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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2007

    The Most Boring Book

    I used this book to pretend i was reading in class but at first i thought it was interesting but guess what? it was darn boring you ought of not read this book my oppinion but if you want to read it or like it its up to you its what ever you like im just giving my thought!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 16, 2007

    Looking For Red

    I think that this book would be perfect for students or adults that would love to sit down and figure out and figure out clues and also put the pieces together . Me! I'm not that person I feel as if this book only represents what this young girl named Micheala loves and how Red is her brother ,every time she turns around he's gone . He dosen't give her any warning and even though they live on the beach there are no foot steps to trace his footsteps.Micheala feels that the relationship that her and her brother had is maybe starting to drift away because he's dissappearing in and out of her life. Prehaps this last dissapperince is final and heart broken because Micheala thinks red is not coming back. This book I would have to rate would have to be an 5.

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