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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.
Fantastic insite into to the troubled mind af a teenage girl. Highly recommended resource for anyone going through this in their family.Published 19 days ago by Tom Renoe
Good book but since I am a professional in the field of social work it left me wanting more information.Published 21 days ago by Cynthia Bergakker MSW
Wonderful book. Wish there was more. Touched me on a personal level.Published 29 days ago by Cazbaz
This book, "Cut" was talked about on TV one time and I decided to read it. It took me to a different level of understanding as to why some people cut. It is to feel. Read morePublished 1 month ago by MissDebbie
Loved this book it was incredible!!! One of the best books I have read in my life I wanted it to continue I'm sad that it's overPublished 3 months ago by wendy bizzarri