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I read the book Go Ask Alice The author was anonymous The main character was a girl and her name was not mentioned It was written as a diary I thought that this book was very interesting because it was true it is based on an actual diary of a fifteen-year-old drug userIn the beginning she has a break up with her boyfriend and is anorexic She eats very little She overcomes that obstacle though The girl moves because her father gets a job at a university as a professor She moves with her father mother brother Tim and her sister Alex She has a hard time fitting in at her new school She hates it One day though she meets a girl named Beth Beth and she talk about boys and drugs and how they hope never to do them Beth goes away to a Jewish camp and when Beth returns she has a boyfriend and is able to spend less time with the main characterWhile Beth was at summer camp the main character went to her grandparents There unintentionally she tried drugs She tried Speed and she liked it a lot Once she went back home she became friends with a girl named Chris They get a job together and do a lot of drugs together Her parents are extremely upset with her From then on things just became worse and worse Everything goes down hill She begins to do worse drugs and other things the she said at the beginning of the book were wrong She ends up running away twice and that is only the beginning of it So many things happened in this girls life I thought the book was boring in the beginning only because there was no real problem As the book continued though I just got more and more into it The best part of the book was probably when she was in a mental institution Everything
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