Girl Nevermore

Last week, Cooper Mesa was a quiet, studious bookworm.This week, she feels unworthy of love or forgiveness.When Cooper s twin sister, Kayla, tries to end her own life, Cooper blames herself If only she had paid attentionDesperate to understand her sister s decision, Cooper starts down a dark path, discovering her own inner turmoil Losing herself is easy, but findLast week, Cooper Mesa was a quiet, studious bookworm.This week, she feels unworthy of love or forgiveness.When Cooper s twin sister, Kayla, tries to end her own life, Cooper blames herself If only she had paid attentionDesperate to understand her sister s decision, Cooper starts down a dark path, discovering her own inner turmoil Losing herself is easy, but finding a reason to live is becoming impossible.
Girl Nevermore Last week Cooper Mesa was a quiet studious bookworm This week she feels unworthy of love or forgiveness When Cooper s twin sister Kayla tries to end her own life Cooper blames herself If only sh

  • Title: Girl Nevermore
  • Author: R.A. Desilets
  • ISBN: 9781500872830
  • Page: 106
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Girl Nevermore”

    1. Girl Nevermore was a little slow to start but once I was hooked, it was a provocative read. The story begins with an introduction to Cooper and Kayla Mesa, twin sisters, as they sit in English classd Kayla begins to fade away right in front of Cooper's eyes. Girl Nevermore tells the tale of destruction that a suicide attempt can wreak. And how those affected by it can learn to deal with what life brings - how perception can help you cope with the darkness inherent in life.Cooper experienced a my [...]

    2. Rating: 3+1/2You can read the original review at JC's Book HavenNOTE: I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.The GoodGirl Nevermore is really a very well-written book. Rachel A. Desilets has done a fabulous job in expressing the true emotions of the lead character, Cooper, who goes through a very difficult time, and in doing so evoking the deepest and darkest feelings and memories in the readers. The characters are developed enough to be dominated by the strong emotional [...]

    3. Fourth Book! Fourth time I've written something like this, and it still hasn't gotten any easier.Girl Nevermore is a hard book for me to pin down. It's a very dark, realistic book. While I enjoyed the writing process on this one, I can't really jump up and down and be like "SQQUUUEEEE MY BOOK IS OUT!" The content doesn't lend itself to that.I could do that with The Uprising series because, well, it was a satire. It doesn't feel right to do that with Girl Nevermore.If you enjoy gritty, dark, real [...]

    4. Jaclyn from JC Book Haven sent Ms Desilets my way because she said it would be right up my alley, and I was drawn in even from the synopsis. I am into the dark and gritty. I deal with severe depression myself and I find a solace in books like this because even if it is fictional character, they know how the mind works when the depression is so dark.We have the book from Cooper's eyes, the one who attempted suicide and is dealing with surviving. Instead we are with Cooper, her sister. Cooper was [...]

    5. Cooper Mesa is your typical teenage book girl. For her, life will truly begin once she's free of high school and her mother. She loses herself in stories until her twin sister looks at her in English class and confesses something so terrible, so painful and shocking, Cooper can only sit and watch as life seeps out of her sister one breath at a time.Girl Nevermore takes us on the emotional roller coaster of loving someone who tried to commit suicide. It's not pretty. Cooper has moments of such gr [...]

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