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  • Devastatingly Beautiful

    Even though the story was a little predictable, I couldn't put it down. Finch and Violet meet atop the school bell tower. One is dealing with manic depression, the other is dealing with the loss of a loved one. When paired together for a class project, Finch shows Violet that life can be exciting and worth living, all while sinking further into his own depression. It's easy to fall in love with Finch's witty and charming personality, and Violet's innocence. You can't help but root for young love in this story. This book deals with heavy subjects- Bullying, family abuse, depression, sex and suicide. I think most teens (14+) can handle the subject matter, but probably wouldn't recommend it to anyone younger.

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    36 person found this review helpful

    36 people found this review helpful

    36 of 40 people found this review helpful

  • Was great but...

    I really liked this book, I liked how it actually touched on mental illness. But it hit pretty hard to home for me due to having a family member who suffered from mental illness and passed away due to suicide. It really was a good book and I would recommend it for sure.

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    32 person found this review helpful

    32 people found this review helpful

    32 of 34 people found this review helpful

  • All the bright places

    This book gave me hope. This book made me feel love. I currently suffer depression and suffer from a stress disorder but this book really made me see life in a new light. This book taught me that if you spend your life mourning and being depressed about one thing in your life, you will never be able to feel love. If you struggle with any sort of mental illness, I hope you are doing ok and you are loved. I hope this book does everything it did for me for you. Stay safe!-Audrey

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    27 person found this review helpful

    27 people found this review helpful

    27 of 28 people found this review helpful

  • Love, Lust, Loss

    Violet and Finch met in the most unexpected and unheard of way at the top of the school bell tower teetering on the edge. In this contemptery romance two teens deal with life while touring their state for school leaving behind remments of the story they are creating. This is a heartwrenching story of following your heart and finding your meaning.

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    16 person found this review helpful

    16 people found this review helpful

    16 of 16 people found this review helpful

  • Amazing!

    This was a random purchase that has now been added to my list of musts. Like the Perks of being a wallflower this book allows us into a world of the quiet vs loud narrator with characters on both sides of the spectrum. The emotion is raw and gut wrenching as you know what is to become of the bright light that is Finch,. The masks we wear be it outrageous or withdrawn is something everyone experiences. This is a must read for everyone!

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