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kayla_joy_fernandez has commented on (9) products.

A Stolen Life: A Memoir by Jaycee Dugard
A Stolen Life: A Memoir

kayla_joy_fernandez, August 7, 2011

im a sucker for all types of biographies. i was so inspired by this one in particular because of the mere courage the victim jaycee dugard had in order to write this book. good read!
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A Walk to Remember by Nicholas Sparks
A Walk to Remember

kayla_joy_fernandez, March 5, 2010

Nicholas sparks a walk to remember was a compelling love story that was filled with un-denying love found in the most suprizing person.
the story-line was creative and relatable.
my favorite part was the beginning/prologue and i couldnt help but be a bit dissapointed with the middle majority of the book.
never-the-less it was a lovely story great for anyone who is up for a good read.
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Glass by Ellen Hopkins
Glass

kayla_joy_fernandez, January 4, 2010

the conclusion act of Hopkin's Crank was (yet another) tragic ending. the book was a bit of a dissapointment for me only because the tragic events seemed to be eternally accumulating. the plot seemed to be lost. i probably would have like Crank better if i would not have read Glass. None-the-less i am a Hopkins fan and enjoyed the read.
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Thirteen Reasons Why by Jay Asher
Thirteen Reasons Why

kayla_joy_fernandez, January 4, 2010

thriteen reasons why was a insightful book good for anyone 12 and up. its compelling story plot leaves you intrested chapter to chapter. Ashers creative story-line is wonderful however, i think if another author were to write about the same story-line they probably could have done better.
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Speak by Laurie Halse Anderson
Speak

kayla_joy_fernandez, January 4, 2010

Speak is a perfect book for someone to get lost in another persons world. though Speak is Andersons most popular book i do not think it was her best.
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