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A Goth girl with an attitude problem, Elizabeth Davis must learn to control her anger before it destroys her. 413 more words
She knew it was a lie, but they stepped out into the sunlight together anyways, into the harsh brightness, the unforgiving glare that spun above and watched her all day long, and she didn’t tell him anything, not with the cracked words in the middle of the night, not with a frilled laugh in the daytime, not into his ear while they danced in the poisonous sunlight, the sunlight that never shone to his blinded eyes, that never revealed more than her voice did, that burned his skin without his notice while she danced with him and their shoes got dusty on the sunbaked, solid ground, while it reminded her with every scorching ray that they had lied, that he would never see the truth, that she could never correct this to his failing vision. 48 more words
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Today, I decided to write about one of my favourite books ever: An abundance of Katherines, from John Green. When I heard about John Green I thought it would be amazing to read some of his books. 445 more words
The Impossible Knife of Memory by Laurie Halse Anderson, Viking Books for Young Readers, 2014. ISBN 0670012092
Hayley Kincaid is about to start her senior year of high school and she has just moved back to her father’s hometown. 620 more words