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Go Ask Alice (English Edition) par [Anonymous]
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Go Ask Alice (English Edition) Format Kindle

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Longueur : 192 pages Word Wise: Activé Composition améliorée: Activé
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The torture and hell of adolescence has rarely been captured as clearly as it is in this classic diary by an anonymous, addicted teen. Lonely, awkward, and under extreme pressure from her "perfect" parents, "Anonymous" swings madly between optimism and despair. When one of her new friends spikes her drink with LSD, this diarist begins a frightening journey into darkness. The drugs take the edge off her loneliness and self-hate, but they also turn her life into a nightmare of exalting highs and excruciating lows. Although there is still some question as to whether this diary is real or fictional, there is no question that it has made a profound impact on millions of readers during the more than 25 years it has been in print. Despite a few dated references to hippies and some expired slang, Go Ask Alice still offers a jolting chronicle of a teenager's life spinning out of control.

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This "classic" about a girl's struggle with drug addiction is still being read widely by young adults. Written in diary form, it covers a year in the life of a 15-year-old as she's first introduced to drugs and then as she tries and fails repeatedly to shake the habit. Moore does an excellent job with the difficult task of narrating the diary entries, which are repetitious and noticably lacking in action. Nevertheless, Moore reads with great emotion and is convincing as a teenaged girl. As she reads each entry, the listener knows from the outset, just from the tone of her voice, whether the main character is on or off drugs. Unfortunately, even her impeccable performance isn't enough to keep this from becoming tedious. This audiobook would have been much more successful in abridged form. S.S.R. (c)AudioFile, Portland, Maine

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  • Format : Format Kindle
  • Taille du fichier : 744 KB
  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 192 pages
  • Pagination - ISBN de l'édition imprimée de référence : 0689817851
  • Editeur : Simon Pulse; Édition : Reprint (13 juillet 1999)
  • Vendu par : Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Langue : Anglais
  • ASIN: B000FC0PA8
  • Synthèse vocale : Activée
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  • Lecteur d’écran : Pris en charge
  • Composition améliorée: Activé
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 5.0 étoiles sur 5 3 commentaires client
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J'ai seulement 13 ans et j'ai lu ce livre en 1 jours ,je ne voulais pas le poser il etait tellement bien, ce livre ma donner une autre percpective sur la vie et j'en suis reconnaissante.Merci
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 who felt like an outcast 15 décembre 2016
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Go Ask Alice
In the book, Go Ask Alice, a young girl, who felt like an outcast, was invited to a party. The kids who were there were considered popular at her old school. She was so excited to finally be accepted by them, all she ever really wanted was to be one of them. During the party, they decided to play a game. The girl wasn't sure what the game was, but decided it would be a good idea to participate. A few moments when by, and then she started to feel weird. She soon found out that she had just taken a drug called LSD. This is what started it all. The girl became addicted. Her life went into a downward spiral. She had left home, took more and more drugs, and put herself into a lot of danger. She experienced highs and lows throughout her time with drugs, and this book goes into depth with personal recollections of how she felt through it all. It explained how easy it was for something that wasn't in her control to begin with to get out of hand and turn into something much worse. When it first happened at that party, she had continuously told herself that she doesn't “think [she’ll] ever try it again,” but also never wanted to give up the feeling of each trip. That's what I like about this book. It talks about why she enjoyed taking drugs, but also shows the terrible consequences that she had to face because of it. It showed her struggle each time drugs were near her, and how much willpower it took for her not to take them. The situations were somewhat realistic, and showed how easy it was for her to hide her addiction from the people she was close with. You truly never know who around you could be like Alice. I would recommend reading Go Ask Alice, but it was not exactly what I expected it to be. I thought it was actually the young girl’s diary, when in reality an author wrote it. This took away from the lessons and meaning the book aimed to teach. Another critique I would have is that it was fast paced and felt like time went by very quickly, causing you to feel like you missed a lot of her life. Overall, it was well written and worth reading. LK
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3.0 étoiles sur 5 but there were parts I liked so I went with three 23 octobre 2015
Par MelissaJean - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Kind of wavered between giving this two or three stars, but there were parts I liked so I went with three. My boyfriend recommended this because he remembered reading it in middle school and thought it was awesome, though he did add as an after thought that he wasn't sure if he'd still like it or not. He's not a reader, so I figured it must be pretty good. After finishing it I realized that, had I read this in middle school, I probably would have loved it as well. Reading it now though, I can't say the same.

First off, I'm gonna say that you can't go into this thinking it was actually a real diary because it just simply is not. It's been ripped apart by people saying a teenage girl would normally ramble on more about boys and idle chit chat, but in the books defense who would actually read it then? It's clear it's not real, but let's be honest with the exception of Anne Frank, no one is interested in a reading a teenage girls diary.

It does have it's ups and downs, and I did get attached to the main character, but so many times I found myself wondering where it was actually going. It gets near the end and she's doing good and I was just happy with how things were working out for her. Then, in the last entry she just kind of adds, as an after thought, that she doesn't think she'll keep a diary forever because adults don't need to, even though she makes it clear she doesn't feel like an adult yet. Really just out of no where she mentions adults don't need to write in diaries and suddenly she's done. It felt like the author (Beatrice Sparks) wasn't sure how to end it/ got sick of writing and just kinda tossed that in there. And then there's the epilogue. And you're left with a, "where did that come from?" feeling. Again, she didn't work it in very well, and jumped from one extreme to the next.

This may be a spoiler so if you really don't want to spoil the ending don't read this part, but after the book ended I could think of only one thing. If you've ever seen the movie Mean Girls, during the sex ed. classes the gym teacher says "Don't have sex, you WILL get pregnant, and you WILL die." I feel like Beatrice Sparks is that gym teacher's mother. "Don't do drugs, you WILL die." That's really how sporadic the ending felt for me.

All in all, I didn't hate it, but it could've been done a lot better.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I thought it'd be kind of boring now that I'm 56 yrs old 17 mai 2017
Par Amazon Customer - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
I first read Go Ask Alice when I was in middle school. My sister asked me to buy it for her~ so I did. I thought it'd be kind of boring now that I'm 56 yrs old. I was wrong!! It is even more meaningful to me now! I work with the public and see a LOT of drug addicted people. This book is so worth-the-read for every young person. I highly suggest reading this book!!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 I Encourage Everyone To Read This Book 9 septembre 2011
Par Bookish - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
"Go Ask Alice" is a very good, easy read. This is the type of book I believe everyone should read so we can understand the effects drugs have on people. It helped me understand the hardships children and young adults go through and just how easy it is to fall into the drug world.
Reading it has reminded me just how lucky I am and the importance of having a good, loving family.
It's a great book and it makes me mad to know that it has been banned inside a lot of high schools; if these kids read anything, they should read books like this so they don't fall down the same road as the unnamed, main character.
When reading this, keep in mind that it truly isn't written by an anonymously by a girl who went through the situation, it was written by Beatrice Sparks, a psychologist; it doesn't really change the affect the book has on its reader but I do feel that prospective readers deserve to know that the diary isn't a true diary from a troubled teenager.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Amazing Outlook From a Teenagers Perspective 12 septembre 2014
Par Kim Kundinger - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
This book is phenomenal. I think it reaches out to the audience it is intended for perfectly, such as teenagers struggling from peer pressure. I loved how raw and open it was and it really gives insight to the mind of a teenager and the world they live in. However, I do not like how to book ended. It did not really give information to her recovery from drugs, why her recovery went downhill and how she ultimately ended up overdosing. I think the ending was cut off very abrupt and short with little to no detail of what the teen was going through. One thing I do enjoy a lot about the book is that it portrays how teenagers think drugs are awesome and that although their life is worse than it was before drugs, they think its awesome now. It shows how drugs warp the mind of a teenager and as a reader you sit there and think, your really happy with you life? Many teenagers do not think they will end up in that situation, even if they do harmless drugs but this book shows how teenagers can move from gateways drugs to prescription pills, LSD, and other hard-core drugs. It also depicts how strong peer pressure affects a teenager and how some teens are tricked into doing drugs. Overall I really enjoyed this book and felt the other reached out to her audience spectacularly.
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