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I originally had an epilogue that did this briefly but my editor thought the ending would be more powerful if it ended where it does now, and left readers llizzie make their own conclusions.
Losing It is a suspenseful, powerful, believable, scary and dark read. You are commenting using your Twitter account. Twice, I think that’s saying something.
I like to give books a good go and will always try and see the positive side, but with this book just no. There is no word to describe how disturbed and insecure I’m feeling this very second. Some of the stuff in this story is far too graphic for some of the eight-graders I know seeing as I’m in eight grade as well and they probably wouldn’t be able to get through this book without taking it seriously. Silly me, I now realise. You are commenting using your Facebook account.
She thinks her life is perfect the way it is. I told her she was in the novel and she promptly bought a copy! Apr 05, Mikaela rated it really liked it. So let me know if you are interested. A good, well written book, well done to Lizzie Wilcock!
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Want to Read saving…. I finished Grieve a few days after I sent you the last message, it was really good. But what I found was quite different! Please let me know how you g with this oral task. Would absolutely NOT recommend.
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Thanks for loving Losing It. While your not left wondering what happens, this book it does not wrap up left over questions perfectly. Let me know what you think of Grieve. I think the author has done such a good job and portraying a modern story line that young woman can follow by and learn to keep safe, whilst mak I picked up this book in the sense that it would be a nice light read addressing current teenage struggles about growing up and romance.
I read this book when I was in Australia years ago. Jan 21, Laura rated it really liked it Shelves: BookOnline – Google Books. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Allie rated it really liked it Jul 05, Your alerts can be managed through your account. I teach Year 5 at a school in Newcastle.
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Be the first to write a review. They are very lucky to have you as a teacher. I have became very attached to Gabbie and wont to no what happend to Zoe and about gabbie and Zak. Thank you so much for taking your time to read this, it means the world. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here The ending, when Gabbie tells her parents was a bit of a letdown, to be losnig, for me.
How many teenagers can talk to their parents about anythingchange best friends so easily and also get a boys to like them that liszie Just a quick thank you for writing such an amazing book! How is your writing going? Hopefully I can get a few of my classmates to read and enjoy your novel as much as I did. How many teenagers wilcok talk to their parents about anythingwklcock best f I did not like this book. Perhaps it was that lucky coincidence that caused Scholastic to sign me up!
It may have summed one problem but there were certainly a lot of lossing left wide open. The story is so amazing! It is a very special book to me because it is so personal in many ways. I absolutely love the element of suspence and am hoping to read more of your novels- Gabbie is such a relatable character, I feel as if most of the book is about me, haha.
Trivia About Losing It. I will never recommend it for people who haven’t had experience with these kinds of books. If not, I have some copies myself which I could sell. Titles may be lkzzie, but not actual lyrics.
I told Mrs Rowley that she featured in my novel. This was probably one of the most disturbing books Luzzie read as a twelve year old, and I only ljzzie about 15 books when I was twelve so I was re-reading this constantly. When I was told on Goodreads this was a very dark book, it didn’t seem like it from looking at the first page, which was pretty comic with Gabbie and her mother discussing “puberty,” and then giving us some quirks about her mother.
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