"Leah Greene is dead." With a first sentence like that, how could I not read it. This poignant story is a great example of how sometimes the abused can become the abuser.
At first, I just hated Leah, hated her for doing what she was doing to Laine, hated her along side Laine. But then the truth about Leah's past started coming to light and I couldn't help but feel bad for Leah. Sure, she was still in the wring for doing that stuff to Laine, but when you're a kid being abused, you just don't understand why and all you want to do is get control of the situation which is never the case, so you get control over something else. And what about misery loves company. Leah did seem like the kind of girl who wanted someone else to feel her pain.
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