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  • Shelbi Still

    Go Ask Alice. Great book.

  • Kaila Nigh

    Go Ask Alice by Anonymous. I read this my freshman year of high school and can honestly say it helped me find my true self. Pretty damn depressing, but worth reading. Definitely puts life in perspective.

  • Rae Klassen

    Go Ask Alice is a diary of a girl dealing with a lot of problems in high school. She deals with depression, boyfriends, running away, family issues, and drugs. The sad thing is many teens go through this experience all the time. Reading this book makes you want to pay more attention to the people around you.

  • Sharon

    Good book, read this in middle school

  • Ashley Smathers

    Good book. Read it in high school lit. It def left an impression

  • Nef

    Go ask Alice - one of my teen favorites. #book #anonymous

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