Publish date: September 2004
Pages no: 190
Edition language: Deutsch
, Realistic Fiction
, Banned Books
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
, High School
I didn't really find any connection with any of the characters even an understanding of why they do those things. I'm happy with how the ending went considering how Callie was determined to be better. I think she meant a whole lot more than her obvious tendency to cut herself.
Years ago I bought the book because I wanted to feel some sort of connection and understanding with someone else that was going through the same sort of thing I was dealing with at the time, even if that someone was fictional. However, this book wasn't what I thought it was going to be. It was very ...
The story itself wasn't particularly endearing to me, but the message is important enough to make this a crucial read for YA. I'm glad we have it in our collection at the library.
Actual rating: 3.5This review originally appeared as a guest review on Smash Attack Reads!: http://www.smashattackreads.com/2011/11/guest-review-cut-by-patricia-mccormick.htmlI was torn on how to rate Cut. When it comes to tackling the issue of cutting and what it entails, I thought that Cut fell i...
I like the "you" stuff. And I'm not saying more than that. Except thinking of this book makes me think of the donut part and makes me want a fucking donut, badly.
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