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4.0 out of 5 stars
It's okay, 21 Jan 2003
After having read "Dear Nobody", written by Berlie Doherty, we can say it was good that we have read it in our English lesson.
This book is about a problem, teenagers could have, it is about pregnancy and about relationship between parents and their children. It is somehow realistic, I think, although I would have reacted otherwise in some situations. Dear Nobody is about two young people at the age of about 18 who had sex with each other and afterwards are going to get a baby. From there on problems started and some up and downs came. This book is for boys as interesting as for girls, because there the perspective changes between two narrators and you get the impressions and feelings from Chris and also from Helen, the two main characters who are telling the story.
In our opinion this book is easy to read and to understand, so we recommend it to anyone who is interested in such stories about pregnancy and parenting and so on. It is interesting to watch the development of both characters and how they react at the end.