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Fame? Love? Power? Truth?
I was not aware that this book rewrote the Great Gatsby. No doubt, I read the Great Gatsby too long ago (or was too bored with it) to... Read more
This book has romance,suspense,humor, and a sporty feel to it. Be careful if you're stomach can't take a intense inspirational book.Published 13 months ago by D'Ann Yeager.
I was shocked after reading this on audiobook when I found the back label listing it as suggested for ages 10 and up. Uh, I DON'T think so. Maybe 18 and up, are they kidding? Read morePublished 19 months ago by Annointed & Obscure
it's a good book and can be relate-able to teens. although this wasnt relate-able to me, i still enjoyed reading itPublished on September 28, 2013 by Lindsey B.
An amazing reinvention of The Great Gatsby set in High School.
I was surprised at how well it came off. Read more
Really good summer reading. I definitely suggest this book for high school kids because it's easy to relate to it!Published on August 14, 2013 by alexus nicole scalia
When I first read The Great Gatsby in class I LOVED it!! I thought I wouldn't because it was part of the required reading but I ended up jumping ahead of the rest of the class and... Read morePublished on May 26, 2013 by PaigeM.