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Sign Language by Amy Ackley
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Apr 20, 12

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Read from April 16 to 20, 2012

Amazing, incredible, great, fanastic, excellent etc. etc. etc.

Characters: All the characters I think were amazing, they each held what personality I thought was appropriate for people going through that time. I felt sorry for all the Norths and I couldnt help want to help them with all their problems. They each had their own way of dealing with life and I loved that and each character I could see actually living and I actually felt like I wanted to meet them and talk to them about life and thats something I have never experienced before.

Plot: This story touched me dearly because the main character was my age when it happened to her and I couldnt imagine what I would be like in the same shoes but even after I finished this story I felt myself thinking about that family. At first I thought that all the characters' emotions were a bit over made but after I thought about it, it would be exactly how any other person might act. This sotry has a lot of wise things that can help anyone in their everday life and I love that.

Overall: Overall I feel that this book is for ages 12- whatever age you are because I feel that anyone will love this story as much as I did. It might affect girls a bit more but I still think boys can read it if they. I love this story and I literally cannot say anything but good things about it. Dont judge this book by the cover or even the summary because neither of those things even begin to explain this book. I love it and please check it out.



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