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Her frightened friends are praying for her recovery. Drifting in and out of consciousness, she feels a comforting presence. Is her imagination playing tricks on her, or is Melanie not as alone as she thinks? Of course Nicole is concerned about her so-called friend, but she has a modeling cont After a cheerleading stunt goes terribly wrong, Melanie is rushed to the hospital. Of course Nicole is concerned about her so-called friend, but she has a modeling contest to worry about. Especially now that Jesse has begun to take her seriously!
Jenna finally has a room she can call her own!
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Other Editions 3. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Apr 08, Lily rated it liked it. Proper review attached to book one; this makes wonderfully easy train reading. Nichole continues to diet for a chance at modeling, a chance to show Jesse what he passed up. Except for Nichole's response to it, the modeling part ends up being predictable.
Her friend Courtney thinks this chance at modeling is laughable and takes every chance she can to tell her.
Courtney is always canceling events with Nichole to be with Jeff who she's been spending more and more time with. Jenna is delighted in having her own bedroom. She's feeling a bit jealous at the attention Peter seems Nichole continues to diet for a chance at modeling, a chance to show Jesse what he passed up. She's feeling a bit jealous at the attention Peter seems to be giving someone else.
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Jesse has been preoccupied and doing less than stellar in football. Where before he was looked upon as its hero, now he's humiliated.
Leah has been losing sleep over mysterious Miguel and what he could be keeping from her. What is evident in this series is that some of the characters are Christian while others are not. That makes it true-to-life. What makes it less than true-to-life is the lack of advances between the sexes which is so apparent today. While it is refreshing to read books without sex scenes, one would have to wonder at the perfectness of the goody-goody characters and their ability to restrain themselves. This book is one of those teen books that is definitely written for teens and teens only.
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Neurologist and New Yorke r staple Oliver Sacks tackles the science of music in his usual style: guiding the reader through a hall of neurological curiosities as a means of cracking a difficult puzzle. The composer who loses the ability to perceive emotion in music after a stroke!
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