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    The hate u give

    Wonderful book. Great characters. Couldn't put it down!! Thanks for opening my eyes.
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    Love is strength

    A story of a young girl that has seen more sadness and dealt with more fear than one person should see in a lifetime. Yet she finds the strength to stand up to those that would hold her down. Never leave anything unsaid and never forget to tell someone you love them.
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    I CRIED ON AN AIRPLANE

    I waited too long to read this. I don't even know why I read it. It was recommended by so many reputable sources. My emotions are all over this book. Just everywhere. If you are a crier, you will cry a lot. All of the tears will be on your face and your kobo. (But at least if you read the ebook version, you don't get those weird ridges on the pages of your book, amirite?) Starr is wonderfully emotional and mature, and seeing her journey to understanding her place in the world and how she fits into her family, her school, and society as a whole in a narrative that is so pertinent in this time of endless violent news stories gives access to a story that is so often not told. This story needs to be told, and this book needs to be shared, and I realize that it has a lot of things that could get it on a banned books list, but bully for that because banning something is a great way to get people to want to experience that thing.
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    I get it

    I couldn't put it down. I hope to never know what Starr went through, but I have an understanding more than ever. The struggles of both worlds and teenage years, definitely resonated. It's the most human words I have ever read.
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    Important book

    the story is one eveybody should read. Well written. I often recomend this book to people. It is thought provoking to say the least.
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