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  • beachbreeze16
    beachbreeze16 replied to a comment in
    My mom loves black licorice, especially Good N Plenty candy! I'm afraid i can't stand it, though, haha
    About 11 hours ago
  • beachbreeze16
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    1. definitely go to sleep early and wake up refreshed (I'm usually in bed by 10, asleep by 10:45, and awake by 7:15, what about you guys?)
    About 11 hours ago
  • beachbreeze16
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    Happy birthday (a little late)!!! I have never heard of pop its but now I am going to look them up!
    About 11 hours ago
  • beachbreeze16
    beachbreeze16 replied to a comment in
    1. my mom and i both have curved pinky toes on both feet! 2. almost every morning :) 3. Probably like your avatar, right? with brown hair? 4. nope hahaha 5. one bff plus my cousin who is my bff in the family :)
    About 11 hours ago
  • girlpower4ever
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    About 14 hours ago
  • girlpower4ever
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    Probably offense! Always being on defense could get tiring.
    About 14 hours ago
  • girlpower4ever
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    1. The Hunger Games 2. National Geographic 3. Harry Potter 4. Turtles All the Way Down 5. Me!
    About 14 hours ago
  • girlpower4ever
    girlpower4ever's book review was featured in We Were Liars.
    We Were Liars is fascinating. The writing style is very concise, and while there is fabulous description of the island that the Sinclairs occupy every summer, there's also an underlying eerie note that makes it all the more interesting to read about. The setting seems intricately real, what with the shimmering waters and the seashells and ice cream. Cadence, Mirren, Johnny, and Gat are easily distinguishable and entertaining. The gradual family tension among the Sinclairs is well-developed, and the plot twist at the end had me reeling. However, I definitely didn't like this book right from the start. The writing is a bit peculiar and jerky at times, and Cadence (who narrates the story) seemed quite whiny. I did warm up to the novel once more problems were woven into the plot. Sometimes, though, there was a weird feeling, as if these problems weren't as big as they really were. For example, the twist at the end was executed in an almost anticlimactic way. It's sort of just...confusion for a few chapters or so. Once I understood, though, I really liked the ending. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book as a lighter read, though I did have a few problems with it. The descriptions are marvelous and the overall idea is very unique.
    About 14 hours ago
  • girlpower4ever
    girlpower4ever added a book review.
    We Were Liars is fascinating. The writing style is very concise, and while there is fabulous description of the island that the Sinclairs occupy every summer, there's also an underlying eerie note that makes it all the more interesting to read about. The setting seems intricately real, what with the shimmering waters and the seashells and ice cream. Cadence, Mirren, Johnny, and Gat are easily distinguishable and entertaining. The gradual family tension among the Sinclairs is well-developed, and the plot twist at the end had me reeling. However, I definitely didn't like this book right from the start. The writing is a bit peculiar and jerky at times, and Cadence (who narrates the story) seemed quite whiny. I did warm up to the novel once more problems were woven into the plot. Sometimes, though, there was a weird feeling, as if these problems weren't as big as they really were. For example, the twist at the end was executed in an almost anticlimactic way. It's sort of just...confusion for a few chapters or so. Once I understood, though, I really liked the ending. Overall, I would definitely recommend this book as a lighter read, though I did have a few problems with it. The descriptions are marvelous and the overall idea is very unique.
    About 14 hours ago
  • girlpower4ever
    girlpower4ever's book review was featured in All the Bright Places.
    Lovely. I didn't take much of a liking to this book at first—I thought it to be a badly-disguised replica of John Green's Fault in Our Stars, what with the quirky, star-crossed characters who had mental illnesses. Theodore Finch resembles Green's character Augustus Waters in an unbecoming way, which made it irritating to be in his head, and Violet seemed very bland and one-dimensional. However, the novel absolutely got better as it progressed. The way Violet and Finch's relationship developed wasn't irksome at all (a rarity for me with these types of books), and I loved reading about the other characters as well as Violet's ideas for her magazine. I will say that the ending wasn't shocking, but I did cry when I was reading about it. It was written wonderfully, and I feel so proud of Violet, this character who's nothing more than a girl on a page—who I thought to be bland, no less—because of how she dealt with it. An important message executed in a commanding way.
    About 14 hours ago

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