Twenty Weeks (Twenty Weeks, #1)

Twenty Weeks (Twenty Weeks, #1) It S His Too, Maya What If He Wants It What If The Little Voice Buzzed In My Head, And Just When I Was About To Turn Away And Run Out Of The Clinic, My Name Was Called.Sixteen Year Old, Maya Rockwell, Has It All A New Set Of Wheels, Straight A Grades, And Alex, A Hotter Than Hades Boyfriend With The Personality Of An Angel.When Her Best Friend Kicks Off The Biggest Party Of The School Season, Maya And Alex Jump At The Invite For Some Innocent Fun, Certainly Not The Drugs And Predatory Older Crowd They Confront.Maya Barely Escapes With Her Life Hers And Another New One She Thought She Had The Answers, But In One Terrifying Moment, She Can No Longer Pretend To Be Ignorant. This is, without a doubt, one of the worst books I have ever had the misfortune of reading I have permanently deleted it from my Kindle app and, quite frankly, wish I could get the money back so I could throw it down the drain, since that would be aproductive use of it I cannot understand why has such a high rating for two reasons one, it is simply dreadful writing, and two, most of the book is offensive This book white washes all the issues of becoming pregnant at sixteen and quickly This is, without a doubt, one of the worst books I have ever had the misfortune of reading I have permanently deleted it from my Kindle app and, quite frankly, wish I could get the money back so I could throw it down the drain, since that would be aproductive use of it I cannot understand why has such a high rating for two reasons one, it is simply dreadful writing, and two, most of the book is offensive This book white washes all the issues of becoming pregnant at sixteen and quickly became propoganda for the pro life movement And the thing that gets me is that Hamling had a potentially good idea here how does a teenage girl c
This is a platform for the author s anti abortion stance It also contains a whole lot of syrup, drama upon drama, and some poor writing For me, though, the deal breaker was the view that one is seen as a moral person not for kindness, honesty or even hard work, but for avoiding abortion A tragic side story includes an innocent girl, a victim of violence and incest, who opts for abortion and cannot live with the guilt of what she has done This is to contrast with the happy and unrealistic c This is a platform for the author s anti abortion stance It also contains a whole lot of syrup, drama upon drama, and some poor writing For me, though, the deal breaker was the view that one is seen as a moral person not for kindness, honesty or even hard work, but for avoiding abortion A tragic side story includes an innocent girl, a victim of violence and incest, who opts for abortion and cannot live with the guilt of what she has done This is to contrast with the happy and unrealistic conclusion of the story of the main character, Maya, a 16 year old straight A high school student.Even the stain of sexual transgression is removed from Maya and her boyfrie
Wow What a story This is one of the best romantic stories I ve ever read Once I started reading it, I couldn t put it down I kept reading day and night for two days until I finished it Although it s a great love story, it s also a tearjerker Seriously, you ll need tissues, it had me tearing up in quite a few chapters Maya and Alex are two teenagers who fall in love They re still at school and one night at a party, they eat some Jello tarts that have been spiked with a drug They re unawa Wow What a story This is one of the best romantic stories I ve ever read Once I started reading it, I couldn t put it down I kept reading day and night for two days until I finished it Although it s a great love story, it s also a tear
I LOVED THIS BOOK It is AMAZING I HIGHLY recommend ALL Young Adults read this book, including the guys Adults, too I LOVED this story, and it has SO many issues to bring to the attention of everyone This author has written an outstanding story This book is SO FULL of action, of life as it happens , that when you start reading it, the next thing you know, it is over You don t even think of putting this book down because the story is SO gripping and compelling It is so full of events, you I LOVED THIS BOOK It is AMAZING I HIGHLY recommend ALL Young Adults read this book, including the guys Adults, too I LOVED this story, and it has SO many issues to bring to the attention of everyone This author has written an outstanding story This book is SO FULL of action, of life as it happens , that when you start reading it, the next thing you know, it is over You don t even think of putting this book down because the story is SO gripping and compelling It is so full of events, you are completely immersed in this story The author does such a compelling job of bringing these characters in this story to life, you feel as if you know and have known them their entire lives As you are reading alo
I found this book to be a really sweet and fairly realistic account of a young girls struggle with what to do when she finds out she s pregnant at 16 I ve noticed that some of the reviewers say that this doesn t take sides on the abortion topic, but honestly it really does This book is pro life and that is the main point of it I really don t mind that because honestly I m fairly pro life myself, but others who feel strongly in their beliefs may find this book too controversial to them I high I found this book to be a really sweet and fairly realistic a
Once again this is another great indie story This book was a really fast read I read it from one day to the next, that s how good it was I have learned a lot about pregnancy, implantation, and development The baby s heart starts beating at three weeks And in this story at sixteen to twenty weeks they didn t consider it a baby, they considered it Just a blob of tissue What a horrible way to speak of a fetus a harmless tiny person Abortion is a very controversial subject to which I do Once again this is another great indie story This book was a really fast read I read it from one day to the next, that s how good it was I have learned a lot about pregnancy, implantation, and development The baby s heart starts beating at three weeks And in this story at sixteen to twenty weeks they didn t consider it a baby, they considered it Just a blob of tissue What a horrible way to speak of a fetus a harmless tiny person Abortion is a very controversial subject to which I do my best not to discuss But in this story some of the biggest issues are abortion and teen pregnancy along with a few .In this book, you have sixteen year old Maya Her very first time of passion with her boyfriend, she became pregnant She never dared to tell her parents or even her boyfriend Alex Scared, like many are, her first thought was an abortion Maya called a women s abortion clinic and made an appointment Upon arriving at the clinic on the day of her appointment, there were
Author Melisa HamlingPublished By Rachelle Ayala Publishing, LLC Age Recommended Teen 14 YA AdultReviewed By Arlena DeanRating 5Review Twenty Weeks by Melisa Hamling was a novel that I could see it be of a great benefit read for the Teen 14 and YA over pregnancy This author did a wonderful job with describing what difficulties that could arrive especially due to lack of experience and maturity I liked all of the characters being so well developed that really was able to help unde Author Melisa HamlingPublished By Rachelle Ayala Publishing, LLC Age Recommended Teen 14 YA AdultReviewed By A
Twenty Weeks deals with a very controversial subject Since the other reviews have already discussed the subject and the storyline this reviewer will discuss the writing, flow and character development.Firstly, I enjoyed the book as it dealt with teenagers and the difficulties they face Ms Hamling did a great job in defining her teen characters and how they deal with problems based on their lack of experience and maturity Having two grown daughters and 3 granddaughters, one 17 year old wh Twenty Weeks deals with a very controversial subject Since the other reviews have already discussed the subject and the storyline this reviewer will discuss the writing, flow and character development.Firstly, I enjoyed the book as it dealt with teenagers and the difficulties they face Ms Hamling did a
DEFIANTLY NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED OR FOR PEOPLE YOUNGER THAN 14this book wow, it had be crying for ages and ages at the very end, this story is not your typical of im pregnant and im going to get all depressed about it because i don t know who the father is no, this is not one of these books.it surprised me actually because she has such a loving boyfriend the whole way through it and not once does he ever leave her out of his own will this book made me fall in love with every character you f DEFIANTLY NOT FOR THE FAINT HEARTED OR FOR PEOPLE YOUNGER THAN 14this book wow, it had be crying for ages and ages at the very end, this story is not your typical of im pregnant and im going to get all depressed about it because i don t know who the father is no, this is not one of these books.it surprised me actually because she has such a loving boyfriend the whole way through it and not once does he ever leave her out of his own will this book made me fall in love with every cha
If this book had a smell, you could bottle it and call it essence of butt crack.AWFUL Not only the writing and the fear tactics used but the unbelievable dialog that had absolutely no relevance or relatability to teenagers.If I can pull anything positive out of this book, I would say I agree with the author about this message Teens drugs are bad no matter what Getting pregnant at 16 is not cooland if your pro life thats ok, its a noble i