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The Deepest Cut

Natalie Flynn

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General fiction (Children's / Teenage), Crime & mystery fiction (Children's / Teenage)

Adam blames himself for his best friend s death. After attempting suicide, he is put in the care of a local mental health facility. There, too traumatized to speak, he begins to write notebooks detailing the events leading up to Jake s murder, trying to understand who is really responsible and cope with how needless it was as a petty argument spiralled out of control and peer pressure took hold.

"Powerful and moving. The story and characters will stay with me for a long time." Keris Stainton


You haven t said a single word since you ve been here. Is it on purpose? I tried to answer David but I couldn t my brain wanted to speak but my throat wouldn t cooperate


Adam blames himself for his best friend s death. After attempting suicide, he is put in the care of a local mental health facility. There, too traumatized to speak, he begins to write notebooks detailing the events leading up to Jake s murder, trying to understand who is really responsible and cope with how needless it was as a petty argument spiralled out of control and peer pressure took hold.


Sad but unsentimental, this is a moving story of friendship and the aftermath of its destruction.

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