Kathleen Glasgow is the author of one of the New York Times bestselling novel Girl in Pieces, as well as How to Make Friends with the Dark and You'd Be Home Now.
In Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow, Charlotte "Charlie" Davis' life has left her in pieces. Not so much as 18 years of age yet, Charlie has encountered the most exceedingly awful of what life brings to the table.
In the possession of an underage man who sell young ladies as prostitute, Charlie attempts to commit suicide by cutting her arms, legs, and stomach with glass from a wrecked bricklayer container.
She has involved cutting in the past trying to manage the pressure of life. Companions drop her off external a trauma center where Charlie is dealt with and afterward owned up to a mental clinic.
She is possibly starting to mend both actually and sincerely when she is excused from the emergency clinic since she has no insurance to cover her visit.
This original recounts the tale of Charlie's endeavor to return the bits of herself together and make a positive life for herself regardless of her past.v
Charlie's dad, who gave indications of psychological instability, serious self destruction when Charlie was youthful. Her mom pulled out in her sorrow and took her resentment out on Charlie.
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Charlie was tormented at school since she was poor and on the grounds that she had scars on her arms from cutting. She thought her life was changing when she met a young lady, Eleanor "Ellis" Vanderhaar, who acknowledged Charlie as she was.
Her Friends take Charlie to their grandfather’s house in Santa Fe for her to heal both physically and emotionally.
It is while she is in St Nick Fe that Charlie starts to associate with her own feelings and portrayals her own story. Charlie gets back to Tucson and goes to the advantage show where Riley sings. !Happy Ending!
It's sensible metropolitan survivalism joined with the genuine reality of girlhood. The subjects in this book were extreme - self-hurt, misuse, vagrancy, psychological sickness, habit, self destruction etc.overall good book with decent storyline.
QUOTE - "That's how hearts get broken, you know. When you believe in promises."