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But I like young adult novels! Novo Send a noteboard - 13/08/2013 10:18:07 PM

Both as a young adult and a more adult-like person, I've always been a fan of plucky thirteen-year-old heroines figuring it out. I went into Sophie's World with the assumption that there would be a similarly appealing heroine, mixed in with some interesting philosophy, and was rather disappointed on both accounts.

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