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I cared about the characters when I finished the book two weeks ago and I still do.Published 9 days ago by Jo Reeding
honestly, not very well written, ouch.. it's a book by a writer about writing. better to get it out of the library than have in your permanent collection.Published 21 days ago by kmhook
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This book caused me to feel a wide range of emotions and feel completely connected. Salzman’s writing is uncensored and raw. Read more
This books contains many elements of sadness and despair, crippling loneliness, and complete remorse. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I really enjoyed reading this book and could rarely put it down. Mark Salzman illustrates well the true feelings of juveniles behind bars while still letting the raw, emotional... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Amazon Customer
I had very little expectations or enthusiasm to read this book, as it was assigned for my juvenile justice class. However, it was a fantastic book and well written. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kirsty
great book, Im not a big fan of reading what so ever. I had to read this book for one of my college courses and I highly recommend this book to anyone.Published 4 months ago by Jose h.
I cannot recommend this book highly enough! Mark Salzman is as non-judgmental and evocative as a writer can be, and reading this book is a very moving experience. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Yitzhak B.
Wisdom is found in beings we think are throw away. This is a delightful account of Self discovery.Published 8 months ago by shannon wylie