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Has anyone read "Rhymes with Witches?" (Lauren Myracle)

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Self explanatory, LOL. I just got done reading it and I thought it was good, but kind of disturbing with the whole cats thing, LOL. But other than that it was good! What do you think?

Message Edited by MattW on 02-05-2008 09:25 AM
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Re: Has anyone read "Rhymes with Witches?" (Lauren Myracle)

I'm not sure what to think, I mean on the one hand the are frickin' awesome to find such an easy way to be popular and I applaud them, but on the other they are complete bitches for making others suffer because they are too pathetic to be liked for being themslves. I thought it was good and I loved that the Bitches weren't taken down at the end because come on, that's life. Of course that makes me want to take down all the bad we've got going on. Maybe that's the point.
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Re: Has anyone read "Rhymes with Witches?" (Lauren Myracle)

Yes, and it proves that dump your friends for ratty populars, you'll be sorry.
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Re: Has anyone read "Rhymes with Witches?" (Lauren Myracle)

this was the stangest book ever, it couldn't like pick a plot. sometimes it was girl drama, then it was horor, and then it was like fantasy! it was so bad!
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Re: Has anyone read "Rhymes with Witches?" (Lauren Myracle)

Well I love ttyl and ttfn by lauren myracle but rhymes with witches wasn't that great. it was pretty disgusting and kind of boring. Her other books are much better.
He was the poet while she was the muse...
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Re: Has anyone read "Rhymes with Witches?" (Lauren Myracle)

i definitely did not like this book.
it was just bad.
i don't like her other books either.
i hate reading IM conversations in books.
It's a love story, baby just say yes.