Painting Caitlyn

Painting Caitlyn When Caitlyn is with Tyler all of her problems seem to disappear But as things get serious she discovers Tyler s jealous side Once she realizes her perfect boyfriend is as controlling as he is caring

  • Title: Painting Caitlyn
  • Author: Kimberly Joy Peters
  • ISBN: 9781897073407
  • Page: 337
  • Format: Paperback
  • When Caitlyn is with Tyler all of her problems seem to disappear But as things get serious, she discovers Tyler s jealous side Once she realizes her perfect boyfriend is as controlling as he is caring, Caitlyn is faced with a choice she can either let this relationship define her, or find the courage to break away.

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    1. Caitlyn is 15 years old and feels invisible. Her Mom and Stepfather are too busy planning for their new baby and her best friend is too busy with her boyfriend. Then Caitlyn meets Tyler her is older, gorgeous and seems to be the perfect boyfriend. When she is with him all her problems disappear. He is caring and loving but also extremely controlling and jealous. I wish I had read this books when I was fifteen. Maybe I would learnt a thing or too. It has such an important message about what is an [...]

    2. Painting Caitlyn is a strong story with a powerful message about physical and mental abuse in young relationships.I had a controlling boyfriend when I was a teen, maybe not to this extent, but never the less it would have been great to have this book around then.Caitlyn is only 14 years old and already doubts her parents love since there is a new baby on the way, so when she meets 16 year old Tyler she's easily clouded by first love and the new emotions that come with it.Tyler is every bit as ch [...]

    3. At times, I felt like this book was so much of a summary, and not really enough of a story. There were some great moments in it, but we didn't get to know Tyler nearly enough. I couldn't understand why Caitlyn liked him so much, or what his redeeming qualities were.

    4. Perfect book for reluctant readers, with an only slighty pedantic message about abusive relationships. (I mean, the message is strong, but it doesn't come across as too strong and preachy)

    5. Reviewed by Cana Rensberger for TeensReadTooRemember your first serious relationship? The breathless excitement, nervousness, and giddiness that comes when you realize that he likes you? Caitlyn can't believe how lucky she is. She first meets Tyler at an amusement park, in the splash pool. The attraction is immediate and mutual, and the timing couldn't be better. Her best friend, Ashley, is totally engrossed in Brandon, her boyfriend of eight months. And at home, she feels less than invisible. T [...]

    6. Remember your first serious relationship? The breathless excitement, nervousness, and giddiness that comes when you realize that he likes you? Caitlyn can’t believe how lucky she is. She first meets Tyler at an amusement park, in the splash pool. The attraction is immediate and mutual, and the timing couldn’t be better. Her best friend, Ashley, is totally engrossed in Brandon, her boyfriend of eight months. And at home, she feels less than invisible. The latest insult is moving to the baseme [...]

    7. Painting Caitlyn was an intriguing read about a topic that is very serious. It was a page turner - each aspect of Caitlyn and Tyler's doomed relationship got more and more interesting and abusive as the book went on.Peters did a magnificent job on the characters. Tyler was so easy to hate, yet at times you really felt for him. This is so similar to how Caitlyn sees him from time to time. His character really drew you into the story and didn't let you go. Caitlyn was a character that while she wa [...]

    8. I thought this would be a good read when I bought it but it wasn't. What this book is missing is.emotion. For whatever reason, I don't feel a good enough connection to Caitlyn, and that's a bad start to a book if there's any.How this whole abusive relationship started with Tyler wasn't realistic to me. The jealously parts worked fine, but starting the controlling part off with the picking paint was a mistake. Why would Tyler care about what color of Caitlyn's room when he hadn't even been in it [...]

    9. This book was a good read, and definitely turned out better than I expected!I'm from Canada, and not to put down my nation or anything, but this book was purely written and published by a Canadian author, and seeing as it was published in Canada, I knew that this book probably didn't have a whole lot of reviews or acknowledgement. BUT, I was pleasantly surprised to find this book was really, truly an amazing read, and it has actually won an award.This novel basically played up with the common-us [...]

    10. This book was amazing.I Love how I could relate to it.My Mom once made me break up with my boyfriend of a year and 6 months and she told me I couldn't have any contact with him. Of course I went crazy and told her she couldn't stop me from seeing him at school, and I continued dating him. When my mom found out we were still dating she freaked but when she told me that I had to break up with him or she was going to do it for me she seen the tears in my eyes, right then she decided that maybe she [...]

    11. The name of this book is called Painting Caitlyn by Kimberly Joy Peters. It was a very interesting read because Caitlyn's life is was always very gloomy, sad and depressing. The reason for this is because her family and her bestfriend doesn't really pay much attention to her at all. Its as if she was invisible and didn't exist at all. Her mother and her father are striving to make the perfect baby and her bestfriend is always caught up with her boyfriend, Brandon. She was so alone. In fact she w [...]

    12. My friend read this book yesterday and said it was really good, so I borrowed it from her before she returned it to the library. I started it in my English class and read at least half of it! It was so amazing!I loved the plot, although when I carefully read the back blurb I was a little skeptical of the whole plot line. My first instinct was wrong. There was no need for the skepticism, the book in all was a really good and easy read. I loved Caitlyn, the main character, she was logical if not a [...]

    13. This book wasn't the best book I've ever read, but it was realistic. The big picture was great. The author, in my opinion, could have done a better job at explaining things. The book was about a young girl named Caitlyn who fell in love with a guy, Tyler. Tyler seemed to be the perfect boyfriend in the beginning, until Caitlyn did something to upset him, like embarrass Tyler in front of his friends. Caitlyn did everything she could to try to make him happy. Because of Tyler, her grades dropped a [...]

    14. This book really tackles abusiveness and really shows us that people will put up with it because they are either afraid to leave, or they just don't know how to get out of it. A young girl struggles to get out of an abusive relationship but she likes the fact of having a boyfriend, and she makes up excuses and blames herself for why he hits her. This book is a very good book for young teenage girls. It gives them the idea of what an abusive relationship can do to someone. The ending of the book [...]

    15. i think that when caitlyn had to move to the other room for her baby sister to get there own room i kinda know how she is felling because i have a sister and i had t change rooms so that she can have her own room when she was a little baby. Also when she got her belly button ring mt mother would be mad at me if i ever did that. At the end of the book i was sad and happy said bacause i did not know that her boyfriend would hurt her i thought he loved her. and i was happy that she broke up with hi [...]

    16. This book catches the readers attention instantly. After a chapter ends you want to keep reading. The book could easily be finished in a few days. It is very relateable to teenage girls stuggling with what is going on in their lives. I believe some boys would like this book as well. The main character, Caitlyn, learns to focus on the good things in life even after relying on some people that are bad influences. She deals with tragic events that leave her tramatized. At times she feels overwhelme [...]

    17. I gave it the benefit of the doubt, but I think I'd have enjoyed it more if I hadn't been able to tell how hard the author was working to show naive teens how easily an abusive relationship can happen, while disguising the lesson in the syntax of an innocent freshman. The end result was something that simultaneously felt didactic and watered down. So no points there - but props for compelling characters and good details. Despite its shortcomings, it's endearingly like someone's creative writing [...]

    18. Painting Caitlyn is about a girl named Caitlyn who falls into an abusive relationship. Compare to Sarah Dessen's Dreamland, Painting Caitlyn doesn't live up to as high as an expectation that I thought it would. The book was good and Caitlyn was an ok character, but I wish there was more depth and emotion into the book as Dreamland had.

    19. This is just one of those books that I would reccomend to everyone. It's a good read and I know that there are more than one kind of abuse, and I feel more aware about abusive/unhealthy relationships. I like Caitlyn, she is smart and strong and sounds like an amazing artist, and reading her story told me that sometimes with people you just don't know.

    20. I love this book!Way to go KimA great book for any young teen. A great read with an important message. It covers so many areas of the complex teen life, that it hits home with so many of its readers. Young teens can learn an important message from reading this book, and the adult audience will remember the details vividly, of their own teen years.5 stars!!

    21. I bought this book because it was on sale, and to be honest I'm glad I didn't pay full price. I thought the quality in the writing wasn't there, and in general I think there are much better books out there that deal with abusive relationships in young people.

    22. I was given this book by the author's sister when I was about 14, and I absolutely loved it. It was just risque enough to draw me in, but also helped me deal with a lot of the things I was facing at that age. I loved this book.

    23. This book wasnt one of my favorites. It was a good book but i feel it should have been more interesting or maybe went into details a little more. I like the idea that the book was trying to share but it was kind of a boring book. It is a good book for teen girls though.

    24. This book hit me hard, it made me realize may things. I would love to read this book once more because I read it back in high school. But I do remember it being good. The emotions it makes you feel are so real and it keeps you wrapped up.

    25. It was an okay book. Extremely similar to Sarah Dessen's Dreamland, which bothered me. Definitely not one of the best i've read.

    26. Caitlyn's story is one of the best I've read in a long time. She learns a lot about herself and love in this journey of high school. A great story for any teenage girl.

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