Friday, August 14, 2015

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Violet and Theodore have forged an unlikely friendship. Their paths crossed on the edge of a bell tower on the day the both wanted to end it all.

Theodore, is able to talk, Violet down, sealing their friendship for life.  A friendship based on love, happiness,grief, heartache, loneliness, compassion, understanding and trust.

Theodore is the break out character. He is passionate about life and death, often spewing his knowledge on famous people who have committed suicide.

They embark on a school project together taking them to visit various parts of their home state, forging a deep friendship between them. You get to experience life with them and all the ups and downs that comes with it.

I do not want to give much more away other then to say.. read the book and ignore the reviews  calling it The Fault in Our Stars meets Eleanor and Park..... 

Go in with no expectations, lean back and read this book. 

Grade: A

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