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eBook formatHardcover, (torrent)En
PublisherMira Books
File size0.8 Mb
Release date 01.03.2009
Pages count345
Book rating4.17 (1162 votes)
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I picked this book up in the airport on my way home from Washington State (way back in October 2009) and have been slowly reading it.

It was a REALLY DEPRESSING book.SO SAD.I left feeling helpless, confused, and disturbed (which meant the author did an outstanding job).

It was hard to finish, because of the issues developed in the characters and story.

I found myself wishing to shake Cammy into reality...and especially wanted to smack some sense into her mom, Samantha, because watching their lives unravel was so sad to for Cammy.I wished for a better end, but know that just as reality doesn't always have a good ending, neither should books if they really want to capture and relate a realistic viewpoint of families in our times.

It was so sad to watch the mistaken/misunderstood communication going on everywhere in that family...and lack of communication.

In the end, I did have such empathy for the parents, because no parent can leave an event like that without feeling so much guilt and self questioning.

Anyway, I believe this book does a good job of capturing youth in suburbon families (youth in danger and vanishing).It also did a good job of portraying the lack of control and desparation a spouse must feel when they don't know how to reach out to their spouse and unite on important matters...especially when the marital relationship is seemingly beyond repair.

But be forewarned...LIKE I SAID.THIS BOOK IS SO SAD AND DEPRESSING.I felt that the characters were well done and very complex, but unless you really enjoy drama and heartbreak, you probably won't enjoy this book.

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