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Eva by PETER DICKINSON
Eva by PETER DICKINSON
Eva by Peter Dickinson, is one of those books I read as an adolescent that thrilled me and compelled me to keep reading.

Issues of alienation, change, animal rights, celebrity, and body image are all addressed in this novel.

If you are a teen looking for a meaty science fiction read I would definitely urge you to check it out.

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It's Not How Good You Are, Its How Good You Want t&hellip by Paul Arden
The book itself is an example of Paul Arden's ability to market a product.

It's Not How Good You Are, It's How Good You Want To Be by Paul Arden is full of anecdotes and aphorisms of encouragement. Difficult times, moments of transition, and life-changing decisions are all opportunities for greatness according to Paul Arden. This marketing expert has found a fresh and fancy way of saying: you go girl!
Style Diaries: World Fashion from Berlin to Tokyo by Simone Werle
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Hey style mavens. This book is about everything but the blogging. The subjects are extremely stylish and each profile tells you a little about where the blogger lives and what motivates their style in a few sentences. Don't expect to learn anything about style blogs through this book. This diary is a series of introductions. Visiting each subject's blog gives you an entirely more satisfying and unique experience. So, The Style Diaries provides a great index of style blog addresses but it is a lame attempt at conveying a sense of the variety of style blogs out there. If you have an interest or hunger for style blogs this is a great appetizer, but it is not nearly enough for a meal.

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