Saving CeeCee Honeycut, Chapters 23-30
In these last few chapters of the book, we see CeeCee break open in many ways. As she collapses from the pain she has carried for so long, she also begins her healing process. She witnesses adults being imperfect and fighting like children and then walking away as friends. She learns that even though she may look like her mother, she will never become her mother. She makes a friend who is her own age – a first for CeeCee. And for the very first time, CeeCee feels proud of herself. In breaking open the pain, she also breaks open her heart.
Were there any parts of this book that resonated with you strongly? Were you able to see yourself in CeeCee in any way? Tell us what you loved most about this book.
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