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    katherinec's book review was featured in The Old Man and the Sea.
    I think the book The Old Man and The Sea is a very interesting book as it tells the story of struggle between wanting something, but at the sametime doesn’t want to hurt it. The old man went on a journal to hunt the biggest fish, throughout his journey, he came across different kind of difficulties and realizations. I like this book because it gives a feeling of both loneliness and the at the sametime mysteriousness of the magic power of sea. The best part is that the old man's words are often really deep that you need to think over, and I really like the feeling of the way it was written. It also gives a feeling of the calmness when you stare at the sea. I recommend students in 3rd or 4th grade to read it, but I think even if you are a high school student, this book will be interesting to you too.
    Almost 4 years ago
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    I think the book The Old Man and The Sea is a very interesting book as it tells the story of struggle between wanting something, but at the sametime doesn’t want to hurt it. The old man went on a journal to hunt the biggest fish, throughout his journey, he came across different kind of difficulties and realizations. I like this book because it gives a feeling of both loneliness and the at the sametime mysteriousness of the magic power of sea. The best part is that the old man's words are often really deep that you need to think over, and I really like the feeling of the way it was written. It also gives a feeling of the calmness when you stare at the sea. I recommend students in 3rd or 4th grade to read it, but I think even if you are a high school student, this book will be interesting to you too.
    Almost 4 years ago
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    Almost 4 years ago
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    katherinec's book review was featured in It's Kind of a Funny Story: A Novel.
    I think this is one of the books I read that I am willing to spend extra time to reread. This book is just really interesting and wonderful to read when you have spare time. This book is about a smart young teenager, Craig Gilner who faced depression and suicidal thoughts. He was stressed about grades and relationships where he eventually checked himself into a mental health clinic. In there, he met people who would change his life. It is amazing to see how he changed from a depressed kid, to a person who crave for live. Especially the ending just made my whole day cheer up. It started off by telling how he thought, and the problem of him couldn't really fit in the community, but as the story goes, it became interesting by telling and giving his interaction with other people. I think this book really made me want to reread it because it just addressed a teenage problem that anyone could face yet, it described the book in a brilliant way. I would recommand this book to anyone around 7th grade. I think this is a perfect age for them to read this book.
    About 4 years ago
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    I think this is one of the books I read that I am willing to spend extra time to reread. This book is just really interesting and wonderful to read when you have spare time. This book is about a smart young teenager, Craig Gilner who faced depression and suicidal thoughts. He was stressed about grades and relationships where he eventually checked himself into a mental health clinic. In there, he met people who would change his life. It is amazing to see how he changed from a depressed kid, to a person who crave for live. Especially the ending just made my whole day cheer up. It started off by telling how he thought, and the problem of him couldn't really fit in the community, but as the story goes, it became interesting by telling and giving his interaction with other people. I think this book really made me want to reread it because it just addressed a teenage problem that anyone could face yet, it described the book in a brilliant way. I would recommand this book to anyone around 7th grade. I think this is a perfect age for them to read this book.
    About 4 years ago
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    About 4 years ago
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    katherinec's book review was featured in Go ask Alice.
    I think this book writes in a interesting way while it teaches us a life lesson by expressing in diary form. Throughout the whole book, it brought the reader's attention by giving us enough details. while changing the setting so fast that you don't really know what has happen in between. It is basically talking about a teen girl once believed she have the best life she can ever get. Until she drink a coke that has drug. Her life changed after since then. She couldn't keep herself from addicting to drug. She once did decide to change, and start over. After self struggling and series of therapy and going through different kind of hospital, she finally managed to keep herself stop falling for drugs and self harm. My opinion on this book is that it is absolutely real. The events and things that are descrbed in the story shows how the addiction would go. After reading this book, I sort of found out how scary is these drug can really affect a person's life. It is interesting because it gives you a close look on what their life could be and things that they could go through. It is also heartbreaking to think that there is thousands of teenage kids who could go through things that are similar. I would definitly suggest this book to 8th grade and above. I would definitly not recommand this book to 7th grade or under becuase this topic may be a little adult, and also it contains words and phrases that are censored for children.
    About 4 years ago
  • katherinec
    katherinec added a book review.
    I think this book writes in a interesting way while it teaches us a life lesson by expressing in diary form. Throughout the whole book, it brought the reader's attention by giving us enough details. while changing the setting so fast that you don't really know what has happen in between. It is basically talking about a teen girl once believed she have the best life she can ever get. Until she drink a coke that has drug. Her life changed after since then. She couldn't keep herself from addicting to drug. She once did decide to change, and start over. After self struggling and series of therapy and going through different kind of hospital, she finally managed to keep herself stop falling for drugs and self harm. My opinion on this book is that it is absolutely real. The events and things that are descrbed in the story shows how the addiction would go. After reading this book, I sort of found out how scary is these drug can really affect a person's life. It is interesting because it gives you a close look on what their life could be and things that they could go through. It is also heartbreaking to think that there is thousands of teenage kids who could go through things that are similar. I would definitly suggest this book to 8th grade and above. I would definitly not recommand this book to 7th grade or under becuase this topic may be a little adult, and also it contains words and phrases that are censored for children.
    About 4 years ago

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