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Trine To me it doesn't matter anymore. I was a troubled teen when I read it and "Alice" helped me realize, that I should face my problems instead of hiding…moreTo me it doesn't matter anymore. I was a troubled teen when I read it and "Alice" helped me realize, that I should face my problems instead of hiding in substance abuse or commit suicide. Both options I considered and both options I'm proud to say, I've never tried.
Fiction or nonfiction, the issues are real and the story should be respected as such.
I'm sure I'm not the only reader who believes, that characters don't have to be real to make an impact.(less)
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Scott Because this is blatantly fabricated anti-drug propaganda, written by someone with negligible understanding of psychoactive drug use. The particulars…moreBecause this is blatantly fabricated anti-drug propaganda, written by someone with negligible understanding of psychoactive drug use. The particulars of her demise are unimportant. The key message here is: DO DRUGS AND YOU DIE!

Never mind which drugs and how they might induce death. The protagonist was a druggie so she had it coming. From the moment she took a puff of weed she started down a slippery slope that must inevitably lead to her death, by the logic of this story. (less)
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Scott Because she is a figment of the authour's imagination.
Reyna The main character was never named throughout the novel, which is one flaw I find extremely bothersome. She was once compared to at some point in the…moreThe main character was never named throughout the novel, which is one flaw I find extremely bothersome. She was once compared to at some point in the book to Alice, from Alice in Wonderland, hence the title. (less)

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