Pawel Nowak Nowak itibaren El-Zawya El-Hamraa, Cairo Governorate, Mısır
The author Patricia McCormick wrote this book in the point of view of the main character,"Callie." Callie is at a mental facility," Sea Pines," for cutting herself whenever she feels alone, hurt, and or depressed. In the begining of the novel Callie starts out as this quiet girl who doesn't talk to anyone around her. So her roomate Sydney nicknamed her "S.T", for silent treatment. She normally just stares into space and reminisce the past. McCormick wrote the novel so that you can read Callie's thoughts, and understand her reason for everthing she does. The high piont in the novel was when Callie finally began to speak. The night when/ I'm not finished writing the review... I'm taking a break and will get back to it later!