Her by Felicia Johnson Book Review

This book was a very informative and emotional book. It’s about a girl who tried to commit suicide and wakes up to find herself in the hospital. After she has recovered from her injuries she is then sent to a special clinic for people with mental illnesses.

She creates friends there but it takes time. Throughout the book we see what led her to try and commit suicide in the first place.

Through out her time in the clinic she begins to open painful doors which she tried to resit, but soon finds out when she opens them doors she makes more progress.

It’s not all fun and games in the clinic which she finds out over time, if the other kids behave really bad they get sedated and taken to another room.

As you read this book you get to know a little about the other characters around her and what brought them there to the clinic.

There was a major twist near the end of the book which was very shocking but then ending was just amazing.

I loved the writing style and how close i got to the main character. I got hooked into this book and could not put it down. I wanted to know what was going to happen next.

I recommend this book to anyone who liked drama and books about mental illness.

This book was a truly amazing read, especially as i, and close people around me have mental illnesses.

I gave this book 5 out of 5 stars on goodreads.

I really hope you enjoyed this book review. If you did please leave and comment or a like and I will see you in my next blog post.

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  1. This book looks like it is like the netflix series 13 reason’s why I wonder if my daughter would enjoy it as much as she did that series. Thanks for sharing your review. Your page looks great I love your theme with the books in the background it is very fitting. Happy blogging to you.

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