So Much to Tell You Summary & Study Guide

John Marsden (writer)
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So Much to Tell You is John Marsden's first novel. Published in 1987, it became an instant success. Marsden is an educator and focuses on writing about teenagers, although the themes in his books apply to all of us.

So Much to Tell You is based on the true story of Marina, a young girl whose face was permanently damaged in an incident for which her father is responsible. After the incident, Marina retreats into silence, first in the hospital and then at her boarding school.

A teacher at the school assigns his students the task of writing a daily diary and the novel So Much to Tell You is presented as Marina's diary entries. Though at first she is reticent to share and is distrustful of everyone, Marina's writing chronicles her inside world and her journey towards healing. The diary also tracks Marina's changing feelings towards her father and herself.

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