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I highly recommend this book for teens who have been through tragedy.
I get that it was a book and had to cover each stage of recovery, but she definitely went through the stages much faster than me or anyone I know.
I really appreciated Oates' sometimes simplistic writing style because it so effectively conveyed Jenna's thoughts, emotions, and delusions.
This was good insight into the mind of troubled teenager. This one seemed to find a resolution. But many don;tPublished 5 months ago by Jessica Franklin
Marking this less than five stars is strange, because this is a well crafted book, if not one that you enjoy reading. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Mari
I love Oates and bought this for myself but soon realized it was written more for teens, though I did enjoy it. Gave it to my 14 year old niece and she LOVED it!Published on September 19, 2010 by Jude
Have you ever been in a horrific car accident that has changed your life forever?
Jenna was living a normal life as a normal teenager. Then she got into a car accident. Read more
Joyce Carol Oates's new book for teens has a long title and it really does sort of give away the ending. Read morePublished on January 17, 2007 by TeensReadToo