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    4 Heartbreakingly Sad Books To Cry Over

     
     
     

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    Do you feel like inflicting unnecessary sadness on yourself? Well here are 4 books that will do just that.

    #1 The Darkness Within by Michele Gmitrowski

    The Darkness Within by Michele Gmitrowski This memoirs covers a life plagued by clinical depression, PTSD, failed institutions, death, bullying, and abuse. Through it all, Michele keeps struggling to find redemption in forgiveness and love.

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    Contributor: Maggie Allen from Inkwater

     

     

    #2 So This Is the End by Alexandra Franzen

     

    What if doctors could revive you from death―and give you an extra 24 hours of life? How would you spend your time? So This Is The End follows Nora Hamilton as she navigates her final 24 hours. She's determined to do something meaningful and make every moment count.

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    Contributor: Christina McCall from Mango.bz

     

     

    #3 Working My Way Back to Me by April Kirkwood

     

    This is a cinematic book that lays out in harsh technicolor all that is fake, brutal and life-snuffing about American culture. Celebrity worship, spousal abuse, sexual abuse, adultery, false religiosity, and innocence interrupted all converge into a roiling brew that boils over into one heck of a story you can't put down. A must-read in this #MeToo movement we are experiencing. -Judith Valente, senior correspondent at WGLT Radio, the NPR affiliate in central Illinois, and former correspondent for PBS-TV, Wall Street Journal, and Chicago Public Radio.

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    Contributor: April Kirkwood from April Kirkwood

     

     
     

    #4 The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

     

    The Fault in Our Stars was a book that made everyone who read it cry. It tells the story of Hazel and Augustus, two teens with cancer who fall in love. Yet unlike most stories, this one does not end happily ever after.

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    Contributor: Caleb Backe from Maple Holistics

     

     
     
     
     

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