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text 2019-04-14 23:25
Shout - Laurie Halse Anderson
If you have read Speak, you know how Laurie can write. You know that she writes from the heart and what’s real, and this novel is no exception. This novel is not one that can be power-read at least, not for me. Laurie talks to us now about her own personal life, about her own issues and her stories are no different.
You can’t help but feel the emotions that are present in each of the pieces that Laurie writes. There were a few pieces that I reread as they really spoke to me. I enjoyed the whole novel but I felt that her work in the second part of the novel was exceptional. These poems felt emotional charged and the energy flowing through them, surged. A fantastic novel by Laurie and I appreciate that she shared a personal side of herself with her readers.


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text 2018-05-09 17:35
Speak - Laurie Halse Anderson

I enjoyed this book because I could relate to it on some levels.  The main character and I both hate school.  This novel was touching and memorable.  I also was very pleased with the ending.

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text 2018-05-09 16:08
Wintergirls - Laurie Halse Anderson

The characters were very memorable and so was the plot.  I enjoyed every page of this book.  The author's writing style is amazing and unique.  I would highly recommend this book.

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text 2018-05-09 16:03
Wintergirls - Laurie Halse Anderson

The characters and plot in this book were memorable and compelling.  The ending was realistic which I like.

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review 2018-05-04 00:00
Speak: The Graphic Novel
Speak: The Graphic Novel - Emily Carroll,Laurie Halse Anderson I read the original book in high school and when I saw there was a graphic novel I wanted to check it out because nostalgia, but then I saw it was illustrated by Emily Carroll and I HAD to check it out 'cause I'm a huge fan of her original work. I related to this book in high school but I relate a lot more now. The only differences between the main character and I are our parents, grades in school, and the way IT happened. Neither of those mattering over everything else. Even if you don't relate you should read it. This and Speechless by Hannah Harrington are books I feel should be required or at least strongly recommended to all high schoolers.
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