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Trigger

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

5 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

So Real

I just couldnt stop reading. By the end I just held the book in my hands trying to get over what happened. I actually cried alittle and I'm not an expressive person. This is the only book I have ever wrote a review for, it was that good.

posted by J_Elliott on October 17, 2008

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Most Helpful Critical Review

1 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Anonymous

Oh god, clearly this kid has no concept of death. Even when life gets so horrible you can hardly bear it, at least your alive. Because when you die, thats it. Your gone. There will be no thinking "wow my life is so much better now I killed myself". You will feel nno pai...
Oh god, clearly this kid has no concept of death. Even when life gets so horrible you can hardly bear it, at least your alive. Because when you die, thats it. Your gone. There will be no thinking "wow my life is so much better now I killed myself". You will feel nno pain no happyness no nothing. He also must have been a pretty selfish person to even think about killing himself let alone attempt to. He was so wrapped up in his own problems that he didn't even stop and think about how his death (or attempted death) would effect his family and friends. What a self-centered idiot.

posted by 16685952 on September 22, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 22, 2012

    Anonymous

    Oh god, clearly this kid has no concept of death. Even when life gets so horrible you can hardly bear it, at least your alive. Because when you die, thats it. Your gone. There will be no thinking "wow my life is so much better now I killed myself". You will feel nno pain no happyness no nothing. He also must have been a pretty selfish person to even think about killing himself let alone attempt to. He was so wrapped up in his own problems that he didn't even stop and think about how his death (or attempted death) would effect his family and friends. What a self-centered idiot.

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    Posted October 19, 2008

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