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“[Ordinary Girls] belongs on your must-read lists. Díaz is a masterful writer . . . Writing with

refreshing honesty, she talks about despair, depression, love, and hope with such vibrancy that

her vivid portrayal will stay with you long after the final page.― —O: The Oprah Magazine

“Every once in a while, a truly electric debut memoir comes along, and this fall, Ordinary Girls

is it. Itâ€s the story of an ordinary girl; itâ€s the story of all of the extraordinary girls. Díaz is

a skilled writer; the depth of layering is strong, from the details to the larger structures of identity,

white supremacy, colonialism, and brown, queer, and femme resilience and resistance.―—

BuzzFeed “Díaz does not flinch with the hard-hitting details of growing up in communities

that deserve our wholehearted attention. She complicates how we imagine girlhood and offers a

beautiful memoir written with so much love, compassion and intelligence. This book is a necessary

read at a time where the system and the media is so often working against the survival of women

of color. This book burns in the memory and makes one feel all the feelings. A triumph!'—Bustle

(Angie Cruz, author of Dominicana) “A dynamic examination of the power of persistence.―

—Time (Most Anticipated Books of Fall 2019) “Outstanding. A powerful and lyrical comingof-age

story, Ordinary Girls is a candid illustration of shame, despair and violence as well as joy

and triumph. Against a Puerto Rican backdrop, this debut is compassionate, brave and

forgiving.―  —Ms. Magazine “At once heartbreaking and throbbing with life in a rich portrait

that's anything but ordinary.―—Good Housekeeping (The 50 Best Books of 2019 to Add to

Your Reading List) “Thereâ€s a certain ferocity throughout the entirety of Ordinary Girls.

For some of the book, itâ€s humming like a hardworking engine—concealed under the hood,

always present—but then there are moments when it combusts, bursting from the page in such a

way that you, as a reader, have to pause and take a breath. Ordinary Girls is an electrifying, deftlypaced

debut.― —Salon “Diazâ€s resilience and writing abilities are far from ordinary;

sheâ€s an emissary from an experience that many young women have. Listen.―—Refinery29

“A whirlwind memoir. Like Maya Angalouâ€s seminal 1969 memoir I know Why the Caged

Bird Sings before it, Ordinary Girls, is brutally honest in a way that few books dare to be.―—

Bitch “Striking. Díazâ€s story is absolutely breathtaking.―—NBC Latino “A fierce,

unflinching account of ordinary girls leading extraordinary lives.―—Poets & Writers Â

“Every so often you discover a voice that just floors you—or rather, feels like it can bulldoze

something in your very soul. This fall, that voice belongs to Jaquira Díaz.―—The Week

(25 Books to Read in the Second Half of 2019) “In her debut memoir, Jaquira Díaz mines


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