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cr_harvey94 has commented on (25) products.

The Double Bind by Chris Bohjalian
The Double Bind

cr_harvey94, February 7, 2008

Very good.
A little confusing but I think I get most of it all now.
=] I just finished reading it about ten minutes ago, and couldn't wait to give it a good review.
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Thirteen Reasons Why
Thirteen Reasons Why

cr_harvey94, November 8, 2007

I just got the regular book, and it was really good.
I love the way it happened all in one night, how it felt like i was listening to th tapes myself... I also listened all in one night.

Jay Ashers a great author, and i hope he write some more.
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The Sweet, Terrible, Glorious Year I Truly, Completely Lost It by Lisa Shanahan
The Sweet, Terrible, Glorious Year I Truly, Completely Lost It

cr_harvey94, November 5, 2007

I havn't enjoyed a book this much, ever.
Throughout the book Shanahan throws in these hilarious conversations, that get you laughing so hard, you can't stop.
I picked this book up because the cover was pretty...
yea i know your not supposed to do that, but then of course the title was catchy to.
I'm so glad i bought it. I find myself reading little bits at a time, i don't want to finish it, it's to good.
And i love the dog poo thing she adds, it just makes so much sense...

This books for everyone, it's funny, sweet, sad, and heartwarming, helps you see through the fog.
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Keeping the Moon (Reissue) by Sarah Dessen
Keeping the Moon (Reissue)

cr_harvey94, September 27, 2007

Sarah Dessen is my favorite author, her writings smart, funny, and sweet. All of Dessens books are so good, but there was something about this one that had so much more to it.
Keeping the Moon makes your relize how mean the world is, and how to deal with it.
Colie goes from being way over weight, to having a fitness crazed mom, to being fit herself, but then her reputation changes from fat girl, to slut.
Colie is sent away to stay with her crazy aunt Mira for the summer while her mom goes on some health tour in europe. It seems as if all Colie wants is to be left alone. Soon she is pulled into the Last Change resteraunt, there she meets Sweet Morgan, and not so sweet Isabell. Colie finds herself working there, with them and her Aunts friend Norman, who's a crazy artist. From them she learns how to face the world, and be a strong confident women.
Sarah Dessen is absolutly wonderful, every time i finish one of her books i get chills, and tear, because it's all so deep, and so real.
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Just Like That by Marsha Qualey
Just Like That

cr_harvey94, September 26, 2007

It was okay, could've been deeper. wasn't really a beleiveable story line. I enjoyed it, but not as much as i'd hoped to.
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