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Patricia McCormick's first novel is authentic and deeply moving. Callie suffers from a less familiar teen problem--she cuts herself to relieve her inner frustrations and guilt. The hope and hard-won progress that comes at the conclusion of the novel is believable and heartening for any teen reader who feels alone in her (or his) angst. Along with Laurie Halse Anderson's Speak and E.L. Konigsburg's Silent to the Bone, McCormick's Cut expertly tackles an unusual response to harrowing adolescent trouble. (Ages 14 and older) --Emilie Coulter --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Disturbing yet realistic. My middle school students found it riveting. Opened plenty of important dialogue about pertinent issues for teens!Published 5 days ago by Jessica A. Corkum
I ordered it for the fall semester, it got here really quicky. I read it in a day, that's how much I was dying to figure this book out. I liked it overall.Published 10 days ago by Doni Marshall
I didn’t like this book. It explores the life of a high school student struggling with cutting herself. Read morePublished 15 days ago by sherry jensen
This book is one of the few today that doesn't have to be a love story and still be a great, relatable, and compelling story. The author is a fabulous writer as well. Read morePublished 23 days ago by Dwaine Dinvaut
I went into this book not really knowing anything about. I saw it on the shelf at HPB, and the cover kind of drew me in, along with the title. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bookaholics Anonymous
I started this book and in less than 2 hours I was already halfway on it. Love it! ... I can relate to it so much.Published 1 month ago by Edith Perez