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    Beautiful and Dark

    This book was so sad and heartbreaking while also being so beautiful and triumphing. I honestly didn't care how Sparrow decided to go on a date with Tristan who is know to fly through girlfriends like they are candy and who has been nothing, but mean to Sparrow and her friends. He's handsome so Sparrow decides to go out with him. As much as I wanted to say don't do it, I understand why the author would choose this way to have Sparrow say yes. There are too many young girls that go out with the jerk in school just because he is "hot." At first Tristan is sweet, but quickly turns verbally and physically abusive towards Sparrow. Her friends see the warning signs, but are afraid to say anything. They don't want to upset her or have Sparrow turn away from them because of her history with her mom. Sparrow suffers from PTSD and OCD from the abuse she suffered as a young child. She hides her emotions from the abuse that still haunts her from her mother. The whole story I am screaming at her to just ask for help and to run far far away from Tristan. She finally sees the light, but it turns ugly and Tristan throws Sparrow into the river after beating her close to death. She spends weeks in a coma before coming out of it. She now has to go through the struggles of dealing with what happen and it takes months for her to come to terms with everything and face Tristan. Overall, I really did love this book even with the emotional triggers with abuse, death, and cancer. This book truly shines the light on teen domestic violence and that their are people are out there to help and support through it. I love how Sparrow finally breaks through the darkness and begins to dance as a ballerina again. I couldn't be happier!

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