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Fifteen-year-old Tabitha and her four best friends all wear purity rings to symbolize their pledge to remain virgins until they marry, but when one admits that she has broken the pledge each girl must reexamine her faith, friendships, and what it means to be pure.
Publisher: New York ; Toronto : Simon & Schuster Children's Pub., 2010, c2009
Edition: 1st Simon Pulse pbk. ed. --
ISBN: 9781416967484
Characteristics: 330 p


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KJtheEpicFailure Aug 14, 2012

I think the topic was a nice change, since most don't care about purity anymore. The book could've been better, I'll admit, but overall it was good.

Mar 27, 2012

I absoloutley love this book. I also love how the topic is properly not that popular. Very brave of her. Anywho read......

May 18, 2011

An ok book.

Apr 18, 2010

Terra Elan McVoy really had a chance to do something amazing with this book. The topic of maintaining 'purity' amongst high schoolers isn't something often seen in books.

The author really had a chance to state the Christian side of things but failed.

She focused to heavily on day to day things that teens do. Our dialouge and relationships. As teens we already know how we talk and behave.

What would have been better would be to see ups and downs of a purity ring, and how they affect relationships. Overall an average book, but once you've read it you feel like you've wasted your time.

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