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Cut is a  young adult and realistic fiction novel written by Patrick McCormick. It was published February 1, 2002 by PUSH. It closely follows the struggle of a person with mental challenges.
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  • Danielle Hawkins
    Written on April 20, 2018
    "While this seems like a great self help book for those teenagers/young adults facing cutting in their life, I believe it goes much deeper than this. It has great reviews, but this sort of thing is a very serious problem these days. I think the pain and despair needs to be addressed and get to the root of the issue that is being experienced. Yes, there are doctors that are there to listen and books to read, but prayer helps wonders and different programs for those teens. "
  • Kathy Carlson
    Written on April 28, 2018
    "Oh I dig it. I think I need to reup my audiable account just for this one. Great suggestion."
  • Philip Gardner
    Written on May 2, 2018
    "As the title suggest, this is about a teen who has mental issues and resorts to cutting. It can be heart wrenching and maybe a bit overwhelming, but if you stick with it, this can hopefully help someone or someone you know deal with their issues and get help."
    Justin Castro
    Written on May 1, 2018
    "An insightful and disturbing story that tells the tale of a young girl facing horrors, internal and external. It was engaging, but the psychological aspects were too shallowly written, lacking in depth and authenticity. "
  • Ajay Bhatnagar
    Written on May 8, 2018
    "I'm constantly browsing through my local B&N for the latest releases and also some good classics that I might have missed. I'm a fan of Patricia McCormick and I was surprised to find out that I had missed her 2002 release, Cut. I think I was probably busy with school and travels at the time but now having a chance to read through Cut I have to say I really enjoyed it. It's a heavy read as it covers issues about pain and cutting. A lot of this is stems from the main character who is suffering from mental issues. This is a complex subject that's difficult to tackle and might even be more difficult to read about. There's chapters on treatment and the facilities that the main character has to go through to help her with her issues. The subject is a fascinating one and it might be too much for a casual read in my opinion."
  • Brenda Green
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "We need to speak up more about the challenges many of us face with our mental health. Helpful for teens and young adults to read and relate with the author. This book helps you feel like you're not alone!"
  • Dong Zhou
    Written on April 26, 2018
    "Cut is a great book to learn about addiction and how people fall subject to certain things which turns them into addicts and change there lives forever "
  • Hansika Chatterjee
    Written on April 24, 2018
    "This was an interesting read. It revolves around the main character having mental challenges and follows the journey and struggles that come with that. Decently paced and easy to follow."
  • Jeremy Stevens
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "For starters, the title is terrible. These single word titles can be confused for anything, and searching for them online or in a library is difficult. As for the plot itself, it seems like a kid a misunderstood by the adults, and has to discover the solutions to her problems herself."
  • Henry Jenkins
    Written on April 23, 2018
    "Cut is a story about a person struggling with depression and trauma. It follows a girl who cuts herself, is sent away to a treatment facility, and then find herself and her voice to overcome her issues. It's a rather interesting story, although it may be gruesome for some."
  • Tom Tan
    Written on April 30, 2018
    "The novel is about pain so it is probably depressing. Not sure it fits into the best category however. As there are more popular and better rated books out there. "

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