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When My Shift Ends Brittany Ingo

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When cynical former beauty pageant queen, Ellie Wilde, hears of her grandmother's sickness, she's the first to offer to drive her to her chemotherapy. What she didn't know she was agreeing to was an obnoxiously cheerful blond boy somehow nudging his way into her life.

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  • 53675 words
  • About 215 pages
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  • Heat

    7

  • Tears

    10

  • Laughs

    9

  • Thrills

    8

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86 comments on "When My Shift Ends"

Beautyinthestruggle on March 23, 2017, 7:18 p.m. said:

Beautyinthestruggle


This book was so well written and amazing, I completely fell in love with Cooper. I really hope it gets published so I can buy a physical copy!

Similar Stories : I could compare this book to The Fault in Our stars By John Green or If I Stay By Gayle Forman.

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Elizabeth Tankard on March 23, 2017, 4:17 p.m. said:

Elizabeth Tankard


Maybe we're not supposed to understand the main character yet, but if so, I'd like to know more about what makes her tick. I like the story so far, though.

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anastasia🌸 on March 20, 2017, 9:09 a.m. said:

anastasia🌸


An amazing, heart-warming book, with lovable characters. It's written very well. Loved it, one of my absolute favorites

Similar Stories : The fault in our stars

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Kaylaahorton on March 19, 2017, 2:05 a.m. said:

Kaylaahorton


A great heartwarming book! Xx

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Panic! At Twenty One Fall Out Cry Babies on March 17, 2017, 11:22 p.m. said:

Panic! At Twenty One Fall Out Cry Babies


ALREADY LOVE IT!

امتتةت ختمت تت!!!

Similar Stories : NONE

روبمب

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louise on March 17, 2017, 8:40 a.m. said:

louise


I really enjoyed reading this! The ending caught me off guard and completely surprised me, I loved that. The incorporation of the title at both the beginning and ending of the story was beautifully done; as the beginning seemed more sombre (but also hopeful) and the ending seemed totally full of happiness (and relief, too). I was extremely happy with how the story turned out, as you managed to change and alter a cliche in a unique, fast-paced and fascinating way. I was originally going to state that some of the story felt too brief or stilted, however, with that ending, it makes the story more relatable and real in a sense, too. Giving us both death and life intertwined didn't take anything away from the story, which I was extremely grateful for; it added another spectrum to it instead. When My Shift Ends is an incredible story, a story about life, how it's not forever, and the bitter truth is, we'll die; but, what we do before death, that's important. Make the most of the life you have. Well, that's what it meant to me. So, I just wanted to thank you for sharing this story with us all! I look forward to reading more of your stories.

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Tracey Joseph on March 16, 2017, 6:16 a.m. said:

Tracey Joseph


Hey there! I'm really enjoying your story so far. I actually like Cooper a lot. And I love the title of the story and how it makes sense with the plot.

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TOMATO-UNICORNS on March 16, 2017, 5:01 a.m. said:

TOMATO-UNICORNS


This book is absolutely amazing. It's hilarious, tear-jerking, and very realistic. A roller-coaster of emotions, one second you're ugly-crying, another second your stomach hurts from laughing so much and the next you just want to rip your hair off lol. I'd love to have an actual physical copy of it that would forever hold my tear stains and have a very special place in my heart and on my shelf.

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Olgalara on March 15, 2017, 11:27 a.m. said:

Olgalara


I really liked the way this book was written. While reading it, I could understand and relate with the characters and their feelings, and that made the experience that much more enjoyable. I also loved the characters and their journey through the whole story was extraordinary. The plot was amazing as well and it kept me interested throughout the entire time I spent reading this book. All in all, it was an amazing story and I would love to have a physical copy of it on my bookshelf next to the rest of my books collection.

Similar Stories : The plot and writing seemed very original to me. I've never read anything like it, to be honest.

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Jocelyn on March 15, 2017, 12:02 a.m. said:

Jocelyn


I really loved this, one of the best I've read on this site! The characters and the plot were all great! The one thing I think could be improved was the ending. I don't want to spoil it for anyone reading but i didn't find it realistic at all and it took away some of the effect of the wonderful writing in the previous chapters. (*Spoiler ahead*) I think something to consider in a next draft is to end the story after cooper dies. A good manuscript. Good luck with getting published!

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