By Janet Gurtler
Morgan isn t extremely joyful to take a summer time task on the neighborhood leisure park. Her great scorching supervisor, Caleb makes it bearable, though...until she will get fired. See, this can be precisely why she prefers to stick domestic and hang around on-line. on-line, nobody ever has to determine her blush or fight to assert simply the proper factor. whilst Morgan s mother will get ill, and confesses in a second of weak spot that Morgan s dad isn't truly useless, Morgan needs to locate the braveness to discover lifestyles outdoors the digital international and pass after her father. She catches a journey from Caleb, the boy who lately fired her from her task and who seems to be an not going best friend. What Morgan discovers forces her to reconsider who she quite is and the way she chooses to narrate to the realm.
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My hands start to shake. Theresa puts her hand on my back and gently pushes me toward the exit. A customer walks in the store then, an old woman wearing a layered dress and an orange cardigan. Adam grabs my hand as I come around the counter and pulls me along, out of the gift shop. “I’ll get you there as fast as I can. You got this, Morgan. indd 52 12/17/13 2:26 PM chapter five T he elevator door opens and I stride through the now-familiar hospital corridor toward my mom’s room. Josh is standing outside in the hallway, stroking his mustache between two fingers.
He could do math in his head in seconds. ” Her eyes focus, and she turns to me. ” Her specialty—the backhanded compliment. Still, I lean forward and will her to continue. My heart beats so fast and loud I feel it in my throat, but if she doesn’t say more about my father, it will stop and I will die. My math comes from him? What else? ” I close my eyes and breathe deeply. No. This isn’t what I want. I don’t want to hear about my faults. I open my eyes. She’s about to have surgery. I shouldn’t upset her.
She grins. ” “Of course he is,” I say. ” I have the secret knowledge now that he’s not as mean as he pretends to be. He narrows his eyes but doesn’t bust me. ” Amy totally misses the nonverbal conversation between Adam and me. “I feel really bad about eating that popcorn. Maybe we could hang out sometime? If you want? ” She glances at me and then back at Adam. ” Amy takes a breath. “So did you want to? ” “Adam has a girlfriend, Amy,” I say to spare her feelings. I glance at Adam, and his cheeks are red.
16 Things I Thought Were True by Janet Gurtler