Julie Anne Peters
Julie Anne Peters ☆ 5 Read.
See The problem of this book is having poor character development and being uite heavy on dialogues Daelyn became a poor character with low self esteem She seemed weak and dumb enough to ollow tips rom the internet on how to end her life I just don t get why people nowadays dwell on popularity and stuff online as if that s gonna last and make you a star what like Paris "Hilton or Kim Kardashian Go ahead and post some nudes I kind of elt bad because it should ve tackled "or Kim Kardashian Go ahead and post some nudes I kind of Sweet Bags felt bad because it should ve tackled lot of teenage issues and could ve helped teenagers going through a rough time being teenagersAll this time Ielt like I was there listening to how problematic Daelyn s life is in my head and she just can t think of any other ways to relieve herself of her problems aside rom ending her life Maybe if she tried to look at other aspects of her life she could ve succeeded and got over her issues with herself and her parentsAnd there goes the other problem The character of her parents in this book AAAAAHI CAN GO ON ALL DAY POINTING OUT WHAT LET ME DOWN IN THIS BOOK SRSLY
Hide Spoiler While Ispoiler While I glad that books like this one are out there to encourage teens to seek help and ind reasons to go on rather that committing suicide I m still not a huge Battle Scars: A Story of War and All That Follows fan of suicideself harm stories especially when they try so hard to be dark that it just comes across as overdramatic Iound myself liking Santana as a character much than Daelyn who spends most of her time hanging around on a bizarre pro suicide website why do such things exist Why don t the police try to get a handle on them the way they started doing with the pro anorexia websites and instead of coming across as an easy character to sympathize with she came across as one of those emo kids The Economics Of Business Enterprise from my old high school who obsessed over all this stuff Make no mistake the subject matter itself is nothing to trivialize Daelyn was bulliedor being overweight as a kid and it s something lots of other kids in the real world ace every day I remember when I was in elementary school the two overweight students in my class were routinely taunted with the chanted nicknames atty atty boombalatty and oinker and harassed in phys ed class Such jokes have never been unny and I m glad this book addresses the harm that bullying can do That said I didn t like the way Daelyn initially treated Santana or her parents and it was difficult to really connect with her as a character simply because she hardly seemed like a real person Instead of showing readers what it s like to be a suicidal teen there s a lot of preachy One Big Damn Puzzler first person monologues that tell you what Daelyn s life has been like but don t really get you toeel anything Landscapes of Communism for her Much like Thirteen Reasons Why s main character Daelyn is one of those characters who you want toeel sorry NORJAK for but can t help thinking that they re being a bit selfish I don t mean selfish in that Daelyn should have endured the bullying or tried harder to be happy but selfish in that she apparently knew all too well what iteels like to be alone and yet still she treats Santana badly whether it be ignoring him outright or wanting him to just go away never even considering the act that wanting him to just go away never even considering the act that life has actually been worse than hers and he s only trying to help I think it would have been easier to relate to her as a character if she wasn t so depressing that she was treating other people rudely What s that saying misery loves company I think that some of the reviews on here are a little biased seei. T vorübergehend stumm Nächster Selbstmordversuch The Outside frühestens in 23 Tagen – dieses Mal soll es der Letzte sein Aus diesem Grund meldet sich Daelyn bei dem Internetforum „Durch das Licht“ an das Tippsür. I thought that it was a good book to show how drasticly people react to things like being called names and being made Loving James (Surviving Elite High, fun of Ieel like the people in this book actually exist Although I really liked this book there was a reason Bedford Square (Charlotte Thomas Pitt, for me giving itour stars She gave up She was a hard character to get at the beginning because I haven t had to deal with characters before but by
the end of the book I viewed her as a heroine of the book I viewed her as a heroine she died Just Gave Up I really liked her character and wish that in the end she didn t dieEvery book that I ve read has had some sort of happy ending Ever since I was little Oh she got her prince or The evil witch died and the people in the kingdom lived happily ever after In real life happily ever after is so hard to achieve that I don t think it has happened to anyone Although when adults read those magic stories to you they made you think that everything was going to be all right when in the back of their mind they know isn t true That s why those I See Rude People five and six year old girls think that by the time that they turn sixteen they will be married to a handsome prince and live in a pink castleThis book was myirst realization into what can happen to people that are your best riends or just some random person you pass in the hall on your way to class The way that she died and the information in the back of the book really opened my eyes to what can happen I told my mom what this book was about and she shooshed me because the topic that it s on is too too I don t even know I am thoroughly surprised that they kept it on the summer reading listRecently a boy that I knew attempted to commit suicide and ended up getting put in a medically induced coma A week and a half later he died and the teachers couldn t even talk to us about it I think that they think if they talk about it then we will do it that s not true Although I don t understand why this boy would go suicidal because his amily was so kind and nice he still tried I know that this isn t really a review of the book but it goes along with the message that the author was trying to send to its readersThis book was an eye opener and I suggest it to anyone and everyoneJust want to say something to the parents of that boyI can t even imagine the pain that you went through and you re still going through The pain of losing one child at seventeen months is enough to even attempt to handle but to lose your ourteen year old too is just too much to bare I just "want you to know that I eel so bad and the memory of him will go on orever because "you to know that I eel so bad and the memory of him will go on Ormen i Essex forever because was so kind and helpful to everyone He cared enough to set up a toy drive at Christmas because he didn t want anyone to go without a presentFly high Always missed neverorgotten 25bought at the book Bare It All (Love Undercover, fair mibf2015 view spoilerOkay Maybe I am rating this one so low but I guess It just didn t hit me that hardI ve read loads of stuff like this tackling bullying and suicidal tendencies of youngsters and there are aew which really stood out unfortunately this one didn tI just Bare It All (Love Undercover, found it clichedor one because the narration of Daelyn s story and experiences sounded as if she s looking at the situation shallowly and as if she isn t problematic at all It wasn t really clarified if she attempted to kill herself because of her past problems or if she has new onesYes she talks about her obesity issues and the tragic An Elusive Victorian fate she had atat camp But look she even gets skinny at the end to the point that Santana hits on her. Daelyn 15 – erster Selbstmordversuch vor ünf Jahren da sie von ihren Mitschülern wegen ihres Übergewichts drangsaliert wird Letzter Selbstmordversuch vor einem Jahr; trägt seitdem eine Nackenschiene und is. Ng as some of you reading this book don t understand that type of pain Daelyn was in before she offed herself I read this book a while ago when I was still in high school and it was so beautifully painful or me I was the new girl who underwent bullying along with personal tragedies my sopho year I ended up in an institution or having suicidal tendencies and characteristics And yes at one point I planned out my death I remember being in so much pain but only inside Daelyn was being torn to shreds by the pain and she was willing to go to any lengths to stop it Suicide is not a way to stop life but to stop pain There is no lack of character depth with Daelyn She s exactly what she is A girl in agonizing pain There is nothing to that She doesn t do anything besides read and sit at her computer because there is nothing else she is capable of doing with that state of mind I love the way she was portrayed It is truly like that When you re bullied and broken you don t let people close not even or a moment Yes there is always doubt in your mind even when people The Last Imaginary Place follow through with suicide they were doubting it at one point For people to say that the author did not give her much of a personality or did not make her as complex as she should have been you don t understand her then There is so much to her than just what the author lets on This book is obviously targeted to a specific group of readers soor someone to say that Daelyn wasn t right on or the perfect portrayal of pain then they obviously haven t been in that same place Personally I enjoyed it Except Not Just Roommates for the blatant lack of needed attention that her parents showed her I know that makes things a thousand times worse Overall it was a pretty accurate book in the category of suffering BY THE TIME YOU READ THIS I LL BE DEAD tore my insides raw As I read I screamed I cried I threw the book across the room I apologized and cradled it delicately in my hands I also chuckled andell in love with the characters lawed as they all are Julie Anne Peters is nearly unmatched when it comes to writing about difficult taboo controversial and absolutely necessary subjects and her latest book is aTERRIFYING MASTERPIECE THAT DESERVES TO FINDmasterpiece that deserves to Jean-Paul Sartre find way into everyone s handsDaelyn is not an easily likable protagonist I hope to God that veryew of us out there can actually understand where she is coming Vintage Games from a dark andrightening world so terrorized so beaten so loveless that Zamba for her suicide is aorm of salvation And yet as she slowly reveals to us her bullied past we invariably ind ourselves at once within her shocked into silence at what we experience being her and at her side emotionally invested in attempting at what we experience being her and at her side emotionally invested in attempting give her hope It s a powerful duality of readers position that only the most skilled of novelists can achieveAnd indeed Julie Anne Peters incredible writing skills are brilliantly showcased in this book Daelyn "S VOICE IS CYNICAL AND SNARKY WITHOUT BEING OVERWHELMINGLY "voice is cynical and snarky without being overwhelmingly inducing Peters prose is short to the point and lyrically sweet Sometimes succinctness is the greatest orm of powerI can t end this review without pointing out how absolutely lovely Santana is but I ll let you The Detour find that outor yourself Needless to say I wish I could place a copy of this book into the hands of everyone between the ages of 12 and 18 Perhaps if everyone were allowed this candid look into Daelyn s hurt bullying and suicide bullycide would be hopefully less of a terrifyingly real problem. Einen gelungen Suizid aber auch die Möglichkeit ihre Ängste und Sorgen zu teilen bietet Doch dann lernt sie den witzigen Santana kennen der The Crime Trade (Tina Boyd fasziniert von ihr ist Gelingt es ihm Daelyn ins Leben zurück zu hole.