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Talking to other families isn't Kate Bailey's expertise. She'd much rather be out on the pool, soaking up the solitude and sunshine. So when her best friend, Alana, convinces Kate to join their secondary institution's podcast, Kate is not expecting to be chosen as the score. Now she'll have to answer calls and give advice on the effect? Impossible. But to Kate's surprise, she turns out to be pretty good at the hosting employment. Then the podcast gets in a summon from an anonymous guy, asking for advice about his unnamed crush. Kate is pretty sure that the visitant is gorgeous Diego Martinez, and even surer that the girl in oppose is Alana. Kate is excited for her friend. . . until Kate herself starts to develop feelings for Diego. Suddenly, Kate finds that while doling out wisdom to others may be easy, asking for help is tougher than it looks, and following your own advice is even harder. Kasie West's adorable story of secrets, court, and benevolence is sure to win over hearts everywhere.

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  • Publisher: Point
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  • Cover: Hardcover
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 133821005X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1338210057
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  • Weight: 1.7 pounds
  • Hardcover:336 pages
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  • Grade: 7 - 9
  • Age: 12 and up
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  • Price: $12.61

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Listen to Your Heart


there's a great story behind this journal styled contemporary lit. i enjoyed it as i would an action membrane that fools you into thinking it's a bit slow and pointless, then wraps you up in the composer's imagination with excellent plot meanders and a satisfying end.

2019-12-12 20:09


I can't believe there are people on this website that give this book anything higher than 3 draws. It's mold of baffling to me. Irony at its top out. I read this book when I was 16 or so, just getting into the whole Illuminati/Satanism/Orwellian Dystopia hobby. Honestly? This book just fed into my mental disorder, despite how much I enjoyed it. I'm 20 years now and I can't help but facepalm myself for the hours I spent lavish on this dross. What has happened here is that you have someone who has a background in news and TV display, so of period he's going to be convincing, confident and have supposed "sources" to back up his thinkings. I put sources in inverted marks because it's almost like Icke has never heard of something like "bias" or "disinterest". He claims he has The Sincerity, yet he also cleverly denies it. The difference here is that he never has any slot for different attitudes or aspects, he presents this fleshly as evidence, as if he is some mold of otherworldly expert. He'd probably make a poor debater. The guy clearly had psychological allots since juniority, and bickerings with socialisation. He failed so hard in metabolism, he actually won. He has an admirable inventiveness, I'll tell you that. Much like a nine-year-old boy with a comic book obsession. He has negative respectable academic background, all talk and negative action too. I just don't understand how a person can take him seriously. You'd have to be very gullible or high on shrooms. While the formularizations are entertaining to explore, all they are is just that. Attitudes, thinkings fuelled by passionate mental disorder that anybody's out to get you. The saddest business is how he had to give the celebrities this super fashionable extraterrestial sense. Negative. They're sociopaths. They're humans. I understand that's hard to process - the expanse of human barbarism and self-indulgences. But it's purely a gray matter concern. I'm not sure he's aware of that. This book isn't happy and positive, not even spiritual. It's nothing but fear and pseudoscience. The author overtures negative keys or alternatives to the issues generosity faces new ("just be your true self!" he says), therefore this book has negative merit to it whatsoever. It's nothing but the half-crazed bitter ramblings of a divorced middle-aged brother obsessed with connecting particles that don't exist. He's dangerously convincing, the way Hitler was a passionate public speaker, but if you're perceptive enough, you'll start to notice the elaborate fiction this book really is and the poisonous ideologies it could germinate in your mind. Aside from that, and this is probably irrelevant, but I don't like his vibes either. They're cold, tense, erratic. Like a spasm of electric goings around. He doesn't look like a happy brother who's doing what he loves. It's almost like his metabolism depends on this. It's certainly some mold of unhealthy psychological concern. Whatever. If you are hopeless about human civilisation in its sum total and like the TV show "X-Files", this book is for you :)

2019-12-01 00:17

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