The therapist suggests trying hypnosis in or Want to see more bookish things from me? The therapist suggests trying hypnosis in order to try and uncover the root of this new fear. Emily discovers that she is having flashbacks from a boy named Michael who drowned back in I found the book to be extremely boring and bland. I really didn't like the writing style and the dialogue in the book was very forced and seemed unnatural.
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Feb 04, Ren nerdychampagne rated it liked it Shelves: Well this is a weird book. And not good weird for me. First, can someone explain to me how Claudia Jones died in and published a book in athat had Google in it??? I feel like this wasn't written by her at all but whatever. Also, the book didn't have proper copyright page and author's biography. Tell me about it. Well, for the writing, it definitely felt like a thirteen year old rather than a fifteen year old girl.
She's quite self-absorbed but just on a healthy level. And well, there's Well this is a weird book. And well, there's no denying it, Allison is a Bitch with a capital B.
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The plot itself is quite interesting but there's something about the entire thing - plus the characters, I swear there's too many things off about these people I don't have enough energy to list them all down. And then the writing I feel eight and reading a book from the library all over again. Overall, this book is tolerable in general.
I mean, it had its ups but for the most part, it was terribly boring. But if you're bored and running away from responsibilities like I am doing right now, then this is a good way to. I found a good quote or two and that's about it but the writing is good even through the boring flow of things. Really, her life is just not that exciting. But in the end, death is the one thing we're sure of but at the same time, is the one thing we're not sure of. Is it really the end or the beginning? Is it really our life or it all depends on the fates?
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Life is not about chasing death but rather, it is about riding out the storm. Dec 30, Kimberley rated it really liked it. Feb 28, Katja rated it really liked it. Emily keeps reliving uncomfortable situations like drowning, having terrible nightmares, and anxiety attacks. The problem is she does not know why.
Aug 26, Nicole rated it really liked it. Deans was inspired to write this story after reading an article in the Portland Press Herald about families losing custody of their children with mental illnesses after their health insurance cuts them off. In this story Zach meets a wide array of characters on the bus trip and one girl in particular, that helps him come to terms with what he had been through, 8th, High School Zach, a middle school aged boy, is heading on a greyhound bus to visit his bipolar brother in a hospital in New Jersey.
In this story Zach meets a wide array of characters on the bus trip and one girl in particular, that helps him come to terms with what he had been through, and what he will be continuing to deal with. I think the content puts it in the high school age range. Apr 18, Lisa rated it liked it.
Zach is taking a bus trip with his Grandfather to visit his older brother Derek. Derek is mentally ill and this has caused his family to lose their home, their savings, almost everything. On the bus, he meets a girl and the two strike up a friendship. Zach is an 8 Zach is taking a bus trip with his Grandfather to visit his older brother Derek.
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Zach is an 8th grader, but I would refer this to a bit older crowd. Mar 20, Sarah rated it really liked it Shelves: The entire book is a Greyhound bus ride, but there's plenty of stories to keep you interested! Zach is riding with his Grandpa to see his brother Derek, and, as you read, you find out more and more about Derek. Zach is only in 8th grade, but is fascinated by the sophomore girl sitting next to him on the bus. Zach calls her "Purplehead" and the two swap life stories.
She's pierced and painted black, and he's a basketball star, yet they get along just fine. It's a sweet, gentle read. Mar 07, Karen rated it liked it Shelves: This was an interesting, quick read but doesn't really delve too deeply into anything so it was difficult to connect to the characters. Good for younger readers who like reading issue-centric books. Nov 17, Erika rated it it was ok Shelves: Usually I like books where one of the main characters has a mental health issue, but this one didn't really grab me- maybe because it was told second hand through his brother Aug 22, Lavabearian Jessica rated it liked it Shelves: I think that this will work for the lower end.
It takes place during one whole bus trip. The protagonist is in 8th grade and narrates from his perspective of his bipolar brother. He learns from his brothers mistakes, but is still a teenaged boy. A YES vote for me.
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Jul 18, Stephanie V. It was a good story but I was hoping Jan 23, Joella www. Ironic thing was it is about being stuck on a bus and then a bus station due to a snow storm. Good thing I read it while stuck in my apartment for a week due to a snow storm. Mar 25, Leila Roy rated it liked it. Oct 18, Madi rated it did not like it Shelves: This wasn't what I thought it was going to be. It was really disappointing. I wasn't a fan of the writing style or the story. I thought it was boring and it just dragged. Jul 03, Chris rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jan 03, Susan Dove Lempke rated it really liked it Shelves: An excellent and touching story of a trip via Greyhound through a snowstorm, on the way to visit a mentally ill older brother.
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