I think the concept if the story is great, but I was frustrated with how much of a victim the main character was throughout most if the story. The reader wanted her to fight, and to talk to someone about what she was going through, but she was paralyzed with grief. It wasn't until the end, when she took control of her life, that I began to enjoy the story. I think that should have happened sooner, or she should have started to make progress sooner. Readers like a main character who is a fighter.
I loved the art teacher. He was a little crazy, but eventually reached her.
When she finally fights back!
Yes, but there were times when I almost turned it off. In the end, I'm glad I didn't.
I commend the author in tackling this subject.
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