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    cookies345 wants to read this book.
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    cookies345is now following mangoday23.
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    cookies345 added a new comment in
    I would absolutely LOVE to win this book! It seems very interesting and has a summary that makes this story seem really cool and exciting to read. I like to read books like these that seem mysterious yet adventurous at the same time, and this one seems perfect for my taste. I enjoy reading all sorts of books, but this one seems a bit more interesting than any other books I've read in the past. :) It would be totally awesome to win this book!!
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    Even by just reading the summary that you've provided, this books sounds like a very great and touching story. Even though I can't exactly relate to Liam and his issues with his family, I love reading stories about characters that still push on and continue to go on with their daily lives no matter how tough the situation they're in may be. It's very inspiring to read stories like these, which is why getting a chance to read this book interests me so much. The main character is younger than I am, but he seems to have a much more difficult life, and I think that would be a very great opportunity to see how he deals with his problems. Besides, I think it's time I start reading different types of books, that are a little bit more realistic lol. Thank you Dogobooks for adding this as a book for a giveaway! :)
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    Another National Geographic Kids book as a giveaway! How awesome! I absolutely LOVE these types of books. I really enjoy reading National Geographic Kids because the images are so fascinating, the stories are so interesting, and the books are very simply to understand. I have never read a book that contains so many different topics about our planet, which is pretty amazing. If I got a chance to read this book, I would be very happy and grateful. I have read National Geographic Kids books in the past, and they are just great books to read. I've learned so much cool information from these types of books, and I would love to read more! :)
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    cookies345 added a book review.
    I've been reading these books ever since they were first released (I was probably in fourth grade) and Nikki used to be WAY older than me. Now we're like the same age. The only thing that bothers me is this series is that it's too slow-paced, and I'm getting tired of reading a series in which the books just repeat the same process: The mean girl causes a problem, and Nikki and her friends resolve it at the end. Am I right here? Rachel Renee Russell, the author, has new ideas for what the story will be about, like a talent show or an ice-skating show, etc., but the basic plot never changes and it gets old. Or at least for me.
    Over 4 years ago
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    By Rachel Renée Russell
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    I totally understand what you mean, but I believe that there are some things that can't be forgiven. Caleb didn't care if Tris died in Insurgent, he actually had the guts to take his OWN SISTER to her execution for no apparent reason. That's why I think it was stupid of her to sacrifice herself for him. She still loved him, but did he really love her? Obviously, he didn't have enough love towards her to try and stop her from sacrificing herself for him. If Caleb had done more to stop Tris at the very last minute, even with her pointing a gun at him and threatening to shoot him if he tried to stop her, it would have really shown how much he cared for her if he didn't let her go anyway. Even if she did end up going, just the fact that he would in no way let her go because of how much he loved her would make her sacrifice much more meaningful. Instead of seeing her action as selfless, I view it as selfish. She believed that her parents would have been proud, but what about all the people she left behind? Tobias, who spent so much time trying to keep her safe and to stop her from risking her life at every opportunity. Christina, who had already lost all the people she cared so much about (Will, Uriah, Al, etc.) and who Tris had made a promise to in Allegiant to never leave her side. Caleb, even though he was the reason for her death. Now, he was the only one alive in his family. I'm sorry for leaving such a long comment lol, but I just don't think Tris had any reason to forgive Caleb. The way he betrayed her and their family was just unforgivable and I don't think their parents would be proud of her sacrifice. All Caleb cared about was being forgiven so that he could move on with his life. Or at least that's how I see it.
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    Allegiant was the worst book of the trilogy. Why was the plot so complex?
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