yes because this was quite calm compared to to other books I have read.
At 16, I think the better question is could you stop her if she truly wanted to read the book? If it was me, I would read it myself so that I could talk to her about it, but I wouldn't stop her from reading if it she wanted too.
I wouldn't want my teen reading it.
I think I'd have to read it first to make that determination.
I myself read it and have to agree with sahlady's daughter in that is was very poorly written. The author was in bad need of a Thesaurus. It's not a book that would typically appeal to my two teen daughters because it's not the type of book that interests them.
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