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    AMAZING

    This book is amazing I Love it . The ideas are so clear that it makes it so much easier to understand.
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    BEST BOOK!!

    This book had it's ups and downs but it was like riding a rollercoaster. Gayle Forman wrote yet another beautiful novel that is thrilling, heart-warming, and full of relationship and friendship. I definately recommend this book to teens (especially if you like "the fault in our stars" and "if i stay").
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    Could have been stronger sans romance!

    It wasn't until I read the author's note at the end about basing her story off of a real person named Suzy Gonzalez when I felt the impact of this story. I wished that it stayed completely revolved around the relationship between Cody and Meg-- the added romance from Ben was like ripping Adam from If I Stay and putting him in a new town with a new love interest. It felt forced, akward, and unecessary. BUT (and this is a big but) I found the idea of tracking down the man behind the screen at the suicide "support group" to be completely fascinating. And, to read at the end that support groups like this truly do exist and helped a real person decide to take their own life makes this story so much more important. The romance made it feel trite and the story could have shined without it. I WAS HERE would have been NO DOUBT a five star book for me without it. Cody was strong enough to be on her own, but I felt like the publisher said "Gayle Forman does tragic romance, let's throw in another hot guitar player."
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    I was here.

    This is an excellent story of closure after tragedy...of finding yourself and making new friends along the way. It seems cliche to say i laughed....i cried...but its true. Cody receives a disturbing email from her best friend...meg, someone she thought she knew well....but as her journey takes her on new adventures in the search for closure....she discovers she didn't know meg as well as she thought. Does cody find closure with her loss?....read this page turner to find out
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    Life

    This book really put things into perspective of what people who deal with depression really think. There r so many teens out there and adults who suffer from some sort of depression. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants a better understanding of depression.
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