Reasons for Recovery

Rated 4.50/5 based on 4 reviews
A suicidal teen who suffers from cutting feels as though her life is being controlled by those who are not relevant to her life anymore. She goes through a love triangle, deaths, and saving a life to finally realize her purpose.
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About Blair Burden

Blair Burden is most known for writing about psychological/suspense topics. Burden focuses on strong dialogue and first-person point of view, which puts her readers in the character's mind.
Most of her novels focus on females and how they overcome challenging issues.

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TJ reviewed on May 19, 2013

This book was soooo good. I wish it was a movie. :)
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Lauren reviewed on Sep. 5, 2011

I agree with the first review. Fantastic storyline and characters, but the technical issues took away from that. I enjoyed reading both of your books and look forward to more. (:
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Jamie J. reviewed on May 20, 2011

I really enjoyed this book!!! Really much
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Shelly Olmstead reviewed on May 18, 2011

This was a very profound story. The only reason I didn't give it a full 5 stars was for the technical problems, such as grammatical and spelling mistakes, because there were a few parts here and there that it was hard for me to understand a sentence because of such things. But as for the story, it had a huge impact on me, being around people with mental illnesses my whole life, from friends to family. I think everyone should read this book to get a better idea of what mental illness and grief and depression are really like and what they can really do to a person. It also teaches that for the most part, your first impression of a person is totally wrong and you shouldn't judge someone, especially if you don't know what their personal history and life is like. (PS: To the writer-I'm offering to edit this book for you for free if you'd like. Just contact me if you're willing to let me help you with that :))
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