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I highly recommend this book for teens who have been through tragedy.
A powerful novel of grief and recovery emerges from the telling hand of a long-time novelist who does as good a job for teens as she does for adults.
I really appreciated Oates' sometimes simplistic writing style because it so effectively conveyed Jenna's thoughts, emotions, and delusions.
A tremendous novel. A coming of age story like no other. As she tells her story I am in awe of the fear she walks through. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Kindle Customer
This book is one of the best books I've ever read! Its story is just absolute genius ! ! !Published 1 month ago by Grace Boyer
This was good insight into the mind of troubled teenager. This one seemed to find a resolution. But many don;tPublished 10 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 19 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