Someone To Kiss My Scars: A Teen Thriller

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Price
$14.99  $13.79
Publisher
Skipstone Publishing
Publish Date
Pages
316
Dimensions
6.0 X 9.0 X 0.71 inches | 1.02 pounds
Language
English
Type
Paperback
EAN/UPC
9781733148801

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Reviews

"Powerful. Original. Deeply felt and convincing." -- Kirkus Reviews

"Fresh. . .eventful. . .with a satisfying love story underlying it all." -- Foreword Clarion Reviews

"Riveting . . .a beautifully written book. The characters are compelling and their pain authentic. . . hard to put down." -- Blueink Review

"A moving portrait of young lives scarred by severe mental and physical abuse. Skipstone's daring portrayal of her many characters' damaged mental and emotional state is deeply disturbing and chilling. . . Brilliantly brave!" --The Prairies Book Review

"A profoundly emotional dramatic page-turner. It is a courageous look at incest and other forms of sexual abuse. . . A lurid, yet audacious tale." --Authors Reading

A brutal and essential read . . .A fearless novel with a message far deeper than the plot. The intensity of the story . . . is coupled with powerful prose and the reminder that everyone has secrets and scars, urging readers towards empathy, self-examination, and greater kindness." -- Self-Publishing Review

"A taut and lovely story about two tortured young adults who find common ground and mutual acceptance. . . This well-written story addresses social issues of paramount importance. . . Highly recommended."-- Jack Magnus

"Author Brooke Skipstone has created a masterpiece with this traumatic and emotional novel. . . . one of my favorite reads this year."-- Tiffany Ferrell

"A wholly unapologetic, raw look at sexual assault, abuse, aggression, homophobia, self-harm, suicide and all of the terrible things that destroy lives on a daily basis. . . Highly Recommended." -- Jamie Michele

"The prose is impeccably good, laced with vivid descriptions that make the reading experience cinematic. . . A gripping, dark, and disturbing coming of age story that is deftly handled with characters that readers will root for and themes that are relevant and strong."--Romuald Dzemo