Emma is angry. She’s angry at her siblings, who she always has to baby sit; her parents, who are divorcing and ruining her life in the process; and herself for not measuring up to anyone’s standards, not even her own.
With her simmering feelings ready to spill over at any time, Emma's self-worth plummets. Her faith in God is tested in the face of overwhelming hurt that threatens to send her over the edge. Can she turn back in time?
Angry is compelling and heart-wrenching. Laura Smith grabs your attention and has it throughout the entirety of the book. As Emma goes through hard times, you feel for her as if it were you back in high school. --UP Magazine editor Kelci House
Smith writes as if she remembers her own teenage years, nailing the social drama, academic responisbilites and turbulent emotions of youth right on the head. --TotallyHer.com writer Melissa J. Carswell
Laura L. Smith writes of a very familiar experience; life falling apart and falling back together with God's love and forgiveness. --Miami University student Amanda Tullis
Emotion, familiarity and faith in Angry capture your attention to a point where you feel as if you are Emma, her anger is your anger, her struggles are your struggles, and her relief is your relief. --University student Olivia Krawczyk
Laura Smith's books are about every day life! --High School student, Brianna Nixon