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Little Pills by Melody Dodds
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Seventeen-year-old Charlotte Navarro starts taking pills and more pills until her sister hates her, she meets a dangerous boy, and she steals from her Gramma. Will she get help before it's too late for her and her friends?
"Little Pills" tells a provocative story about addiction and how it affects individuals, families and relationships. I read the book in an hour because I couldn't put it down. But it's a tough read. Any book about addiction, particularly with teens, troubles me since addiction has affected numerous loved ones. Plus, the writing doesn't flow sometimes and the story includes unnecessary details in places. However, this book is also an important read since it offers insight into addiction and its effects. For that reason, I can recommend "Little Pills."

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Reading Progress

March 28, 2019 – Started Reading
March 28, 2019 – Shelved
March 28, 2019 – Finished Reading

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