|Plot Summary of Everything to Gain|
|"Meg starts out very happily married to her husband and with two little children, and a third one on the way. They live happily along, mom stays at home, and dad goes to work like any normal family. But one day, something completely unforeseen happens.
The father and his two children take off some place in the family car, and the worst possible event happens-a drive by shooting. None of them live, and Meg's beloved family all die instantly.
You could feel the most horrible grief as you read it, and what Meg has to SUFFER horribly through. The criminal isn't caught for a while either, and the police are trying to catch the guy involved.
Meg can barely get out of bed and face the days ahead of her. "
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|Review Analysis of Everything to Gain|
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- Age 11-14
Coping with loss of loved one(s)
- White (American)
- Super sensitive soggy jelly muffin
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- 7 ()
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- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
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