Taylor and Jessica are best friends that have almost everything in common--including life-threatening illnesses. The one difference is, Jessica's is voluntary. Jessica Anderson has everything: a close-knit group of friends, parents who love her, and a size two waist. There is nothing more to life at the age of fifteen. But it isn't enough. Jessica can't find the acceptance she needs. Tormented by an eating disorder she won't acknowledge, Jessica keeps the smile on, relying heavily on Taylor for the love and support to continue living. But Taylor has devastating news: her leukemia is back. With her mask slipping and her best friend beyond her help, Jessica makes a promise she doesn't know if she can keep.Dona#39;t listen to anything or anyone that doesna#39;t make you happy. Thank you, Jessica. ... She made many mental notes and made sure she had memorized the entire letter before folding it and placing it on her nightstand. She took a deep breathanbsp;...
|Title||:||Cross My Heart, Hope (Not) to Die|
|Publisher||:||Tate Publishing - 2010-04|