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Adult Written byalicepeacock April 19, 2010

Great book

This book was truly amazing and arguably one of the best I have ever read. Naomi is an inspirational character, and although she makes some bad decisions, builds up her life, changing for the better.
What other families should know
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Great role models
Adult Written bymoviemadness April 9, 2008
AGENot rated for age

Great Story of rethinking your life

This is a great book about a girl who suffers a brain injury and can no longer remember her life for the past few years. As she relearns many of the things that she lost, she is confronted by many of the choices that she made in the past and reexamines them. There is one especially heartbreaking character who has attempted suicide and ends up in a institution. His story may be difficult for younger readers.