Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God

Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God Fourteen year old Krystal finds herself flailing when her parents separate Unable to cope she begins cutting No one knows At her new school she makes one single friend Em who invites her to volunt

  • Title: Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God
  • Author: C.L.Wells
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  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Fourteen year old Krystal finds herself flailing when her parents separate Unable to cope, she begins cutting No one knows At her new school, she makes one single friend, Em, who invites her to volunteer at the local homeless shelter There, Krystal discovers fellow misfits, including Brandon, a boy from her school How can Krystal start a new life when the scars of herFourteen year old Krystal finds herself flailing when her parents separate Unable to cope, she begins cutting No one knows At her new school, she makes one single friend, Em, who invites her to volunteer at the local homeless shelter There, Krystal discovers fellow misfits, including Brandon, a boy from her school How can Krystal start a new life when the scars of her old one will never fully heal

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    1. Krystal is typical of any fourteen year-old who suddenly experiences a major change in life. The destruction of the family unit she had always known causes her to begin cutting. She's able to wear long sleeves and hide it from everyone, including her mother and the "new" man who's house they now live in. Failing in most of her classes, Krystal joins her only friend Em to volunteer in the local shelter. She has no idea the misfits she meets there hold a key that may have the power to restore her [...]

    2. If you wan't to be captured by a story and taken away, you've got to read this Novel. It is a breath taken!!!! Two thumbs up. C.L. Wells has done an excellent job in bringing this story to life. I loved it, both times that I read it.

    3. This book was hard hitting, yet engrossing. Krystal is the stereotypical "cutter". She wears black and listens to metal music and is withdrawn from everything and everyone. However, she's one of the lucky ones as she has something else to cling to. She has her art to emerse herself in. Krystal's story is, although fictional, not far from the reality for too many people. A couple of techincal inaccuracies: 1) It is almost unheard of for a 6yr old to be diagnosed bipolar. (Which type? Was never me [...]

    4. I received this book from the free giveaway at , and after reading this book I can understand some of the reasons behind feelings that cause people to cut and hide it from everyone. It was well written and very meaningful to me because I know someone that this happened to and luck and God was with my friend also. I enjoyed this book very much, it brought smiles and sometimes tears to me throughout the book. It made me feel like I was right there in person seeing everything that was happening. I [...]

    5. Some scars just can't stay hidden.Fourteen-year-old Krystal's life is falling apart. Her parents have split up, and won't talk to each other, except through her. Being caught in the middle is bad enough, but being forced to stay with her unfaithful mom and the adulterous man that knocked her up is driving her over the edge. She blames her mother for the wreckage of her family, but even more, she blames God.To cope, she's been cutting herself. No one knows. Not even her best friend Em. When Em ge [...]

    6. I became interested in reading this book after reading "Where the Light May Lead" which featured a story written by this author which I'd enjoyed, and received a free copy of this book for agreeing to write an honest review. This book not only did not let me down, it was really amazing! Once I began reading this book, I didn't want to put it down. The book is fast paced, but not too fast. It's like real life. The author did a fantastic job developing the characters and making them very real. I f [...]

    7. From the first page, I sensed honesty in the storytelling, a tale of a young woman, Krystal, seemingly born out of the author's own struggles and circumstances of life. There is a lot that I liked and related to in the story. I volunteer at a food pantry, been involved in prison ministry, and fed the homeless, so the scenes at the shelter and the volunteers who keep it running rang true to me. I learned something as well, glimpsing the dark world of self-mutilation and cutting. Krystal didn’t [...]

    8. “Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God” is about a teenage girl who uses self-harm as a coping mechanism after her parents separate and about her struggle to stop. While this statement is true, the book is about so much more. “Memoirs of a Girl Who Loves God” is a heartwarming and at times heart-wrenching story about hardships, friendships, love, and hope. It is a powerful story, filled with realistic and endearing characters. I smiled plenty, laughed much, and got a little choked up a couple [...]

    9. Girl Who Loves GodWow! We all have a little bit of Krystal in our personality. What must it be like to feel invisible? What must it be like to be so angry? What must it be like to want to escape? Krystal was struggling with so much and the people who should have been there to help her were wrapped up in their own world. But thank God for those around her who were willing to show her God's love. This was an amazing story and I wanted cry at how thoughtful and compassionate C.L. Wells was in writi [...]

    10. C.L. Wells captures a conflict that spans the ages young adult to mature, the feelings of not belonging and unresolved issues are awakened in us all. This book is an easy read, and one you don't want to put down. From the beginning, you are drawn into not only 14 year old Krystal's feelings, but the stories of each character that she interacts with. Definitely Christian in appeal but not preachy. The title can be misleading in a way, but don't discount it based on the title alone----give this bo [...]

    11. Wells has written a strong YA novel that I'm certain will appeal to young readers, especially those who share the same troubles Krystal does in the story. It's a topic I honestly haven't given a lot of thought to before, and it seems to be well researched. The time frame the book follows is logical, the action makes sense, and the plot twists felt like they could happen in real life. I wouldn't hesitate to recommend this to Christian fiction fans who are looking for a YA read.

    12. C.L. Wells did an outstanding job on this novel. The characters were very well developed, as well as likable. The topic is very relevant to today's reader,and is handled with the utmost care. This book is worth reading and I would recommend it to anyone. It is marketed as a YA book, but I think anyone would enjoy it. I am in my 50's and found it to be very good. Good job!

    13. So TouchingThis author has such incredible talent. They captured the emotions and characters beautifully. I was honestly balling at parts, must have tissues when reading. I couldn't put it down, looking forward to more from this amazing author. :):):)

    14. ThankfulWhen I started reading I thought I had made a mistake. I had gotten a book for teens. Yes it will be good for teens but the message is good for everyone.

    15. This book grabbed me from the first and didn't let me go! Enjoyed every page of it. Laughed, cried, and cheered. Great book for any age to read!

    16. This was a well-written book. Wells did a great job crafting Krystal's journey through hardships on her path to self-discovery and relationship with Christ. It was refreshing to read a YA Christian book and Wells is definitely making a statement in this genre. I can't wait to read more from her in the future.

    17. Loved it. Some of the beliefs do rub against my own and there are very slight moments where those beliefs are pushed a little too much into the readers facebut, the story is solid and the harsh reality of self harm is dealt with extremely well. Every character is spot onI adored Krystal, Walt and Taylor (please let Taylor be in the 2nd book!) and it is well written with a very mature flow.

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