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    A Charming Read

    I found this book to be particularly charming. Audrey’s family seemed very real to me, especially a family that is trying to cope after their daughter has been ill, not really sure how to handle it. At first I found her mother to be quite dramatic, but as we come to see, she really just diverts all of her frustration and anger at not knowing how to help Audrey on to Frank. It all felt extremely plausible and strangely relatable. Even though no one in my family has personally gone through an episode or illness like Audrey had, there are times when someone in the family requires more attention than others, and tensions can run high when making those kinds of sacrifices. The road to Audrey’s recover was also extremely relatable. We all need to be reminded now and again that our life is a big up and down graph. There will be set backs, no matter if you are ill or not. My only wish is that Linus hadn’t been the one to help her out of her shell. I feel like there are too many books/ movies/ television shows based around mental illness right now that depicts a sweeping romance to be their turning point. Yes, it is nice to have support and someone to help you through it. But, assuming that someone needs to rescue you romantically in order to feel better is a bit dangerous to teach young readers. Since Audrey is 14, I wonder if other 14-year-olds might read this and think the same thing. It was a fun, quick read and I did enjoy myself.
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    i am sorry Sophia but i was expecting a more interesting story, it was a little bit repetitive in some pages, anyway still interesting .:)
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