All The Bright Places by Jennifer Niven book review!
This book is mostly better going into it unknown but I’ll provide a little info on it. The story is told in two point of views. First is a boy named Theodore Finch, who is a boy who wants to take his own life. The second protagonist is Violet Markey, a girl who is suffering to move on from her sisters tragic death. Violet and Finch feel that they can only be their true selves together. As Violet starts to step out of her sadness, Finch’s begins to take him down more. How far will Violet go to save the boy she has grown to love?
Oh. My. God.
Words can’t even begin to explain my feelings on this book.
Jennifer’s writing is so beautiful, and kept me in awe with her words.
This book does however deal with some things that certain people may find alarming or very saddening to them. Suicide is a very serious matter and I like the way Jennifer explained it and how she really empathised on how important it was for them to feel better about themselves. And how she shows the journey of what it was like for these two protagonists.
I also loved the idea of the positivity wall, I think its a great idea for teens to think about and put in their room because it really does help to be surrounded in nice and bright things.
MY RATING: 5/5 stars for sure