Property Of is the book that launched a major literary career. In it, New York Times best-selling author Alice Hoffman introduces a lonely outsider who wants desperately to belong. She deeply envies the tough, sultry girls who wear mascara and black leather and hang with the local gang known as the Orphans. As the unnamed narrator determinedly tries to become the property of the gang's brooding leader, McKay, she will discover what can and cannot be possessed - and what can happen when you hand your heart over to a man who claims to care nothing about love.
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Not at all what I expected.
I was terribly disappointed with this book. I wasn't expecting the story to be about a 17 year old. I had a hard time believing Alice Hoffman was the author. I think I'll skip over the next few books on her list and hopefully find one that is a good example of the accomplished author whose novels I (mostly) love.
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