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I really liked this book, it was very relatable and had a meaningful ending.
Stories like this can make you think about many aspects of your life, and how you relate to what Craig was going through, and eventually made through.
While mental illness is a serious problem... Vizzini does a treating finding a way to lighten the issues he, and others face.
It may of been more engaging for teens rather than a adult, I found it to be typical juvenile bookPublished 1 day ago by April R. Fornwalt
What I love most about this story is that in the end Craig doesn't say that he is cured, but that things are looking better. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Grace Black
A hearbreaking tale of a young man's journey through getting help and the realization that maybe not all of his problems are mental. Read morePublished 1 day ago by Sara Hill
I myself suffer from depression, I myself spent five days in a mental facility. Reading this book made my heart ache, my head hurt, my stomach flutter, my palms to sweat... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Ashley Reyes
Awesome book! AND movie!
Needed this book for summer reading in psychology.
Very boring, and really do not feel with all that is taking place in the world around us, that we should be subjecting our children to have to read this book as a SCHOOL... Read morePublished 6 days ago by Jan Janus
Funny, witty and poignant. Memorable characters. They became like friends as I read the novel. Sad that Ned Vizzini took his life when he had so much to offer us.Published 7 days ago by Gary Biggs
Years ago I searched my high school library and public library for this book, and I wish I'd found it then. Read morePublished 7 days ago by Karina