Editorial Review - Kirkus - Jane Doe

Tackling a familiar theme, Murray pens a compelling debut about a teenage boy with an abusive, alcoholic father. Pip, who's usually stoned, goes into counseling to avoid getting expelled and thereby incurring even more of his father's wrath. In the high schooler's convincing first-person narrative, he struggles with his family's secrets but starts to fall apart under the pressure. A helpful ... Read full review

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Honestly, this is the best book I ever read in my entire life....Who knew you were a fantastic writer Ms.Murray.....Never imagined you being a author and the Van Nest Academy school counsellor!!
If there was a rate of 6 stars I would rate it 6 stars.

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Great read, couldn't put it down

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This was an excellent book it inspired me and some of my friends. I recomend this book for teens who do use any type of drug it will really inspire them and help them relate.

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