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Jan 17
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Is Legend just a story, or does it have a real theme that can make a huge difference?

    Were you ever in a situation where you knew something wasn’t right? You were being held against your own beliefs, doing something that, deep down, you knew you didn’t want to do, forced to make decisions you knew were not the correct ones, and realized that you had to fight for what you believed in? Legend shows this throughout the story. Legend is told from the perspective of two characters, June and Day. June is a prodigy, and very loyal to the Republic, or the government. She follows…See More
Sep 14, 2016
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Aug 26, 2016

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Falling... and Losing Yourself

Posted on January 14, 2017 at 12:00am 0 Comments

*SOME SPOILERS FOR CRANK BY ELLEN HOPKINS*

The decisions you make aren't always carefree and don't matter too much. Of course, maybe you often make decisions affecting your daily life, like who you're going to hang out with that day, or what movie you want to see. But there are also those decisions that you may make that are much more important than that. Something that maybe you shouldn't only take one minute to decide. Something that you need…

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Prodigy: Beyond The task, But What Might Come Of It?

Posted on October 23, 2016 at 11:58pm 0 Comments

           Did you ever feel like you were doing something very dangerous, but deep down you know you had no choice? Your whole self wasn’t completely willing to do something, but you knew that you had to do something in order to get something? Prodigy, a sequel to Legend, is told from the perspectives of June and Day, just like in Legend. The book begins with June and Day trying to make their way…

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Is Legend just a story, or does it have a real theme that can make a huge difference?

Posted on August 28, 2016 at 12:00am 0 Comments

    Were you ever in a situation where you knew something wasn’t right? You were being held against your own beliefs, doing something that, deep down, you knew you didn’t want to do, forced to make decisions you knew were not the correct ones, and realized that you had to fight for what you believed in? Legend shows this throughout the story. Legend is told from…

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