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Gregory Galloway
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Blogging Between the Lines
Blogging Between the Lines rated it 4 years ago
Poor storytelling, too much message-sending, bland characters, unbelievable and predictable settings and situations, unreadable short stories that no teen will find appealing. Sorry, I did not enjoy this at all and I don't think teens will either.
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 5 years ago
It was the concept of this book that had me hooked. For it is true, Adam Strand tried to kill himself 39 times and was unsuccessful 39 times. He knows a lot about the subject and he has tried many different methods but somehow he has failed in all his attempts. Adam was ten when it started. It was a...
R-r-read
R-r-read rated it 7 years ago
The GoodThe writing. This book's prose is very poetic. Adam's musings about life, death, and the people around him are enlightening and insightful. I love books like this that hold a mirror up to your own life and the people in it, forcing you to see things from an entirely different perspective.The...
Lectus
Lectus rated it 7 years ago
Via http://onlectus.blogspot.com/2013/03/the-39-deaths-of-adam-strand-by-gregory.htmlI don't really know how to explain this book. The concept of the story is good and new but it left me empty.Adam has killed himself 39 times: "18 times by jumping (from bridge or building or other high place and onc...
Books With Bite
Books With Bite rated it 7 years ago
A dark and riveting tale, this book makes you think...I like dark books. Books that questions things that go on in the world and what it would be like to just know all the answers. Adam is in search of answers to questions he can not answer. He takes death as freedom from everything. I like that the...
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