The Hate U Give PDF Download

The Hate U Give PDF Download

By: Angie Thomas
Genre: Culture, Places & People, Young Adult
Relase Date: 2017-02-28

African American Tai

This book reflects on what’s going on in the world. It explains certain parts that us African Americans and other races go through everyday in our life time. It was a amazing book and I hope to read more from you.


Nice book and beautiful


This book gives so much hope for young teens as myself. I felt the same way Starr has but even worse. Scared to voice what’s right, due to the fear that I had inside. This has helped me in many ways to know that it’s ok to be heard. For awhile I thought whites were hating black people silently as well as loudly. The adventure with reading this life changing book has made me understand that all whites are not the same. Yes some still can’t stand my race, but I’m beginning to know how to be comfortable in my own skin. I hope you guys read this book for more knowledge and understanding, rather than just watching the movie. 🥰🥰🥰🥰❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

Asu 🥰

I love the book it’s so detailed , the movie was good too 🥰

🅰️nonymous 🖤

I saw this movie and then realized there was a book on it too! This book is worth every star I gave it and many more! Teaches many great morals and is perfect for my school project! (I will cite it I promise)


Just garbage


This book is a wonderful view on things from the eyes of “Starr” and all I can say is beautiful this story is simply beautiful.




I love this book is super good and at the same time it is sad because it tells us what is happening nowadays💜💜💜💜


Just bad...


I read just the sample and I loved it and can’t wait to read more


This may be an incredible view through a young black girls eyes and yes well written. This has been addressed before. We are focusing STILL after all these years on Black Lives Matter and the struggles of one race. My point is All Lives Matter! Everyone in the USA has equality in hatred now. I find if talking about racism is only about focus on one ethnicities experience with it then it becomes dismissive to the struggle of all other ethnicities. Most people will hate this review but there is truth in it.