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    Summary ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Tamara Ireland Stone Every Last Word (New) 45 starsGreat Thank you book Knowing what I now know I’ll have to read you all over again Bet you’re real happy right now aren’t ya?Mind blowing unexpected turn of eventsI fell head over heels for this EVERY LAST WORD heart warming creature It’s a lyrical theme filled and romantic story about OCD sufferer Samanth

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    Tamara Ireland Stone ´ 5 Download Summary ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Tamara Ireland Stone Every Last Word (New) i cried for nearly the entire last fifty pages and i can't even tell you why it's not even sad?? this book is just really beautiful and very well done and so important i need to go wipe my nose

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    Free download Every Last Word Every Last Word (New) Summary ê PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ´ Tamara Ireland Stone Special thanks to NetGalley and Disney Hyperion for this review copy This book was phenomenal It was one of the best young adult contemporaries that I've read that deals with mental illness The main character Sam has OCD which is an anxiety disorder I suffer from an anxiety disorder too so I really wanted to read this and see how I could connect with it and how well Tamara Ireland Stone portrayed it I have to s

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  • ebook
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  • Every Last Word
  • Tamara Ireland Stone
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  • 11 June 2020
  • 9781484706275

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Download Every Last Word ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Ns and conflicts that many teens will relate to Eminently readable Booklist A brilliant and moving story about finding your voice the power of words and true friendship I couldn't put it down Elizabeth Eulberg Author of The Lonely Hearts Club Brilliant brave and beautiful Kathleen Caldwell A Great Good Place for Books A riveting story of love true friendship self doubt and self confidence overcoming obstacles and truly finding oneself Melanie Koss Professor of Young Adult Literature Northern Illinois University Romantic unpredictable relatable and so very enjoyable Arnold Shapiro Oscar and Emmy winning Producer Characters to love and a story to break your heart Readers will want to turn page after page and read every last word Then do it all over again Marianne Follis Teen Librarian Valley Ranch Irving Public Libra. i cried for nearly the entire last fifty pages and i can t even tell you why it s not even sad this book is just really beautiful and very well done and so important i need to go wipe my nose

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Download Every Last Word ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free A New York Times Best Seller If you could read my mind you wouldn't be smiling Samantha McAllister looks just like the rest of the popular girls in her junior class But hidden beneath the straightened hair and expertly applied makeup is a secret that her friends would never understand Sam has Purely Obsessional OCD and is consumed by a stream of dark thoughts and worries that she can't turn off Second guessing every move thought and word makes daily life a struggle and it doesn't help that her lifelong friends will turn toxic at the first sign of a wrong outfit wrong lunch or wrong crush Yet Sam knows she'd be truly crazy to leave the protection of the most popular girls in school So when Sam meets Caroline she has to keep her new friend with a refreshing sense of humor and no style a secret right up there with Sam. This book is a saccharine sweet fairy tale version of a very real mental illness Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD as well as the very serious issue of bullying without true emotional depth It s the euivalent of ordering a black coffee at Starbucks taking a sip only to find out that you ve been given a caramel mocha instead It is unrealistic it is a Disney fied version of real life complete with a happy endingReal life doesn t work that way Mental illnesses don t work that way I know very well it doesn t work that way because I ve got itI have OCPD obsessive compulsive personality disorder It s a lesser form of OCD I don t obsessively count things I don t get massive panic attacks I don t get major anxiety attacks but I know what it feels like to have your own mind turn on you at times My mind is constantly racing at hyperspeed I can t relax It takes me 2 hours to fall asleep every night because I can t be at rest Like the main character in this book I have survived on very little sleep for a very very long time I m constantly tiredWhen something falls out of pattern in my day When I don t get a certain machine at the gym When I can t do this or that at a certain time I do not get major panic attacks over them but at the same time things just feel wrong Certain things minor to others will ruin my day Why can t you just use another machine It doesn t work like thatMost often if people ask I just laugh it off because honestly I don t care I feel like my OCD does make me a better person in some ways I know I work efficiently than most I know that my boss loves that part of my mind because it ensures I m THE BEST EMPLOYEE EVER because I will not let anything slip through the cracks I know that this part of my personality drives me towards knowledge because that too is an obsession I m not ashamed but I still know how the character in this book feels knowing you re not entirely normal and hiding it from most people you know so that you won t be judged because most people can and will judge anyone with a mental disorderI know I m not my mental illness I think I m an awesome person I m smart I m funny I m pretty good looking for my age But at the same time there s a part of me that just constantly whispers You re not normal You ll never be normal It takes a lot of effort go to through my day sometimesI know what OCD is and for me this book does not accurately portray it As I mentioned before this is a book published by Disney and it is for the dreamy Perks of a Wallflower crowd than anyone who truly wants to understand the depths behind this mental illness This book is far too sweet far too improbably far too unrealisticThe main character Samantha has OCD She is a repetitive thinker This feeling of obsession does not persist throughout the book her mental illness only resurfaces occasionally There is no feeling that she is constantly under the weight of this mental illness the way a real mental illness should be When I finally pulled into the driveway that evening the last digit was resting on a six so I backed out again and drove around the block a few times until the odometer stopped where it belonged And now I have to do that every time I park Everything in life is perfect pretty much understanding mom fantastic psychiatrist not all psychiatrists are that awesome I assure you and she is a part of the popular Mean Girls at school She hates them but she fits in perfectly well with them and she is perfectly able to disguise her OCD despite having been diagnosed with a severe form of it by the age of 10 I assure you this is not true in real life Nobody who has OCD can conceal it that well particularly not a child It is almost impossible that Samantha can fit in and disguise herself as normal to the most conceited most judgmental most observant group of girls on campus girls who have known her since childhoodAnd then there s the artificially sweet and improbable artsy fartsy little Poetry Corner with whom she falls in when she tries to make some true friends people who understand her people who express their emotions through words and poetry and song A private little club that nobody knows about Gag me really Real life doesn t have this shit As I scan the room taking in the slips of paper scattered around me I think I catch Caroline and pixie cut girl look at each other What is this place I ask again hearing the amazement in my own voicePixie Cut answers me We call it Poet s Corner Real life doesn t have friends with whom you can constantly click with whom you immediately reveal your inner selfThis book not only deals with OCD but with the issue of bullying and it deals with it in a manner that feels completely false The main character may not be a bully herself but she does so out of peer pressure Her group the Mean Girls have constantly taunted and made fun of others whom they deem inferior A A A Andrew to the tune of the Chia Pet jingle and then she starts cracking up How can you not remember Andrew That kid stuttered so badly he couldn t even say his name We used to follow him around singing that songYou have to remember this Oh God I do It s all starting to come back to me and when she sings that horrible song again I can see Kaitlyn and me in our skirts and ponytails trailing behind him on the playground while he covered his ears tears streaming down his face trying to run away from us We never let him get far Bullying is a very very serious issue and this book does not give weight to it It glosses over the fact that the character was a bully It never truly delves into the mental process and the depths behind such an act The main character feels bad about it she feels a lot of remorse but there is never any feeling of true emotion or sincerity upon her reflection into it There have been a lot of bullying stories in the news There s so much that goes on in the mind of a person who tortures someone so much This book should have portrayed the feeling of self hate of insecurity of the darkness in the mind of the person who does the bullying In my opinion this book completely failed at itAgain this is a Disney fied book about mental illnesses and bullying I understand that the author does not have OCD and she is doing her best to portray a mental illness One does not have to have a mental disease to write about it but a book about such serious issues should feel realistic and relatable to the reader and particularly one who suffers from it This book failed to do that for me

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Download Every Last Word ã PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free 's weekly visits to her psychiatrist Caroline introduces Sam to Poet's Corner a hidden room and a tight knit group of misfits who have been ignored by the school at large Sam is drawn to them immediately especially a guitar playing guy with a talent for verse and starts to discover a whole new side of herself Slowly she begins to feel normal than she ever has as part of the popular crowd until she finds a new reason to uestion her sanity and all she holds dear Praise for Every Last WordClueless meets Dead Poets Society with a whopping final twist Kirkus ReviewsThis book is highly recommended readers will connect with Sam relating to her anxiety about her peers and root for her throughout the book VOYA A thoughtful romance with a strong message about self acceptance this sensitive novel boasts strong characterizatio. this book is sooo me i loved it when i first read it a few years ago and i love it even now down to every last wordas someone with a psychology background i have to praise TIS for her very real portrayal of OCD i cant even begin to tell you how often people are misinformed about the disorder or how debilitating common misconceptions of OCD can be i really admire how the story was inspired by someone close to TIS who has the disorder because it makes its representation so personal and the storytellingwriting definitely shows it im also so enamoured by how this story is a love letter to words from their healing powers to inspirational strength words play such a large role in this story and sams management of her OCD i think many readers myself included understand sams connection with words whether its poetry or song lyrics or anything else and can see themselves in that aspect of the story this is such a touching motivational and highly informational read definitely a recommendable favourite 5 stars