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ღ 𝐀𝐑𝐂 π‘π„π•πˆπ„π– ღ Until the Ribbon Breaks by E.K. Blair

This is an unflinching and heartbreaking portrait of adolescents with mental illness and the effects it has on the people surrounding them.

Being locked up in a juvenile mental health facility was the last place Harlow thought she’d be spending the summer before her senior year of high school. Battling with massive depressive disorder and a past suicide attempt, one wouldn’t think things could get much worse, that is, until Hopewell’s newest patient arrives—Sebastian. Popular, arrogant, and the one person Harlow despises the most at school; it couldn’t possibly get any worse, could it?

With nowhere to hide, Harlow is forced to come face to face with her deepest insecurities—insecurities that will pave the way for her to forge an unforeseen friendship with Sebastian. Together, they learn to lean on each other in order to find the strength to drop their walls and see each other’s truths.

But it’s when they leave Hopewell and return home that life becomes even more complicated and lines begin to blur. Stripped of all their safeguards that Hopewell provided and thrusted back into their lives, the two of them must rely on each other as they navigate through their senior year.
My Review
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Is a full length book by E.K. Blair. Spoken in dual perspectives. This is Harlow & Sebastian's story. Aged 17


This book lead me down a path I wasn’t prepared for, like a train wreck, I didn’t want to look, but I couldn’t help inhaling these pages.

I wanted to hold her, wrap her up in cotton wool, yell at the author to leave her alone, because like our heroine I was holding on by a thread feeling everything that this book threw at me.

These two characters hide so much of themselves to the outside world, Sebastian is the popular boy in school, one of the jocks, but no one sees the struggles he faces in his home life, the one place which should be his safe haven is anything but.

He was one of her bullies..

Harlow is always feeling empty, misunderstood, she can't pinpoint the change but she went from being surrounded by friends to being a wallflower. No one in her corner, forever feeling restless, a mother who doesn't understand her, an absent father who travels for long periods. Most of the time she feels as though the walls are closing in, she wants to feel, she wants to be normal. She thinks she's unlovable, broken beyond repair.


Until...They both land up at Hopewell a juvenile mental health facility..

He goes from being her tormentor, to the thread which grounds her.

I've got so many conflicting thoughts when it comes to unravelling everything I’m feeling, where hate and love walked hand in hand. Part of me wholeheartedly loved this book, but the other hated it, it wrecked me, destroyed me. It was so real, raw, riveting. I never wanted it to end, but the way in which it ended had me reeling, my heartstrings destroyed leaving me spiralling into an emotional pit of sadness!

* Teaser used is off the authors facebook page *

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