Posted in Reviews, Sophie

Post-its and Prismacolors

Hi, bookworms! How have you been? School has been super busy, made it through the first month! I haven’t had much time to blog but I have been reading  After Let’s Get Lost I read All the Bright Places and wow was it beautiful. I’m just going to take a moment here and compose myself. It was beautifully written.

Here’s an overview:

Violet Markey should not have been on the bell tower. Theodore Finch is there contemplating the possible ways of death. Somehow they seem to save each other that day on the edge. From that day forward, they develop a sort of relationship. Finch helps Violet rebuild her life. He shows her how to move on without forgetting. She teaches him the beauty of life and gives him reasons to stay. But then one day something snaps and Violet’s world is shattered for the second time. She must carry herself and be her own best friend.

My opinion:

I LOVE THIS BOOK IT WAS BEAUTIFUL. I got so drawn in by the characters. Though I haven’t felt the same exact way they have, Niven brought them to me. Violet is a beautiful character. I love how strong and independent she is. Her guilt is palpable but we learn a lot from her second tragedy. Finch reminded me of a mix of two people I know. (They don’t exactly match up but his general disposition is on point.) I loved their little quirks and have began to take some of them on (post it notes on the walls? Yes please!) I highly recommend this. I regret waiting so long to actually read it and it definitely deserves all the hype it gets. I love how Niven advocates for the teen in this novel. Beautifully written and heart wrenching.

Happy reading!


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