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In my oIn my opinion I would rate this book a B+. The book included bad language, sexual  conversations, drugs, & etc. It’s  fiction which means it wasn’t actually a true story. I was actually really surprised because it really felt like a teenage girl was writing in her notebook about her experiences dealing with drugs & depression.  This book  teaches young teens to stay away from drugs because you could notice she gradually gets more and more addicted  to it  & heads down the wrong path. Something that I can relate with Alice is that she did’n’t feel  like she fit in with other kids. That’s something I had to deal with growing up I never really had friends like that and I was always quiet and I wasn’t very social, and I still am till this day.So, I found that pretty interesting. This book also deals with real life issues that a lot of young people go threw. For example, Alice loses her virginity to Bill while on acid. In modern society there’s millions of teens pregnant that take drugs and  that have lost their virginity to someone they didn’t love. Another issue that this book talks about is mental depression. Alice felt like she didn’t fit in with other kids, but luckily she didn’t give up on herself. In reality thousands of teens have committed suicide due to mental depression. Although Alice didn’t committee suicide she took drugs to avoid it. In my opinion every teen has gone true mental depression, at times you’ll feel like you just wanna give up on everything or you don’t feel good enough. It’s just that as you get older you start getting stressed but you’ve got to pull it together & that’s what Alice had to learn the hard way.Honestly, the only reason why I didn’t give this book an A is because it wasn’t my type of book, it wasn’t because of the story line. I actually love how the author wrote it in third person, its was like Alice was telling her story. Altogether, this book is amazing and I recommend this for all teens ages 11-up, no younger because of the bad language.pinion I would rate this book a B+. The book included bad language, sexual  conversations, drugs, & etc. It’s  fiction which means it wasn’t actually a true story. I was actually really surprised because it really felt like a teenage girl was writing in her notebook about her experiences dealing with drugs & depression.  This book  teaches young teens to stay away from drugs because you could notice she gradually gets more and more addicted  to it  & heads down the wrong path. Something that I can relate with Alice is that she did’n’t feel  like she fit in with other kids. That’s something I had to deal with growing up I never really had friends like that and I was always quiet and I wasn’t very social, and I still am till this day.So, I found that pretty interesting. This book also deals with real life issues that a lot of young people go threw. For example, Alice loses her virginity to Bill while on acid. In modern society there’s millions of teens pregnant that take drugs and  that have lost their virginity to someone they didn’t love. Another issue that this book talks about is mental depression. Alice felt like she didn’t fit in with other kids, but luckily she didn’t give up on herself. In reality thousands of teens have committed suicide due to mental depression. Although Alice didn’t committee suicide she took drugs to avoid it. In my opinion every teen has gone true mental depression, at times you’ll feel like you just wanna give up on everything or you don’t feel good enough. It’s just that as you get older you start getting stressed but you’ve got to pull it together & that’s what Alice had to learn the hard way.Honestly, the only reason why I didn’t give this book an A is because it wasn’t my type of book, it wasn’t because of the story line. I actually love how the author wrote it in third person, its was like Alice was telling her story. Altogether, this book is amazing and I recommend this for all teens ages 11-up, no younger because of the bad language.

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