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    One of my favourite books by Jodi!!

    I highly recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good read!! Awesome and truly powerful novel!!!!!!
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    Life

    This story is raw, real and emotional. The beauty of the story was told through our many imperfections as humans.
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    Harvesting the Heart

    Liked it. Though I hate when you have to create your own ending.
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    Nicholas has pedophilic tendencaies

    Paige is very selfish and its frustrating the whole time how she can’t see what she’s repeatedly done wrong, but the worst character by FAR is Nicholas. In the beginning, he was SO. CREEPY. The entire beginning of the book while he’s humblebragging and going on and on about how young Paige is; “she can’t be a day over 15!” And how her skin was still “soft and milky, like a childs.” He even called her a “child-woman” and got very possessive about her virginity, and how he wanted to be the only man to ever sleep with her. He said so many things when he met Paige that would warrant a visit from Chris Hansen, and I don’t even think the author noticed them. It made me dislike him straight away, and then I couldn’t even fathom enjoying the rest of the book, because it was all me just praying that Paige would get away from this creepy creepy posessive man, nothing the author said or did redeemed him in my eyes after that first meeting.
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