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  • Hi Evelyn,

    I really enjoyed this whole post about Music and the effect it has on people. As a person who enjoys listening to music and connects to it I highly agree. I made friends because of similar music taste and different ones as well. Music also helps me calm down in tough situations and makes me feel at peace and calm. so I really like…Read More

  • Dear Antonio,

    I agree with the fact that these disturbing and saddening videos should not be posted on social media. besides the fact that it is disturbing it is also a sign of disrespect to the person and there families. And they shouldn’t be taken as a joke but as something serious. It hurts to see people post these without the consent of…Read More

  • Hi Paige,

    I really liked the whole topic of how language can affect a persons mood negatively and positively. I really enjoyed the one part in which you add the test that they did at the Harvard Business school because it showed more thoroughly how language affects people. and its true when you said that when people her negative things they…Read More

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    Where is Margo

    “Paper Towns” by John Green has surprised me so many times from the beginning, to the adventure between Margo and Quentin, to the payback, Sea world, Quentin standing up, And Margo being missing, It's just that a lot has...

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    • Dear Nicolle,
      I am interested in your post because I’ve read Paper Towns before and I am curious about what your opinions about this book were.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “ And where did Margo go like what is going on?”
      because while I was reading the book, I had the same questions as well, like what’s happening? why and where did she go?
      Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because you explained your thoughts and opinions well.

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    Nicolle commented on the post, Couple Next Door

    Dear Ian,

    I like the way you described what she was going through and her depression because it showed part of the reason that she acted the way she did. The way you put it in got me wondering and wanting to find out more so I might just read it as well.

  • Dear Mathew,

    I really enjoyed how you explained the book and the situation they were in, I remember reading this book and watching the film in seventh grade and you did a great job explaining the events. and stating how the men were feeling, I remember it got me mad how they didn’t care for the case as much except for juror 8. overall, great…Read More

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    Nicolle commented on the post, One of us is Next

    Dear, Ocean

    I really enjoyed how you explained the traits of Phoebe and how she is, but I specifically enjoyed the part where you phoebe was getting molested and how this is a big problem now in days. But it also showed how Phoebe stood up and showed she is strong in such situation where some wont know what to do when stuck in that position.

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    What Is Life Without Risk

    The book “Paper Towns” by John Green is a really interesting and captivating book with things people have or may have gone through in life. The book also adds a bit of mystery to it which keeps you hooked...

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    • Dear Nicolle,
      I am interested in your post because I have read this book before. I really enjoyed it, so I was intrigued by your analysis of the beginning. You also did a brief analysis of Quentin which I found insightful as well.
      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “He often seems to be cautious and not very adventurous. If you are the outgoing type of person you may not want to unless your goal is to break his shell.” I think this is a good observation because it sets the tone for the dynamic between his character and Margo for the rest of the book. Margo was always the one having an adventure and trying to push the limits, while Quentin always played it safe. She wanted him to break out of his shell and finally live, and so she pushed him to do so.
      Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One of my friends is very outgoing and likes to live unpredictably, like Margo. She always is pushing me out of my shell and challenging me to try new things. People like this are very important because they can teach us so much about enjoying life.
      Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because of your insight on this book. It was fun to read a different perspective on the book and see how it can impact readers.

    • Dear Nicolle,
      I am intrigued by your post “What is life without risk” because I had also read this book. I really enjoy the way you talked about the way the author John Green told the story.
      One thing that you wrote that stands out is how you talked about the trip to Sea world. I think that it was one of the highlight of the book.
      Another thing that stood out was “This is typical of how this character acts in this book, so far.” This stood out because you talk about the character development of Quentin. One of my favorite parts was when Quentin and his friends went on the road trip and stopped to get new clothes.
      Since you liked this book I would also recommend the book “The Giver” by Lois Lowry!

    • Dear Nicolle
      I am interested in your post because the book seems to be quite intriguing by your description of it. after reading your post I want to read the book and figure out more about these characters and what happens next.

      One thing you said that stands out for me is: “He often seems to be cautious and not very adventurous.” I think this is interesting because it seems that the character might make some choices that lead to events that others might not chose to do and overall make him special in a way.

      Your post reminds me of something that happened to me. One time, I went on a trip to an amusement park for fun but there were some rides that I did not want to go on. but my friends when on it so I kinda peer pressured myself into doing it and it was not as bad as it seemed and I wanted to get on the rides over and over and over again. Its an example of “don’t knock it till you try it.”

      Thanks for your project. I look forward to seeing what you write next because you seem to have good taste in books and can explain what said book is about. It also shows how you perceive books that don’t really go and tell you everything about the person.

    • Dear Nicolle
      I am very intrigued by your post because you explained the story well and I like how you included the name of the author and also how you explained the book as “interesting and captivating” and the fact that you say the book includes things people might have gone through. It stood out to me when you said “He often seems to be cautious and not very adventurous.” This is interesting because the character seems to be very careful with himself and that makes him different.I don’t really personally connect to the story but I feel like I would definitely enjoy reading it.

    • Dear Nicolle,
      I am very interested by the title of your post really caught my attention what is life without a risk.I feel like taking risk is a part of life because we live and wed learn to never do that again.I think making mistakes is part of life.One sentence that really caught my attention was when you said along the lines of the book being so mysterious so it keeps you hook and you just wanna keep reading.That makes me wanna go check out the book and read it myself. Thank you for sharing about the current book that you are reading I look forward to reading about you next post hopefully it’s about a book that you are reading.

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    Nicolle is feeling Sad

    I’m still near the beginning because there is a lot of good parts in the book, “Paper Towns” by John Green page 52- I feel bad For Margo since her boyfriend cheated on her with who she thought was her bestfriend and a person that was her friend was nothing but toxic towards her so I understand her need for revenge.

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    Nicolle is feeling Shocked

    I’m still near the beginning of my book, “Paper Towns” by John Green page 48- I’m shocked cause I found out Margo’s boyfriend cheated on her with her bestfriend.

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    Nicolle is feeling Sleepy

    I’m in the beginning of my book “Paper Towns” by John Green page 36- I’m confused on what Margo has planned and why.

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    Nicolle posted in the group Book Club

    This book hooked me.

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    Mystery Of The Hidden Sniper

    Recently, I read “Cold Water Killer” by Andrew Hook.  I enjoyed this book. It was really interesting and made me wonder and the book kept me hooked and made me want to find out more. The protagonist is Mordant. His ...

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    Mystery Of The Hidden Sniper

    Recently, I read “Cold Water Killer” by Andrew Hook.  I enjoyed this book. It was really interesting and made me wonder and the book kept me hooked and made me want to find out more. The protagonist is Mordant. His ...

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    • Dear nicolle
      I am intrigued by your post the mystery of the hidden sniper. Because of the person to person conflict. And mystery of finding the man behind the rifles. One sentence that’s stands out for me is “The tension rises when he can’t understand why there aren’t any prints on the objects the sniper left behind” I think this is irritable. Because it doesn’t give you hope that the end of the book will be that the sniper is caught. Another sentence that I disliked was “ We never find out who was behind the sniper” this stood out to me because I like mystery to be solved in books. It seems you are very interested in mystery stories since that’s what I’m mostly encountering when I explore your page ,have you seen https://youtu.be/JZaI7V3MMDM I think you might be interested in this because as I said you seem to really like things including mystery.Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because I like the way you explain things easily. And you seem to like mystery books the same as me.

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    The Mystery Of Margo

    Quentin and Margo used to be really close best friends, one day when they were younger they were on their way to the park when suddenly they found a dead man on their way. The first three chapters of “Paper...

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    • Dear Nicolle
      I am satisfied about your post about Paper Towns because you explained the first chapters very well. You tell the main plot of the chapter very well.

      One sentence you wrote that stood out to me was “After this part of the book, most readers would probably will be looking forward to be reading the rest of this book” I think this is true because the book has a way of capturing the reader into being interested. The author tells the story in a way that makes the reader interested.
      Another sentence that I agreed with was “The first three chapters of Paper Towns might leave a reader a bit confused.” The first few chapters might not make sense at first but it would eventually make sense. The book makes more sense later on.
      I do agree with you that “It’s weird why she ask someone who isn’t close anymore” I agree with you on this since readers don’t get much context on what Margo is planning. I also agree because when the reader finds out what she is planning it gets very interesting.
      I thought you might be interested in The fault in Our Stars since it’s by the same author. Both of the books are really good books.
      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write next because the book gets really crazy. I hope you will enjoy the book

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