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Original Essays | August 18, 2014

Ian Leslie: IMG Empathic Curiosity



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Twilight (Twilight Saga #1) by Stephenie Meyer
Twilight (Twilight Saga #1)

caulfield_saves, March 30, 2009

i liked this book. it was... interesting. and as far as the others go, im afraid i had to acrry razor blades with me. they were so, painful to read. i dont mean to sound mean, but my goodness, it lost ALL innocence. it went from, amazing love story, to fabio sex. it was just a very annoying expierence. and i have to admit, the movie did it no justice what so ever, in fact if anything, it made me hate this book EVEN more. im sorry, this book, i didnt mid, but the rest of thi series... lize i said, razor blades...
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Messenger by Lois Lowry
Messenger

caulfield_saves, March 30, 2009

this book at first was just a book i started cuz i didnt have another one to read, but as i read the boring text... i came to like it, and to WANT to finish it. by the end i was crying, it is such an amazing book. the ending happens in 2 pages, but they are the best 2 pages i believe i have ever read.
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Stargirl by Jerry Spinelli
Stargirl

caulfield_saves, March 30, 2009

it has been some time since ive read this book, but i have to say, stargirl changed me. she is so sweet, and now, after reading this book, i think about my everyday actions, i actually find myself leaving coins on the ground for toddlers. this is a must read.
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The Catcher in the Rye by J D Salinger
The Catcher in the Rye

caulfield_saves, March 30, 2009

i was young when i read this book, and i had to look everywhere for it, cu my school wouldnt have it at our library, which i find sad, because it is the most amazing and influencial book i have ever read. some people have a problem with the language, the topics, i say, when your a teenager, there is no such thiong as a "problem book" ESPECIALLY when the narrator is a wonderful, holden caulfield.
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