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Anonymous posts on 5/13/2009 1:00:46 AM in what ways does adam realize his dreams of becoming a writer?
Lady Dee posts on 12/14/2008 12:07:50 PM okay so i just read we all fall down, and i must say that book is really catchy. those guys were not going. they dun tossed that girl down them stairs. main if i was that girl, i would 've fought back, shoot! know body tossing me, ya feel me. yeah,1
GuiltyAng3l posts on 12/6/2008 12:52:09 PM Uhm can anyone give me 6 quotes from this book that gives examples of the characters in discrimination and how they face discrimination? Greatly appreciated!

jillian posts on 12/31/2007 3:51:38 PM has anyone read tunes for bears to dance to? hahha cause i just finished it.. and i don't get why it's titled that
ish posts on 12/11/2006 2:39:30 PM what is the difference between the two journeys? and what does last section mean?
posts on 6/20/2006 1:01:58 PM I have one question about the ending of the book:...DID AMY REALLY EXIST OR WAS THAT JUST ADAM/PAUL BEING CRAZY?! It's making me crazy thinking about it! Anybody know if she was real or not?
posts on 5/10/2006 11:27:39 AM Does anyone out there know where I could find director's commentary for I am the Cheese (movie).
Alyssa posts on 2/28/2006 7:43:57 PM Was Mr.Brint the gray man? Why was Adam(or Paul) imageining himself riding a bike to see his father in Vermont? And, if Adam can't remember his past, then how come when he calls the man who now lives in Amy's old house, he says he's lied there for three years. Which is how long Adam had been away... but if he can't remember his past, and he's actually imagining the phone call, how does he "remember" that it's been three years. And, if he is imageing the second visit to the motel too, then how does he imagine the guy at the gas station say it's been closed for three years. How does he imagine true facts that he supposedly doesn't know? And, someone, please explain to me wht happened in that summery at the end of the book. And, then, why does the fake bike ride start to play all over again? Is it his drugs? Are they going to question him again for the FOURTH time?!? And, one more thing, is Adam actually crazy, or is it the mediation they make him take that makes him "crazy". And if so, why do they want to terminate him, if he isn't really crazy?
nana posts on 2/10/2006 7:01:40 PM all i have to say is that his father should've told him from the begining what has happened to his family before living in his new house
Lillian posts on 2/7/2006 11:11:55 PM Has anyone read Tenderness? What was your reaction to the seriousness of the plot?
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