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    pudgyjeon's book review was featured in The Summer I Turned Pretty.
    So many friends have read this book, so many praising reviews on Amazon and Good reads, so much drama swirling after Belly and which Fisher boy she will choose. I love him! No, wait, actually, hold on. I love him now! Except for a tiny piece of me that loves the other. Honestly, the writing style is unique and easy to pick up on, but the plot and everything else revolved around three characters. While these three characters' personality and character are very clearly defined and developed, it's not quite enough to turn this series into the perfect love triangle it was made out to be. There are some more mature concepts in the book, so I'd recommend it for ages 12+ Other than that, it was a simple, charismatic coming-of-age story.
    3 days ago
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    pudgyjeon's book review was featured in The Honest Truth.
    I've seen this book many times, and considered buying the same amount of times. For some reason I never did. Maybe subconsciously, my mind knew what a writer Gemeinhart is, and tried to spare me the tears that slipped out during the heartbreaking yet empowering moments. Maybe it was trying to stop me from reading an all too realistic and sad book that really hits close to home. Despite the endless list of "maybes," one thing's the truth. Mark, Beau, and Jessie are true friends and true fighters. And on top of that, I really wish I had picked up this book sooner, because once I did, there was no letting it down. That's the honest truth.
    3 days ago
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    pudgyjeon added a book review.
    I've seen this book many times, and considered buying the same amount of times. For some reason I never did. Maybe subconsciously, my mind knew what a writer Gemeinhart is, and tried to spare me the tears that slipped out during the heartbreaking yet empowering moments. Maybe it was trying to stop me from reading an all too realistic and sad book that really hits close to home. Despite the endless list of "maybes," one thing's the truth. Mark, Beau, and Jessie are true friends and true fighters. And on top of that, I really wish I had picked up this book sooner, because once I did, there was no letting it down. That's the honest truth.
    3 days ago
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    pudgyjeon added a book review.
    So many friends have read this book, so many praising reviews on Amazon and Good reads, so much drama swirling after Belly and which Fisher boy she will choose. I love him! No, wait, actually, hold on. I love him now! Except for a tiny piece of me that loves the other. Honestly, the writing style is unique and easy to pick up on, but the plot and everything else revolved around three characters. While these three characters' personality and character are very clearly defined and developed, it's not quite enough to turn this series into the perfect love triangle it was made out to be. There are some more mature concepts in the book, so I'd recommend it for ages 12+ Other than that, it was a simple, charismatic coming-of-age story.
    3 days ago
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    My dad and I are big running fans, and he says that lately so many of the great runners are coming from Kenya!
    21 days ago
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    pudgyjeon wants to watch this movie.
    21 days ago
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    pudgyjeonis now following kruzingwithk9s.
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    pudgyjeon's book review was featured in Enna Burning.
    I was very surprised when I finished this book. Compared to its predecessor, this book is a lot more deep and intense. The previous book was all fairy tales and magic, so when I read this book, I was slightly shocked when it was so emotional and fierce. Enna Burning is from the point of view of Enna, who learned from her brother how to create and use fire. But because of fire her brother isn't here. He was consumed by it, and the same fate could happen to Enna if she doesn't learn how to control it. The descriptions were so profound and vivid, and the writing is like you were the one whose body is slowly giving up. I really liked the way it all unfolded, and I feel like this scenario could be symbolic to other hardships and prejudices we face today. It is quite the intense book, so I'd recommend it for readers 10+
    About 1 month ago
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    pudgyjeon added a book review.
    I was very surprised when I finished this book. Compared to its predecessor, this book is a lot more deep and intense. The previous book was all fairy tales and magic, so when I read this book, I was slightly shocked when it was so emotional and fierce. Enna Burning is from the point of view of Enna, who learned from her brother how to create and use fire. But because of fire her brother isn't here. He was consumed by it, and the same fate could happen to Enna if she doesn't learn how to control it. The descriptions were so profound and vivid, and the writing is like you were the one whose body is slowly giving up. I really liked the way it all unfolded, and I feel like this scenario could be symbolic to other hardships and prejudices we face today. It is quite the intense book, so I'd recommend it for readers 10+
    About 1 month ago

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