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The Best Bad Luck I Ever Had

by Kristin Levine

The Best Bad Luck I Ever Had by Kristin Levine
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  • First Published:
    Jan 2009, 272 pages
    Paperback:
    Sep 2010, 272 pages

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lov3 m3 (04/30/11)

loved it
I loved it, and she visited our school! Mary G. Porter it was great.
Shay (10/28/10)

The best bad luck i eever had
I thought it was going to be boring but when I got the book and started to read it my mom could not get me to listen to her at all! It took me 3 days to finish the book. I think everyone that says that book looks boring to pick it up and read something new because it is very good in my personal opinion.
amanda (12/06/09)

the best bad luck i ever had
I think the book was very boring in the beginning because, well, it just listed what they did in like the first 30 chapters. And then the book got a plot in like the last part of the book - but the end was really really good:D
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