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  • 14 May 2018
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Free read ☆ The Edge of Brilliance 105 T drug use has robbed her of her ability to dance and she is forced to weigh how hard she’s willing to work to reclaim her lost talent and potential But despite a promising beginning when Amy falls back into denial the tragic conseuences cannot be undoneAmy is left to decide whether to give up altogether or to accept her diagnosis and the tools she needs to battle her disorder to learn to dance again and to forge a new and improved version of herself Will she step up to the edge of her brilliance and shin Story was interesting but predictable The writing bothered me not very sophisticated The main character s voice was annoying for a while but maybe it is realistic for a 15 year old Overall not the worst book but nothing great to recommend it Harvest year old Overall not the worst book but nothing great to recommend it

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Free read ☆ The Edge of Brilliance 105 FROM YOUNG ADULT FICTION AUTHOR SUSAN TRAUGH The author did a wonderful job at keeping things real from the despair of the parents to the exhaustion of living with the disorder and not grasping the dire need to learn the tools in order to surviveIt is such a very fine line between the two and I believe this book defines it well with humility and compassion Crystal's Many Reviewers Volatile and unstable Amy stands at the precipice Will she fall into the chaos and despair of insanity or ascend into brilliance Fifteen year old Amy Miles has bipolar disorder She s not happy about taking her meds and seeks other ways of making herself feel better such as taking illegal drugs Things spiral out of control and Amy ends up in a residential psychiatric facility There she learns how to cope with her illness through counseling group therapy and medication but only after she figures out that she needs to want to changeThis book provides a realistic portrayal of a young girl struggling to cope with her mental illness The author obviously has firsthand knowledge of the disorder giving us a great insight into how the illness affects everyone around the sufferer While the prose is excellent the teen dialogue is a bit forced Amy s diary entries and letters are an especially poignant touch giving us a glimpse Nautier and Wilder year old Amy Miles has bipolar disorder She s not happy about taking her meds and seeks other ways of making herself feel better such as taking illegal drugs Things spiral out of control and Amy ends up in a residential psychiatric facility There she learns how to cope with her illness through counseling group therapy and medication but only after she figures out that she needs to want to changeThis book provides a realistic portrayal of a Öteki Düşman Olay Levinas Schmitt ve Badiou’da Etik ve Siyaset young girl struggling to cope with her mental illness The author obviously has firsthand knowledge of the disorder giving us a great insight into how the illness affects everyone around the sufferer While the prose is excellent the teen dialogue is a bit forced Amy s diary entries and letters are an especially poignant touch giving us a glimpse

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Free read ☆ The Edge of Brilliance 105 And redemption Amy Miles is fifteen and crazy Or at least that’s her greatest fear Her severe bipolar disorder with its roller coaster manic and depressive episodes is ruining her life Yet in Amy’s mind it’s accepting the pills and therapy not the disorder that will brand her as ‘crazy’When Amy lands in a residential psychiatric program she befriends take charge Mallory and the two create family as they try to salvage the shards of their broken minds While there Amy also discovers that her illici This book does not shy away from the ugly It shows the dark side the truth about having a mental disorder The author does a fantastic job at showing the struggles that not just a pacient but the family of a pacient go through And despite all that the book also has a silver lining an upside showing that recuperation is possible if one wants it enough I am completely enad with the characters and their story Amy is flawed and complex and beautifully real I would highly recommend this book to anyone who doesn t know what struggling with a mental illness feels like It has taught me a lot and has opened my eyes to the difficulties of living with a mental illnessP S Many thanks to Net Galley the publisher and the author for providing this free of charge for me