The Wildflowers (Wildflowers #1-4)

 
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The Wildflowers (Wildflowers #1-4)
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June 01, 2001
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1402884583
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MISTY...Trapped in the middle of her parents' bitter divorce, she hides an unspeakable secret deep inside: she hates them. Now, brought to Doctor Marlowe's therapy group, she's about to meet three other girls who just might understand.
STAR...She may never forgive her parents for the pain they have caused her. But in the safety of this new circle of friends, she will finally face the nightmares of her past.

JADE...Escaping the madness of a hateful courtroom battle, she was lured into an ordeal too traumatic to forget—and much too terrible to share.

CAT...Like the other girls, Cat has a story of her own. But maybe she should lie—just make something up. Because the truth is more horrifying than the others could possibly imagine...

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An amazing book
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Reader reviewed by Milanna R.

The Wildflowers was an amazing book. Lets just say that you have to be mature to enjoy this book. It is about four girls that are forced to go to counsling for their problems. The girls reveal their lives to each other in four boks. From running away to meet a boy from the internet to being abused by her father. Read this book to realize what you take advantage of what you have. Make sure that you enjoy your lives because when you read this book you will realize how good you have it.
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Reader reviewed by sweet dreams

The story realates to us even if its indirectly what many of us go through mentally in our teen years.The book talked about the worries of your family breaking up,the insecurities you feel and all the pressure around you. This book should be pointed out to teenage girls, it would make them think.
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Sad, depressing, and great
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Reader reviewed by Peace_klan_ice

its sad what the four girls have to go through. and the fact that i can relate with the presser that you go through when you have a teenage life. what all could happen did. and i totally understand what the hell they were going through because i have see what that can do to some. i think its a book that should definatly be read to prove that there is more than this person that feels this way.
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