[Mark Mansfield] free Scars Run Deep epub



7 thoughts on “Scars Run Deep

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    First off I'd like to say thank you to Goodreads' First reads and Mark Mansfield for a copy of Scars Run Deep Due to my hectic senior year I hav

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    I received this book from the GoodReads First Reads programI enjoyed this book and I enjoyed reading about Emily and everything she had to go through to find happiness again I especially liked when she and her family made up; it gave a happier ending to this mostly sad story If Mark Mansfield writes another boo

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    What started out as an averaged and uiet life for one Emily Brown was very uickly turned upside down by a single event that should have never occurred The girl who was uiet and immune to bullying found herself accused of setting her middle school on fire on the night of the big dance She is convicted of this crime which

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    I won this book on GoodreadsScars Run Deep is a story that pulls you in This book is about Emily and the bad things that happened t

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    First of all I would like to thank Mark Mansfield very much for sending me a copy of this book I really appreciate itThough this book has an interesting premise the writing is a bit dull The book is about a girl named Emily who gets accused of a crime she did not commit Forced into terrifying situations Emily learns about the cruelties of the world She also learns about hope In my opinion this book was very rus

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    I won this book several months ago from a Goodreads giveaway but due to a recent move new state and new job I haven't gotten around to reading it until now I was not overly impressed The basis of the story was good; howev

  7. says:

    I'm very excited to read this It's a new story for myself and I hope I will have a chance to read it

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Re her and must take an emotional journey of betrayal perseverance and trust Millie discovers that she can trust no one including those in authority and learns that the aim of this cruel world is to take advantage of her vulnerability Her innocence shatters she hits rock bottom and faces a decision that no one shoul. What started out as an averaged and uiet life for one Emily Brown was very uickly turned upside down by a single event that should have never occurred The girl who was uiet and immune to bullying found herself accused of setting her middle school on fire on the night of the big dance She is convicted of this crime which she never committed and is whisked away from a family that no longer wants anything to do with her all while she is just fifteen years of age This sets the ball in motion for a serious of events that leads to her ultimate self destruction that include bullying drug and alcohol abuse allowing her probation officer to sexually harass her and eventually pregnancy at the age of sixteen She is then taken in by the only person to show her any sympathy and believe in her innocence her arresting officer a woman named Sarah Eventually Sarah convinces Emily to start volunteering at a church and helps her get her feet back on the ground where she meets the man of her dreams and soon gets engaged Someone who is struggling with personal issues might be interested in reading this book because it has a very positive ending and proves that no situation is too bad to turn around if you put forth the effort to do so This is encouraging and if a person were to learn from Emily s life experiences they could very easily live their life in a highly productive manner Another group that might be interested in this book would be those who enjoy a small amount of romance because towards the end a romantic story develops and that is the major cause for Emily to try and make a positive turn around in her life I really did not enjoy this book at all It was highly predictable and there is only so much drama you can put into a book before the readers would rather jump off of a bridge Mansfield went way overboard with all of the events that transpired in Emily s life He could have easily left out a few things and the story would have benefitted greatly Also the and they lived happily ever after style of ending just made this book way too clich for me to enjoy it I ended up reading it uickly just so I could wash my hands of the story and be done with it Though one point of praise I have even though the plot would have been better written by monkeys was that Mansfield has a great gift with words and a great sense of how to use the English language so even though I did not like the story he told I really enjoyed the way he told it

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D have to make on their own Ultimately she can cope no and asking for help seems her only option Carried by her strength of character and an unseen guiding hand Millie is destined for than the world would want for her This moving and often sad story of injustice hurt and betrayal will rekindle the hope within us all. I won this book several months ago from a Goodreads giveaway but due to a recent move new state and new job I haven t gotten around to reading it until now I was not overly impressed The basis of the story was good however the writing left a little bit to be desired It was a lot of dialogue as opposed to any character building or descriptive writing Also the timeline and progression of the story was very jagged You turned the page and suddenly it was months later with no real explanation of what happened between then and nowAgain it wasn t bad I read it and I wanted to know how it ended The writing style just left it a little bit flat and hard to digest in my opinion

FREE READ Ç MZINES.CO.UK ô Mark Mansfield

Millie is an innocent 15 year old who knows little of the harsh world around her Protected by her best friend she has a uniue ability to switch off from the world around her After an arson attack on her school she is betrayed even by her best friend Despite her ability she is unable to deny the events unfolding befo. First off I d like to say thank you to Goodreads First reads and Mark Mansfield for a copy of Scars Run Deep Due to my hectic senior year I have been unable to really get into it until today Emily s story is one that will move anyone with a heart and it is not always an easy one to read This poor girl has hurdle after hurdle thrown in her path and sometimes it seems like it is just not possible for her to have a good life Of course Emily is not one to bury her head in the same She keeps going no matter what and I couldn t help but root for her as the novel continued If I m speaking about the story and just the story I d give Scars Run Deep four stars Emily s story while a tad cliched and cheesy at some points had genuine emotion infused into it You can t help but want to feel something once you re done with Scars Run Deep Sadly Scars Run Deep has several structural and developmental problems I can t ignore Mansfield shows often than he tells and it almost feels like you re reading Emily s file rather than watching her story unfold None of the characters are given much in the way of development Even Emily the main character feels like a stranger to the reader until much later in the story There just wasn t enough time spent fleshing the characters out and making them feel alive I guess that problem could also be attributed to the fact that this is a short novel Some much is crammed into the plot in a short time that you lose the opportunity for that important character development I also feel like several of the plot points were skimmed over I was never clear on the details of the fire and many things felt rushed to me Andy and Emily s relationship hit me out of the blue and I think that the prologue was misleading It would ve been better if it had been Emily meeting with Rick or one of her parents and having to tell that story Or even having her tell it to a grown Lara Having Emily tell the story to Andy takes you out of present time for a little bit and then pops you awkwardly back in for a few chapters On a completely unrelated side note I hated Emily s parents Enough said Another problem for me is that Mansfield s writing style isn t really much of a style The words themselves aren t lyrical or smooth and it reads like someone who is not sure how to tell their story There isn t anything that sets Scars Run Deep apart stylistically Despite the flaws I have pointed out I did like Scars Run Deep It wasn t a perfect novel by any means but it also was not one I regret reading Emily s story is a moving one and I desperately wanted to see how her story would end I also loved how Mansfield brought God into the story It maybe could ve been done a little smoothly but I m not complaining If nothing else this novel will definitely make you grateful for the blessings in your life For me I thought of the things I have and the people I love PS Thank you Mr Mansfield for the note inside my copy I appreciated it