By Richard L. Becker
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Published: Aug. 22, 2010
Words: 68,626 (approximate)
Young adults and teenagers struggle with first love, relationships, unplanned pregnancies and abortion.
Babies Cry focuses on the characters of the story and their relationships with one another. It is not an action novel. The characters all seem real, and the dialogue catches the way young people talk, both those working right after high school and college kids. The story is at times sad and at times uplifting, and the controversial issue of abortion is handled without taking sides and without dealing with the legalities and politics surrounding it. The novel is short and a fast read with surprises at the end.
, first love
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