A compelling series that takes the reader of a whirlwind of our modern day society's conflicts, that young teens face. Kessler does a stunning job portraying the average adolescent who suffers from an eating disorder or a person who suffers from Manic Depression Self-Harm, often referred to as 'cutting, burning, or scratching oneself'. Kessler also throughs in a mix of paranormal activity, such as the myth of the riders of the apocalypse which in itself would have made a wondrous read but thrown together with the background story of each teens suffering, Kessler exposes, rather brutally and without shame the world some teens today live with everyday.
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