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Anna Jones is an intelligent and spirited girl of 15, whose everyday experiences of growing up are overshadowed by a rare condition called Goldenhar syndrome. While Anna approaches her life with humour and determination, she is haunted by the inescapable fact that she looks a little different from other girls.


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Anna Jones is an intelligent and spirited girl of 15, whose everyday experiences of growing up are overshadowed by a rare condition called Goldenhar syndrome. While Anna approaches her life with humour and determination, she is haunted by the inescapable fact that she looks a little different from other girls.

54 review for World Enough and Time

  1. 5 out of 5

    Ryn Joyes

    When you are an English teacher (as I am) and you read a lot of Young Adult novels (as I do) you begin to notice trends in styles. A mid teens female narrator? Hmmm. This must be a book that involves falling in love with the wrong boy and either running away before realising the terrible mistake she has made or convincing the adults in the novel that the unsuitable boy isn't actually that unsuitable. "World Enough and Time" bucks these trends however and gives us a narrator that simply isn't tha When you are an English teacher (as I am) and you read a lot of Young Adult novels (as I do) you begin to notice trends in styles. A mid teens female narrator? Hmmm. This must be a book that involves falling in love with the wrong boy and either running away before realising the terrible mistake she has made or convincing the adults in the novel that the unsuitable boy isn't actually that unsuitable. "World Enough and Time" bucks these trends however and gives us a narrator that simply isn't that sort of girl. Anna is bright, articulate, critically aware of the flaws she knows others see in her and yet oblivious to the flaws that she doesn't realise that she is capable of having. She is witty, sarcastic and brilliantly written. Born with a deformity known as "Goldehar's syndrome" her face (specifically the right side of her face) is mis-shapen and this novel charts the run up to the major operation that she hopes will make her look more "normal". Unlike other novels with narrators that suffer "character building" disabilities/ deformities however, this novel allows you to almost forget about them until they are needed as a device to move the plot along. Anna is constantly aware of her looks and yet she seems no different to other teenage girls, despite the vast differences in the self confidence issues that stem from appearance as well as the everyday issues that come from simply being 15. Anna isn't a victim. She has friends and a family who love her. There is no bad guy in this novel. What there is however is a well crafted set of characters and scenarios that are thoroughly believable as well as heartfelt. The author has obviously spent a lot of time around young people and knows the good that most have in them as well as the stupidity and ignorance that gets in the way of their social growth If I had to say anything less than positive about this book I would say that I feel it could have been longer. There are sections of the story that could quite happily have had more detail applied to them and the ending feels pacier than the rest of the book, but this is only a small criticism and only one I would give if I were pushed to make one. This novel is an excellent piece of Young Adult fiction and I wouldn't be surprised if schools picked it up as a text for 14/15 year olds to study. At the same time it is an enjoyable read. As an adult reading this type of novel it is always difficult to gauge whether teenagers will like a novel as much as I did, but I think they will

  2. 4 out of 5

    Anna

    'World Enough and Time' by Emma C. Williams was 'recommended' to me by Goodreads based on some books I'd read previously. The premise fascinated me and, seeing that I had it on my 'to-read' shelf, the author contacted me asking if I would like a copy to review. Of course, I accepted, and here we are... Anna Jones is your typical 15 year old. Intelligent, sensitive and feisty she's got a lot going on. Firstly, there's Michael, a close friend who she'd like to be closer to, then there's the fiasco 'World Enough and Time' by Emma C. Williams was 'recommended' to me by Goodreads based on some books I'd read previously. The premise fascinated me and, seeing that I had it on my 'to-read' shelf, the author contacted me asking if I would like a copy to review. Of course, I accepted, and here we are... Anna Jones is your typical 15 year old. Intelligent, sensitive and feisty she's got a lot going on. Firstly, there's Michael, a close friend who she'd like to be closer to, then there's the fiasco she's gotten herself into with her RE teacher and a badly phrased opinion. But the biggest thing going on in Anna's life right now is the build-up to an operation she's been waiting a lifetime for. An operation that could change her life completely. You see, Anna has Goldenhar Syndrome, a genetic condition that prevented one side of her face developing at the same rate as the other. As a result, her face is severely asymmetric, one half of her jaw is underdeveloped causing complex structural problems. Anna is also almost completely blind in one eye and has less than perfect hearing in one ear. She also has scoliosis of the spine as a result of her condition. And yet Anna does not let any of this get her down. At fifteen, she's already gone through a lifetime of medical procedures, examinations and orthodontic devices but finally it is time for the operation of all operations. An eight hour procedure to transplant bone from one of her ribs into her jaw and hopefully make her face more symmetrical. Anna hopes that the procedure will allow her to live life in the same bubble of uncertainty that others do. There won't be any more over-friendly shop-keepers trying to show that they don't care how she looks, there won't be any more kids pointing and asking their parents what is wrong with her, and maybe, just maybe, Michael might find her attractive enough to date. 'World Enough and Time' is a beautiful novel. Told from Anna's point of view we get an exquisitely crafted and insightful look into the mind of a fifteen year old who just wants to live her life without prejudice. Unusually for a novel told from the point of view of a teenager, I really did feel like Anna was talking to me directly, as though the author had channelled Anna and was relaying her thoughts on to the page. Anna did not feel fictional. She felt thoroughly 3D, a fully developed character who I could really care about and wanted to spend time with. In fact, I didn't want the novel to end as I wanted to spend more time with Anna and her friends and I'd be happy to read an entire series of books devoted to Anna Jones. (Thankfully, I've discovered that Anna has her own blog! I'll definitely be checking that out.) This novel taught me a lot. Not just about Goldenhar Syndrome, which I'd heard of before but didn't really know a lot about, but also about life in general. It taught me that no matter what we think of ourselves, no matter how hard it can be for us to believe that other people will ever find us beautiful, there will always be those who hold us up when we're down and see the beauty that hides within us. It made me pause for a moment in my own navel gazing and contemplate how different and more complicated my own life could be. This is one of the best Young Adult novels I've read in the last couple of years and I want to urge any YA fans out there to get their hands on a copy and everybody else to buy a copy for any teenage girl in their life.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tracey (Life and Literature)

    If you are looking for a fast paced, action packed book then World Enough and Time is not the book for you. However if you are looking for a story that is full of reality, then you definitely can't go wrong with this one!! This is the story of Anna who was born with Goldenhar syndrome, which is a congenital birth defect which involves deformities of the face. It is her story as she prepares for, in her words, "the countdown to The Day My Life Changes". You see, Anna is about to undergo major surg If you are looking for a fast paced, action packed book then World Enough and Time is not the book for you. However if you are looking for a story that is full of reality, then you definitely can't go wrong with this one!! This is the story of Anna who was born with Goldenhar syndrome, which is a congenital birth defect which involves deformities of the face. It is her story as she prepares for, in her words, "the countdown to The Day My Life Changes". You see, Anna is about to undergo major surgery to make her face a "bit more normal". It's a sad fact of life that our physical appearance affects the way people look at us. Whether it be with shock, pity, sadness or sympathy. You try living like this for one week and see how you like it. It isn't much fun getting stared at and having small children point at you, so as far as I'm concerned the surgery is absolutely necessary. Maybe afterwards I can truly live a normal life – boring bits included. Anna is such a wonderful character. She is incredibly witty with an amazing ability for sarcasm and humour. She has an honesty about her and has no trouble admitting her own flaws, outside of the physical. If you put aside for a minute the fact that she has Goldenhar syndrome, then she is just like any other fifteen year old girl experiencing crushes, friendship drama's and school. But she experiences all of that with the added factor of the multitude of appointments to Doctors, where she is poked and prodded to prepare for her surgery. Anna is surrounded by a network of equally wonderful people, from her parents to her friends, old and new. They don't always do or say the right things but I think for the most part they are always acting with Anna's best interests at heart. Through the wonderful writing of Emma C. Williams, I found this book to be uplifting and wonderfully inspirational as well as completely original. A really quick read but one that you will most definitely love!! 4.5/5 Stars!! Review first posted at YA Book Addict... http://youngadultbookaddict.blogspot....

  4. 5 out of 5

    Annmarie

    Copy obtained through Goodread's giveaways I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is aimed at YA's and is not your A-typical boy-meets-girl story. The story is based on a 15yr old girl called Anna who has a rare condition called Goldenhar Syndrome. It raises ethical issues, stereotyping and prejudices, identity awareness, and vanity. Each issue is dealt with sensitively and, considering the target audience, it has the ability to impart knowledge that would make one consider their own actions. As for t Copy obtained through Goodread's giveaways I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It is aimed at YA's and is not your A-typical boy-meets-girl story. The story is based on a 15yr old girl called Anna who has a rare condition called Goldenhar Syndrome. It raises ethical issues, stereotyping and prejudices, identity awareness, and vanity. Each issue is dealt with sensitively and, considering the target audience, it has the ability to impart knowledge that would make one consider their own actions. As for the main character... I related to Anna for the most part. I found her entertaining, witty, very intelligent, and I could empathise wih the situations she faced. I was, however, very disappointed with her attitude towards Tim. But, it is a good lesson to learn - Even those that have been unfairly judged by looks alone are not immune from having pre-conceived notions of their own towards another.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Michelle & Tony

    I won this book from Goodreads in return for an honest review. I know this book is aimed at teenage girls - but I loved it! The characters of Ashley and Anna were great. Although Anna had disability issues I didn't feel sorry for her or felt that I was expected too. She was a normal teenage girl who had a more to cope with than her friends, but did it with humour and the help of her family and best friend. I am 47 so a little out of the age range of this book - but I remember how awful being a teen I won this book from Goodreads in return for an honest review. I know this book is aimed at teenage girls - but I loved it! The characters of Ashley and Anna were great. Although Anna had disability issues I didn't feel sorry for her or felt that I was expected too. She was a normal teenage girl who had a more to cope with than her friends, but did it with humour and the help of her family and best friend. I am 47 so a little out of the age range of this book - but I remember how awful being a teenage girl was! This book is so well written. I will certainly tell my younger friends about this and will be looking out for more of this authors work. If I had been a teenager I would have given this book 5 stars instead of 4!

  6. 4 out of 5

    Louisa Reid

    This is the sort of book you read in one go. I enjoyed it very much and liked the main character - a feisty and brave girl who faces up to the challenges of her life with humour and spirit. Some interesting questions are raised too in terms of issues relating to genetic testing and abortion. Well written and absorbing.

  7. 4 out of 5

    Jade Walker

    World Enough and Time was one of those quick books that I was expecting would just fill in space between longer books, but rather than this being a 'filler' book, this short book is so emotionally charged and meaningful that it stands out more than the longer and darker reads do. I learned so much from this book, I'd never heard of Goldenhar syndrome and now I feel more educated, but this book helps to show what's going on in the mind of anybody with a physical disability and I loved watching Ann World Enough and Time was one of those quick books that I was expecting would just fill in space between longer books, but rather than this being a 'filler' book, this short book is so emotionally charged and meaningful that it stands out more than the longer and darker reads do. I learned so much from this book, I'd never heard of Goldenhar syndrome and now I feel more educated, but this book helps to show what's going on in the mind of anybody with a physical disability and I loved watching Anna grow as person as she began to realise that her disability didn't determine who she was inside, and I liked to watch her reach out and make new friends and find new relationships. In my opinion, the voice of Anna was so authentic and believable for somebody in her position and I think this book sends out a believable and meaningful message whilst being an entertaining read. It took me less than two hours to read this book and I was gripped all the way through, whilst it isn't an exciting book, the charm is more in the way the words are written and the reality of the situations rather than the craziness. there are some funny points in the book, but I really enjoyed it for the meaning and whilst I can't say I absolutely loved it, this book ended leaving me with a smile on my face, and a book dealing with serious physical disabilities that can be that uplifting deserves to be credited for that. Overall, this book dealt realistically with an illness that is not widely known and educates whilst entertaining. It isn't exciting, but it's meaningful and uplifting and is definitely worth checking out if you're after a short book with meaning and charm. Overall Rating: B

  8. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Dalton

    World Enough and Time follows the main character Anna in the months leading up to a life changing operation. Anna suffers with Goldenhar Syndrome, a rare congenital condition characterised by underdevelopment of the ear and jaw on one side of the face. Anna is a fantastic character. She's witty and sarcastic. She talks back, but in an intelligent and challenging way. She's frustrated but never lets this frustration boil over into bitterness. She surrounds herself with people who are good for her World Enough and Time follows the main character Anna in the months leading up to a life changing operation. Anna suffers with Goldenhar Syndrome, a rare congenital condition characterised by underdevelopment of the ear and jaw on one side of the face. Anna is a fantastic character. She's witty and sarcastic. She talks back, but in an intelligent and challenging way. She's frustrated but never lets this frustration boil over into bitterness. She surrounds herself with people who are good for her, a lovely best friend for example, and looks at life with an enormous slice of common sense. First and foremost World Enough and Time is a really entertaining read. It reminds me of school, especially studying His Coy Mistress in English Literature, and of the complicated friendships you develop. Those first awkward encounters with boys are all there, the moment when you have a crush on a boy and he doesn't feel the same way. But you also grow along with Anna. She wants more from life and is frustrated when people feel she has to settle. There is a part of Anna who struggles with the idea of settling for a partner because of her condition and there's a sense of self destruction there, that she is putting up a barrier that will take time to come down. She's a complex and interesting character who makes you think a little differently about the world. You'll still be thinking about Anna after you stop reading, wondering if she does find her Prince Charming and whether he looks how she imagines. I highly recommend this book.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Faith

    I'm very confuses as to how this book got such great ratings, as in 4+ stars. I will say it was well written as in realistic because the the characters's ages. But this was, no other way of sayin it but...., a story. I'm an emotional basket case when it comes to stories. I can totally jump in and feel what they feel. This book had me not feeling anything. There were words as to how Anna described herself but I couldn't FEEL how she felt about herself. There was so real climax in this book, story I'm very confuses as to how this book got such great ratings, as in 4+ stars. I will say it was well written as in realistic because the the characters's ages. But this was, no other way of sayin it but...., a story. I'm an emotional basket case when it comes to stories. I can totally jump in and feel what they feel. This book had me not feeling anything. There were words as to how Anna described herself but I couldn't FEEL how she felt about herself. There was so real climax in this book, story. I was so hoping for (shrug) I don't know :/ maybe a moment when Anna felt emotional I've her new look, good or bad feeling. I think the story lacked something to hold on to. It was a easy fast read & was over before I knew it. I kept noticing the % get high on the bottom of my kindle telling me I'm almost done thinking WTF where's the good part? I won't call this a good or bad story but nothing I would recommend to anyone. I'm bummed that is is one of the very few I paid for, not waiting for one of the many fb pages to post it for free nor did I wait for it to go on sale. Bummer. Very disappointed.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Toni

    They say when the student is ready the teacher will come. Well, this is how I feel about this book. This last year, really these last many years has turned so many of my hopes and dreams upside down. I still want to write. No, I must write, but with all the upheaval I've gone through I question exactly how to go about it, I question where it would be best to spend my limited time. But this book seeped into me and calmed me and helped me realize what was important to me. And it also helped me rea They say when the student is ready the teacher will come. Well, this is how I feel about this book. This last year, really these last many years has turned so many of my hopes and dreams upside down. I still want to write. No, I must write, but with all the upheaval I've gone through I question exactly how to go about it, I question where it would be best to spend my limited time. But this book seeped into me and calmed me and helped me realize what was important to me. And it also helped me realize that the decision I made over the years were right for me. Success is not what you think it is and I think this books helps you see that. I wish each of my sons would read this book. They are not writers, artist, but creativity really is involved with every job I can think of and also with private life. I wish this book was required reading for everyone. A beautiful life is so much more than screens, cell phones, hurrying. And life is too short to waste time figuring that out. So, I love this book. I will be referring back to much of it often. So many pages flagged and highlighted. I would say if you want to enrich your life, read this book, I dare you.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Heather

    An outstanding novel! World Enough and Time is a coming of age story of an intelligent witty teenage girl, Anna, who has a rare condition that results in some physical deformities. The story is about her coming of age, but it's also about the life of any other teenager. The underlying story line is engaging and clever and reminds us that while we're all different, we are also all the same in the fundamental humanity that binds us. The characters are well developed and likable. The plot is engagin An outstanding novel! World Enough and Time is a coming of age story of an intelligent witty teenage girl, Anna, who has a rare condition that results in some physical deformities. The story is about her coming of age, but it's also about the life of any other teenager. The underlying story line is engaging and clever and reminds us that while we're all different, we are also all the same in the fundamental humanity that binds us. The characters are well developed and likable. The plot is engaging. The book is a pleasure to read and had me laughing out loud at parts. Even more than that though, this is a story that sticks with you, that binds to your heart, and that is touching. The writing is excellent. This is a must read for teens and adults. A truly original book and a thoroughly enjoyable story. Disclosure: I received this book for free from Goodreads, however this had no impact on my review. I absolutely loved the story for the quality with which it was written.

  12. 4 out of 5

    Stacey

    Reasons Why I Loved World Enough and Time: Anna Jones: Of course Anna has to be the main reason why I loved this novel so much. She has intelligence, wit, and maturity beyond her fifteen years. In short Anna has sass to spare, but she also exudes a sense of sensitivity and vulnerability. She is a wonderfully complex character who drew me completely into her equally complex world. Friendship: The relationship between Anna and her best friend Ashley was one of my favourites throughout the whole nove Reasons Why I Loved World Enough and Time: Anna Jones: Of course Anna has to be the main reason why I loved this novel so much. She has intelligence, wit, and maturity beyond her fifteen years. In short Anna has sass to spare, but she also exudes a sense of sensitivity and vulnerability. She is a wonderfully complex character who drew me completely into her equally complex world. Friendship: The relationship between Anna and her best friend Ashley was one of my favourites throughout the whole novel. The dynamic between them was perfect, and the vast differences in their world viewpoints only added to the humour and credibility of their friendship. Their spirited conversations often left me smiling. And finally, this sentence had me returning to one particular page over and over again : "And I don't want someone who will love me as I am; I want to be someone that is easy to love" Heartbreaking yet so beautiful. This novel was well written, intelligent and quite simply lovely. Very much recommended.

  13. 5 out of 5

    TheGirlWhoReads

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It was one of those books that you get off the library shelf without much prior thought but can't put it back because something in it compels you to read on ... For me, it was partly due to the nature of the story_it's about a young girl, suffering from Goldenhar Disease, finding her self and her place in the world and in certain people's heart. But what makes it special is that the realisation at the end, that at times we are judging the love around us with other people's eyes and not letting ou It was one of those books that you get off the library shelf without much prior thought but can't put it back because something in it compels you to read on ... For me, it was partly due to the nature of the story_it's about a young girl, suffering from Goldenhar Disease, finding her self and her place in the world and in certain people's heart. But what makes it special is that the realisation at the end, that at times we are judging the love around us with other people's eyes and not letting our heart do the job, rings true and got me thinking. I appreciate the narrative flow and ease, and how the story manages to keep us hooked till the end. And for me just reading it was such a relief from all the text books no matter what it scored in comparison to other books I have read. Note: It's a fairly short book too, you will complete it in one sitting. Go ahead give it a go!

  14. 5 out of 5

    Myndi

    This was definitely one of those books that pulls you in from page one and makes it difficult to put down. I enjoyed the story and felt that the characters were very easy to relate to. The one thing I will say is that I think certain parts of the story were glossed over or moved through too quickly, I'd have liked more information. It also ended rather suddenly and I would have liked a more gradual descent into the ending. I would like to have had more to the story too and know what happened wit This was definitely one of those books that pulls you in from page one and makes it difficult to put down. I enjoyed the story and felt that the characters were very easy to relate to. The one thing I will say is that I think certain parts of the story were glossed over or moved through too quickly, I'd have liked more information. It also ended rather suddenly and I would have liked a more gradual descent into the ending. I would like to have had more to the story too and know what happened with Tim in the future and how Anna looked when all the procedures were done, or if she needed more done like the doctor suggested might be a possibility. Overall, a thoroughly enjoyable book and one I think would be a great read for teen girls.

  15. 4 out of 5

    Forever YA Fiction

    This is one of those books you can read in one sitting. Although it’s a quick read it is a powerful story. When we first began to read this story non of us had ever heard about Goldenhar Syndrome by the time we finished the book we felt like we knew what it is like to live with this condition. We love how Emma C. Williams combines Anna’s life with her doctor appointments to show the reader how difficult it is to be her. However, for all the struggles Anna has to go through she is very strong cha This is one of those books you can read in one sitting. Although it’s a quick read it is a powerful story. When we first began to read this story non of us had ever heard about Goldenhar Syndrome by the time we finished the book we felt like we knew what it is like to live with this condition. We love how Emma C. Williams combines Anna’s life with her doctor appointments to show the reader how difficult it is to be her. However, for all the struggles Anna has to go through she is very strong character, showing strength in her humor. We also love how her friends and parents support her, it warmed our hearts. Everyone should have a support group like them. World Enough and Time is an amazing uplifting story that will leave you with a smile.

  16. 4 out of 5

    Chris

    A great book you could sit and read in one sitting. A powerful moving story about a teenage girl with a rare disfiguring illness who like all teenagers is trying to find out who they are and how they fit into the grand scheme of life. I found that the main character of Anna really likeable, feisty and witty. I thought the book was well written with a good understanding of teenage angst but I found the language used between the characters a little too precise for the way teenagers actually talk. O A great book you could sit and read in one sitting. A powerful moving story about a teenage girl with a rare disfiguring illness who like all teenagers is trying to find out who they are and how they fit into the grand scheme of life. I found that the main character of Anna really likeable, feisty and witty. I thought the book was well written with a good understanding of teenage angst but I found the language used between the characters a little too precise for the way teenagers actually talk. Overall a lovely book with lessons for all.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Debra Jo (Room of Required Reading Book Reviews)

    Read this in just half a road trip home. Quick and good read. The author took a tough subject and made it light and refreshing. It is listed as YA and I most certainly feel it is relevant for any age, I think this would be good for a younger audience as well. I felt a string connection with all the characters. The story was never dull and it kept my attention the entire time. I'd give this one about 3.75 stars!! Overall good novel. Read this in just half a road trip home. Quick and good read. The author took a tough subject and made it light and refreshing. It is listed as YA and I most certainly feel it is relevant for any age, I think this would be good for a younger audience as well. I felt a string connection with all the characters. The story was never dull and it kept my attention the entire time. I'd give this one about 3.75 stars!! Overall good novel.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Rebecca Emin

    Being a teenager is never easy but when you have additional problems to worry about, life can seem even harder. Anna is a likeable main character whose story is written in a sympathetic way yet is not patronising at all. I started reading this book and was totally hooked, I can't remember when I last read a book so quickly but I really enjoyed this and can't wait to read the next book by this author. Being a teenager is never easy but when you have additional problems to worry about, life can seem even harder. Anna is a likeable main character whose story is written in a sympathetic way yet is not patronising at all. I started reading this book and was totally hooked, I can't remember when I last read a book so quickly but I really enjoyed this and can't wait to read the next book by this author.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Victoria Cooper-miguel

    first time ive read one of your novels and i realy liked it can realy empathise with the story good all rounder 4/5

  20. 4 out of 5

    Sana

    Best Latin teacher and author in the world. I wouldn’t have any other teacher but you. This book is detailed and filled with emotion. It makes you want to cry with how strong the main character is. She’s incredibly lovely and quite relatable, we all have friends like this.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Julia T D

    :-)

  22. 4 out of 5

    Amber

    Despite my seemingly low rating I thought this book was a lot more enjoyable than I had first expected. However I felt that the lack of character development and the abrupt (and dare I say slightly boring) ending let it down. However if you are looking for a light and very quick read this is a great choice as it could easily be read in one sitting. I loved Ashley's character! She was bubbly, funny, realistic, helpful and such a good friend to Anna. She was one of the most relatable characters I h Despite my seemingly low rating I thought this book was a lot more enjoyable than I had first expected. However I felt that the lack of character development and the abrupt (and dare I say slightly boring) ending let it down. However if you are looking for a light and very quick read this is a great choice as it could easily be read in one sitting. I loved Ashley's character! She was bubbly, funny, realistic, helpful and such a good friend to Anna. She was one of the most relatable characters I have ever read about as she tries really hard to make everyone happy but it is obvious that she does make mistakes. I think that any young girl feeling insecure should read this book, (especially young teens) as it gave me an entirely new perspective on things and made me even more thankful for what I have. I specifically loved this quote from the book: "I shouldn't have to face this just because the rest of society can't walk past me without staring. They're the ones with the problem, not me." A part of me thinks that this book deserves a higher rating but the reason I gave it what I did was simply because I think I am just a little too hold to truly appreciate it and it just isn't really my cup of tea. If you have read this book or plan on reading please do tell me your thoughts on it!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Sharina

    I absolutely loved this book. I had a very hard time putting it down. This book grabbed my attention from the very beginning. The issues that she deals with are very relatable. I wish there was more to the story. I really wanted to know what happened when she finished all the treatments.

  24. 5 out of 5

    Heather

    review to come soon.

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