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Half Bad
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Sally Green
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All I have to say is this is a must read book. I never could really put it down and when I did I got pulled right back into the book.
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The War to end all wars
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Russal freedman
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really good documentary on WW1. At the end I almost cried :(
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A Clockwork Orange
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Anthony Burgess
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This dystopian novel, first published in 1962, follows Alex, a gang member who seems to only do bad. The law catches up to him, and he goes to state prison for years, until he is chosen to undergo a new treatment that can "change criminals to do only good," and have him out of prison in two weeks. But anyone who can only do bad, or only do good, is no longer a human being.

I liked this book! The writing style reminded me a bit of Shakespeare, because many of the words in this book are from slang made by the author. After finding a wiki page with the meanings of the slang, it became much easier to understand.
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Fictional book about people getting younger rather than older as the years pass due to a shot the had when they were 100