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ID number:993361
Published: 27.04.2021.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used

At first I wasn't quite sure if I liked this book, it was quite messy with present storylines mixing together, but then I started to get the main message of the book. I think that this book was very meaningful, with a really deep hidden story of how parents can mess up their children lives by pushing them to live up with their own unlived dreams. How you can so much concentrate on one thing that you forget about others, like in this case their other children, who actually wants to learn and wants to have friends and attention. I think that in real life there are too much people who actually lives like this. Children who are so desperate to please their parents that they just ends up being depressed and sad. And the same for parents who are not living their own dreams and pushes their children in sad never ending cycle. …

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