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Review: Before I Fall

Editorial Review - Bookreporter.com - Terry Miller Shannon

Samantha Kingston doesn't have the weightiest of matters on her mind the morning of Friday, February 12th, the day she dies. It's the typical concerns of a popular high school senior that preoccupy her: How many roses will she receive today during the popularity contest Cupid Day? Will she and longtime crush (and now boyfriend) Rob actually do the deed tonight as she has promised? Sam rides to ... Read full review

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I read this book and instenly fell in love!!

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amazing story

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This book is fantastic and I enjoy reading it.

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i would like to see the movie i haven't read it all but it is so good already... all stars for me.

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this book I would recommend to anyone who feels too busy,too caught up in life's hustle that they forget to take a break and enjoy the moments that are so precious yet so easily ignored. I for one would want to know what would happen once am not flesh but spirit. after reading this book, something downed in me.The last moment am sharing with people I love might be the very last. its sad to even think about it but wouldn't it be great pleasure to go down to the grave happy and contented that you helped as many people as you could or you did the right thing as far as right is concerned? Samantha Kingston lived her last day 7 times, enough to realise that some things you do thinking that you will get away with them or "its not much of a big deal", really do hurt some people so much to get them thinking of committing suicide!!enough to want to help out the people she thought she hated so much which in contrast turn out to be really good people when she gets to know them better.
THIS IS A GOOD READ
 

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I felt that this novel was very juvenile and petty. It is focused on high school drama, and although it had a beautiful message, it lacked conviction and victimized the protagonist, Samantha Kingston.

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i loved this book... but i really didnt like the ending, did not make too much sense to me (as in the whole "halo" part. well i mean i get it - that the golden hair was like a halo, but it wasnt too important to the book). it just kind of left me hanging, i know that she said the rest i had to figure out for myself... but i would recommend this to a friend. overall those were the only parts i didnt LOVE. 

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Tayla
This book is geat

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