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    This was a good book. It definitely delivered good messages to its readers. The story is about a girl who claims she was raped at a party, but nobody believes her. Almost everyone sides with the popular jock boys (even some of the adults!) because they believe that the girl in question was asking for it by the way she dressed/acted. This idea is absolutely ridiculous. I can’t believe people would take the side of the accused over the complainant in a case such as this, no matter how “slutty” the girl dresses. This book says it’s inspired by real events. I’m left wondering which parts happened and which are fiction. I work in a law office and I know how delicately sexual assault cases are handled. I just find it hard to believe that so many people would take the sides of the alleged rapists over the victim. However, I’m not doubting it could happen. It just seemed a bit too much to me. I liked the main character (who is actually not the victim – the main character is a third party who we follow while she tries to figure everything out). She is strong and brave and I sympathized with her. This book was an interesting read. I wish it would have captured my interest a bit more, but it did a good enough job.

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