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Me, Just Different

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  • Posted October 31, 2009

    Every teen girl needs to read this

    This is a must-read for teen girls today. Me, Just Different reminded me of Michelle Sutton's Second Glances series. Both this book and Michelle's DEAL WITH ISSUES! I love that. Teens today are so deceived by the secular worldview of things, and books like this one are what they need to read. While still being fun, enjoyable reads, they really show the truth of things. They aren't fluff, like most teen books are nowadays.

    I cried SO hard! This book will really make you feel things. I felt so sorry for Skylar and what she was going through. Since I have been raised in a Christian, homeschooled environment my whole life, some of the things in this book amazed me. I've never had to deal with drugs, alcohol, smoking, or teen pregnancy. I feel so blessed to have been raised in such a way that I would be able to have a strong Christian foundation before having to deal with those things. So watching Skylar having to deal with them, without the strong Christian upbringing, was heartbreaking. She didn't know what to do, or how to handle what was going on around her.

    I'm really anxious to know what happens in the rest of the series! I believe that the rest of the books will be just as good as this one. Again, a must-read for teens today.

    7 out of 8 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted August 14, 2009

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    Teen Issues

    In her senior year of high school, Skylar loves the idea of being in love, but she does not necessarily love her boyfriend. She makes some poor choices and surrounds herself with some of the wrong crowd. Her group of friends are backbitters who don't know the meaning of loyalty.

    This is a book about the complex problems teens face; the redeeming feature is how Skylar finds her way through the mess in her life. I recommend it for older teens.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 11, 2013

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    Good story about growing up and growing spiritually. Life keeps throwing things at the characters and they struggle to define their realtionships and the lives they want to lead.

    The writing is a bit disjointed at times, with scenes changing mid chapter with no lead in or transitioning. It is distracting to the reader but not to the overall story. A free read worth your time

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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