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I Know It's Over by C.K. Kelly Martin
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Apr 09, 2011

really liked it
Read from April 09 to 13, 2011

I Know It’s Over is a book with deep and interesting concepts, sex and homosexuality. Sex and homosexuality is one of many things that some teens go through.

I haven’t read a book where you are reading in the male’s perspective when it comes down to sex and pregnancy. Typically, sex and pregnancy are in a female’s point of view, but not in I Know It’s Over.

I really like the fact that we get to read what the guy thinks about sex and his sexual encounters. To me, Nick seems like a person who would do the right thing. He is nice and caring. He is a very curious person. Who’s not at their teenage years? He was willing to try. However, he, like any typical guy, would pressure girls. Something about him knows where the limit stands and knows when he should stop pressuring even though he thinks about it a lot.

Although I don’t agree with the Nick’s ex-girlfriend’s decision of the outcome of her pregnancy, I feel that sometimes it may be the best for her. I, however, would choose a different route. I don’t think that I can live with myself if I did what she did. There is a lot to consider when someone is that young and pregnant. I do understand the decision she had made.

Homosexuality discussed in this book seems to be how everyone will feel if they came out of the closet. I feel like that’s what everyone would act if they knew the one they love are homosexuals. However, those who are homosexuals does have it hard on them too because they are made fun of and not taken seriously.

I really enjoy this book because it conveys something in the bigger picture. It’s a wonderful read and I recommend this to those who are and aren’t aware about sex, pregnancy, and homosexuality.
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Nomes I loved this book too (well, you know, 4 stars :)

fantastic job on the review!


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