Lisa Bright and Dark Author:John Neufeld Lisa Shilling, 16, was losing her mind. — M.N. Fickett, the first of Lisa's friends to realize Lisa's dangerous state of mind is also the first to understand that Lisa's only hope of help must come from her friends. M.N. persuades Betsy Goodman and Elizabeth Frazer that "group therapy" is the answer--providing Lisa with a way of letting off some... more » of the terrific inward pressure, postponing the inevitable explosion.
But Lisa doesn't make their work easy. She's alternately sensible and violent, open and deceitful, clear-headed and confused.« less