Anonymous work wrote Go Ask Alice.
all of Ellen Hopkins books. they are very similar to each other (Go ask Alice). and may i suggest you read the Stolen Child by Keith Donohue. it is a wonderful book.
The ISBN of Go Ask Alice is 0-13-357111-4.
just search it in google... by the way, if you want to read its manga, go to www.mangafox.com
yes, they said she died of overdose. (in the prolog)
the author of the book Go Ask Alice is never released to protect the identity of the girl who wrote it.
The cast of Go Ask Alice - 2008 includes: Shannon Lark as The Rabbit Sallie Smith as Alice
She meets him at the collage library.
"Alice" (or the dairy writer), is the protagonist.
Go Ask Alice - 1973 TV was released on: USA: 24 January 1973
Go Ask Alice - 1973 TV is rated/received certificates of: Iceland:12
Go Ask Alice - 2008 was released on: USA: 25 May 2008 (DVD premiere)
No, not at all. The original book, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland was written in 1865, whereas Go Ask Alicewasn't written until 1971. The well known Disney animation was based on Alice's Adventures in Wonderland and predates Go Ask Alice by twenty years, as it was released in 1951.
I'm not sure about Japanese, but you can try English or Chinese. Just go on youtube and look for it.
i think its a sad novel
The antagonist is drugs.
go to James rutter middle school and ask if you can get the book.
you can read a book online by going to google books.com
The climax of Go Ask Alice is when she gets out of the insane asylum and finds herself wanting to devote herself to help promote how bad drugs are.
To read manga online for free go to sunmanga.com and then go to manga list and pick which manga you wanna read.
There is no irony in this book...
its a summary of a drug abused girl.
Go to youtube to read it but you will have to pause it to read
yep, u go to the internet and find the author and read! or go to kindle and read
You can go to www.thepaperboy.com =)
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