Willow by Julia Hoban

June 14, 2009 at 1:06 pm Leave a comment

Willow has a whole lot of pain, and to keep her emotions in check she cuts. This has been going on for about 7 months, ever since her parents died in a car crash. Willow was driving. When Willow meets Guy, something about him causes her to finally open up emotionally. I felt the relationship between Guy and Willow rang true. The ending came a bit too fast, and things were resolved a little too easily, but this was a poignant novel about grief, first love and cutting.

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Entry filed under: Fiction, Young Adult.

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