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Positive (Buy)

This is the type of book that affects you and you may very well read more than once in your lifetime.

Mixed (Borrow)

The book is worth spending some time with. It may not be the best thing you may ever read, but for those who like to read it is something to put on your reading list.

Negative (Avoid)

Honestly, expect this rating rarely for if I don't finish the book I'm unlikely to rate it. However, if I do somehow finish it and you see this rating, know it likely took me months, if not more than a year to finish the book. Meaning you may have a problem sticking with it faithfully.

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Rabbit: The Autobiography of Ms. Pat – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)

Rabbit can be seen as the story behinds the jokes. Ms. Pat stripping away the punch lines and solely getting to the facts.

Hurry Down Sunshine [Book Review] – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview A father learns to adapt, as he has before, to a family member, in this...

Recovery Road: Parts 7 to 9 [End of Book] – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Overview Part 7 features a stumble for Maddie, but not her outright falling. Though with her...

All The Ugly and Wonderful Things: Part 5 [End of Book] – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

And so we come to the end and it is filled with a lot of...

Everything, Everything (Book Review) – Overview/ Review (with Spoilers)

Everything, Everything is similar to Recovery Road in terms of format. It is setup like a diary, though unlike Recovery Road it has pictures, and each would be chapter is short. However, with a movie coming up this August, starring Amandla Stenberg and Anika Noni Rose, you know I couldn’t resist. Though, let me tell you, this is by no means the best YA novel I’ve ever read.

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