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    A book that will stay with me

    I was fortunate enough to receive an ARC of this book. It is not often that one reads a book that they know will stay with them forever. That is the way that I feel about Noah Finn & The Art Of Suicide. Each chapter draws you into the next one; and with each chapter you find your own humanity being revealed. The subject matter can be difficult, talking about topics such as death and suicide, but the overall impression is one that makes you excited to be human. Whilst discussing the darkest points of humanity, when all is stripped away, what is left is ultimately hope. We are called to be better people. Besides it’s more existential elements, the mythology of the story is also extremely interesting. The way the story is interweaved like a tapestry of moments. Stories interlinking and affecting other stories, reminiscent of the butterfly effect. It’s hard to say too much about the book without giving away the storyline, so all I can say is buy the book, read the book, share the book. #savenoahfinn
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