REVIEW: Vinnie’s Diner by Jennifer AlLee


An accident on the highway puts Allie in a life and death situation.  She is given the chance to review her life through the eyes of Vinnie and a mysterious stranger.  Vinnie takes her to the diner near the crash site and encourages Allie to sort through her personal history.  Meanwhile, Allie must face her past and make important decisions about her future.  For a twenty-something woman, she has a lot of history.  She has a rough relationship with her mother and that needs to be examined and understood here, too.  Will Allie choose the right path?  Will she make the easy choice?

Thanks to Abingdon Press for providing me a copy to review in my own words.

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