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Sixteen year-old Anya's parents have been murdered because her father was the head of a notorious underworld gang. Now she is determined to keep herself and her siblings away from that world. But her father's relatives aren't so keen to let them go. When Anya's violent ex-boyfriend is poisoned with contaminated chocolate - chocolate that is produced illegally by Anya's criminal family - she is arrested for attempted murder. Disconcertingly, it is the new D.A. in town who releases her from jail, but her freedom comes with conditions. The D.A. is the father of Win, a boy at school to whom Anya feels irresistibly drawn. Win's father won't risk having his political ambitions jeopardised by his son seeing a member of a crime family. She is to stay away with him. Anya knows she risks her freedom and the safety of her brother and sister by seeing Win again. Neither the D.A. nor the underworld will allow it. But the feeling between them is so strong that she may be unable to resist him...

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What I like about this book is not only the way the author chooses the titles for each chapter, not only the way the author exquisitely analyzes each work, each author but the atmosphere and story structure. Although the story is no tension, nothing goes on like the slices of life. However, with a witty voice, an attractive storytelling method, the author has fascinated himself from the beginning to the end, cannot put down the book. It's been a long time since I read a simple, rustic story that I saw like that. The emotional and mischievous story, mixed with a bit of mystery, swirling like a whirlwind through bookshelves, readers, and non-readers. Reject any drama or dexterity. Specifying the difference between a book and a life cannot deny the smooth influence of both sides on each other. The structure of the story does not have any redundant details, all are completely resolved, everyone finds his happiness. A powerful novel about the power of fiction. 

It all originated from the small, simple and rustic happiness that came to him in unexpected ways. The book has a beginning, body and the ending is extremely happy, complete from beginning to end, no excess and no shortage. You can read "All These Things I've Done" from beginning to end, and then read it from beginning to end. One book is in the heart of another. The unique thing is probably only in this work. The title of this book is like the meaning of the whole book. It has lots of interesting, interesting and cute lines and passages about books, about readers and about life. Maybe I have to make a separate post to write down all the excerpts from this book. It seems that the value of this book needs to be perceived at many different angles to fully understand it.

Thông tin chi tiết
Tác giả Gabrielle Zevin
Nhà xuất bản MacMillan Children's Books
Năm phát hành 03-2012
ISBN 9780330537896
Trọng lượng (gr) 150
Kích thước 19.7 x 2.4 x 13
Số trang 368
Giá bìa 143,000 đ