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If anything, I picture myself in the main character's situation, but I never picture me as the main character am I weird?
Other than that, this was a pretty good read. I would say enjoyable, but that doesn't seem to be the appropriate word for an issues book. It was nice and short, so you can easily read it in one sitting. This works well for staying in the main character's head. I also really liked the interaction of the main character and the animals.
Animals can be very therapeutic, so her pull towards them made perfect sense to me. There were many psychological aspects to this novel that I felt were spot on. Kudos to Rune Michaels. If you're not a fan of issues novels, I don't think you'll like this.
If you are, it's worth the read. Overall thoughts: Borrow it. Jan 14, Brittany rated it it was ok Shelves: cuttingrape-sexual-abusecar-accidentsself-harm. Leia is an orphan, and her brother beats on her almost daily. She live with her aunt, who simply tells her that siblings fight. Leia, wants to escape, needs to find someplace better. That's how she's ends up at the zoo. It's her own sanctuary and she never wants to have to leave it.
She can't stay in the zoo forever though, and she must face her fears so that she may move on. This book sounded amazing and super edgy. What I was left with was fragments of a story, pieces were missing Fix Me there was Leia is an orphan, and her brother beats on her almost daily.
What I was left with was fragments of a story, pieces were missing and there was a lot of guess work involved. In some stories, leaving things to the imagination works. In this story though, it does not. It either happened or it didn't. There are too many things that are never laid out and didn't make the story better, but rather took away from them.
I did like the zoo. It was great that she could find this place with the elephants that made her feel better. But we never knew why she was so messed up. She just seemed like she was completely crazy. She remembered a stranger from a dream about the zoo. Then she goes to the zoo to escape it. That doesn't make a whole lot of sense. If I had a dream about some creep and in the dream he cornered me at the zoo near the elephants, I am not going to go straight there to hide from him.
That is simply ridiculous. The violence with her brother never seemed that bad. Leia barely ever used self-injury to feel better. There was just a lot in this story that were unfinished and misplaced. I won't rule out reading another Rune Michaels, but I'll be weary. Luckily this was a very short read, so I didn't have to trudge through too many pages to get to the unsatisfying end.
First Line: "The wood is splintered around the lock, where he wedges a knife to force it open. Recommended to Alexia by: Found on Amazon. Shelves: ownso-can-t-wait-to-readreviewedcontemporary-literature.
This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. It follows the life of a teenager named Leia, though we are never told her real name, and her tumultuous life. Enduring frequent violent abuse from her twin brother Brian and a loveless Aunt who barely tolerates them until they are Their parents are dead, but the trauma they have left behind penetrates so deep, the twins are left shattered.
One day, Fix Me, unable to bear the scars of the past any longer when a strange man reminds her of it, Leia runs away to the Fix Me place she can find solace, the elephant enclosure at a nearby zoo.
The story was sad but addictive. I felt for Leia, hoping she would find the answers to life that she was looking for. The past comes in pieces and small flashes of memory, never detailing exactly what happened to tear these twins into pieces, but you get the gist of something horrible committed by their father, involving pictures that circulate in the world now.
Understandably, Leia and Brian have not coped well and the road to healing the damage is long and often bleak. Leia discovers peace in her new home, a sanctuary of sorts at the Pilgrim Zoo, feeding the elephants and befriending an abused chimp named Tina. I know people will be upset by the abrupt ending, left wanting and scratching their heads on what happened.
Damage like the kind these twins suffered takes years to overcome, and the ending reflected that well. I highly recommend this book. A gritty,psychological look at what can happen in the aftermath of child abuse. It is not graphic, but does feature mature themes. Jan 26, Rebecca rated it really liked it Shelves: issue-drivenbaya-review-books. A year old girl who calls herself Leia like the Princess escapes abuse, a broken family, and a dark secret by running away to live clandestinely in the zoo, helped by the zookeeper's son, who agrees to hide her if she takes over his animal-tending chores.
Leia feels safe and secure behind the bars of an abandoned, dilapidated tiger cage where she sleeps peacefully for the first time in years. Caring for the animals, especially the elephants and a formerly-abused and ailing chimp, Leia finds A year old girl who calls herself Leia like the Princess escapes abuse, a broken family, and a dark secret by running away to live clandestinely in the zoo, helped by the zookeeper's son, who agrees to hide her if she takes over his animal-tending chores.
Caring for the animals, especially the elephants and a formerly-abused and ailing chimp, Leia finds the courage to face her past. From the first page, Leia's helplessness and isolation are vividly described, but the secret behind her misery only reveals itself in fragmented memories and dreams, finally suggesting something unspeakably odious.
Leia described herself as Fix Me, wanting to be fixed, even unable to look at herself in a mirror unless the glass is shattered first. She envies the thick-skinned elephants and thinks that if she hurts enough, her skin will heal into a bullet-proof shield, protecting her from the world.
Although many questions are left unanswered, the story is moving and insightful, precise in its brevity only pagesand shows a nuanced sensitivity to uncomfortable issues. Readers will root for Leia and relish in her ability to overcome tremendous obstacles, akin to Melinda in Anderson's classic story of trauma and emotional healing, Speak, or Klass's tale of broken families and abuse, You Don't Know Me.
Although the descriptions are not graphic, the issues are disturbing and recommended for mature readers. Oct 22, Heather rated it really liked it. Fix Me is a quick read that could have — and maybe should have — been a smidgeon longer. I read this book in pretty much one sitting. I say pretty much because we were traveling in the car, and I stopped reading duri Fix Me is a quick read that could have — and maybe should have — been a smidgeon longer.
It had me engaged from the start, and kept me going, which I suppose is somewhat obvious. Later on, the answer is hinted at but never fully spelled out. We get enough to be able to put the pieces together. Fix Me is emotional, raw, and shocking.
One thing I really like is that we never find out her real name. He does so mockingly, of course, but he still goes with it. Then I understood Fix Me, and it makes sense.
Will I read this again? Eh … maybe, but probably not. Would I recommend it? Although the descriptions are not graphic, the issues are disturbing and the book is recommended for mature readers. Jan 04, Ms. Yingling added it. Brian and Leia's parents died in a car crash, and they are being raised by their Aunt Phoebe, who thinks they are both difficult. Brian certainly is-- he beats up on Leia regularly and cuts himself, something which Leia does as well.
When Leia is spooked by a man at her place of work, she runs off to the zoo, where she meets Kyle, the son of the owner. He wants help with the work; Leia needs a place to stay. Leia starts to live at the zoo, eating the animals' fruit, washing in the restrooms, and Brian and Leia's parents died in a car crash, and they are being raised by their Aunt Phoebe, who thinks they are both difficult. Leia starts to live at the zoo, eating the animals' fruit, washing in the restrooms, and sleeping in an old tiger cage.
Brian eventually finds her but lets her stay. Leia becomes fond of Tina, a monkey who has been badly abused. This situation works Eventually, Leia starts to remember horrific events from her past, and must find someone who will take the time to listen and fix her. Strengths: Michaels does great books for readers who want to be depressed in February.
Have two copies of this author's Genesis Alpha, which are in tatters. Never did buy The Reminder because it creeped me out so much; these all tend toward YA.
Picky Reader still talks about Noble Genes! Weaknesses: Spoiler: Leia and Brian's problems are caused because they were abused by their father, who took inappropriate pictures of them. This is so delicately handled that many readers are not even going to get what happened, but I can see parents of 6th graders getting upset.
Feb 16, Alicia rated it it was ok Shelves: abusefemale. Leia has assumed this new name to escape many things from her past and undoubtedly her present.
Her parents are dead, she is being raised by an unsympathetic aunt, and is being physically abused by her twin brother. She can't take any more and runs away to the nearest zoo where she is comforted by the animals, especially the elephants.
Unusual, but Leia then begins to stay overnight at the zoo and meeting Kyle, who is the zookeepers son. He agrees to hide her secret in exchange for some help aro Leia has assumed this new name to escape many things from her past and undoubtedly her present. He agrees to hide her secret in exchange for some help around the zoo, where Leia also befriends a chimpanzee who has been abused.
There is an immediate connection because Leia deals with pain by cutting and Tina, the chimpanzee was abused and is now under quarantine. She is embarrassed and while Brian, her brother, tries to move on, she can't because men are recognizing her and she can't forgive and forget. There isn't a lot of adult interaction, save for Kyle's mother toward the end but by the end Leia makes her own decisions about moving on and decides to leave the zoo and Leia inside, and facing the world head-on with her given name.
Dec 07, Barbara rated it liked it Shelves: ncblabulliescutting. Leia is hanging on by her fingernails. Her older brother constantly fights with her and hits her while their aunt looks on and does nothing. When someone from her past recognizes her in the restaurant where she has a part time job, Leia becomes completely unraveled and seeks solace in an animal sanctuary.
As she sleeps in an abandoned tiger cage and slowly connects with the animals, particularly one that has been abused and mistrusts humans, Leia also slowly starts to trust some of those around Leia is hanging on by her fingernails.
As she sleeps in an abandoned tiger cage and slowly connects with the animals, particularly one that has been abused and mistrusts humans, Leia also slowly starts to trust some of those around her, including Kyle, the sanctuary owner's son. The details about Leia's and her brother's past are revealed gradually and often only hinted at, but there are enough clues provided for readers to figure out exactly why their growing up years became a nightmare and what shared secrets make them both cutters.
How hard it is for humans and their animal counterparts to trust once that trust has been betrayed is made clear in this title. While this is a quick read, the author leaves many questions unanswered. Mar 09, Ifahh rated it it was ok Shelves: abusepsychological. Did the other half of the book go under a chainsaw or something? I feel that the ending was ended too abruptly, like the author was rushing to submit the final transcript of the story or something.
The ending left so many questions more than answers. Of their parents' death? Is Leia ever gonna get help from anyone, other than screaming 'go away!!! And jeez, what's gonna happen to Kyle and are the both of them going Um And jeez, what's gonna happen to Kyle and are the both of them going to end up together?
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