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White Lines by Tracy Brown
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Oct 16, 09

it was amazing

Synopsis-In this book Jada runs away from home at the age of 16. She does whatever she wants and eventually became a crackhead. When she finally found the strength to stop and get clean she met a guy named Born and shortly fell in love.They go throuqh there ups and downs and Jada turns back into a crackhead and her boyfreind leaves her. 3 years later Born spots out Jada and realizes she is clean from all her mistakes and problem and they reunite.


Classification- This book is targeted more on teenagers and adults because the things the charaters go through only are realted to adults and teenagers. It wouldnt be appropriate for kids because they wouldnt really understand whats going on.Adults would probrably be the best because the main charater is a goes through things that mostly adults go through and some ofthem can probably could relate or know's someone that can relate.

Criticsim-This book is good literature. I like how the story is descriptive enough to make you feel like its a movie in stead of a book. It makes you feel like your watching over the characters and you'r attached to them. I dont like how some of the things seem like that couldnt happen.
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Paige he really reunites with him in 10 years


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