In the Rearview - kindle ebook by Maria Ann Green

http://www.amazon.com/The-Rearview-Maria-Ann-Green-ebook/dp/B00MT8DERM

The best part about In the Rearview is it's unique flare. Blending poetry, journal entries, and narrative wasn't the easiest way to write a novel (which may be why it took ten years to write), but it makes for a more interesting read. It's about heartbreak, healing, and the hope of Meagan as she goes from middle school to college.

What the book's about:
When Meagan’s secret is found out, and she realizes there is no way to outrun her habit of cutting, she tries to work through it, and her depression, before she cuts too deep, making a mistake that can never be undone.

Meagan's problems aren't like every other adolescent's no matter how much she wishes they could be. Hers are worse. They've pulled her down into the depths of a depression that is anything but normal. She begins her pattern of self-harm as her depression threatens to drown her. She starts with one cut that leads to the next, and the next. After starting, it's apparent that there's no stopping, and Meagan spirals into a dark and cruel world she doesn't understand. Meagan cuts to feel better, but that comfort doesn't last long enough, and soon life is worse than it ever was before.

While learning to quit cutting Meagan faces life-altering obstacles and grows up in the process. IN THE REARVIEW is a story of pain, loss, confusion, and hope told through Meagan’s poems, journal entries, and a splash of narrative.

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