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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 9, 2007

    Get ready to Freak

    A great book showing what can happen to your life in a metter of seconds.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 8, 2007

    wrecked

    The book that I read was called ¿Wrecked¿. All in all the book was pretty good. It had some really interesting parts and also some exciting parts. But it wasn¿t as good as a book as I thought it was going to be. The book is about a young girl named Anna and her friend Ellen. And the big thing about them is that they are really big party people. They love going to parties. So one night, they were planning on going out and going to a party. Then they decide to go early so they could get more to drink. So they both go home and start getting ready for the big night. And since Anna is the only one that has her license she is going to be able to drive them both there and back. So later that night Ellen comes over to Anna¿s house and they leave on the way there they were all excited. And when they got there they jus said that they didn¿t want to drink too much because they didn¿t want there parents to know. Well instead of jus little bit, they had a lot of drinks. Sooner then later it was the end of the party. And Anna was still hung over a little bit from the drinking, but she wanted to drive home anyway because that¿s the only way that they were getting home and they had to be home within the next hour. At first on the drive home she was doing ok. But then later her buddy Ellen started throwing up and then she started getting sick, and when she lifted her head up all she sees is another car and in a split second they collide. Both Ellen and Anna were sent to the hospital. Well later when Anna woke up she as in the hospital, and her parents told her the news that they totaled the car. But then she was told that the driver to the other car was killed. But that wasn¿t the worst part of the news. The worst of it was that the other driver was Anna¿s brother¿s girlfriend. And through out this book, she is trying to deal with the problem and blame of herself that she killed her own brother s girlfriend. I would strongly recommend this book to people who like a jumpy book. For this book I would halved to give it an 3 out of 5, but it still was a good book. But if you want to find out if she will survive the horror then you should read this book.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 7, 2006

    Wrecked

    I read the story WRECKED. It was a pretty good book because I¿m sure it¿s happened in real life. It¿s about a high school girl who gets in a terrible car wreck and kills her brother¿s girlfriend. She is devastated by what she has done because she was driving. Ellen was in the car with her and got seriously injured. They just left a party where they were drunk and Ellen was still drunk. Anna has to go through therapy so she doesn¿t have nervous break downs. Sometimes she thinks she has a heart attack and breaks down. The main characters are Anna, Ellen, Jack, The Mom, The Dad, and two of her friends named Seth and Jason. It doesn¿t tell the main characters name for a while and that¿s kind of what made me keep reading. It kind of bothered me that the car crash happens right away. Then the book went on and there was more drama than action. And the action was most certainly the best part of the book. There were also way too many flashbacks that ruined the flow of the book. It made you lose track of what was going on. But I must say the flash backs did hold my attention. It skipped time quickly with out telling you. A few pages after the accident it says thirteen days after the accident. It surly did not seem like thirteen days after the accident. If you are a girl you will definitely enjoy this book. The characters are girls and one of the guys is gay. (And I¿m sure all girls enjoy will that.) It¿s more about feelings than the aftermath of a car accident. I would probably give this book a B- on the letter grade scale and a 7 on the number scale. If you are under 14 you probably shouldn¿t read this book. It is not appropriate for the younger kids. They say cuss words which really isn¿t that bad but they talk about sex and what she did with her boyfriend. This is mild and doesn¿t go into detail, but if you¿re young or have an immature mind you probably shouldn¿t read this. If you see this book at the library you should pick it up even though it¿s over two hundred pages. But it¿s a good book and I would recommend it to girls but maybe not as much to boys.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 6, 2006

    Wrecked

    Wrecked Review by Drew Butler I read the story WRECKED. It was a pretty good book because I¿m sure it¿s happened in real life. It¿s about a high school girl who gets in a terrible car wreck and kills her brother¿s girlfriend. She is devastated by what she has done because she was driving. Ellen was in the car with her and got seriously injured. They just left a party where they were drunk and Ellen was still drunk. Anna has to go through therapy so she doesn¿t have nervous break downs. Sometimes she thinks she has a heart attack and breaks down. The main characters are Anna, Ellen, Jack, The Mom, The Dad, and two of her friends named Seth and Jason. It doesn¿t tell the main characters name for a while and that¿s kind of what made me keep reading. It kind of bothered me that the car crash happens right away. Then the book went on and there was more drama than action. And the action was most certainly the best part of the book. There were also way too many flashbacks that ruined the flow of the book. It made you lose track of what was going on. But I must say the flash backs did hold my attention. It skipped time quickly with out telling you. A few pages after the accident it says thirteen days after the accident. It surly did not seem like thirteen days after the accident. If you are a girl you will definitely enjoy this book. The characters are girls and one of the guys is gay. (And I¿m sure all girls enjoy will that.) It¿s more about feelings than the aftermath of a car accident. I would probably give this book a B on the letter grade scale and a 7.5 on the number scale. If you are under 14 you probably shouldn¿t read this book. It is not appropriate for the younger kids. They say cuss words which really isn¿t that bad but they talk about sex and what she did with her boyfriend. This is mild and doesn¿t go into detail, but if you¿re young or have an immature mind you probably shouldn¿t read this. If you see this book at the library you should pick it up even though it¿s over two hundred pages. But it¿s a good book and I would recommend it to girls but maybe not as much to boys.

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