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By: Rachel Vail

Linda Olvera

on 3 December 2012

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Transcript of BRILLIANT

BRILLIANT By: Rachel Vail Setting Genre
Characters Rating and Recommendation Summary Themes and Life Lessons Additional Information My additional information is the SAT test. This is a test/exam that students take in high school for a college admissions in the United States. The SAT is mostly taken for colleges around the coasts of the U.S. Not all colleges admit this test/exam but most colleges do.
The SAT takes 3 hours and 45 minutes to finish. The subjects included in this exam are Critical Reading, Mathematics and Writing. The College Board is the company that owns the SAT.
This information will be helpful to those students who want to know more about the SAT and they can find out even more information from these two websites: the one listed below and this website: http://sat.collegeboard.org/home
I got this information from these websites.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/SAT The genre of this book is realistic fiction. The reason why this book is realistic fiction is because the main character in the book face some obstacles that many people face. For example economy problems. Quinn- is a very smart, brilliant girl. Her parents love her more than her 2 younger sisters because she is the oldest and is much more wise.
Jelly- is Quinn' best friend and she always supports Quinn in tough situations The theme of this book is to always be yourself and to not try to act like
someone when your not. Being yourself will lead you to a good path in I give this book a 7 of 10 because there really wasn't no clear resolution at the end of the book because the story left you hanging at the end.
I would relate to Jelly in this book because she is always there supporting and helping her best friend.
I would recommend this book to people who like reading books about The book doesn't mention where the setting takes place, but how the author describes the setting, it can be compared to Dalton, GA. life. gossip. out of Quinn and her family are facing some tough economic problems so they have to sell their house and they have to move, but they don't know where. Quinn's mom is planing to move into her moms' house, but Quinn is not loving the idea of moving because she was doing great in her life right then. With all the planing and moving at the same time, everybody looked up to Quinn as the brilliant girl in the family because she well behaved.
Quinn may have seemed like she is all calm and relaxed in the outside around her family and friends, but in the inside she feels stressed and outside of her house she is making some bad choices, she partying and sneaking out when she is not suppose to. Quinn is doing all of this because she has to much stuff going on with her family she just wants to fins herself, all this leads to Quinn into getting in problems with 1 of her 2 younger sisters and the police even has to get involved in another problem that will surprise you if you read the book. Read the book to find out the consequences that Quinn gets from her parents and find out if Quinn get back to her normal self.
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