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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Quarter 1, Blog 4

Blue Moon
Alyson Noel
pg. 158

My book is based on people who are immortal so there are few similarities to my life, real world, society, etc. There are 'clicks' in the school Ever goes to which relates to society today. It is stereotypical and pretty much how society is set up. Certain groups can't hang with the 'outcasts', popular groups or the A' list, and so on. Ever struggles to maintain the most normal life she can live, but it is hard since she is not a normal teen. In this book, a lot of the teens act the same as in society today. The teens are emotional, start rumors, and pick fights like in today's society. The whole story is about a teen's life, but with the twist of immortality thrown in there. I would connect Ever to myself, because she likes to stay out of trouble and is a timid person.


  1. How is Ever not a normal teen? I agree with what you said about how teens are emotinal, start rumors, and pick fights like in today's society. It seems like everyday there is something new everyone is talking about in the school. I am also the same type of person as you are, I do not like to get in trouble and i can be timid sometimes as well. Your book sounds pretty good. Hope you enjoy it!

  2. Ever is immortal, so she is not exactly normal...


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