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Intentions by Deborah Heiligman
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Aug 04, 12

it was ok
Read in April, 2012

So, what happens to you when you lose all faith in humanity? Evidently, its' a mix of promiscuity, experimentation, and trouble with school. Now, to be fair, Intentions did a great job of finding a series of events that are *almost* believable. Almost. Meaning not. Not believable. What are the odds, really, of one spunky, happy-go-lucky teen falling down the slippery slope of substance abuse, crime, and pathetic woe-is-me depression and then be reborn from the ashes of understanding in under 300 pages? Any math majors out there want to tackle that one? This book was a means of passing time, but that time has passed, and so has my patience for this book. Read it if you want, but don't hold out for any warm fuzzies or personal epiphanies.
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