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Buy It Now. Add to cart. Sold by thrift. Be the first to write a review About this product. About this product Product Information In the raw was how the world felt now. My feelings were raw, my thoughts were raw and hurtful like knife blades. In the blue had been my place to hide, now In the raw there was nowhere to hide.

Jenna Abbott separates her life into two categories: before the wreck and after the wreck. Before the wreck, she was leading a normal life with her mom in suburban New York. After the wreck, Jenna is alone, trying desperately to forget what happened that day on the bridge. She's determined not to let anyone get close to her -- she never wants to feel so broken and fragile again. Then Jenna meets Crow. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.

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Return to Book Page. In the raw was how the world felt now. My feelings were raw, my thoughts were raw and hurtful like knife blades. In the blue had been my place to hide, now In the raw there was nowhere to hide. Jenna Abbott separates her life into two categories: before the wreck and after the wreck, Before the wreck, she was leading a normal life with her mom in suburban New York. A In the raw was how the world felt now. After the wreck, Jenna is alone, trying desperately to forget what happened that day on the bridge.

She's determined not to let anyone get close to her -- she never wants to feel so broken and fragile again. Then Jenna meets Crow. He is a powerfully seductive enigma, and Jenna is instantly drawn to him. Crow is able to break down the wall that Jenna has built around her emotions, and she surprises herself by telling him things she hasn't told anyone else.

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After the Wreck, I Picked Myself Up, Spread My Wings, and Flew Away by Joyce Carol Oates

Hardcover , pages. Published September 1st by HarperCollins Publishers. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Feb 06, Kelly rated it really liked it. It's overly dramatic and a tries a little too hard to be artsy, yet when I finish, I can't stop thinking about it.

It's a very haunting quality. Apr 07, Erin rated it really liked it. Jenna Abbott is a high school freshman trying to come to terms with the car accident that killed her mother and sent her to the hospital.

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Jenna vows that she won't let anyone get close to her again - they always leave her anyway. So when she goes to live with her aunt and uncle in New Hampshire, she pushes her family and former friends away, choosing instead to befriend Trina. Trina, who has many problems of her own, takes Jenna under her wing and introduces her to the world of cutting class, un Jenna Abbott is a high school freshman trying to come to terms with the car accident that killed her mother and sent her to the hospital.

Trina, who has many problems of her own, takes Jenna under her wing and introduces her to the world of cutting class, underage drinking, and drug use. After Jenna is rushed to the emergency room to have her stomach pumped, she starts to evaluate her friendship with Trina. Throughout the entire ordeal, Jenna's thoughts are constantly on two things: the car accident, and the mysterious biker named Crow who has caught her attention. Will Jenna ever allow herself to let anyone in? This story had a lot of feeling behind it. Jenna is extremely broken by the events that take place, and does everything in her power to prevent it from happening again.

Her struggle to cross the bridges in her life - physical and emotional - make for an authentic story that was hard to put down. Dec 21, Arminzerella rated it it was ok Shelves: realistic , young-adult-fiction , borrowed-from-the-library , abe-lincoln-nominee. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Jenna Abbott wakes up sort of in the hospital after a terrible car accident on the Tappan Zee bridge, where her mother was killed and she was terribly injured. Despite her wishes, Jenna does have to come down, and she does have to make decisions about her life now Jenna Abbott wakes up sort of in the hospital after a terrible car accident on the Tappan Zee bridge, where her mother was killed and she was terribly injured.

Despite her wishes, Jenna does have to come down, and she does have to make decisions about her life now that her mother is gone. She leaves behind all of her friends, her home, and everything that used to be important to her. During the last party they attend together, a bunch of older guys get rough with Jenna and Trina. Jenna escapes serious injury only because she gets sick and throws up on one of them. The rest take Trina into another room, strip her, and attempt to gang rape her.

Jenna manages to get help, but not before Trina is severely beaten. Trina refuses to speak to Jenna, and her mother moves her away — no charges are pressed against the guys who raped her. Jenna gets some flak from the guys who are still in school with her — for ratting them out. Jenna discovers that she has the strength to go on and even the desire. Once she wants to live, things begin to fall into place for her.

For those who like gritty, issue-rich teen fiction, this will be most appealing. I'm not sure that I ever did. I was most intrigued by Crow, and would have liked to hear a story from his perspective. Still, this was a decent story, and should be appreciated by a wide audience. It had a good story line, relatable characters, some few important messages to take away but the writing style just didn't really work for me.

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It's hard for me to explain how this book was written. It had really short chapters sometimes only a paragraph of a few lines and instead of pulling me into the story and making me more engaged, it did the opposite. It was really jarring to read and pulled me out of the sto 3.

It was really jarring to read and pulled me out of the story. It also seemed like at some points it was trying to be much more deep then was really necessary. I've read Joyce Carol Oates before, but one of her adult books, and I don't remember this writing style so maybe it was done for this book in general or just didn't work for this story for me.

May 08, Tiffany Brooks rated it it was amazing Shelves: books-i-own.