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Young Adult Lit 2013

Books on Suicide
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ally hawley

on 10 January 2013

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Transcript of Young Adult Lit 2013

"Hold Still may be the truest depiction of the aching, gaping hole left in the wake of a suicide that I've ever read. But it's anything but depressing and gloomy -- it's also about the tender shoots of new relationships that grow unexpectedly out of tragedy. A haunting and hopeful book about loss, love, and redemption."

– Gayle Forman, author of If I Stay "Runyon has, perhaps, written the defining book of a new genre, one that gazes...unflinchingly at boys on the emotional edge ." -Booklist (starred review) Suicidal Books *The books are not committing suicide* Why I chose this topic: *Interest Level
*Emotion
*All the same but different Other books on the subject: *Not really about suicide* The aftermath of suicide is difficult to imagine, let alone address. Yet YA literature has not shied away from the topic.
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