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Though there are three main characters, the story thus far is told from alternating POVs, Frannie and Luc's. Our Mission is to not only change a young man's life, but impact him while he is here by teaching him the values of hard work, respectfulness, responsibility, honesty, and Christian values through our actions as staff members. Seventeen-year-olds, Matt and Freeman are playing American football in a poor Paris suburb where racial tensions are running high between residents and the police. And today, he's the human I want to be. Feb 01, Courtney Allison Moulton rated it it was amazing Shelves:
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Overall, Personal Demons was an excellent book. Personal Demons would be perfect for a reader newly exposed to YA who enjoys the paranormal romance genre. Plegelatte recruited a bunch of his students — all of them fellow communists! Be sure to thank Lisa for writing that incredible tension between you and Frannie as well as you and Gabe. Embiid was nowhere to be found.
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Participation is rising in local schools and club teams. When you showed me your home, which just happens to be Hell, my heart ached for you. With the turning of each page, I wanted to know more about you, Luc. Each sorrow in the book — a casual racist act, an imperfect reaction to it, the sudden loss of a loved one, deep-rooted injustice — is so well-crafted it will bring a more sensitive reader, ahem, to tears. His chapters read the same as Frannie's narration, except Frannie's was different because she narrates by using the word 'cause' a lot and Luc's was different because he thinks lustful thoughts all the time fairly frequently. Instead of showing empathy — or even just leadership!
However, I felt myself outraged at the frankly demonist attitudes portrayed in the book. Get involved with the news in your community. And Luc dear, I'm sure you know why. I think I fogged my book up reading some of it! She worries who will take care of her now that her two surviving children live so far away.