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For I pity them

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Pity, what is it? It’s the feeling of sorrow and compassion caused by the sufferings and misfortunes of others. I don't pity those who are poor, ill, dying, yes I do feel sorry and pain, seeing them in such a condition, but I pity those who are rich, spoiled and have everything. Why? Read on...... ...more
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Published November 26th 2020
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Dec 12, 2020 rated it really liked it
I can't believe she is only 13 years old- ...more
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Dec 08, 2020 rated it really liked it
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4 stars!

I just- WOW. I finished this in one whole sitting and was hooked the entire time. Aanya writes with such maturity beyond her age and I loved her passionate, resolute, unflinching voice! The poems she wrote were also extremely impactful. Thank you Aanya for the copy!

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Aaliya Naqvi
Nov 24, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I have never felt such a loss of words……. I will say that her writing is polite but quite persuasive😂😂😂😉 but I think the poems she wrote and the content were really mature.(I mean to say that she has written it after experiencing it.) She has used scientific research too. I think that this was a very good book and it is worth every penny 😊 she concludes it by saying…. I think you should read it and see for yourself.

Dec 25, 2020 rated it really liked it

THANKYOU AANYA FOR SENDING ME THIS BOOK!! I cant tell you how happy I am to write this review!

I reallyy. Wow. I am just lost for words. This book left me shocked and just speechless!! This book is truly inspirational and I just don't know how I can explain this.

What the book is about:
In this short story, Potterhead writes about how she pities the rich for they are clueless. She believes that the poor are not the ones who should be pitied for, we should help them, not pity them. She also beli
Jan 24, 2021 rated it it was amazing
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Very nice. I like the exploration of ideas and creativity.
Great Job Aanya 👍
Jan 17, 2021 rated it really liked it
she wrote this at just 13 and when I was 13 I was crying because Leo Valdez isn't real
I usually don't read these type of books but this was a pleasant surprise
The young of her age is evident in her writing at some parts but is that really important since I'm sure she'll have a bright future waiting for her if she's already writing that well?
Nov 27, 2020 rated it really liked it
This book was a whole new perspective on the human emotion that we call "pity". I loved how Aanya was able to convey her strong emotions and feelings through just the use of simple words. It's such a short book, one that can be read in a sitting, and yet it is quite powerful and moving. I loved the poems especially, they were so thought-provoking.
All in all, a great read and I highly recommend it.
Kapil Sachdeva
Nov 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I like the way u had written along with the problems u put together so well good effort keep it up!!!
Just three words:-

It's really awesome. Keep up the good work :D
Jan 27, 2021 added it
A wonderful book by a wonderful author ! A fantastic must read ...I totally agreed wid her thoughts .... honest thoughts n a veryyy provoking book ..!
The ill ., and the underprivileged don’t need our pity .., it’s the rich who need pity cuz they cannot get out of their comfort zones ! We humans need pity for our heinous crimes and actions ..! I completely agree with you Aanya ..! ✌️
I’ve read it lots of times already
Every time I enjoy it more 🤓
Congratulations Aanya may you have many more pub
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