Diva

Diva

Book - 2006
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Caitlin first appeared in the acclaimed Breathing Underwater and now tells her own story of moving onward and upward to Diva-dom.
Publisher: New York : HarperTeen ; HarperTempest, c2006.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780060568436
0060568437
9780060568450
0060568453
9780060568467
Branch Call Number: Fic
Characteristics: 263 p. ; 22 cm.

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nkontrol Apr 09, 2013

I would read it again. It was well written.

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tayli170
Oct 19, 2012

Dysfunctional single mom having an affair with a married guy, severely messed-up diva who loves opera. Diva's gay crush. (The crush is gay, not the diva.) Mix and take cover.

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WendyGD
Feb 24, 2012

I didn't realize until after I read this that it is a sequel to "Breathing Underwater." It is fine as a stand-alone book.

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meviousmaddie
Dec 31, 2010

I was originally introduced to Alex Flinn several years ago with "Beastly," a great twist on a fairytale and decided to check some of her other works out. Diva was not a disappointment.
The plot is well structured and Caitlin was a likeable main character. But more importantly, Diva was a real eyeopener for me. I never really thought about opera before and it was low on my list... After Flinn introduced me a little better, I decided to go out a see an opera -- Amazing!

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WendyGD
Feb 24, 2012

Sexual Content: No sexual content is described in this book, but a main character is known for "slutty" behavior (which is looked down on), and another main character is gay (which is accepted).

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