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Harmless by Dana Reinhardt


by Dana Reinhardt

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Has a good message, but I didn't like any of the characters. Kelly is reading this with her reading group at school. ( )
  mtlkch | Jun 21, 2016 |
The premise for "Harmless"was great but, unfortunately, it was not well executed. The storyline was too predictable, the characters were two-dimensional and the plot dragged. Meh! ( )
  HeatherLINC | Jan 23, 2016 |
This is a good book that teacher people the importance of making the right decisions, telling the truth, not letting people pressure you, and the importance of REAL friendship. This is a very strong and mature book. It's a very good read and kind of related to my personal life in some ways. 4Q4P The cover art is awesome and I'd recommend this book to high school students and adults. I chose to read this book because I really liked the cover. AshleyN
  edspicer | Dec 30, 2014 |
This was a good book. It was kind of depressing at the end, but it was good throughout the book. 4/5 JS (9th grade) I chose this book because my friend told me it was good and that I should read it. AG ( )
  edspicer | Dec 10, 2013 |
This is a really good book, it gets your attention on the very first page. The characters are very likable and you can relate yo some of the things that happen. 5/5 GD (9th grade) I chose this book because the cover got my attention. AG ( )
  edspicer | Dec 10, 2013 |
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This is what I know about the truth: the farther you get away from it, or it gets away from you, the harder it is to tell.
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0385746997, Hardcover)

There was a man. He had a knife. He attacked us down by the river.

It was just a harmless little lie.

Anna, Emma and Mariah concoct a story about why they're late getting home one night—a story that will replace their parents' anger with
concern. They just have to stand by it. No matter what. Suddenly the police are involved, and the town demands that someone be punished. And then there is the man who is arrested and accused of a crime that never happened.

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When Anna, Emma, and Mariah concoct a story about why they are late getting home one Friday night, their lie has unimaginable consequences for the girls, their families, and the community.

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