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READ PDF Ì By the Time You Read This, I'll Be Dead ⚡ Daelynerster Selbstmordversuch vor f nf Jahren, da sie von ihren Mitsch lern wegen ihres bergewichts drangsaliert wird Letzter Selbstmordversuch vor einem Jahr tr gt seitdem eine Nackenschiene und ist vor bergehend stumm N chster Selbstmordversuch fr hestens inTagen dieses Mal soll es der Letzte sein Aus diesem Grund meldet sich Daelyn bei dem Internetforum Durch das Licht an, das Tipps f r einen gelungen Suizid, aber auch die M glichkeit ihre ngste und Sorgen zu teilen, bietet Doch dann lernt sie den witzigen Santana kennen, der fasziniert von ihr ist Gelingt es ihm, Daelyn ins Leben zur ck zu holen I thought that it was a good book to show how drasticly people react to things like being called names and being made fun of I feel like the people in this book actually exist Although I really liked this book, there was a reason for me giving it four stars She gave up She was a hard character to get at the beginning because I haven t had to deal with characters before, but by the end of the book I viewed her as a heroine and she died She Just Gave Up I really liked her character and I thought that it was a good book to show how drasticly people react to things like being called names and being made fun of I feel like the people in this book actually exist Although I really liked this book, there was a reason for me giving it four stars She gave up She was a hard character to get at the beginning because I haven t had to deal with characters before, but by the end of the book I viewed her as a heroine and she died She Just Gave Up I really liked her character and wish that in the end she didn t die.Every book that I ve read has had some sort of happy ending Ever since I was little, Oh, she got her prince or The evil witch died and the people in the kingdom lived happily ever after In real life happily ever after is so hard to achieve that I don t think it has happened to anyone Although when adults read those magic stories to you they made you think that everything was going to be all right when in the back of their mind they know isn t true That s why those five and six year old girls think that by the time that they turn sixteen they will be married to a handsome prince and live in a pink castle.This book was my first realization into what can happen to people that are your best friends, or just some random person you pass in the hall on your way to class The way that she died and the information in the back of the book really opened my eyes to what can happen I told my mom what this book was about and she shooshed me because the topic that it s on is too too, I don t even know I am thoroughly surprised that they kept it on the summer reading list.Recently, a boy that I knew attempted to commit suicide and ended up getting put in a medically induced coma A week and a half later he died and the teachers couldn t even talk to us about it I think that they think if they talk about it, then we will do it, that s not true Although I don t understand why this boy would go suicidal because his family was so kind and nice, he still tried I know that this isn t really a review of the book, but it goes along with the message that the author was trying to send to its readers.This book was an eye opener and I suggest it to anyone and everyone.Just want to say something to the parents of that boy.I can t even imagine the pain that you went through, and you re still going through The pain of losing one child at seventeen months is enough to even attempt to handle, but to lose your fourteen year old too is just too much to bare I just want you to know that I feel so bad and the memory of him will go on forever because he was so kind and helpful to everyone He cared enough to set up a toy drive at Christmas because he didn t want anyone to go without a present.Fly high Always missed, never forgotten STOP this is the second part of a conversation about this book i got caris sloppy seconds to read the first part, please click here Caris Maybe it was just your personality Perhaps you re just not the type of dude who gets bullied You know, badassery and whatnot I certainly cave on this point The book was unbelievable Both the website and Santana were only there to keep the girl from killing herself Of course, all books do this It seems that the bar is just set lower for teen ficti STOP this is the second part of a conversation about this book i got caris sloppy seconds to read the first part, please click here Caris Maybe it was just your personality Perhaps you re just not the type of dude who gets bullied You know, badassery and whatnot I certainly cave on this point The book was unbelievable Both the website and Santana were only there to keep the girl from killing herself Of course, all books do this It seems that the bar is just set lower for teen fiction This is one of those cases, as are most of the books I ve read recently, where the plot of the book insults the intelligence of the reader Teenagers are dumb, didn t you hear It s funny and logical that you bring up 13 Reasons Why Over the past few days, I ve come to realize that I like this book so much because of how much I hated Asher s book I fucking hated 13 Reasons Why The message killed me Compare, for a moment, Hannah s complaints and Daelyn s Best ass in school vs assaulted in the bathroom Flirted with her vs made fun of her weight The playing field is not level Hannah killed herself for everyday shit At least Daelyn s shit was painful enough to warrant her choice I didn t like that Asher led the reader to believe that its reasonable to think one could kill oneself for the reasons Hannah did Peters character, at least, suffered a life that, as you say, seems unusually harsh In conclusion, Jay Asher can suck it But tell me, go ahead and try, that you didn t love the fact that Daelyn was going to kill herself and successfully this time by putting a cinder block on her face in the bathtub.karen pff i wasn t always this badass, and i never saw anyone else getting bullied, and i was one of those people who had a number of different social circles student council and marching band and everything in between, so i sort of spanned the whole school like greg s mom and i didn t really hear much of it only one major sexual assault, and if she had given me the names, they would have been finished with their sexual careers okay, maybe i was a little badass so i am thinking that in rhode island, we just know how to treat people roger williams taught us well and all that no, i don t know i m older than you, right maybe it is a generation thing although i don t think i am THAT much older maybe it s the heat when i took a class called violence, compassion, and justice in undergrad, they taught us thatviolent crimes take place in the south than the north, andin the summer than the winter in the north but it s a dry heat i wasn t in love with the asher book, either, but at least i was interested, as a reader, in where it was going i wanted to know what the narrator had done to get into the tapes, and i was hoping she would eventually have a good reason for doing what she did that rachel girl s review of that book is amazing check it out this book not only was i not interested in the characters, the plot itself was boooooring do it, kill yourself and get it over with, don t wait for A FRIGGING WEBSITE to give you permission what was that all about i am really determined to kill myself, but the website told me to wait ugh and as far as the sexual assault goes i mean it wasn t anything they are ever going to make a law and order episode about some boys got a little gropey i mean yes it was totally out of line and had it happened to me, there would have been consequences, but in order to impress a reader with the magnitude of an assault, i think she could have gone stronger boob grabbing and panty pulling down is not that bad on the spectrum of sexual assault and that is what pisses me off because there is good teen fiction out there this just isn t it but it is popular maybe this is like the baby version of john grisham or something upsetting, but unchallenging true a thumbs up for the cinder block at least it was original but really, how hard is it to take some pills in the blender Caris Did you think, at any point, that Daelyn was going to kill herself Or that Clay was guilty of anything I don t think I agree with you on the sexual assault thing An attack like that isabout power and domination Did they rape her No But they did shove her into a secluded area, fondle her, drag her out from underneath a bathroom stall where she hits her head in the process , and attempt to pull her underwear off When I think of the specifics, I feel ill On a large enough spectrum, there s always something worse But it s personal, isn t it It s awful because it happened to her, not because it s worse than something that happened to someone else.karen ah, and there s the problem i have real trouble experiencing emotional connections with characters in books and movies which is why i rarely cry at movies i can never get past the idea of them as constructs so if i knew someone this had happened to, or if i heard a news story, it would be one thing, but as far as it happening to a character i can only think of it in terms of effectiveness to the reader or plausibility i don t lack affect in real life, just in books n stuff.Caris FYI it would have been relevant to this conversation to mention that your last name was Bateman Oh man, your experience must ve been even worse than mine With that variety of literature induced sociopathy, I would have been completely lost in both books I can say, without reservation, that if you can t identify with Daelyn, then this book sucks ass No wonder you ve exhibited no sympathy whatsoever for these poor dead dying kids That poses a unique sort of problem, though, doesn t it I ve found that every single one of the books I ve read for class has relied on that emotional connection to draw the reader in I ve never tried to distance myself from the story, as to do so would make me have to actually pay attention to that drivel When you read, then, you always require a solid, effective plot Perhaps it s just because my expectations have gotten so low, but I m glad I can stick with the emotional manipulation Going back to the questions I posed to you that you didn t answer they wasn t rhetorical , I d like you to answer them Nowthan ever Those questions, which originally were based on the characters emotional states, now are based on plot Did you think, at any point, that Daelyn was going to kill herself Or that Clay was guilty of anything karen sorry, sorry fever makes me overlook tiny questions no i never thought she would actually kill herself even just reading the copy, you know that she will be redeemed through santana and given a reason to blah blah blah that s why there is no reason to read the book just read the flap and you get all you need to know as for clay well, i was hoping i was hoping he had done something that was small but led to something big and he wasn t even aware of it something, anything, no matter how innocently it was done otherwise, it is pure cruelty on her part to make him wait for his turn on all the tapes for nothing off to work Caris Seems like fever might be something you should stay home from work for I made a point to not read the flaps I started that at the beginning and didn t want to read any of my assigned books So now I just start reading them without having any idea what they might be about Leviathan and Watersmeet have been genuine surprises That s just bad flap editing, in my opinion I didn t think, even for a second, that Clay had done anything wrong He was too nice He got along with his mother and was well liked by classmates On top of that, he liked Hannah It was a poor setup for a huge letdown Daelyn, though I felt strongly that she would survive, had a chance I had 13 Reasons Why in mind and thought to myself that if that moron could do it, this moron s got to be able to.karen sure, but plenty of people on her list hadn t done anything wrong whatsherface slapped her because she thought hannah had slept with her boyfriend that is a stupid reason to kill yourself clay could have done something accidentally, especially since he believed the rumors about her promiscuity and they intimidated him all it would have took would be him going i heard you were very experienced, please be gentle with me and she could have gone apeshit and slit her wrists right there in the midst of a makeout session she was a loose cannon, who could predict her responses i have to come to work, because today is a school day and if i had skipped today, it would have been a nightmare i barely remember today because there were so many books all i did was blur through the mall in a fever but now i get to talk teen fiction for this and other related books and then i can go home and finish solaris.Caris That s true Hannah was a bit off, which isinteresting than Daelyn s victim complex I had a hard time seeing Hannah as a character, as she manifested herself in those cassette tapes She wasof a poltergeist The thought that keeps coming back to me is how insulting these books are to their intended audience When I compare it to something I really liked, such as Nick and Norah s Infinite Playlist, it almost seems pointless because there is no real comparison Here we have books that capitalize on shock suicide and don t really allow the reader to connect with the characters on multiple levels Sure, you can share in Clay s bafflement or Daelyn s reaction to bullying, but they re not characters that stay with you That s a big problem, I think, as these books rely on voice and character development to be memorable But I only remember them because they sucked InNick and Norah which I consider to be the best piece of teen fiction I ve ever read , the reader is exposed to real life An uber cool real life, but real life nonetheless There s self doubt and pain, misunderstandings and relationship development In these suicide books, death is almost a character I don t like that they all try to reach the reader in a lovely bones guest on Oprah kind of way It s lame How are teenagers supposed to enjoy good fiction when they re constantly barraged by sparkly fucking vampires and stupid girls killing themselves I ve only recently jumped into this urine filled kiddie pool and I already want to stop.karen ha she was a poltergeist and i kept wondering how she made the tapes did she write everything out beforehand and then read from a script how did she keep everything straight in her head so calmly facing the destruction of her person why didn t she ever fumble over her words or cry or do anything human her tone was so bitchy and snarky she doesn t strike me as a victim as someone who wouldn t just fight her way out of her problems clay seemedlikely to kill himself, mr nice guy doormat, chasing after the broken girls there was a guy on the class last night who had struggled with depression before, and he said he could really relate to the way daelyn thought shrug i have been depressed, too, but at least i was interesting when i was depressed i did not say this in class because i am not an asshole but teacher didn t like that book either, although she said she liked the last third but that she may have been forcing herself i never read nick and norah, but i saw the movie, is it similar in tone and all don t give up on teen fiction suddenly i am an advocate having just finished marcelo in the real world i can assure you it gets better and are you the one who tried and gave up on hunger games if so, i don t know that book is very good it s not all vampires and wrist slitting i also enjoyed feed oh, and that teenage survival series those are pretty fun it does get better and if anything else turns up on my reading list that makes me think of you, i will tell you Caris Script Psh That girl was just organized Her emotions were so jacked up that she was able to get her message across in an inhumanly organized and well paced manner Those things were what made her believable, see Nick and Norah is similar to the movie, but different It s better I haven t tried the Hunger Games, though I have been assigned to read the third book for class I need a break from teen fiction I need to see other people BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS, I LL BE DEAD tore my insides raw As I read, I screamed I cried I threw the book across the room I apologized and cradled it delicately in my hands I also chuckled and fell in love with the characters, flawed as they all are Julie Anne Peters is nearly unmatched when it comes to writing about difficult, taboo, controversial, and absolutely necessary subjects, and her latest book is a terrifying masterpiece that deserves to find its way into everyone s hands.Daelyn BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS, I LL BE DEAD tore my insides raw As I read, I screamed I cried I threw the book across the room I apologized and cradled it delicately in my hands I also chuckled and fell in love with the characters, flawed as they all are Julie Anne Peters is nearly unmatched when it comes to writing about difficult, taboo, controversial, and absolutely necessary subjects, and her latest book is a terrifying masterpiece that deserves to find its way into everyone s hands.Daelyn is not an easily likable protagonist I hope to God that very few of us out there can actually understand where she is coming from, a dark and frightening world so terrorized, so beaten, so loveless that, for her, suicide is a form of salvation And yet, as she slowly reveals to us her bullied past, we invariably find ourselves at once within her, shocked into silence at what we experience being her, and at her side, emotionally invested in attempting to give her hope It s a powerful duality of readers position that only the most skilled of novelists can achieve.And indeed, Julie Anne Peters incredible writing skills are brilliantly showcased in this book Daelyn s voice is cynical and snarky without being overwhelmingly pity inducing Peters prose is short, to the point, and lyrically sweet Sometimes succinctness is the greatest form of power.I can t end this review without pointing out how absolutely lovely Santana is but I ll let you find that out for yourself Needless to say, I wish I could place a copy of this book into the hands of everyone between the ages of 12 and 18 Perhaps if everyone were allowed this candid look into Daelyn s hurt, bullying and suicide bullycide would be hopefully less of a terrifyingly real problem Teen suicide Not an easy subject to think or talk about This book tells the story of Daelyn She s 15 and determined to die this time Yes, you read correctlyshe s tried to kill herself before and failed This time she knows it will work A victim of bullies, she can t face life any She thinks everyone will be happier without her One day after school she meets Santana and things start to look a little different, but is it too late As a mother of a child who was bullied and talked abou Teen suicide Not an easy subject to think or talk about This book tells the story of Daelyn She s 15 and determined to die this time Yes, you read correctlyshe s tried to kill herself before and failed This time she knows it will work A victim of bullies, she can t face life any She thinks everyone will be happier without her One day after school she meets Santana and things start to look a little different, but is it too late As a mother of a child who was bullied and talked about suicide because of it, this book was very difficult for me to read It really struck a nerve with me because it is such an accurate account of what really goes on in our kids mind I recommend this book to anyone with a child