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Jonah is on a mission to break every bone in his body. Everyone knows that broken bones grow back stronger than they were before. And Jonah wants to be stronger—needs to be stronger—because everything around him is falling apart. When Jonah's self-destructive spiral accelerates and he hits rock bottom, will he find true strength or surrender to his breaking point?
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Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. More Details Original Title. Jesse , Naomi , Jonah. Other Editions 7. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Break , please sign up. Hannah The entire book is about someone who breaks their own bones, so yes.
Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Break. Jun 12, June Helmsley rated it it was amazing Shelves: oh-hell-fucking-yes. Holy ballsweat! It's like a werewolf broke into my house and smashed the shit out of everything and then bought me dinner because GODDAMN, this book so owns my face now. Fucking property of Hannah Moskowitz on my goddamn forehead. In a past review I decided Jay Bell's middle name was "Fuck yeah, bitch!
Moskowitz and from now on her middle name is "I came here to fuck bitches". Artist's rendition: So yeah, shit starts getting real because Jonah, the main ch Holy ballsweat! Artist's rendition: So yeah, shit starts getting real because Jonah, the main character, falls off his skateboard. And his buddy Naomi is there to record it.
The kicker? The dude is trying to break every bone in his body. I know! I was like "Is this bitch crazy? Okay, no, but he's allergic to like fucking everything. Plus the parents should have divorced forever ago.
But why break bones? Why not try to snort a line of gummi bears and get a face tattoo like a normal person? The back cover says it: "Everyone knows that broken bones grow back stronger than they were before" So Jonah is trying to strengthen himself, and Naomi is helping him along. No one else knows what he's planning. Like I said: Holy. PLUS the wants and direction of the characters are clear and no one is all "I gotsa go to prom!
Where was I?! Plot twist. Plus Jesse reveals something that's an eye-opener. I so cared for these characters! They were goddamn real, I wanted the best for them. Even Jonah's parents, who were so fucking stupid sometimes. I fully intend to read HM's books and bask in her bitch-fuckery. Team Moskowitz, baby. Suck it in. View 2 comments. I wrote this book! Parts of it make me laugh. Did you know that when you break your bones, they grow back stronger?
Well that's what Jonah figures he'd do. Get stronger. Since his life and the people in it is so messed up he figures that he'll be strong enough for all of them And then when the book is all said and done it hits something so deep that it makes you wonder if it's an issue that really happening. This is a thought provok Did you know that when you break your bones, they grow back stronger?
This is a thought provoking book. I know that self-torture is out there, scary but true but to take it this far? Jonah has remarkable depth and intensity for a character with this kind of twisted issues. He's one messed up kid, it's like watching a train wreck over and over and over and over again. You just can't believe your reading the stuff this kid is doing, hell, what he's even thinking. But you can't help but be invested in his story the minute you read the first page. Very, very powerful.
This is a disturbing read, but it's also so utterly heartbreaking the way Jonah loves, cares, worries, takes over, takes on everything. It's simply brilliant. Some may be offended by the excessively obscene language , but I think it amazingly fits the story so well that it wouldn't be the same without it.
Hannah Moskowitz delivers a passionate debut about one boy struggle to make his world sane by being insane. It's a story that I'll never forget! A Must Read! View all 6 comments. It's definitely very strange to finish an author's latest book and then proceed to their debut straight after. The six year gap is definitely clear in the writing, yes, but even despite that, Hannah Moskowitz never fails to impress me. To put it bluntly, I just fucking love her goddamn books, man.
Feb 14, Jennifer Sommersby rated it it was amazing. What were you doing during your junior year in high school? Chasing boys? Cheering on the home team? Worrying about the perfect prom dress or if you were even going to make it to prom?
Fighting with your parents because of their crazy restrictive curfews? I know one thing she did do, though.
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