Just Like That

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Speak, 2007 - Juvenile Fiction - 233 pages
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Things change so suddenly. one day Hanna has a long-term boyfriend; the next, she realizes she doesn’t have strong feelings for him and breaks up with him. one day Hanna trusts her two best friends completely; the next, all of that trust is toppled. And then Hanna finds herself the bearer of a major secret: she was the last person to see two teenagers before they died in an accident on the icy lake. she can’t tell anyone, so when Hanna finds herself drawn to will, the elusive boy she’s noticed around town, the kind of boy who’d increase any girl’s pulse, she doesn’t hold back. what she learns about him will astonish her. but what she learns about herself—her friendships, her family, her life—will affect her far more.

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User Review  - SaschaD - LibraryThing

This is an interesting book to review considering that it annoyed me so much at the beginning that I considered not finishing it, which can be done for a loaned ebook, but not so much for a purchased ... Read full review

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User Review  - satyridae - LibraryThing

I was deeply engaged by the protagonist of this one. Hanna deals with her world through her paints, her pencils, her crayons. She's prickly and sensitive and awkward. I liked her a lot, and was ... Read full review


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Marsha Qualey lives in Plymouth, Minnesota.

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