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to each their own. i personally have loved reading for almost all my life. when its a book i find myself enjoying i dont think about speed or anything. i find myself immersed as if i was the speaker/character. i shut out all the rest. i finish books quickly because of it

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i personally dont enjoy books that are science-fiction but ive read books that were a lot worse than what you described. i know people that would read it. it just isnt my cup of tea :)

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  • adair
  • woodburn
  • ambrose
  • atwood
  • carmona
  • crawford
  • sprouse
  • skyes
idk thats pretty much all i can think of right now. id love to read it when its done though

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don't plagiarize

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i would read this if i saw it on a shelf

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tequila. could have been what they were drinking when she was conceived

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Fahrenheit 451

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everyone has their own opinions. ive never watched the show but know people who find it interesting

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um.. well i guess if there are somehow real vampires they might have been offended

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i think it depends on what its based on

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its highly inaccurate to the **** scene and its also fanfiction so im not a fan

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The beauty of it is that it's up to you! I think diary entries is a pretty cool idea

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i also remember sad people like you who feel the need to post things anonymously like this to boost their egos. LOLL!1!!!1!one

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It is no worse than any of the other books listed. And as a 13 year old she is probably maturing body wise and exposure to inter corse shouldn't be bad for her. so long as she inst actually having it until she is of age and ready. meaning she is educated properly and safe

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a visitor that appears by chance

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that pretty much depends on the person

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there are many types of abuse

i personally had an abusive father. if you want to know what its like there are tons of places where you can reasearch it. also any book dealing with things as that should have trigger warnings and hopefully a help hotline

from personal experience and experiences of people i know i can try to tough on this.

physical: imagine everytime someone raises their hand you flinch in fear because youre used to expect a blow to the face or body. its a lot of hiding and sneaking around when it comes to why you were late or absent from school. how you got those bruises. a lot of makeup use and clothes you can hide in. its a lot of begging and pleading and living with a fear you didnt even know was possible. it hurts you emotionally because its your parent. theyre much stronger. you feel hated. my father was an alcoholic so it was bottles kicked and thrown. pushing, hair pulling, the smell of alcohol, punches, smacks, being hurt with objects. some people have their children kneel on grits.

emotional: anything to belittle the person. insults. accusations. pure neglect.

this is a very dark topic and i suggest you research it so you know more. and about the signs

Books | Answered on Sep 29, 2017

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