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Exit Point

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 25, 2011

    page turner

    Exit Point
    Laura Langston
    Death is really not an option because we all end up dieing anyway sooner or later but Laura Langston really threw it off in this book...We all really take a choice in life to weather when we die and why. A lot of people say say that death is just the beginning and in Exit Point it is. Logan chose the wrong time to die and it just made the story more interesting. Instead of getting off at exit point five he got off on exit point one.
    One of the greatest stories I've read. When I started reading the first thing I thought about was that Logan(main character) died and the story wasn't going to go any further than that but I was wrong. This is one of the stories that just leaves you thinking because what you tough at first was wrong. Logan is just like me. He didn't really expect to die and to realize that there is life after the one you have on earth. What I'm saying is kind of strange but now Logan has a bigger challenge than he had on earth. A much, much bigger one. But he has a choice to go back on earth and face the challenge or just move on and get on with his life where he is.
    As I was reading this I got a message it was saying. What that message was saying was that one good deed can get you really far. Just that one good thing that Logan did that day at the market saved his life and saved the person he loves the most life. I know he didn't want to admit but it's was all true and it was all there. Logan realized many things people don't realize until they are to the point of dieing. After getting old is when they think and actually think that they should have done something different totally opposite of what they were supposed to but they also realize it is too late. That is exactly what happen with Logan when they passed pictures of his life and showed him what could've happen if he would've taken exit point five, it would've made a huge difference. But now he has to move on but will he save her life? This book is just really intense. It kept me reading...a total page turner all the way to the end.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 6, 2010

    good book

    its about a boy who dies too soon and finds out his uncle is raping his sister and he tries 2 warn his dad.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 5, 2008

    A great short read!

    This is a book about a boy who died in a car wreck as well as the wrong time and how he learns about the after life and stuff. He finds out that he can go back to see his family, but they cant see him. When uncle Herb is trying to rape his little sister he goes back and tries to stop him. At first he manages to stop Herb for the time being. But his family doesnt want to beleive that Herb is doing that especialy since he died not long before that. But he is able to show himself to his dad as a ghost and convinces him that herb was hurting his litlle sister Amy. Then he is able to rest in peace.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 24, 2006

    Scary

    If you like a book about a brother who dies and tries to tell his father that his uncle is raping his sister this is a book for you!

    0 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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