Official Review: Karina by E.B. Mann

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Re: Official Review: Karina by E.B. Mann

Post by Philip Chepsingil » 13 Oct 2018, 02:47

I get the story from your review. I would check out this book. It seems captivating.

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Post by falesha » 15 Oct 2018, 14:35

This book "Karina" has this string of attachment to it.. just by reviewing it I felt like i was in the story experiencing wat the character was feeling.. it's drawn to my emotions.
because I too felt like a part of my past is blurred so reading this book's helps me a lot. I myself is becoming aware of my self and my past. So intriguing

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Post by fredrick otieno » 18 Oct 2018, 07:57

This is a must read for all the teens who are finding it so hard to fit in the society. It would help them understand that we all got weaknesses in the inside even though we might look strong on the outside.... even though some might think of it as just fiction add and read it just for fun, many will be inspired by how Karina handles her challenges.

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Post by Vitter Krane » 18 Oct 2018, 14:58

Its unfortunate that Karina and Mary Blair are discriminated in school because of their conditions. Discrimination is something immoral and acceptable. This book serve as a wake up call against discrimination.

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Post by Sumra Abbas » 19 Oct 2018, 09:43

super-natural writing in style. Indeed its really capitivating

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Post by NhkeiraT » 20 Oct 2018, 10:18

Love the review. I might just be hooked. As soon as I saw past lives, I just knew that I needed to get this book.

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Post by evan1995muniz » 22 Oct 2018, 11:09

going through a door into a winter wonderland? sounds like a parady of the lion, the witch, and the wardrobe. although, i am interesting in the talking fish. I am unsure if i will read this one, thanks for the awesome review.

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Post by JHuschle519 » 23 Oct 2018, 03:36

Thank you for the great review. This sounds like it will be a very good read, and I will definitely be adding it to my reading list. I love that her physical scar disappears after her "soul" begins to heal. Also, all of the magical elements of the story really appeal to me.

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