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Friday, 8 July 2016

All the Bright Places

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Finch is an american teenager who wants to kill himself. Violet has just lost her sister to a car crash. So when they meet on the ledge of the Bell Tower looking out over their school, each think they know why the other is there. Then Finch asks Violet to be his partner in a geography project, and there wandering begin. But even though Violet is getting happier, it doesn't mean Finch is...

All the Bright Places is one of the best books I have ever read. It was written well and I liked the way it was written from the personality of two people that had separate personalities. It was hard to tell that they were written by the same author. I liked the way that at the start of each chapter it would say something like '172 days till graduation'. I liked that even though it was quite a serious book, there were a few funny moments.

I am going to give it a 10/10
and an age rating of 12+ as there are a few slightly more adult parts of the book.