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    Independent Reviewer for Archaeolibrarian - I Dig Good Books! What a sad, tragic story! It was absolutely heart breaking the tragedy she was dealt as such a young age. The author did such a great job writing the story though and dealing with such delicate subject matter. So I applaud her for the way she told the story. Overall, it was a good story. It flowed well and it was a quick read. There wasn’t anything fantastic about the story that kept my attention or made me want to read it. The details and descriptions were good and on par. It felt like the author wanted to gather a group of tragic events; bullying, pregnancy, death, rape, etc. and write about all of them in a book. While I appreciate the way that the author wrote the story and dealt with the subject at hand, but I think it was a bit much for one book. Again, a good read. It wasn’t a letdown read and was good enough while I was reading the story. I can’t say I would chose to read another story by this author though, but every person has their own thoughts on what makes a great book and a re-readable story. I’d suggest to give it a shot if the blurb intrigues you though, you might love it! * A copy of this book was provided to me with no requirements for a review. I voluntarily read this book, and the comments here are my honest opinion. *

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