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Kevin Werth Werth từ Ulyun, Buryatiya Republits, Nga, 671601 từ Ulyun, Buryatiya Republits, Nga, 671601

Người đọc Kevin Werth Werth từ Ulyun, Buryatiya Republits, Nga, 671601

Kevin Werth Werth từ Ulyun, Buryatiya Republits, Nga, 671601

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Tôi đã nghĩ rằng cuốn sách này sẽ là một cuốn sách thông minh, thú vị như một lời giải thích cho sự phổ biến rộng rãi của nó ở những học sinh cấp hai. Nó không phải là những điều này, tuy nhiên. Tôi thậm chí không biết nếu đọc nó khi tôi học cấp hai sẽ giúp tôi thích nó hơn.

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Definitely a book for young adults. I loved it, but I know I would have really enjoyed it when I was younger. It’s about a girl about 17 named Mclean, and after her mother starts dating the coach of the team her and her dad love, her parents’ divorce, and next thing she knows her mom is married. She chooses to live with her Dad who moves all the time for work, saving restaurants or closing them. In the last 2 years of high school she has been to over 4 high schools, each time picking who she wants to be, from drama girl, to student council representative. For the first time, she finds that she doesn’t pick who she is, rather others pick her, and the one thing she always tried to avoid happened, attachments. She now discovers a desire to be herself, whoever that is, and with the help of the boy next door, and real friends, she finds out. Sarah does such a good job of showing young readers about the importance of relationships and that knowing who you are first is key in understanding how others work. McLean begins to stop blaming those around her for what they have done to her, but learns to see the things they have done, because they love her. Not all relationships can last, like that of her parents, but she doesn’t have to pick sides, she can be herself and not be who other want her to be. Her parents make a lot of mistakes, and I would recommend this book to parents as well, to get an understanding of how their kids think. In the end it’s her friends and Dave, the boy next door, who unlock who McLean is.