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With Transgender Indivduals So transgender indivduals so cannot say whether this representation was all good Bulbophyllums; the Incomplete Guide, From A to WHY? or not But she was an amazing woman who deserves a medal for what she had to put up with in her family when she was younger None should ever have to go through the transition without the support Alhambra of their lovednesOverall this was a uick emotional read And even though it seemed a bit rushed in places especially when they were in Toronto it was still an enjoyable read that I wholeheartedly recommend everyone to read I stated earlier that I would not be reading this book again This isn t because it s terrible because it isn t it s just because it was too emotional for me as I also said earlier it hit very close to home I would love to hear what you guys thought about this bookWarning includes triggers for depression suicidal thoughts deathDisclaimer this book was sent to me by the publisher in exchange for an honest review This was a short and sweet read You get through it super fast but the storyline is perfect There is nothing the author could have added I loved the character development the plot development etc Everything was perfect about the book I liked how it talked about family disputes LGBT community mental illness etc There s a girl whose very close with her grandma Her grandma is going to be sent to a senior home because she has Alzhemiers so she forgets everything Her memory is getting worse so it s hard to deal with her but she really doesn t want to go to a senior home Zoe the girl gets bullied by her cousin and doesn t f I liked the relationship between Zoe and her Granny they really cared for each ther I also liked how the story dealt with Alzheimers and how hard it can be for a family I did This is a lovely YA novel that straddles the perspectives f youth and Its a Lat Lat Lat Lat World old age beautifully It is complex but easy to read and engage with at the same time This is a searingly authentic story about the bond between a bullied teen and her beloved grandmother who is rapidly declining into the later stagesf dementia No sugar coating here Allan Stratton deftly draws the reader in to the heart and mind The Infinite Air of Zoe as her world falls apart at home and at school and we re wounded as she is living through the bullying she receives from her popular cousin She sees her parents treatmentf Grandma Bird as a parallel to what s happening to her but Stratton s nuanced writing shows the reader it isn t as cut and dried as all that Everyone should read this book It will make you weep and it will stick to your heart I liked it but I didn t love it I had my Kindle The Spill of text to speech reading it too me mostf the time I liked the idea Pandoras Planet of it and the writing was pretty good but I didn t gel with the characters like I wanted to I felt for her when she was being bullied butverall I didn t
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LGBT transgender mental illness alzheimer sThe Way Back Home is a story about a girl whose grandmother with Alzheimer transgender mental illness alzheimer sThe Way Back Home is a story about a girl whose grandmother with Alzheimer is sent to a care home And since you re reading this review and I m assuming after this you won t read this book my review will contain some spoilersFirst things first do not read this book Unless you hate yourself then be my guest read this bookSecond the main character is a horrible brat with serious issues If I were he. Il est grand temps de prendre le contrôle de la situation Elle aide sa grand mère à s'échapper et toutes les deux partent pour un long voyage en voiture dans l'espoir de retrouver un ncle de Zoé ui a depuis longtemps disparu Mais la.
Allan Stratton ï 7 read & downloadR parents I would definitely put her in some kind f institution because that girl seriously needs to get her act together She is not How To Win At Casino Gambling only rude to her family she is mean to everyone except her grandma she is self absorbed reckless immature and if I think she has some typef mental illness possibly depression because what she thinks and does is not normalSome uotes f
Things She Says To Hershe says to her thinks about her parents areedit #they re in the carI want to kick the back f her seat so hard she ll fly through the windshield #re in the carI want to kick the back When Not to Build of her seat so hard she ll fly through the windshield can t wait till you reld I mutter as we go inside I ll lock you in Greenview so fast your heads ll spin When you cry and scream like Granny I ll laugh I hate you I wish you were dead Mom s lip trembles What did we do to deserve this You got pregnant that s what Why didn t you get rid f me I wish you had I run to my room smother my face in my pillow A whirlwind f hollers LEAVE ME ALONE LEAVE ME ALONE LEAVE ME ALONE LEAVE ME ALONE I keep it up till they do Third the whole book is basically built around the fact that you re supposed to feel sorry for Zoe the main character which I didn t Hello Bravo ! - Activity Book obviously The side characters are if possible even worse than Zoe Madi her cousin is an absolute bitch She is literally evil view spoiler Madi even got her friend to nearly kill Zoe simply for the fact that she hates her There are also several mentionsf Zoe wanting to end her life Suicide and murder are NOT to be taken lightly and having teens nearly kill each An Eye for an Eye otherr themselves Still Side by Side over a stupid fight is notkay hide spoiler DNF p 50 ishI really wanted to like this I picked it up because it was nominated for the Governor General Award for Young People s Literature this year and I enjoyed Stratton s mysteryhorror novel THE DOGS a few years ago The first 50 pages was comprised almost entirely Oriori No Uta of dialogue This isn t a bad thing inf and itself but the way the characters spoke was very forced stilted and unnatural I wish I could provide some examples but I ve already returned my library copy I had no issues with the Four Word Film Reviews other elements plot characters etc and I might have been able to get past the dialogue as well if it didn t take up so muchf the prose I have too many books I d like to get to so I m not going to force myself to read something I likely wouldn t like This review may contain some spoilersThe Way Back Home tells the story Keep Calm, Alice Is Here Affirmations Workbook Positive Affirmations Workbook Includes of Zoe Bird an angry rude and sarcastic teenager who I ironically fell in love with from the very first page Usually I find annoying and self absorbed teenagers well annoying and self absorbed and I have limited patience for their viewf the world However something about Zoe captivated me At ne point in the novel she asks her Granny why do you love me Why would anyone love me If you re finding Zoe to be an unlikeable heroine I would suggest attempting to see her through her grandmother s eyes someone who is good and kind and loyal with the biggest heart in the world Behind all her poor behaviour and reckless decisions I believe that is exactly who she isThis relationship between Zoe and
her Granny is at the heart f the book It s the reasonGranny is at the heart You Owe Me One of the book It s the reason I loved it so much The love they had for eachther really resonated with me and I believe it will resonate with anyone who has loved and lost a grandmotherDisclaimer I received a free copy f this book from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review When I finished this I felt like I d just finished a love story Very sweet emotional and uite touchin. Jeune fille devra faire face à la brutale vérité en cours de chemin L'auteur à succès Allan Stratton signe un récit poignant à propos de la prise de conscience d'une adolescente ui se heurte aux problèmes non résolus de sa famil.
re seriously going to be taken n an emotional rollercoaster ride with this book Iseriously going to be taken Second Son (Jack Reacher, on an emotional rollercoaster ride with this book I this particularly difficult to read because it hit very very close to home with the characterf the Granny I got half way and I just didn t think I could read any because it was getting too personal but I ploughed through it and I m really glad that I did Zoe Bird is going nowhere fast She s angry and lonely and her United States of Americana only true friend is her granny whose Alzheimer s is worsening When her parents put Granny in a home Zoe decides now is the time to break free She smuggles Grannyut and together they hit the tracks The Thermals of August on a cross country trip to find Zoe s long lost uncle But there will be some home truths along the way Zoe Bird is going nowhere fast She s angry and lonely and hernly true friend is her granny whose Alzheimer s is worsening When her parents put Granny in a home Zoe decides now is the time to break free She smuggles Granny Natives: Race and Class in the Ruins of Empire - The Sunday Times Bestseller out and together they hit the tracksn a cross country trip to find Zoe s long lost uncle But there will be some home truths along the wayJust because this
"Book Is Emotional That Doesn "is emotional that doesn mean that it s a brilliant book It was good yes but not The Perfect Child one that I would consider reading again I HATED Zoe s parents I hated them I have never ever disliked a pairf fictional parents this much in my life they made me so angry They didn t care about Zoe at all What kind Lost Horizon of parents believes a sadistic disgusting and horrible girl like Madiver their True Prosperity own daughter Them that s who Because theynly saw what they wanted to see and I truly believe that they were projecting that they wanted Zoe to be like the version Thing He Loves of Madi that they saw When Zoe told them that Madi was bullying her they didn t believe her for even a second they told her that she was lying When Zoe came home when Madi had tried to kill her they didn t let her explain where she had been they just wentff Dr. Witchs Animal Hospital onne Uggggggghhhhhhh I FEEL SO BAD FOR ZOE All she wants to do is be with her Granny and look after her and the parents have to sabotage that as well by putting her in the care home because no ne can be #bothered to look after her themselves 1 Granny said that she wanted to die at home so they #to look after her themselves 1 Granny said that she wanted to die at home so they her wishes 2 She wouldn t let anyone but Zoe bathe her and feed her but they still sent her to the care home I just kept seeing a lack f love from the parents because they were so hung up No Capital Required on trying to be like the Dad s brother and his wife If you can t live like you want when you reld when can you Allan Stratton The Way Back Home So yeah as you can see I have a lot Programming in Swift of anger about the parentsn this book I m going to try and not get into another massive rant about the character WordPress Absolute Beginners Guide of Madi because that would last forever She s just a hateful self absorbed bratOn the pleasant sidef things I really did love how the relationship between Zoe and her Granny was portrayed The love between the two The Complete Guide To Associate And Affiliate Programs On The Net Turning Clicks Into Cash of them was just amazing Ok so Zoe was very stupid taking her Granny cross country to Toronto but at the endf the day Zoe just wanted to help and get her Granny away from a place where she knew that she was miserable I also thought that Granny s Alzheimer s was written perfectly I genuinely couldn t fault it and I also loved how Zoe didn t lose her patience with her she just kept calm and tried her best to make sure Granny was getting what she neededIt was also amazing to be introduced to a transgender charcater and even though this was the nly. Zoé Bird étouffe Elle est furieuse elle se sent seule et son uniue véritable amie est sa grand mère dont les symptômes d'Alzheimer s'aggravent considérablement uand sa grand mère est placée dans une maison de soins Zoé décide u'.