Run Shelley Run

Run Shelley Run Shelley was running from the Center for the third time This time she was with Deedee who had begged to go along If they were caught and brought back it would mean Hard Rock Hotel high walls locked

  • Title: Run Shelley Run
  • Author: Gertrude Samuels
  • ISBN: 9780451114433
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • Shelley was running from the Center for the third time This time she was with Deedee, who had begged to go along If they were caught and brought back, it would mean Hard Rock Hotel high walls, locked gates, barred windows, bare cells This hard hitting novel is based on truth Girls like Shelley have histories of running away, or taking drugs, or sleeping around MosShelley was running from the Center for the third time This time she was with Deedee, who had begged to go along If they were caught and brought back, it would mean Hard Rock Hotel high walls, locked gates, barred windows, bare cells This hard hitting novel is based on truth Girls like Shelley have histories of running away, or taking drugs, or sleeping around Most were not criminals not yet Readers will not forget Shelley s fight for the right to self respect and freedom.

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    1 thought on “Run Shelley Run”

    1. Shelley is a girl from a troubled home, named for the English poet Shelley. For various reasons she keeps having to run away from home (mother is an alcoholic, sleazy stepfathers etc). Social services are hot on her heals but aren't able to offer any solutions that really work, and the running away continues. Because she doesn't stay put, Shelley eventually ends up at a young offenders institution where she makes a friend, Deedee, whom she later stays with after being released from juvenile dete [...]

    2. Oh, my gosh. Hilarious and sad, both for the wrong reasons. If my grandmother knew what was in this book, I'm sure she wouldn't have let my aunt read it. (I picked it up off the bookshelf at their house.)

    3. I read this while camping at age 12 and have always remembered it. Recently I spotted the cover at a flea market and picked it up. Reading it again as an adult I realize how risque it was, especially since it was written in the early 1970's. Very gripping subject matter.

    4. One of the great bad-teen young-adult novels of all time. If you liked "Go Ask Alice," this should make you happy, too.

    5. I read this book when I was in middle school and LOVED it. I lost it, but am looking forward to finding a copy and re-reading it again.

    6. Drunk mamas, lecherous stepfathers, creepy truck drivers, hilarious tough-girl talk, moralistic amped-up fear of prison shower lesbians and much, much more!

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