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How To Deal (Turtleback School & Library Binding Edition) School & Library Binding – July 1, 2003
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Someone Like You was my favorite of the two novels, it talks about Halley and her crazy life. She used to be quiet and well behaved, but then her best friend Scarlett became pregnant and the father of the baby is killed. Halley helps Scarlett through her pregnancy while dating Macon, the mysterious and wild boy who was Michael(the baby's father)'s best friend. Soon Halley's world turns upside down with Macon's reckless actions, Scarlett's pregnancy and her problems with her mother This story is about true life and love, and how Halley deals with it. I found myself smiling through my tears in the end, and every time I re-read it, the book gets more and more compelling.
That Summer: Haven is an awkward fifteen year old, who finds her world turned upside-down this summer. What with her father having an affair, her moody sister getting married to a man like a saltine cracker and her mother's saddness and obsessive gardening, Haven feels lost in the shuffle. She is angry with her crazy family, her new "Bad Girl" best friend and her life in general. She keeps remembering how wonderful that summer was when her sister was dating Sumner Lee, the happy and perfect boy who seemed to pull her family together. But after they broke-up, it was then that Haven's world unraveled. It sound like it would be an awesome book, but the characters were not developed well and the ending seemed unfinished. The message in the story was a good one though, about how the first boy always hurts the most.Read more ›
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this book is very nice... i've both seen the movie and read the book! this book is based in 'someone like you'. But someone like you doesn't have the same end! Read morePublished on July 26, 2009 by Chrysanthy Isaakidou
I bought this book for my daughter, it was on her wish list. Only the description doesn't say that there are two books inside the one, only that it is a movie tie in. Read morePublished on January 13, 2009 by J. Payne
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These two stories are great. I was into thses books and I was so glad to find out that these stories were being made into a movie!!!Published on March 7, 2007 by L. McCracken
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