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Life As We Knew It

by Susan Beth Pfeffer

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Life As We Knew It by Susan Beth Pfeffer
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    Oct 2006, 352 pages
    May 2008, 360 pages

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This is the best book that i have EVER read! it is mind blowing and it captures love, action, and sadness.

Best book ever
I got this book at my school book fair, and it has been under my nightstand for like ever! Then I decided to read it in the middle of august. I got sucked into it, and I finished it in practically 4 days! Oh, and trust me I'm not a reader. I rarely read, but i couldn't stop reading!!! XD

best book ever
I usually say alot of books are really good but this one i mean it it was great best book iv'e ever read!!!!

This book was great! When I was reading it, it was as I was there. Wonderful book. You should read it. :)

Life as we knew it
I think this is a wonderful book and middle-schoolers and high-schoolers should definitely read it. [spoilers removed]. See what happens was a meteor hits the moon, knocking it closer to the earth. You know how the moon's gravitational pull controls tides? So the tides in New York rose by 50 ft and flooded out most of New York.

This book is the best book I ever read.

This book is really good it makes you wonder if the next day something, like the moon being knocked out of orbit, will ever happen.
Regina Public Library

This book was very good and made you realize things.

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