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Review Date: 6/23/2008
6 member(s) found this review helpful.
"In her witty, obnoxious, sarcastic style, Chelsea Handler had me rolling with the tales of her youth. She takes all of the things we silently think about our lives and situations and says them out loud. It was terrific!"
Review Date: 10/14/2008
1 member(s) found this review helpful.
"OMGosh. Once I started this I couldn't put it down. Anna was born to be a donor for her dying sister, Kate. Anna doesn't want to be a donor anymore. You experience this story from all sides, each chapter written from a different point of view. It's not confusing - it's enlightening. It makes you wonder which is more important - our sense of self or our sense of responsibility to our famly and loved ones. And it makes you realize that you never know what is going on inside another persons head, no matter how well you think you know someone. Being a parent myself - I can't imagine how I would ever decide, if I had to choose between one child and the other. I'd probably say "Take Me" instead - but funny how life doesn't give us the options that make decisions easy. This book is an experience, and will open up many questions in your mind.
Enjoy it - it's a keeper!
Review Date: 10/11/2008
5 member(s) found this review helpful.
"By the end of this book, I wasn't just teary-eyed, I was CRYING. It was so good. While the jumping back and forth can be confusing if you aren't giving the story your full attention, it's such a great story. Definitely worth a read."
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