Saturday, 8 April 2017

All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven

Book: All the Bright Places
Author: Jennifer Niven
Review Written by Isla Adams
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This was a sad, touching book, a book that tears out your heart and stamps on it.

Plot Outline:

Theodore Finch wants to die. ‘I’m broken and no one can fix it.’  Violet Markey is still distraught over her sister’s death. ‘In that instant, we went ploughing through the guardrail, my words died too.’ After they meet on the ledge of the school bell tower, their lives are changed forever.
After being partnered up for a school geography project, to visit and report on three famous landmarks in Indiana, they become friends, and as their adventures progressed, so did their relationship. Getting to know each other and rediscover themselves on their little ‘wanderings’, they find refuge from the harsh world they both face inside each other. But as Violet recovers and begins living her life again, Theodore’s life shrinks and grows darker. What happens when you’re in deep water, floundering, all alone?

Recommended Age Group: 9 to 15
Rating: 9/10
Average Rating: 8.4/10

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