Girls on the Line review by T@sh@118
Girls on the Line
by Jennie Liu
Age Range - 12 and up
Genre - Fiction
Five Star Award

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Age at time of review - 14
Reviewer's Location - South Riding, Virginia, United States
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Girls on the Line is about two girls who live in China. They are from the orphanage, and upon turing sixteen, they age out of the system. Luli needs to start working, and her friend, Yun, has already been working at a factory, so she helps her get a job there. Since they are about sixteen years old, they have to start working. Most of the kids have to work to give money to their families. Two of the girls are from an orphanage, and once they turn sixteen, they age out of the system. Yun has a boyfriend that her friends aren't happy about because they think he's a bridge trafficker. Soon Yun finds out that she's pregnant. Her options are kill the baby, give it to the orphanage, or try to take care of it with the little money she makes.

Opinion: 

I liked Girls on the Line because the story was really interesting. It was interesting because each chapter had its own point of view from the main characters. This book was my first book that had language, so this book is definitely for teens. The storyline was nice because it did make me wonder what was going to happen next.

Rating:
5
Content Rating:

Content rating - some mature content

Explain your content rating: 

Most of the words are not for little kids. What it describes is not for kids to learn at a young age. It is written for teens.
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