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This book offered a different perspective than I've ever read before, incredibly innovative and otherworldly. Definitely going to recommend to others.Published 7 months ago by Lacie Dugas
It was so slow and the character was a complete idiot. The plot didn't make much sense and the ending sucked too. I wish I had spent my money on a better book than this.Published 11 months ago by Ivy
Very interesting. Its short but humorous. A good read. I'd recommend it to others.Published 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
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This one will truly move you, if you let it. Brilliant satire, very dark humor, extremely well written. Not just for kids, and not for just any kid. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Franka
This is a awesome book I didn't know that the kid would turn.
I would recommend this book to my best friend
One of my favorite young adult works. I can't remember whether I read Thirsty or MT Anderson's short story "watch and wake" first, but I do recall being very taken with the... Read morePublished 22 months ago by D.B.