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This will probably be my last question on LA for a while. Just saying. But can someone help me understand what this means and how do I answer it, "What impact did the novel have on you as a reader"? I can answer the other one.
What impact did the novel have on you as a reader? Would you recommend the novel to a friend? Why or why not? Support your response with at least two pieces of evidence from the novel.
(Walk Two Moons by Sharon Creech)

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  1. Did anything in the novel have any meaning to you? Was it just a story about people you don't know, or does anything about it remind you of your own life or the lives of anyone around you? Can you feel at all sympathetic or empathetic toward the characters and situations? Did the novel help you understand more about people who are not just like you? Answer any of those questions.

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  2. Just say the truth. No I would not recommend this book to my friends. I didn't find a rhythm when I was reading this story. It was painful. I didn't like the characters, I didn't understand the story. It kept jumping from the past to the present and I couldn't follow it. There.

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