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 pleeeeeeeeeeeeease read this

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how do u like it
sooooooooo sad
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um...
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eh
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er, GREAT
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I AM SO GONNA READ IT
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PostSubject: pleeeeeeeeeeeeease read this    Tue Oct 18, 2011 12:28 am

i read this book called love, aubrey it was sooooooooo sad i wanted 2 cry so I DID plz tell me your thoughts on it

For Aubrey, 11, it takes time, love, stability, and the emotional release that comes from writing letters. After her father and younger sister die in a car accident, Aubrey's mother becomes psychologically unstable and abandons her. Uprooted from her home in Virginia, Aubrey goes to live with her grandmother in Vermont. Along with Gram's love, she finds solace in spending time with the family next door and acquires a best friend in the process. When her mother materializes and begins her emotional recovery, Aubrey must decide whether to return home or to remain with her grandmother. Throughout the grieving process, her emotions are palpable. LaFleur captures the way everyday occurrences can trigger a sudden flood of memories and overwhelming feelings of renewed loss. She details the physical responses of the human body to emotional trauma with an immediacy that puts readers inside Aubrey's pain and loss. The child's progress is reflected in her letters, which are at first directed to her sister's imaginary friend, then to her dead father and sister, and finally to the mother who hurt her so deeply. While the grandmother's patience and insight at times stretch credulity, for those who want or need to experience grief vicariously, this is an excellent choice.


u should read the book 2
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PostSubject: Re: pleeeeeeeeeeeeease read this    Tue Oct 18, 2011 12:32 am

Seems like a good book! Reminds me of Twilight and Evermore for some reason... They both had sad stuff in them. And when i say twilight I mean book 2 New moon Razz
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PostSubject: Re: pleeeeeeeeeeeeease read this    Tue Oct 18, 2011 12:36 am

IKR IT MAKES YOUR HEART MELT!!!!!!!!!!!
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PostSubject: Re: pleeeeeeeeeeeeease read this    Tue Oct 18, 2011 12:51 am

I think this story seems sad and great! Smile I'm gonna vote for... er,Great xD
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