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Dani Jones has commented on (2) products.

The Fault in Our Stars by John Green
The Fault in Our Stars

Dani Jones, January 1, 2013

It's hard to go wrong with John Green.
You would think that a book that's about teenagers with cancer would be nothing but a downer, but in this case, you would be so wrong. there is so much humor, adventure, and love in this story. Hazel and Augustus feel so real. They're not YA-lit stereotypes of hollow, unreal people. They have flaws and problems (CANCER, for goodness sake), and they grow as people through out the story. They meet in a Cancer Kids support group, but that's only the beginning. I literally could not put this book down. I read it straight through after I got it, and it was so very good. I have recommended this book to everyone I could. I've given it as a gift. I've talked about it more than any other thing I read this past year. It sticks with you. The Fault in Our Stars is truly a great piece of work. Okay? Okay.
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Hark! A Vagrant by Kate Beaton
Hark! A Vagrant

Dani Jones, August 4, 2012

In the world of web comics, Kate Beaton is a definite stand out. Her takes on history, literature, and pop culture are witty, clever, and above all else- hilarious! Her comics have the perfect mixture of smarts and silliness. She does a little bit of something for everyone. In her comics you'll find historical figures, story book characters, superheroes, fat ponies, butts, normal people, and lazy mystery solving teens! Honestly, there's a comic for every occasion. If I was still a kid, I'd say I wanted to be Kate Beaton when I grow up, but seeing as that's not the case, I'd love to be her friend. Maybe some of her sheer awesomeness would rub off on me.
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