This is a book for young teens or adults, this book teaches about how that it hurts others but taking your life.You have to be able to read sad stories. This book is 228 pages but they go by fast. Through out of the book there is a page from Ingrid's journal.
Tuesday, March 29, 2011
Hold Still is about two best friends named Caitlin and Ingrid. They do everything together. They are like sisters. Caitlin and Ingrid tell each other everything, at least Caitlin thought. Caitlin's life fell apart when Ingrid kills herself,she slit her wrists and bled to death. Caitlin lost all her interest for every thing she did before her best friend was gone. When it comes time to go back to school she does not want to! She is invisible to the world . No one looks at her or pays attention to her. She has to go the her Photography class. Caitlin and Ingrid were in this class last here and they loved it, they got to take pics and have fun times together. But this year her teacher pays no attention to her, her class mates don't look at her or talk to her. She knows this all because she was best friends with the girl who took her life. Then one day Caitlin was in her room and found Ingrid's journal under her bed. She is scared to read it. Then she comes to reading a page when she is upset.
Wednesday, January 19, 2011
The book that I read was called Fallout it is a series of two other books. Nineteen years after glass this book takes place.This book is in the perspective of Kristina's oldest children, Hunter, Summer, Autumn, Hunter is her first child. She is addicted to crank so her parents raise Hunter.
This book shows how very different the 3 kids lives are. Kristina and the children's fathers are not in their lives. Hunter is the only one that has contact with his mothers parents at first.. Then later in the book..Kristina's younger boys end up moving in with kristina's parents... Her parents are stressed...
I would recommend this book to teen age girls...... or even teen boys who like drama and books that leave u wondering and books in poems... This book is 672 pages long, but it is a very quite read because it is set up in poem like form.