Today, I'm bringing you an extra special post, reader, about a very special book I couldn't wait till the end of the week to share. From the second I read the title Girl in Pieces I knew that I had to read this book. I didn't care what it was about or how it went along; the title felt like a promise that the story would be true and honest and real. Unfiltered. And Kathleen Glasgow delivered on the promise more than I could have fathomed simply because I am not sure I've ever read a book that made me feel so intensely (and trust me, I've read a lot of books). So without further ado: Overview: Girl in Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow is the story of Charlie Davis, a girl who has faced one horrible situation after another. She has lived with her abusive mother, in horrible homes, and on the streets from the beginning until she winds up the mental ward of the hospital where she hopes she will get to stay. It's food, shelter, a home. But of course, being forced to
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