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Genres :Fiction , Young Adult , Health
Published By : Simon Pulse
Published On : Jan 01, 2006
ISBN : 1416914633 (ISBN13: 9781416914631)
Format :Paperback
Language :English
No. of pages : 213
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    “I'm not really sure which parts of myself are real and which parts are things I've gotten from books.”
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    “It's a good thing most people bleed on the inside or this would be a gory, blood-smeared earth.”
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    “I'm partly somebody else trying to fit in and say the right things and do the right thing and be in the right place and wear what everybody else is wearing. Sometimes I think we're all trying to be shadows of each other, trying to buy the same records and everything even if we don't like them. Kids are like robots, off an assembly line, and I don't want to be a robot!”
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    “I really am only one infinitely small part of an aching humanity.”
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    “I wouldn't intentionally hurt anyone in this whole world. I wouldn't hurt them physically or emotionally, how then can people so consistently do it to me? Even my parents treat me like I'm stupid and inferior and ever short. I guess I'll never measure up to anyone's expectations. I surely don't measure up to what I'd like to be.”
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  • A direct intercept of the youthful drug experience...

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  • The story is riveting -- even reluctant readers will devour it. The book is a powerful way for teens to really experience the tragic consequences of drug addiction.

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  • I believe that the anonymously written; Go Ask Alice is a well written book, and is now one of my favorites. Her experiences of being a young, teenage girl, is one that nobody goes through...I totally recommend this book. Go Ask Alice I think would be a great book for mature teenagers to read...

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  • ...s a non-fiction book that describes the reality of a drug addict teen...Reading this book made me acknowledge how hard is the life for drug-dependent teens; although sometimes we might wonder about using drugs, this wonderful and realistic story tells us how dark one’s world can become when using them.

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  • Of course, this harrowing story ultimately ends badly, and readers feel for both the young woman and her family. Go Ask Alice has already sold over four million copies, and it deserves an even bigger (teen and adult) audience.

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