Saturday, 5 September 2015

All The Bright Places Book Review

Every Once In A While A Story Comes Along That Feels Like It Was Written For You. Like You Were Just Meant To Read It. One That Knocks You On Your Ass. As Dramatic Or Cheesy As It Sounds, A Book That Touches You On A Very Deep Level. All The Bright Places Is One Of Those Books.


All The Bright Places Is A Heart-Breaking Novel About Life And Death, The Bitterness Of Losses And Ability To Gain Strength From People You Love, About Enjoying All The Precious Moments Of Life, Even When It Seems That Nothing Can Bring You Happiness. It Will Warm Your Soul, Then Tear It Apart And Settle In The Brightest Place Of Your Heart.


The Story Is Told From Multiple Points Of Views: Finch's And Violet's - Two Teenagers Who Need Help To Survive In This World. The Book Hooks You From The First Chapter; Finch Climbs To The Bell Tower And Considers Jumping From It. We Don't Know Why Exactly, But It Is Evident That Something Isn't Right With Him; Racing Thoughts, Chaotic Speech, Weird Behaviour. He Says That He Must Remain Awake, Because Sometimes He Passes Out For Months -- But Why? The Main Theme Of This Book Is To Find A Way To Enjoy Life Even In The Dark Times, When It Seems That There Is No Point In Your Existence And It Would Be Much Easier To Give Up. I Think The Author Perfectly Coped With The Task; This Story Will Not Leave Anyone In Different. I Was Bombarded With Strong Emotions. I Am Not A Sentimental Person, But This Book Just Tore Me To Pieces. For Me, This Is The Best Book Of The Year. Read It Guys, You Won't Regret It.


- Trixellie. x

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