Lies and November Nights

Onie, Rebecca Danielle
May 2001
Teen Ink 2: More Voices, More Visions;2001, p61
The article discusses the author's experience of being betrayed by a friend. The author asked her friend, Sara, not to get into the car of her drunk boyfriend. After telling Sara her fears that they might meet an accident if she gets in the car, Sara looked at her and swore that they will walk home together. The author walked with their other friends after making sure that Sara will follow, but that did not happen because Sara got in the car of her boyfriend.


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