Where She WentBook - 2011
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I loved If I stay, but I found myself dragging my feet through this book. I found it dragged on and I didn't like the perspective change. I understand what the author was trying to do but I found it distracted from the story. I found the ending was predictable and I wanted the opposite of what ha... Read More »
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“Letting go. Everyone talks about it like it's the easiest thing. Unfurl your fingers one by one until your hand is open.” Gayle Foreman
“You were so busy trying to be my savior that you left me all alone.”
~Mia Hall, "Where She Went" by Gayle Forman
“First you inspect me. Then you dissect me. Then you reject me. I wait for the day. That you'll resurrect me.”
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Sexual Content: It doesn't say anything, but u know that they, um, "Get Close" almost at the end of the book. But it doesn't say anything about it.
Coarse Language: also so funny for inmature kids who likes to say the language so much. however, definitely for teens.
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This book was okay, not better than the first book but great to getting to know how both characters live life to the fullest. I think it's something teens should read. It is great to see how the main character goes through life from a different point of view, how this character sees Mia raise herself knowing that her family is gone. Imagine going through that, all alone but knowing you have closest people b your side.