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One More Little Problem by Vanessa Curtis
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Sep 28, 2011

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bookshelves: library-read, mental-health, young-adult, realistic-fiction, read-in-2011, drink-and-drugs, self-harm
Read from October 13 to 14, 2011

Like the first Zelah Green novel, this one was simple and interesting. Although this one was probably not as memorable as the first, it still held my attention from the start right through to the very end. I don't think this one is developed any more than the first but it's the simplicity of these books that make them enjoyable. Again, this book involves Zelah coping with her OCD along with other aspects of her life and I'm glad that both Caro and Sol made reappearances.
I like these books as they deal with quite serious mental health issues whilst still managing to continue being an easy read. My only slight problem is that these books are very cliché and are based around stereotypical views of the mental illnesses that they cover. However, all in all these are very easy, enjoyable books that I would recommend.
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Nicola Not too bad I guess =/

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