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Challenger Deep

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Dead kids are put on pedestals but mentally ill kids get hidden under the ugThis had so many powerful moments and moving under the ugThis had so many powerful moments and moving throughout but half of it just didn t do it for me y know I appreciate everything this book did especially the scenes set in 100 Themes de Conversation en Francais reality I just found myself uninterested in the actual scenes and setting during the character s delusions that take place at sea It was such aaw and eal story to share so I want to take nothing away from that I just personally felt abruptly disconnected "too often throughout for my own eading tastes I adored this "often throughout for my own eading tastes I adored this It was a little confusing to figure out what was going on ight away but once the two stories start overlapping it on Street-Fighting Years: An Autobiography of the Sixties right away but once the two stories start overlapping it comes together in this beautiful and emotion way I loved it and it hit me in the feels than a few times Probably the books that s made me cry the hardest but so worth it This is the third gorgeously written book with positiveepresentation of mental illness I ve The Back House Ghosts read this month Third It looks like YA is finally going there endeavoring to explore the unexplorable Neal Shusterman s new book Challenger Deep is the latest and brightest attempt to shed some light onto the struggles of people with mental disorders Challenger Deep is a magical book smart and funny intelligent and poignant frightening and thought provoking all at once The mood changes with each extremely brief chapter and theapid changes serve not only to manipulate our mood but also to truly impress upon us that we ve entered a scattered mind This time Shusterman writes from experience his own son struggled with mental illness and the illustrations included in his book are Brendan s from those times I suppose if you don t know what to expect Challenger Deep can be a bit tricky at first Some chapters are accessible and Haven: A Graphic Novel realistic and then there are those that are completely detached fromeality To add to that the unrealistic chapters are deeply allegorical and although it uickly becomes clear what they Physical Basis of the Direction of Time, The. the Frontiers Collection. represent getting to that point can be a bit trying But everything you have to go through to fully experience this book is than worth it While it can be challenging at times it s also extremelyewarding The story has no less than three layers the or less healthy family life from Caiden s memories the The Common Rule: Habits of Purpose for an Age of Distraction rapid deterioration of his sanity and finally his life on the ship an obvious metaphor and a sign of sanity lost The whole decline is simply heartbreaking but Shusterman still manages to make it allun smoothly Understanding mental illness and stopping discrimination against people who struggle with it is the next important step this society needs to take Each decade has its own civil My Honorable Brother: A Thriller rights fight and I truly hope we tackle this next Books like Challenger Deep are extremely important in thategard and as someone whose family battled those same issues I thank Neal and Brendan Shusterman from the bottom of my heartEvery YA eader out there knows Neal Shusterman s name and if they don t I can honestly say they should This is an author who constantly pushes the limits who turns YA into something new and entirely unexpected each time He should be celebrated far and wide and his work specifically this book should get the accolades it deserves Dead kids are put on pedestals but mentally ill kids get hidden under the ugThank you Neal Shusterman for portraying the pain the horrors and the light touches of hope that come with mental illness I have Impaired: A Nurse's Story of Addiction read at least one book looking at you All the Bright Places that glamorizes mental disorders and as an aspiring psychologist such inaccurate perceptions of theseeal diseases disturb me Through Caden Shusterman shows the delusions and doubts and episodes of emotional dysregulation that come with schizoaffective disorder and he does so in a way that advances the plot while honoring the pain that pervades Caden s struggleDespite my enjoyment UPDATE Neal Shusterman has won the National Book Award for Young People s Literature for this book OHMYGODEDIT So this book is longlisted on National Book Awards Yay We are however creatures of containment We want all things in life packed into boxes that we can label But just because we have the ability to label it doesn t mean we The Forever Court (Knights of the Borrowed Dark really know what s in the box It s kind of likeeligion It gives us comfort to believe we have defined something that is by its very nature indefinable As to whether or not we ve gotten it ight well it s all a matter of faith This book is so deep I can see Adele olling in it I know it s lame lol sorry I sound like a 9gag commenter HahahaKidding aside Challenger Deep is a precious beautiful book about the Ola Shakes It Up reality of mental illness Confusing at first yet compelling until the end this book conveyed an important message to theeaders The Glass Arrow regarding with that sensitive matterI m no expert but I think Neal Shusterman did a great job in depicting what is going on a mind of someone suffering from a mental illness He masterfully crafted and told a story of a boy who s torn between theeal and the imaginary without omanticizing itChallenger Deep. Alternate Cover Edition for ASIN B00M70ESPOCaden Bosch is on a ship that's headed for the deepest point on Earth Challenger Deep the southern part of the Marianas TrenchCaden Bosch is a brilliant. Is subtle and poignant And me eviewing This Book Is Like A Betrayal Since book is like a betrayal since can t give justice of how important this book is I hope you can ead it tooI eally don t know what else to say but I think having a heartache and being teary eyed while Lightfoot the Historian: The Nature and Role of History in the Life and Thought of J.B. Lightfoot (1828-1884) as Churchman and Scholar reading this book and typing thiseview will be enough to describe what I wanted to say I m not sure what to ate this bookOn one hand there were so many moments where I had the overwhelming urge to cry because the depiction of mental health in "The Story Was So Raw "story was so aw honest and to a certain extend elatable On the other hand I had
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a few moments I couldn t connect with the story and the overwhelming symbolism would throw me off It might have been better had I taken time with it since it euired some effort on my part to fully grasp the meaningsThe story is powerful though and I do Dahmer Detective: The Interrogation and Investigation That Shocked The World recommend it It felt personal as some aspects were based on his son s experience with schizophrenia The chapters are short and interchange between the present and diving into the mind of the character who suffers from schizophrenia and the world he has build for himself Or correctly his delusions And those two correlating viewpoints colliding WOW I am blown away by this novel This is an intense intense story that youeally need to dedicate yourself to 20th Century Photography: Museum Ludwig Cologne reading It is a truly incredible work of literature and absolutely deserves the title of National Book Award Winner Eye opening thought provoking all around amazingTW schizophrenia talk of suicideThis is genuinely one of the greatest books I have everead about mental illness It is accurate well ounded authentic as aw As someone who suffered from a form of psychosis similar to schizophrenia Challenger Deep was so validating to The Scruffy Drunk: The Wife in Space, Volume 2 read I honestly don t know how Neal Schusterman captured exactly what this condition is like Through collaborating with his son who deals with Caden s illness and the immense amount ofesearch put in he somehow took the thoughts feelings and experiences that millions of people have and put it to paper Color me entirely impressed by the fantastic portrayal of mental illnessI will say Challenger Deep has an unconventional storytelling format Half the story is told from Caden s perspective in his hometown and the other half is from Caden s perspective on a sailing ship While I can attest to the many Mise En Sc�ne: Cin�ma Et Lecture reviews suggesting this was confusing I believe it is crucial to what makes Challenger Deep so uniue and intense I struggled a bit in the beginning as the two perspectives seem so disjointed but it uickly becomes easy to understand the intent behind these passages Overall Challenger Deep was amazing I cannotecommend it enough This book is a blue puzzle pice of emotional genius I am affected I AM VERY AFFECTED At first I felt like I was sliding headfirst and upside down through a tunnelthe prose was so very woah Like Alice in Wonderland but making LESS sense I panicked for a moment that I wouldn t like this book but come on IT S NEAL SHUSTERMAN I trust him And oh gosh it paid off This is the kind of story that gets lodged in your throat until you shout about it s marvellousness SO HERE I AM SHOUTING It s about mental illness yes But it s different I Deathless recentlyead Alice and the Fly which also heavily featured schizophrenia But the two are kind of incomparable It has of a It s Kind of a Funny Story vibe since the protagonist Caden is hospitalised during most of the book I did appreciate that the book was about NOT putting on labels and not suashing people into boxes I want to hug it for that Because THANK YOU I wish books had this kind of message It took me on a very eal oller coaster ide through medication and therapy and the pits of despair and ecovery and the The Third Lynx (Quadrail, realisation that you can t cure mental illness but you can manage it Which is where I think a lot of books fail BUT THIS ONE WINS THE WORLD There are many things I don t understand but here s one thing that I know There is no such thing as a correct diagnosis There are only symptoms and catchphrases for various collections of symptoms This is a very personal book too and I felt that whileeading it Then I Mixed Doubles read the author s note He uotes that 1 in 3 people suffer from mental illness and most of the experiences in this book come from his own personal family life particularly his son His son did the artwork for the book Imagine putting so MUCH of yourself and your family in a book It s incredibly brave And I think it makes a huge difference I just felt so connected to the book the whole time I haven t experienced the depths that CHALLENGER DEEP explores but I do suffer with anxiety and gah this book summed up SO much stuff so completely well IT S LITERALLY EXTRAORDINARYOkay so the book is written kind of oddly thoughhalf iseal life half is imaginary I confess to being interested in the Julio Bunny and the Foreign Lion (Free Audio Book Inside): --- Easter Book Collection For Kids real life parts I guess it s a parellel I struggled to match things up exactlybut I did see the comparisons And that was incredible I also love how subtly towards the end the imaginary chapters were leaking into theeal life ones. High school student whose friends are starting to notice his odd behaviourCaden Bosch is designated the ship's artist in esidence to document the journey with imagesCaden Bosch pretends to join ,
It was so seamless and terrifying I had a start with the beginning because NOTHING made sense But either got used to it or rocky start the beginning because NOTHING made sense But either I got used it or smoothed out but either way the writing is flawless It s delusional It explains and makes you experience the fear and horror of being caught in delusions and knowing it s not eal but having to believe the delusions anyway Also Caden s family just are great While Caden s losing himself in the delusions they Raja Smurf (Smurf, re there for him CAN I JUST SAY THANK YOU It s so uplifting and hopeful I basically love this story It s scary and sad and confusing which exactly sums up what it s like to be mentally ill It has PERFECT parallels It explains things and I think it d make anyone empathises with the symptoms It s loaded with extraordinary writing and a character my heart just broke for This is easily an extraordinary book HOLD ME I M HAVING TOO MANY EMOTIONS ABOUT THIS STORY The fear My first impression of this book was also the one that lasted Whileeading I often felt like I was drowning in it and about as often like I was Zwanzig Männer sind genug re emergingI will try to write aeview that does this magnificent book justice but I am also fully aware of the fact that no matter what I say and how I will not be able to encompass it all But let s start at the beginning Normally I avoid books about mental illness as I avoid books about cancer Authors often spiral out of control and go crashing into banalities and sugarcoating Not this book I picked it up because of the Dying Light reference to the Mariana Trench I wanted to know whether it would end at the title or whether the author would explore it further and draw parallels In order to avoid spoilers I will not answer the uestion find it out yourselfWhat I will say however is nothing could have prepared me for this Imagine this you are underwater with your face turned towards the surface Beneath you is the bottomless darkness and you know you are sinking deeper and deeper but you are not frightened Instead you watch the sunrays dance on the surface you watch the waves you may even hear something happening above you though it is muted Everything is muted You are in some strange undescribable vacuum or maybe limbo You know you have toe emerge soon the sooner the better but you are torn A part of you wants to stay this way the other desires to escape the water and never enter it again Focus on what you are feeling on what you are not feelingIt is a strange state to be in isn t it I have no idea why but this book Yaşayan Kur'an Meal-Tefsir reminded me of the atmosphere of Spirited Away and especially No Face Maybe because both the mentioned character and this book had some uniue imperturbability about themThe author constantly switches between two settings theeality and the delusion of Caden s life Through the use of mostly brief and emotionally intense chapters the atmosphere changes apidly leaving the eader often than not somewhere between confused shocked and heartbroken There is certainly no action in this book it is deeply introspective and psychological but not plot driven As I have already said there is a calmness in it that is both stunning and scary It is very soon that the The Frankenstein Teacher (Corgi Pups) readerealises that it is about a scattered mind and follows Caden s journey or The Case of the General's Thumb rather journeys Watches him losing himself to his delusions and getting and out of control until finally he is hospitalized There are so many chapters that are entirely detached fromeality and all of them are allegorical In these chapters every phrase every turn of the head has a meaning and it is not always graspable neither to the eader nor to Caden Likewise there are many chapters that are eal and shocking yet somewhat hopeful because there are people in Caden s life who are willing to help him who are there for him and support him during his difficult episodes The book is scary and confusing and moving and heartbreaking And I loved every second of it and deeply appreciated the insight and the honesty behind it Following the deterioration of Caden s sanity was both horrifying and enlightning and this is probably one of the very few books that will stay with me for a long long time The author does not glamorize mental illness Not even once which makes it even heart wrenching No one is put into boxes there is no sugarcoating There is however the truth the way a person experienced mental illness first hand This book carries an important poignant message which is worth sharing and which should be spread HIGHLY ecommended PS Only now after going through the eview to check for mistakes do I An Architectural Guidebook to Los Angeles realise in what an emotional turmoil this book left me I am still not over it PPS READ IT I think I m feeling emotions than the first time Iead it If that s even possible Maybe I ll figure it out when I write the Echoes from the Past review Stay tuned for the sound of my tears You canead my full The Master Strategist: Power, Purpose and Principle in Action review here on my blog Starry Sky Books This is one of my favoriteeviews If you e thinking about eading this book I highly suggest you skim through my eview so you can find out some vital info about how the book is set up I ll post it to GR soo. He school track team but spends his days walking for miles absorbed by the thoughts in his headCaden Bosch is split between his allegiance to the captain and the allure of mutinyCaden Bosch is tor. ,


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