High School Diversity - The Clash (second in the high school series)

Rated 5.00/5 based on 2 reviews
Carla can’t seem to come to grips with her life and seems always to be running away from it and in conflict with persons who always tell her what to do. She’s threatened after a minor misunderstanding; she finds herself in a fast car with a drug runner; she saves her romantic rival’s life with a crusty steak knife. In the end she proves that short Hispanic girls can have fun, too.

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About Paul Swearingen

Paul Swearingen is a retired English/journalism/Spanish teacher who managed to survive 34+ years in public, private, and government schools. He also was a radio newsman and disk jockey, a newspaper editor and photographer, a personnel manager for a large retail store (now defunct), and a long-time publisher of the National Radio Club's magazine, "DX News". He lives in Topeka, Kansas, where his main current duty is to keep his garden under close control.

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Karla reviewed on Oct. 16, 2011

Another win! I love Carla and how fast she is on her feet! She was so fun to follow! I am left with the desire to know how the dance went!
(reviewed 4 months after purchase)
Jacki Crump reviewed on Jan. 27, 2011

Swearingen has come up with another hit in the High School series! Carla is an exciting character with all the angst, drama and ppeer pressure of any normal teenage girl. I loved the messages of compromise and acceptance. I can't wait for #3 and more of the fun gang from Niotaka High School!
(reviewed 10 days after purchase)
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