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The Eyes of van Gogh

by Cathryn Clinton

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I liked this book because it was very realistic adn any person could relate to the story.
All Jude's life she's moved constantly. Stella, her mother, is a a very angered and also a drinker. Jude uses her art to escape the pain and fear. When she moves to Ellenville will things be the same after meeting Todd Rineer, a small town farmer and popular football player?
  RiverTeens | Aug 9, 2007 |
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0763622451, Hardcover)

A teenager finds solace in her art — and her friends — as she struggles to escape depression in this affecting new novel by Cathryn Clinton.

After all the moves from town to town, after all her mom’s boyfriends and drinking and anger, Jude hopes things will be different in Ellenville. In her new high school, Jude starts to open up. Her art teacher admires her painting and encourages her interest in van Gogh. Soon she has two new friends and a romance that may save her from a dead-end future after all. But when life doesn’t follow her plans, Jude finds herself staring into van Gogh’s tortured eyes and seeing her own reflection. NOTHING WILL EVER CHANGE, says a voice in her head. MAYBE IT WOULD BE BETTER IF YOU WEREN'T HERE. With sensitivity and insight, Cathryn Clinton looks through the eyes of a troubled teen as she moves through darkness toward a merciful glimmer of light.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:23:39 -0400)

After many moves with her peripatetic mother, seventeen-year-old Jude begins to believe that she has finally found a home, friends, and some purpose in life when the grandmother she never knew has a stroke and she and her mother come to live in the same town to be near her.… (more)

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