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The Final Bittersweet Tear

eBook (PDF), 227 Pages
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The Final Bittersweet Tear is the unforgettable journal of a distraught teenage girl. Melody Crumb has just turned 15 and still does not have a single friend. She is a lonely, overweight, below-average looking girl that can not gain control of her life. Each journal entry brings you closer to understanding what Melody had to endure everyday. Eventually, she realizes how great being a teenager can really be. Just as Melody gets used to her new and improved life, it is shattered by the people she cares about the most. She progresses deeper and deeper into depression until she can no longer accept what has happened to her. And in the end, she makes a decision that will change everyone's lives forever. So it doesn’t matter if you are the bully or the victim, The Final Bittersweet Tear should be read by each and every teenager. The author anticipates that this book will help every one of her readers understand how being cruel can affect another person.
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Product Details

Publisher
Jabwren Publishing
Published
September 29, 2011
Language
English
Pages
227
File Format
PDF
File Size
651.67 KB
Product ID
17465021

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Supported Devices Windows PC/PocketPC, Mac OS, Linux OS, Apple iPhone/iPod Touch... (See More)
# of Devices Unlimited
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Printable? Yes
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