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  ohxdamnxkay02  |  12

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  krad204  |  21

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163 -I couldn't like ur comment enough, that had to be my favorite book ever! I don't know what it is about it but damn the outsiders was an incredible book I have read it about a million times!

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  zombicidal  |  11

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  blackheart24  |  10

She probably got done reading the Harry Potter series and was crying because it was over. I remember the empty feeling I had after finishing the seventh book... It was like turning the final page of my childhood ;(

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  MissAimeeAngel  |  15

Where the Red Fern Grows, it is absolutely the saddest book I ever read as a child. Definitely made me cry, it would probably still make me cry; but it was such a good story.

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  Angitia  |  8

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Omg thank God. I thought no one was gonna mention The Giver. My favorite book ever. its so educational and entertaining. that book had me thinking about its ideas for months after I read it :)

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  XSkullCandyX  |  4

When I was at secondary school, I had to analyse poems. Admittedly they were great poems, but they had the weirdest subjects- a kleptomaniac going into great depths of detail about stealing a snowman, a person playing god that is intent on killing things and ultimately the reader, and finally a woman who beheads her one-night stand. Got to love Carol Ann Duffy depression at 14.

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  bayleehunter  |  0

No it's not! Only the cruel and the wicked die either by war or age or execution! The bible is a true story about how the world started and how we should live our lives! Its an amazing book if you take te time to read it. Which I dd because I had history of Christianity as a class.

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  stargazur  |  9

I cry all the time when I read! To Kill a Mockingbird is one of my favorite books. The endings of Shiver and Linger had me bawling even though they aren't the most advanced of books to read, I really enjoyed that trilogy.

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  melibear89  |  7

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it's rude because it's none of his damn business! and also, when girls get upset and guys ask if they're on their period, it illegitimizes any real emotions for women. it makes it so we're not allowed to be sad or angry unless we're experiencing a hormonal imbalance brought on by our menstrual cycles.

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  antwon86  |  4

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