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  • Title: Every Last Word
  • Author: Tamara Ireland Stone
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  • Page: 231
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • If you could read my mind, you wouldn t be smiling.Samantha McAllister looks just like the rest of the popular girls in her junior class But hidden beneath the straightened hair and expertly applied makeup is a secret that her friends would never understand Sam has Purely Obsessional OCD and is consumed by a stream of dark thoughts and worries that she can t turn off SeIf you could read my mind, you wouldn t be smiling.Samantha McAllister looks just like the rest of the popular girls in her junior class But hidden beneath the straightened hair and expertly applied makeup is a secret that her friends would never understand Sam has Purely Obsessional OCD and is consumed by a stream of dark thoughts and worries that she can t turn off Second guessing every move, thought, and word makes daily life a struggle, and it doesn t help that her lifelong friends will turn toxic at the first sign of a wrong outfit, wrong lunch, or wrong crush Yet Sam knows she d be truly crazy to leave the protection of the most popular girls in school So when Sam meets Caroline, she has to keep her new friend with a refreshing sense of humor and no style a secret, right up there with Sam s weekly visits to her psychiatrist.Caroline introduces Sam to Poet s Corner, a hidden room and a tight knit group of misfits who have been ignored by the school at large Sam is drawn to them immediately, especially a guitar playing guy with a talent for verse, and starts to discover a whole new side of herself Slowly, she begins to feel normal than she ever has as part of the popular crowd until she finds a new reason to question her sanity and all she holds dear.
    Every Last Word If you could read my mind you wouldn t be smiling Samantha McAllister looks just like the rest of the popular girls in her junior class But hidden beneath the straightened hair and expertly applied m

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    1. This book is a saccharine sweet fairy tale version of a very real mental illness, Obsessive Compulsive Disorder OCD , as well as the very serious issue of bullying, without true emotional depth It s the equivalent of ordering a black coffee at Starbucks, taking a sip, only to find out that you ve been given a caramel mocha instead It is unrealistic, it is a Disney fied version of real life, complete with a happy ending.Real life doesn t work that way Mental illnesses don t work that way I know v [...]

    2. 3.5 This was a really nice read and I think it dealt with mental illness in a respectful way, but I did find it to be a bit inconsistent at times For the most part I enjoyed it and I loved the poetry aspect of the story.

    3. 4.5 stars.Great Thank you, book Knowing what I now know, I ll have to read you all over again Bet you re real happy right now, aren t ya Mind blowing, unexpected turn of events.I fell head over heels for this EVERY LAST WORD heart warming creature It s a lyrical, theme filled and romantic story about OCD sufferer Samantha McAllister She s obsessed about the number 3, among other things But no one can know about that, especially not her popular bitchy friends, the Eights.With the help of Caroline [...]

    4. FINALLY A mental health book with excellent rep I m soI m so freaking emotional right now This was incredible and you could feel the realism, the love, and the respect on every page It also totally highlights how having a mental illness can be devastating, but noooo it doesn t have to ruin your life Your brain being different isn t crazy or broken or wrong and I justankkkkk you to this book for existing I feel like I ve read so many crappy reps of mental illness lately it s just encouraging to f [...]

    5. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review What a beautiful book Definitely one of the best contemporary books I ve read this year Sam s story was so moving and my heart was honestly pounding towards the end This book touches on some really serious topics like depression, anxiety, and mental disorders, but I thought that Tamara Ireland Stone did it beautifully One of my favorite parts which was a huge part was the poetry in this book This is the type of book that ma [...]

    6. i cried for nearly the entire last fifty pages and i can t even tell you why it s not even sad this book is just really beautiful and very well done and so important i need to go wipe my nose.

    7. LC ltimaPalabraTras dos intensos d as de lectura, finalmente he terminado de leer Hasta la ltima palabra Tamara es una autora que nunca hab a tocado y que poco me interesaba hasta ahora La manera en la que trata temas complicados, como es el caso del trastorno obsesivo compulsivo en adolescentes, me ha gustado much simo, y espero que con esta rese a os convenza a leer esta obra.La protagonista de la novela, quien padece el trastorno comentado, me ha parecido un personaje m s complejo de lo que s [...]

    8. Special thanks to NetGalley and Disney Hyperion for this review copy This book was phenomenal It was one of the best young adult contemporaries that I ve read that deals with mental illness The main character, Sam, has OCD which is an anxiety disorder I suffer from an anxiety disorder too, so I really wanted to read this and see how I could connect with it and how well Tamara Ireland Stone portrayed it I have to say, she did this fantastically You really get a feel for what it s like to go throu [...]

    9. O.M.G this book, I loved it, like legit loved it It starts out odd, but I think that s just because I wasn t really sure what I was getting into, but once I got into it I fell in love Everyone s got something Some people are just better actors than others Samantha McAlister is one of the most popular girls in school, from the outside looking in her life is perfect She is pretty, intelligent, and friends with the right people No one knows she suffers from OCD, which is real a testament to how lit [...]

    10. Hm Really interesting look at a teen with OCD I m not entirely sure everything the book tried to tackle actually worked there s a lot going on here but there is an interesting twist, and the story kept my interest overall More thinking required on this one.

    11. FINALLLYYYYY on sale Go buy it NOOOW Click HERE to purchaseIf you could read my mind, you wouldn t be smiling.Sometimes a book just calls to you Sometimes it consumes your every waking thought until you can finally pick it up Sometimeswhen you get an opportunity to read a book before anyone else you realize just how lucky you are, because you just knew from the moment you saw it that it was going to be special, perfect, just what you ve been dying to read That s exactly how I felt about this boo [...]

    12. 4 stars 4 stars for my 4th YA book of the year Every Last Word is a story about a teenage girl who is dealing with OCD Samantha McAllister appears to be perfect on the outside, but inside she s a mess She constantly worries about her friends finding out about her condition and the fact that she sees a psychiatrist When Sam meets Caroline and gets introduced to the kids in Poet s Corner, everything changes for her She finds herself coming out of her shell and embracing who she is Samantha was a l [...]

    13. 3.5 Stars I don t know what I expected reading this book, but I expected something a little different It wasn t the best book I ve read with this premise, but it wasn t the worst either Honestly I expected something emotional and or moving Needless to say the author failed a little to keep me truly invested in the story It was a good story, like my rating says, but it could have been much better if it would have been longer Every Last Word is the story of Samantha Sam , a girl who s a junior i [...]

    14. Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Disney Book Group and NetGalley My friends can t know about my OCD or the debilitating, uncontrollable thoughts, because my friends are normal And perfect They pride themselves on normalcy and perfection, and they can t ever find out how far I am from those two things This was a YA story about a girl with OCD.I felt quite sorry for Sam in this story, her friends obviously made her feel quite awkward at tim [...]

    15. 4 stars If you could read my mind, you wouldn t be smiling Every Last Word is the story of Sam, a teenage girl with a debilitating case of OCD Not the kind like you and I think, where it s like people keeping things nice and neat, but one that messes with her sense of reality One of the popular girls at school, she is forever in fear of her group of friends finding out her secret and ridiculing her for it.One day she discovers a new group of people at school she never really noticed before With [...]

    16. 4.5 stars Such an unexpected powerful and moving read I m still forcing these foreign lumps in my throat back in as I m writing this review I have read countless books on mental illness but I find this book very exceptional because of the constructive and encouraging way the author portrayed a teenage girl with OCD I appreciate so much the relationship between Sam and her psychiatrist, even involving Sam s mom in actually contributing with her therapy at home I love that their talk therapy seems [...]

    17. Here is my full, spoiler free review for this book youtube watch v LlekVG it was absolutely amazing and I hope everyone gives this beautiful story a chance x

    18. UNA NOVELA DIFERENTE, SENCILLA Y CERCANA Hasta la ltima palabra es la nueva novela de Tamara Ireland Stone, una autora que me cautiv con El tiempo entre nosotros y su secuela Una y otra vez Esta vez viene con una novela juvenil contempor nea que tiene como protagonista a una joven que tiene un TOC transtorno obsesivo compulsivo Ya a simple vista Hasta la ltima palabra me parec a una novela diferente Sin duda, el tener a una protagonista que padece un TOC la hace diferente Ya no porque trate una [...]

    19. See reviews at YA Midnight Reads3.5 starsEvery Last Word is one of those books that had me wanting to smash it into a pulp from page 1, but had me sniffling a bit during the last few chapters.This story follows Sam, a girl dealing who was diagnosed with Purely Obsessional OCD aka Pure O at the age of 11 While she may look perfectly fine on the outside, each day she is battling with the uncontrollable thoughts that consume her.I wasn t quite sure I picked up the same book as everyone else when I [...]

    20. Just wow I love this book to pieces Added to my top reads of 2015 I found so much of myself in Sam and I was sad when her story ended too soon Everyone needs to grab a copy of this book You ll be glad you did

    21. I think everyone who thinks it s okay to throw about the term OCD when they talk about how they like a clean bedroom should read this book YA fiction based around the reality of mental illness at its finest See my full video review here youtu 36YPI1tqKGU

    22. I really enjoyed this book I don t normally enjoy contemporaries that take place in a high school setting but this felt different I will admit that The writing style is fairly simplistic and the narrator often over explains things But the main character is very endearing and I enjoyed her journey immensely There was just something sweet about this book and I feel like it would be very helpful for teens struggling with mental health It reinforces the message that everyone is different and there i [...]

    23. These walls heardme when noone else could.They gave my words a home,kept them safe.Cheered, cried, listened.Changed my lifefor the better.It wasn t enough.But they heardEvery last word.This is a very surprising book Look at the glowing reviews because the hype is real A lot of us frequently use OCD figuratively Nowadays, OCD is synonymous to the word perfectionist, a person who likes things in order, or a person who is neat We throw this word very lightly, but do we honestly know what it means T [...]

    24. 3.5 5 StarsThis was a really great book I can t totally speak for the mental illness representation and I looked for a few reviews but didn t find much , but it seemed very respectful and well done to me It didn t trivialize the issue, the main character had a very supportive family, and had a great therapist she visited regularly All of those things are usual seen in a negative light so it was great to see them positively here.The story was entertaining except for one spoilery aspect that would [...]

    25. Really loved reading this book If you liked Made You Up, which is one of my favourite YA books, you re probably going to like this one as well And vice versa.I absolutely devoured this book Poet s Corner, Sam s development as a human being, the hidden connection between her and AJ, Sam s weekly visits to her psychiatrist, Caroline every aspect of this book was extremely interesting and it s just impossible not to be on the edge of your seat when that final revelation comes It hit me out of nowhe [...]

    26. I won this book way back in the summer, and since then it has been gathering dust on my shelves Whilst I was home for Christmas, I decided I d give it a shot, and it was one of the best decisions I made all through the holidays If you have it piled on a shelf somewhere, pick it up asap Every Last Word is about Samantha, a girl who suffers from OCD, and is keeping it a secret from all of her friends Her family and psychologist are the only people who really know the full extent of her OCD, and he [...]

    27. melissa413readsalotI thought this was a damn good book The ending really took me by surprise, I never saw that one coming, although I knew something seemed a bit weird Samantha has OCD since she was a child and is on medication for anxiety Sam has hidden this fact from her so called friends all of her life These girls that she grew up with were mean and she was always afraid to pull away from them Then one day she meets a really nice girl named Caroline She takes Sam into a different world where [...]

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