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  • Reviews > Book Reviews
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    When 17-year-old Lucy Larson meets Jude Ryder, her life is turned perfectly upside down. Well, more so than it was already. Her mother is a workaholic who hasn’t had a real conversation with Lucy in years. Her father has checked out of his life and survives only to cook dinner every night. The fam...
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    Samantha Kingston is perfect, really. She’s popular and she makes sure everyone knows it. She and her three best friends hold court over their high school; they get the best parking spots, wear the most desirable clothes, and they always get the most roses on Cupid Day, the school event which labe...
  • Opinion > Social Issues / Civics
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    Truth is… Teenage guys look like they just pooped their pants. People don’t respect anyone besides themselves. Our population is overweight. Teenage girls look 24 instead of 14. We are falling behind as a country in education. Kids commit suicide daily because they are gay, lesbian, bisexu...
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    “Taking the kids from our districts, forcing them to kill one another while we watch – this is the Capitol's way of reminding us how totally we are at their mercy. Whatever words they use, the real message is clear. "Look how we take your children and sacrifice them and there's no...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    My dog is my comfort. My dog is Jessie, a tiny little black lab that my family ‘adopted’ about a year after our 100 pound lab Hannah died. My family got Jessie when I was 7, and since I was in a ‘The Boxcar Children’ stage, we named her Jessie after one of the sisters in the story. I wanted ...
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    ‘And so the lion fell in love with the lamb’. This is basically the easiest way to sum up ‘Twilight’. Bella is just your usual uncoordinated and rather awkward teenager. Moving to Forks, Washington, where the sun is barely ever shining, was a big change from sunny Arizona. At school all of t...
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    At one point, we were proclaimed friends for ever But now we never talk, never phone, would never think about being alone, just the two of us talking. You've spread rumors about me, called me a geek, whispered behind me that I was just someone that you played, that you were using. S...
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    Another mind-blowing hit by Grisham! The Confession is an enthralling story of Travis Boyette and Keith Schroeder and their race against time to save an innocent man. Keith Schroeder is a reverend in Kansas, happily married with three boys. One chilly day, Travis Boyette walks into his office, to ...
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    'Bag of Bones' by Stephen King is a very intense novel. Mike Noonan is a second rate author, never making it higher than the top 15. When his wife, Johanna, dies suddenly and unexpectedly, he is devastated. Especially so after he finds out that she was pregnant; something they had been try...
  • Nonfiction > All Nonfiction
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    Sometimes, things don’t turn out exactly as you imagined. Like when good books are made into movies. Very rarely, movies do turn out better then the books. But most of the time, I have to say that the books are just better because they have more detail, reading is good for your mind, and the reade...
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    If god were real, he would be helping me right now. As it was, I was about to die and no one would probably ever know why or where. Maybe I’d never even be found. I didn’t know the man who was keeping me here, but I was almost positive I wouldn’t be getting free any time soon because he was to...
  • Nonfiction > Personal Experience
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    Dear Ex; Sorry. I just lied. You are not dear to me. You were. And then you ruined it. In the beginning, it was almost love. You talked to me, you gave me gifts, you lamely attempted to comfort me. It was sweet. You befriended my brother, who knows if you were using him to get to me or if it ...
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    As I write this, it's Christmas. This year, as it is every year, Christmas for my extended family magically ended up being at my house. Seeing as I'm only 14, I really had no choice in it and wouldn't have volunteered to have it at my house. Frankly, it's far too much work. The...
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    A lot of books for young adults are very…incomplex. Simple, even. But ‘Thirteen Reasons Why’ is not one of those books. It all starts when a boy named Clay receives a set of mysterious cassettes. When he begins to listen to them, he realizes that the voice is from a classmate of his that recen...
  • Hot Topics > What Matters
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    Lately, a lot of stuff has been going on with allowing same sex marriages and also polygamist marriages. In my opinion, this kind of debate is ridiculous! Why would it be wrong for anyone to love another person, no matter if they are the same sex or not? It's not like people in these relationsh...

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