Book about boy in mental hospital

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Its Kind of a Funny Story by Ned Vizzini

Ambitious New York City teenager Craig Gilner is determined to succeed at life - which means getting into the right high school to get into the right job. But once Craig aces his way into Manhattans Executive Pre-Professional High School, the pressure becomes unbearable. He stops eating and sleeping until, one night, he nearly kills himself.

Craigs suicidal episode gets him checked into a mental hospital, where his new neighbors include a transsexual sex addict, a girl who has scarred her own face with scissors, and the self-elected President Armelio. There, Craig is finally able to confront the sources of his anxiety.

Ned Vizzini, who himself spent time in a psychiatric hospital, has created a remarkably moving tale about the sometimes unexpected road to happiness.
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Book about a boy in a mental hospital

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From brutally honest to shockingly hilarious, these books get it. It was so beautiful. Honestly, the ending completely brought me to tears, but it is definitely something I would read again. A girl who had never left the house and her mother, all alone. Truly my favorite book of all time. It's about so much more than mental illness — which is why I love it so much.

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