22 Scars

Rated 5.00/5 based on 1 reviews
A story of sadness, depression and despair, and one girl's struggle to survive. More

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About C.M. North

C.M. North was born in the suburbs of Boston, MA, although he left there when he was two. He spent most of his childhood split between the soaring peaks of the Swiss Alps an the dark industrialism of northern England, and their scenery has left an indelible mark on his psyche and creativity.

He went to school in Sheffield, England, and earned a B.A. in Music Composition from the University of Sheffield. From there he somehow ended up returning to the stories he used to write as a child, and has spent most of the time since 2005 honing the craft of writing (though he says he’s a long way from a master yet).

He became severely depressed in his late teens, and this forms the basis for his first novel, 22 Scars. The story of a teenage girl suffering through catatonic depression in the wake of a tragic upbringing, it reflects many of the feelings and traumas that he lived through himself in those early, dark days.

He currently lives in northern New Jersey with his wife and son, and he firmly believes that without their support he would not be here today.

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Reviews

Cheryl Garrett reviewed on on July 6, 2019

I did really like this book and felt compelled once finishing it the first time to go back and read certain parts again.
It does cover alot of topics that are raw and real. I was able to live inside the main character for much of the story as I have felt and thought many of the same things.
I found this book to be quite a jarring experience to read. Not only because of the confronting content but also the sequencing of the chapters. By the end it did make sense but for much of the book I was guessing about the connections between the characters. I was also left to wonder about how it actually ended.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

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