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Kathy Stinson. 101 Ways to Dance
Second Story $9.95  ISBN 1-897187-10-6  150 pg.
Reviewed by Melissa, Age 14

There is a time in life when you feel an emotion for one person that is not felt for any other. A time when you just want to be with them, and have the clock stop forever. But, there is only one problem with this emotion … what if that one person doesn’t like you in the same way?

This novel is bursting with stories of lust and love from teenagers to young adults. They are meant for those who are hurting after having their hearts broken, and for those who are in love right now. The short stories dig down deep, and get into your heart. The feelings that spin wild in each new character can be so sad, and so happy at the same time. Every person in this book has confessions of their affection for somebody else.

I would recommend this book for people from fourteen to seventeen years old. It is a book that is crammed with mature content, and is meant for older readers. I would encourage teenagers to read this book, it is very informative, and harlequin, for all the romantics.

I give 101 ways to dance five out of five stars. It was an interesting book that taps into your deepest desires, and deserves every star.

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