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Fall Girl

by Marybeth Smith

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This book was written well introducing me to characters that are very real.Dealing with Bi-polar yourself is hard, frustrating and emotional; even more so for the family, siblings and friends. This book brought me back to my high-school years, all the emotions and fears and friendships on and off again plus a sister who loves her brother and him having bi-polar issues. His mother also had a mild case which twisted the story line at times binging you into another view even. Hoping the older teens will read and think about what each of them might be dealing with at home, and offer some understating and comfort. ( )
  denisa.howe | Mar 30, 2013 |
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