There’s more to see...
Come take a look at what else is here!
Visit site
  • Rebekah Mann

    Cut...it's an interesting book

  • Jami Zelinko

    Cut was the first book that really got me into reading. It's written in the second person, which McCormick makes simpily beautiful. The way she has the reader as the doctor makes the book very unique. I also really love the cover and that the words in the backround are actually words from the book. Callie's journey is one I'll never forget. Thank you to my sixth grade english teacher all those years ago who had that library in the back of her class. I am a great reader because of you.

  • Amber (aLmYbNeNr)

    Cut is a short yet powerful book. http://almybnenr.tumblr.com/post/6790221405/cut

  • Heggan Library

    Cut by Patricia McCormick. YA MCC. (self-harm, rehab)

  • Jessica Duley

    Really good book!

  • Jodi Papazian

    Always popular for summer reading, Cut deals with a very serious subject in a sensitive way.

Related Pins

If you don’t know what to read right now…book club books

If everybody would read the world would be a better place :) the only cure for ignorance

29 Books To Get You Through Your Quarter-Life Crisis

Sold, one of the most powerful books I've ever read. AND I've met Patty McCormick many times because she's a very good friend of my friend Mimi.

Reading won't solve your problems. But then again, neither will housework ... so let's declare today housework free and read, read, read! #reading

quick, easy read - good for the beach or airplane

I need a sign that says this for when I'm in the break room reading and people confuse that for my wanting to interact with them.

If I Stay, by Gayle Forman. This was a really good book, the movie was nice, but the book was better.

Here I go on my near-yearly read of Sarah Dessen's books. I love them all, and someday hope to write like Sarah. Someone like you is one of the first ones I read, when I was first becoming hooked to her books. Looove.

There's a reason movie-makers snatched up the film rights to these hits: they're good stories that will look amazing on the big screen. Read the books now, see the movies later, and then decide which one you think is better.