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It seems to me that stories of rape or kidnapping or anythignelse that may involve someone being hurt were quite interesting I wouldsay that Picking Cotton was the same One of my greatest fearsinvolves me getting kidnapped or held against my will and forced to dosomething I ordinarrily would not In Picking Cotton I was notexpecting the main character Jennifer to not have been hurt firstoff and second to be a college student When i found out that Jennifernot only was woken up to a strange man and raped but she was a collegestudent I was not all that excited to be living out on my own Its notthe best thing to read about when its just about to be your first yearaway from home Welcome to College everyone this sort of stuff doeshappen It was a big wake up call for me to be more aware of dangersof being away from a sheltered life back at home Jennifer Thompson wrote Picking Cotton in a different sort ofway She first told the story in the eyes on Jennifer How thingslooked on her point of view exactly how things happened on the night ofher rape The next chapter was told in the view of Ronald Cotton thesuspect Writing this book in this pattern gave each character a turn toshow their side of the story I enjoyed being able to see both howJennifer whent through the rape and questioning and being able to seewhat actually happened with Cotton This gave both Jennifer and Cottona turn to tell their story That way we couldnt veiw our opinionsstrictly to one or the other Jennifer and Ron were able to tell thierindividual point of view of the story They were able to share each oftheir stories differently yet completely together This story was quite descriptive when it came to what actuallyhappened both during
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