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July 20, 2017
By Milea, Woodlynn Dr, Pennsylvania
Milea, Woodlynn Dr, Pennsylvania
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In the prologue, it lets you into the mind of Marie as she reaches the possible last moments of her life. It displays the pain of a suicidal teen very well. In the main chapters, it gives you two scenarios: Aurora's life with her and without her. If the suicide was successful, it shows the difference in Aurora's character, how she acquired the pain. On the other half, if the suicide wasn't successful, the story shows Aurora's life with Marie. It shows the strengthening bond between Aurora and Marie, and a few other people around her. One half actually happened and the other is what I am sure would have happened, but as the author I will not reveal what actually happened.



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