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Literature & Fiction
  • Author:
    Julie Burtinshaw
  • ISBN:
    1551928167
  • ISBN13:
    978-1551928166
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  • Publisher:
    Raincoast Books; First Printing edition (July 15, 2008)
  • Pages:
    208 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Literature & Fiction
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Julie Burtinshaw was born in Vancouver, BC and has lived in many different cities and towns both inside and outside of. .Julie is an award-winning author of seven books for young adults and teens. She wrote her first novel in 2000, and has been a full time writer since 2007.

Julie Burtinshaw was born in Vancouver, BC and has lived in many different cities and towns both inside and outside of Canada. When not writing, Julie teaches creative writing workshops, content writing workshops and is an active participant in the writing community. She has served as a judge for the BC Book Awards, Red Cedar Awards, Illinois Women's Press Association Communications and mentored many emerging and upcoming writers.

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Books with the subject: Grief In Adolescence. The Perfect Cut - Julie Burtinshaw. Identity (psychology), self-mutilation, teenagers-suicidal behavior, teenagers and death, grief in adolescence.

After the death of his tough, guitar-playing, much-loved sister, Michelle, Brian finds it increasingly difficult to care about anything. He doesn t care about his parents.

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After the death of his tough, guitar-playing, much-loved sister, Michelle, Brian finds it increasingly difficult to care about anything. He doesn’t care about his parents. He doesn’t care about his friends. He doesn’t care about school. He just doesn’t care anymore. The only time Brian comes alive is in the few seconds it takes for the razor to slice through his skin. But he never cuts deep enough to cause any real damage. At least, not yet... In The Perfect Cut, Julie Burtinshaw has written an incredibly honest and perceptive novel about cutting, revealing why this dangerous practice has become an increasingly common form of stress relief among young adults. Told from the perspective of the grief-stricken Brian who, in his mind, has run out of options for coping, it’s clear that while he makes some bad choices, he’s not a bad person. The book ends on a grace note, reassuring young readers that even terrible obstacles can be overcome, and that where there’s life, there is hope.