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    The Diary of a Young Girl Anne Frank

    This is an amazing book. It is an easy read, great for a tween. Just reading the preview got me hooked! I definitly think that everyone should read this book. It is one of those books where you get something new and different from it every time you read it. Overall I think that if you are wondering if you should get it, do it!
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    Anne Frank's Diary

    Very interesting story
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    Wow

    This book was surprising. To read, one must have great patience and a slight lack of sensitivity. Herd thoughts and writings are so raw and real, yet so unreal for a teenage girl. Her diction is astonishing and put to good use in beautifully writing her thoughts. You grow so close with Anne and the ending is so abrupt and expected at the same time. I knew how it would end but one must remember that she did not know when she would die, just as we did not know. Unlike most books, Anne does not get to write her final thoughts of fear and agony, she did not have that "luxury", if you will. It really gives you the true feeling of getting so close and not making it. But in a way, she did, didn't she? She is lived on through her words and ability to educate the world on the war from her perspective. She has accomplished her dream of becoming a famous writer/journalist. If you have a strong set of morals and earn to self-educate, this book is a must read for countless reasons.
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    Awesome book

    It makes me sad to read her plans for the future because you already know what's going to happen. ]:
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    Thumbs down

    I didn't like this book. I know the historical significance. I know Anne was a real girl in horrific circumstances. But I didn't enjoy the book and based on what we know about Anne from this book... I didn't like her. I disagree that this is a "must read".
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