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AP Dilemma (1 Viewer)

KarmaVictim

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I signed up for AP English next year and over the summer one of my assignments is to read a contemporary novel (withing the last 15 years) and be able to justify its literary merit. No non-fiction. I'd appreciate any help I could get finding a good novel.
 

mandax

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I recently enjoyed the book "Prep", which just came out very recently, I believe. You'll have to check on that. And you might want to look up when "Wicked" was written, because that was a very good book, too, if you would be interested in the Wicked Witch of the West's story.
 

KarmaVictim

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Bump. Come on, people. Any and all suggestions are appreciated. I can't get my hands on a copy of Prep or Wicked. School starts in a couple of weeks, so I really need every suggestion you can throw at me.
 

mandax

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Advanced Placement


How can you not get a copy of Wicked or Prep? They're both either best sellers or recommended reading.
 

KarmaVictim

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I couldn't find them in Barnes and Noble. Well, I couldn't find Prep. Wicked is extremely poplular and I don't want to do the same thing as someone else.
 

mandax

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Did you see that link? If you clicked it, disregard it. It was wrong. I'll try to think of other books.
 
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mandax

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The Perks of Being a Wallflower? I don't know how literary it is, but whatever. It's fiction.
 

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