PanicBook - 2014
Risk-taking (Psychology) -- Fiction.
High school students -- Fiction.
Young adult fiction.
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This book was a little too dark to be realistic. It took simple things to a whole new level, and I just couldn't get past the backstabbing, the twisted plot, and the lack of morals. However, it was very well written and I did read it very fast because it's enthralling and fast-paced. I usually love Lauren Oliver, but this one was a little too much for me.
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'The wind lifted goosebumps on Heather's skin, but the sun was warm. She knew that this day, this feeling, couldn't last forever. Everything passed; that was partly why it was so beautiful. Things would get difficult again. But that was okay too.
The bravery was in moving forward, no matter what. Someday, she might be called on to jump again. And she would do it. She knew, now, that there was always light -beyond the dark, and the fear, out of the depths;there was sun to reach for, and air and space and freedom.
There was always a way up, and out,and no need to be afraid.'