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  À Teach Me PDF/EPUB ñ Teach Me invites readers inside an experience that fascinates everyone An affair between a teacher and student, and gives an up close and personal answer to the question How does this happen The hardcover edition of Teach Me was a Booksense FallKid s Pick, a TeenReads Best Book of , and a selection for theNYPL Books for the Teen Age

10 thoughts on “Teach Me

  1. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    Wow What an intense story Certainly one of the most memorable YA novels I ve read lately And kudos to R.A Nelson for channeling a high school girl so well Have I not checked out the author s website, I would have never guessed the book was written by a man Teach Me is a story of a love affair between a high school senior Carolina Nine and her poetry teacher Mr Mann Carolina is an excellent students who plan

  2. Wendy Darling Wendy Darling says:

    What happens when a teacher ends a love affair with his student She goes batshit crazy But not in a way that s at all interesting or entertaining or even particularly sympathetic.

  3. Susan Susan says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I m sorry, I try to avoid saying it when I can, but this book was terrible Completely disappointing because at the beginning I thought it had a lot of potential, but it was completely rushed and unbelievable and at the end, completely crazy.Points of interest 1 The writing style from the beginning was odd It felt very unfinished and even fran

  4. Danielle Harlow Danielle Harlow says:

    Maybe I am just too old but I really didn t like this book at all I force myself to read all the way to the end of any book I start, because I feel like you really never know. but at the end of this book I just wished I had a time machine to go back before I bought it I think that, yes, obviously when you write a book, it is going to reflect your personally somewhat, but while I was reading this book I couldn t help but feeling

  5. Melissa Melissa says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Last night when I was finishedI thought maybe 2 or 3 stars, but theit sits with me, theI find myself thinking about it All I do know is that the writers words are the bulk of this 4 stars The heartbreak and complete unraveling of Nine made me ache Did I think a seventeen year old would have much of this dialogue with themselves No, I don t However, Nine is

  6. Ida Smith Ida Smith says:

    This book is a must read for anyone who has experienced an overpowering, out of the universe crush on a High School teacher Unless you have an abnormally profound passion for Astronomy, the intensity of a teenage girl s emotional spectrum or simply like the idea of Emily Dickinson on Seville Marmalade, I would probably not recommend you to read this book and rather run screaming to Mongolia Fortunately, I think most of us can relate to that

  7. Rhiannon Hart Rhiannon Hart says:

    Carolina Nine Livingstone, an apt name for the daughter of a physicist, takes a poetry unit for her last semester of high school thinking it will give her a broader scope on life It does that all right For while Nine has plenty of smarts, she s not so accomplished when it comes to relationships Nine falls for the new poetry teacher hard and fast, and it isn t long until Mr Mann begins to respond to Nine s hankering to be taught.What surprised me wh

  8. Priscilla Thomas Priscilla Thomas says:

    Novels about teacher student affairs always both repulse intrigue me, especially YA novels The first one I read was Gone by Kathleen Jeffrie Johnson, about a post graduation summer fling between a male senior and his pretty, young, former teacher The story was crushingly sad overtly sexual, it had an overall half baked feeling to it, unable to compensate for such a disturbing depressing story with stellar writing Teach Me reverses the genders sets the sto

  9. Charnell (Reviews from a Bookworm) Charnell (Reviews from a Bookworm) says:

    See, I enjoyed this and felt it was well written but the resolution at the end was just way to abrupt.

  10. Evan Evan says:

    Every once in awhile I allow myself the luxury of writing a short review This is one of those times.R.A Nelson s Teach Me starts out smarter than the YA level that it seems hellbent on lowering itself to Nelson does an excellent job at the outset capturing the mindset of a nerdy, gawky high school girl who has fallen in love with her English teacher The book seems credible up to and slightly beyond the point where the affair is consummated but then becomes annoying in

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