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    One of my favorite books!

    I love how realistic this book is. It feels great to read a book where someone doesn't leave therapy just because they fall in love; and pretend everything is fine. Mental illness is serious, and the author surely shows that; but keeping it a light and enjoyable read :) I really like Maguire and the story between her and Jordy, is so adorable. And I don't mean it just in a romantic way, I admire how they help each other out. Long story short: One of my favorite books!
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    Tackles Tough Issues but Won't Bum You Out

    Maguire has been involved in so many bad accidents, while she herself walked away unscathed, that she basically considers herself a bad luck charm and deems everyone around her better off if they steer clear of her. She feels like a danger to them. All of these freak accidents/incidents--or some might call it a bad luck streak, have caused her to suffer from PTSD and anxiety. I like the characters in this book. First, there were actual parents (in a YA book! This is rare), and even a loveable step-parent. I'm jealous, since mine was a monster. Jordy is a very loveable character as well (she meets him at the therapy office because of course, with all that she's dealt with, she sees a therapist. He sees the therapist too, but for different issues than Maguire has going on.), and above that, he's good for Maguire. And she has supportive friends (likeable side characters always make a book more enjoyable). The book follows both Maguire and Jordy face their personal challenges/goals. Despite this being a book that deals with mental illness/issues, it still manages to be a "feel good" book with a satisfying ending.

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