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Set in rural Montana within the early Nineteen Nineties, emily m. danforth’s The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a strong and broadly acclaimed YA coming-of-age novel within the culture of the vintage Annie on My Mind.
Cameron put up feels a mixture of guilt and reduction while her mom and dad die in a motor vehicle twist of fate. Their deaths suggest they're going to by no means examine the reality she finally comes to—that she's homosexual. Orphaned, Cameron involves reside along with her outdated grandmother and ultraconservative aunt Ruth. There she falls in love along with her ally, a stunning cowgirl. whilst she’s ultimately outed, her aunt sends her to God’s Promise, a non secular conversion camp that's alleged to “cure” her homosexuality. on the camp, Cameron comes head to head with the price of denying her real identity.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a beautiful and provocative literary debut that used to be a finalist for the YALSA Morris Award and used to be named to varied “best” lists.

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Isn’t this great out right here? ’ Ruth requested. “All this clean air. ” “We’re very blessed to have those grounds,” Rick acknowledged. “We make sturdy use of them, huh, Jane? ” “Indubitably,” Jane acknowledged. “It’s a gorgeous position, it relatively is,” Ruth stated. “But i guess . . . ” She regarded up at me. I regarded correct backpedal at her, attempting to exhibit not anything, similar to Jane. no one stated whatever for many seconds. Then Rick requested, “You’ve obtained a protracted force sooner than you? ” He didn’t say what a few adults may have—Your aunt has a protracted force sooner than her, Cameron—to scold me, to make some degree, to again up Ruth. He can have, yet he didn’t. “I do,” Ruth acknowledged. “Though I’m simply going to Billings this night. i've got a Sally-Q social gathering there day after today afternoon. ” She defined Sally-Q to him whereas Jane and that i stood up, brushed away the straw caught to us. Rick pretended to have an interest in what Ruth used to be announcing approximately instruments for ladies. or even he wasn’t pretending in any respect. on the ladder, as she was once maneuvering her leg onto the pinnacle rung, Jane stated to me, quietly, “You’re unlikely to consider any larger if you’re wretched to her as she’s leaving. ” “How have you learnt what I’ll suppose like? ” “I comprehend complete bunches of things,” Jane acknowledged. “And that i do know. ” This used to be our goodbye: out, by myself, subsequent to the FM, the breeze down from the mountains nonetheless cool and highly spiced, the sunlight nonetheless scorching, glinting off the white paint of the hood, Ruth hugging me tight, already crying a bit, and me with my fingers shoved in my wallet, refusing to hug her again. “Rick and that i pointed out this anger you have got towards me,” Ruth acknowledged into my neck. “You have loads anger in you. ” I acknowledged not anything. “The worst factor i'll almost certainly do right away is hand over on you simply because I allow your anger get to me. I won’t do this to you, Cammie. i do know that you just can’t see it now, yet that might be the negative factor to do. now not bringing you right here; giving up on you. ” I nonetheless didn’t say something. Ruth placed one among her fingers on each one of my shoulders and driven again from me, held me at arm’s size in entrance of her. “I won’t do this to you. Your anger with me won’t swap my brain. and that i won’t do this on your mom and dad’ reminiscence, both. ” I jerked out from below her grip and stepped again. “Don’t speak about my parents,” I acknowledged. “My mom and dad might by no means ship me to a fucked-up position like this. ” “I have a duty you can’t comprehend, Cameron,” Ruth stated, protecting her voice point and calm. after which, extra quietly, she acknowledged, “And to be transparent, you don’t recognize every thing there's to grasp approximately your ma and pa and what they’d wish for you. I knew them either for a far longer time than you probably did. Can’t you even contemplate for a minute that this can be precisely what they'd do during this state of affairs? ” What she acknowledged wasn’t any profound factor, however it landed on me like a soccer take on all of the comparable. It used to be simply where to hit me to make me consider susceptible and silly and in charge, and such a lot of all, afraid, simply because she was once correct: I didn’t recognize a lot in any respect in regards to the humans my mom and dad have been. not likely. And Ruth had known as me on it, eventually, and that i hated her for doing it.

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