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English book report. Name of the book: The Carrie Diaries Author: Candace Bushnell

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Book report (summer holiday homework) Kiki Hung 5D (21) Eng set 6 (8) Name of the book: The Carrie Diaries Author: Candace Bushnell Summary: It opens up in Carrie's senior year of high school. She and her best friends' friendships are becoming more inseparable; and Sebastian, the intriguing and unpredictable boy comes into the picture. Carrie falls into the relationship that she was always sipposed to have in high school - until a friend's betrayal makes her question everything. With her high school days coming to a close, Carrie will realize it is finally time to go after everything she ever wanted. ...read more.


As I flipped through the pages, a much more raw, in depth side of Carrie Bradshaw is revealed right in front of me. She is no longer headstrong, neither stylish nor confident as well, but a little town girl, dreaming of life in the big city, trying the ropes of friendship, dating with a hot guy, and planning a fruitful future for herself. ' Whoever we are here, we might be princesses somewhere else. Or writers. Or scientists. Or presidents. Or whatever the hell we want to be that everyone else says we can't. ...read more.


Some may find this diary quite offensive since the novel is open-minded to alcohol-drinking, swearings and even having sex. I still cannot forget what Sebestian said warningly to Carrie when she rejected to have sex with him, ' It's okay. But you can't expect me to wait much longer. ' From my point of view, the behaviour of Carrie's friends is in fact a flagrant contravention, which can be used as a negative example allowing readers to reflect upon the morality value of nowadays adolescents - Is having sex an index to indicate you are more mature? The Carrie Diaries, an engrossing and compelling novel that you can never miss. ...read more.

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