Just read 7 pages; going back to the library.
Griffin's novel is formatted as a biography of young, doomed artist Addison Stone. The narrative is composed of snippets of interviews with people who knew Addison best. Her clueless parents, loyal best friend, bitter ex-boyfriends and greedy art dealer all offer insights on why this talented but mentally unstable girl self-destructed. Griffin commissioned several artists to create Addison's paintings, and a model poses as Addison in numerous photographs, encouraging readers to view her as a real person. Although some side characters seem like New York art world stereotypes, Addison remains compelling throughout. The biography format is a refreshing change from typical teen novels.
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