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    Cut - by Patricia McCormick

    • 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.

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