All The Bright Places – Review

That book really deserves the Guardian’s description as the next TFIOS. It hit me so hard, and inspired me to write more. I want to put all these thoughts out there, write and type.
All The Bright Places is tragic, it is emotional, it is lovely. But even more, it is a story that could really have happened that way. Two troubled teens, between life and death. Both thinking about jumping, but stopping each other from doing so. Violet Markey and Theodore Finch. Both trying to cope. But whilst she is learning to live, he forgets how to do so.
As they wander, both have better and worse days and both are broken.

Jennifer Niven did a great job, writing these lines and phrasing out what is luring inside the minds of so many people.

After all the sharing options you will find a 1|2 – that will lead you to the 2nd page on which you will find a spoilery formm of my review.


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