Four Weeks, Five People

Four Weeks, Five People

Book - 2017
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"Obsessive-compulsive teen Clarissa wants to get better, if only so her mother will stop asking her if she's okay. Andrew wants to overcome his eating disorder so he can get back to his band and their dreams of becoming famous. Film aficionado Ben would rather live in the movies than in reality. Gorgeous and overly confident Mason thinks everyone is an idiot. And Stella just doesn't want to be back for her second summer of wilderness therapy. As the five teens get to know one another and work to overcome the various disorders that have affected their lives, they find themselves forming bonds they never thought they would, discovering new truths about themselves and actually looking forward to the future"--pg.2 of cover.
Publisher: Don Mills, ON : Seventeen Fiction from Harlequin Teen, [2017]
ISBN: 9780373212309 (hbk.)
0373212305 (hbk.)
Branch Call Number: Y YU
Characteristics: 346 pages : illustrations ; 21 cm
Alternative Title: 4 weeks, 5 people


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What do Clarisa, Andrew, Mason, Stella, and Ben have in common? These five teens have been sent to wilderness therapy camp for four weeks to work on their mental health.

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Feb 16, 2018

This book is an interesting read. This book taught me a lot more about mental health and reminds me more about how common mental problems are in our daily lives, and how it feels to experience them. Although I would've liked it more if it was more plot-heavy, this book still kept me engaged.

Jul 10, 2017

This book was quite inspiring. Although not exciting or plot heavy, the book kept my interest easily. It's about five people, as the title suggests, each one going through their own internal struggle. Both the characters and their struggles are portrayed realistically yet still beautifully. The book is real enough that it could happen, that these are things people /are/ struggling with, and that really allowed for me to connect to the book. The way the characters develop throughout the story, with set-backs, hardships, and "eureka moments" (an allusion to the book), makes it really good. I will definitely read this again.


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