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Carry Me Home Book ñ 356 pages Download â Jessica therrien í ❮Reading❯ ➼ Carry Me Home ➵ Author Jessica Therrien – Lucy and Ruth are country girls from a broken home When they move to the city with their mother leaving behind their family ranch and dLucy and Ruth are country girls from a broken home When they move to the city with their mother leaving behind their family ranch and dead Carry Me PDF or beat father Lucy unravelsThey run to their grandparents’ place a trailer park mobile home in the barrio of San Jose Lucy’s barrio friends have changed since her last visit They’ve joined a gang called I was lucky enough to get my hands on an ARC and this is one of the best books I've read in ages Carry Me Home is a beautifully crafted story of one family’s journey into darkness and ultimate redemption It’s also a riveting page turner; I devoured it one sitting The stories of Jess and Allie weave together in a rich tapestry about the ties that bind us the self destructiveness of adolescence and the resilience of the human spirit to transcend our own worst mistakes Jessica Therrien broke my heart into a million pieces—and then put it back together again This book will haunt and uplift readers long after they turn the last page

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Ints of view the story follows Lucy down the rabbit hole along with her mother and sister as they sacrifice dreams and happiness friendships and futures Love is waiting for all of them in LA but pursuing a life without Lucy could mean losing her foreverUltimately it’s their bond with each other that holds them together in a true test of love loss and surviv Carry Me Home is a heart filled story between three women and the challenges of being a family Each of the three characters have completely different perspectives on what is happening in their lives and even if you only relate to one of them Therrien's depth will open up a new understanding for each character's life and choices Let yourself be swept into their world broaden your horizons and be prepared to tear up through their struggles and their hopes

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Carry Me HomeVC They teach her to fight to shank to beat a person unconscious and play with guns When things get too heavy and lives are at stake the three girls head for LA seeking a better lifeBut trouble always follows Lucy She befriends the wrong people members of another gang and every bad choice she makes drags the family into her dangerous world Told from three po Inspired by true events Carry Me Home is the heartwrenching tale that follows three women Lucy her sister Ruth and their mother The book is written in chapters told by each of their points of view Lucy is a rebellious 15 year old in which once she gets a taste of freedom bites off than she can chew It's easy to get caught up in the drama and situations that are going on with other kids your own age especially at that age and with so much freedom Ruth has social anxiety and has a hard time coming out of her shell She is envious of Lucy's ability to make friends no matter the situation but she loves her fiercely Two years older than Lucy she oftentimes plays mother to her while their own mother is either out working or trying to further her education Their mother is insecure after years of verbal abuse from her husband an alcoholic who is disgusted by her weight While she knows she needs to lose weight she needs to learn to be comfortable in her own skin She wants to do what is best for her daughters in everything The three are close knit which carries them throughout the several trials their lives are placed in Therrien addresses hard hitting issues such as gang violence drugs spousal abuse social anxiety and rape I appreciate that a book can cover so many topics and bring them to the forefront I appreciate that there was an epilogue though my personal tastes would have liked to see it longer I do believe Therrien could even turn the epilogue into its own separate book While labeled a young adult book I feel that any age woman would benefit from reading it as it conveys such strong emotions and messages