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SMiiLY posts on 8/21/2007 4:48:42 PM
i HAVENT READ iT YET BUT i WiLL, SEEMS G00D, HEARD iT FR0M A FRiEND, [[THANKS CiNDY!]] BUT i WiLL READ iT, iS THERE ANYM0RE B00KS LiKE THiS? iM N0T MUCH 0F A B00K READiNG PERS0N, iM M0RE LiKE A MAGAZiNE G0SSiP:]] BUT HEY, THiS S0UNDS G00D!:] NE 0NE KN0W M0RE B00KS? HiT ME UP 0N MY MYSPACE<33 -SMiiLY:]
Tino posts on 12/30/2005 6:34:10 AM
I think books are useless, especially mystery thillers, if you disagree well then my name is Tino and you can call me at 1-618-322-9699 to argue this topic with me.
alyssa goodes posts on 12/22/2005 11:08:31 AM
I chose to read Go ASk Alice as a book for my nonfiction novel story. I was surprised at how truthfully this story connects to me and to drug users. Though I am not one myself I have grown up around people who are. The details in this story are extremely accurate to the stories I have always heard. 15 year old writer or not.. this book spreads the messages that alot of people forget.
email@example.com posts on 9/5/2005 1:18:55 AM
the "girl" is a bunch of people writing for her. but, it's a good book; my girlfriend seems to like it
Nikki posts on 7/4/2005 11:22:44 AM
While the message this book should be well taken and applied, I do not believe this book was written anonymously by a 15 year old girl. Remember this is a teenage girl people. If you read the entries and the style of writing-you will see that they don't follow the typical he -said she said chatter, or "I miss roger so much...etc...". The point is, I believe this work was a collaboration of parents whose efforts were joined to put together a "just say no" to drugs. Remember this was published in 1971-at a time when the end of the sex/drugs/rock'n roll era was at it's climactic end.
Jessica posts on 6/10/2005 9:41:20 PM
This was one if the best books i have ever read. I can't find another one like it and it bugs me.. lol anyone have any good books I should read? And How can there be a sequal? Go ask alice is a non-fiction book.. a real journal... THE GIRL IS DEAD! There can't be a sequal...
Haley and Allie posts on 4/13/2005 5:36:13 PM
This is an awesome book and it tells a lot about how someone could get hooked on drugs and it could ruin your life! If you are thinking about reading this book don't hesitate!
EsmeIsIn posts on 4/6/2005 10:10:17 PM
How can there be a sequel? The main character is dead! When I read it, I expected to cry and stuff, but I didn't, which shows alot. Nearly everything I read or watch I cry at. And the day I read it I was crying and depressed too! Well anyway, is Alice that runaway girl on the street that the main character was talking to?
Nina posts on 3/21/2005 6:19:59 AM
I have read somewhere the Nikki Gemmell (author of 'The bride stripped bare), or otherwise known as anonymous, will be writing a sequal to this book, does anyone know if this is true?
someone posts on 3/13/2005 4:15:24 PM
I think the book was really intresting. It shows how drastic thngs can happen when you take drugs. You try to keep aways but instead it pulls you back, into the deep dark whole of misery.
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