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One Thousand Paper Cranes by Takayuki Ishii
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Sep 16, 2011

it was ok

This book was scary, and upsetting. I had nightmares about it all the time after reading it.
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message 3: by Jennie (new)

Jennie Mars Way to be mature about it.


message 2: by Tc (new) - rated it 2 stars

Tc I was about 9 or 10 when I read it, and I'm 13 now I still hate the thought of that horror that happened in Japan!!!


message 1: by Jennie (new)

Jennie Mars Tc wrote: "I was about 9 or 10 when I read it, and I'm 13 now I still hate the thought of that horror that happened in Japan!!!"

That's exactly what the book is trying to make a point at, the horrors of the war. Don't rate it a 1 if you AGREE WITH THE BOOK'S STATEMENT. Talk about illogical. By the way, mmmuulllttiiippllee lllleettttttteerrsss iinnn yyoouurr rreepppllyyy iiissss aaaannnnooyyiinnggg aaannnddd immmmmmaaattuuuree.


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