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  • 4 1/2 stars

    In the Echo of this Ghost Town is a hard, yet rewarding, read. It will make you angry, make you cry, and still give you hope for a better tomorrow. The opening of the book was a bit of a struggle for me to read. I wasn't invested in the characters and didn't much care about the fight between the friends. But I kept reading, and I'm so glad I did. Griffin is all kinds of messed up. He's taken all of his pain and shoved it down deep, letting it fester so that he lashes out not only at those around him, but even attacks himself. Drowning his pain in alcohol and parties, he didn't realize how far he'd fallen, until he had nowhere to go but up. Enter "Weird Girl." The moment Griffin met Max, I knew something was about to happen. She sparked his interest, intrigued him unlike anyone ever had, and didn't let him get away with being a complete jerk. With Max, Griffin realized he needed to become a better person. Not only to ever have a chance at a true friendship, but also for himself. In the Echo of this Ghost Town isn't about the end destination so much as the journey... Isn't that what life really is? A journey? I enjoyed seeing Griffin grow as a person, loved how patient Max was with him while remaining tough and telling him what he needed to hear and not always what he wanted to hear. The dynamic between the two was amazing. The book touches on some hard topics, but life isn't easy so why should a fictional character's not be just as messy and screwed up? Definitely worth the read! (I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review)

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