The Life of Glass

The Life of Glass

Book - 2010
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Throughout her freshman year of high school, fourteen-year-old Melissa struggles to hold onto memories of her deceased father, cope with her mother's return to dating, get along with her sister, and sort out her feelings about her best friend, Ryan.
Publisher: New York : HarperTeen, c2010.
Edition: 1st ed.
ISBN: 9780061686511
Branch Call Number: CAN
Characteristics: 340 p.

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elfster14
Aug 06, 2012

Sad, but good. Not much of a plot, but still a good find.

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abine9
Jul 05, 2011

The life of glass was a great book, a bit boring becuase it kept on gragging on. There where some unnessesary part. But a really good summer read i would say.

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Kurisutaru
Apr 27, 2011

ok....

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oilcountry04
Aug 11, 2010

this book is really catchy. i couldnt put it down.one of the best books ever

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Aug 11, 2010

oilcountry04 thinks this title is suitable for 13 years and over

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