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    When I read the synopsis of this book I thought that it was interesting. Joel is an interesting character he saves most of his text messages, he doesn’t hit send. He bottles up his emotions. He’s also volunteering at a soup kitchen and struggling with not having his best friend Andy died. He’s just trying to make it though high school. One of the things that I enjoyed with Joel was that he was sarcastic and yet honest with himself. I loved how the book deals with some of the important things at that are going on in the world now like homelessness, guns, religion PTSD etc. I don’t want to give away too much. After reading this book I think it’s a coming of age story that all teens should read. Because of the topics at hand. I think they will find it relatable.

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