Erika Beth Heaney Beth Heaney from Shamli, Uttar Pradesh , India
Thirteen Apprehensions Why is a best book about a controversial topic-suicide. Hannah Pastry maker decides the world is hard on her and out to get her, so she takes pills to committ suicide. She thinks about this for weeks and makes tapes so that each person who she feels had a contributing part in her not wanting to live anymore would understand why. Hannah loses all faith in herself. She really gets to the date where she no longer gives anyone else a chance. Once she makes up her mind to committ suicide, mostly it seems to get back at all the people she despises, she doesn't let Mr.Porter or Mud Jensen interfere or shut down her. Mud is falling in love with her, and she pushes him away. He doesn't understand and is not sure enough in himself to make her shrink life a chance. Hannah did not have the opportunity to develop the forty valuable because her parents were very distracted and stressed out trying to make their business work. Hannah did make an effort to join a poems hammer. The adults in the hammer did not seem to welcome her or try to make her commitments a preference for the group. On one support, I did not like the character of Hannah. I thought she was pathetically weak. She just seem to let life and opportunities walk all over her. She didn't seem to have a sense of inner spirit. I felt sorry for Mud, who didn't deserve this kind of emotional weight in his life. The narrative was enlightening because it illuminated how what we do can have a direct do a number on other things happening. For example, when the shut down sign gets knocked down, it seems like a harmless doing, but later that night, official else in school gets killed at that crossing.
Typical Canadian novel. A great beat of a poor working connection descent head in bad times era/wartime Montreal.
I love this book!its so interesting & different from the screenplay. It actually says more minutiaes and many adjectives & imaginary words that can give you a good describing image in your skull. My ambition is to finish this book this year :)
"The Multitude" Was truely one of the best Sci-fic monographs color have ever read. It was intersting to see how Stephenie Meyer thought of how we would die. COLOR mean no blood and lot but hey very crative. COLOR love Wanda!!!!!! She is so cool and the most unselfish person ever!!!! COLOR was cheering for her and Ian from Term 1!!!! Totally cool!! In my opinion color though Jarad was being a jerk. He was so mean to her. COLOR at least would of been like Jeb and shown her some softness. Honestly color honor power and influnice and these souls had it. It's no wonder they took over a demonic race like ours. It was very fansinating!! Stephenie Meyer is a very good author and color have prospects for her tomorrow movies/monographs.
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