Violet & Finch
Título original: All The Bright Places.
Autor: Jennifer Niven
«Violet está rota. Finch está roto. ¿Pueden dos mitades reconstruirse? Esta es la historia de una chica que aprende a vivir de un chico que pretende morir; de dos jóvenes que se encuentran y dejan de contar los días para empezar a vivirlos».
Leí esta historia por primera vez el año pasado. Y me impactó de tal manera que por varios días me fue imposible superarla. Es una historia increíble (y ya sé que suelo decir esto muy a menudo), pero la historia de Violet & Finch es increíble de un modo diferente... De un modo que todavía no consigo describir. Es de esas historias que taladran tu pecho y se construyen allí dentro un hogar. Es un hallazgo inesperado, un respiro de alivio y un viaje directo a la inspiración. .
¡A seguir leyendo!
"We do not remember days, we remember moments" It's Sarah here!Author-Jennifer Niven I absolutely loved this book! It was so thought provoking and heart breaking. I felt my heart strings really being pulledThe writing is perfection. Violet and Finch take turns narrating and their voices are so different. Finch sees everything from a whole different perspective, while violet sees things as they are. They become such and unusual pair but the click so well! The element of romance is spread throughout though mental illnesses and suicide are the main themes. It was written so perfectly, I could feel the emotion throughout. It was just so thought provoking I'm speechless. I'd definitely recommend this is you love a book with emotion. I couldn't put it down #allthebrightplaces#book#bookworm#lovedit
[day 22 | over hyped book] “Help Me Out” by Maroon 5 & Julia Michaels #LyricallyBookishOctober This book is called “All the Bright Places” by Jennifer Niven. It’s not that I hated this book. Not at all. I loved it a lot and it fulfilled my expectations. I actually am a little upset about how much I really enjoyed it. The thing is, however, it’s hyped as a beautiful love story and that’s all I heard. Nobody mentioned any trigger warnings and how unhealthy it could be to people who battle with specific mental health issues. This book has the potential to really harm some people. I’m not going to spoil what happens for those who haven’t read it, but what I will say is *trigger warning* for people with depression, ptsd, bipolar and maybe others. What a shame this book ended up how it did and nobody really talks about it. It would’ve been my favorite read this year. Also I want to mention, the author said the book was based off of personal life events so it kind of makes sense why what happened happened.
How's everyone? I finally took some pictures today and it turned out good. Including this photo
About This Photo: It's John Green's newest novel Turtles All The Way Down! Only hardcover copies are shipped to the bookstores here and I'm kinda waiting for the paperback versions but it's John Green! One of my favorite authors I can't wait for the paperback versions to arrive. I'm excited to read this when I bought this on the release date but exams got on the way which forced me to put it aside Up until now, I haven't read it yet But I'll be taking it with me this weekend on a family vacay
Question: If you'd accidentally find a bag full of money on the street, What would you do with it?
— I know that being a good Samaritan and having that good image is important and most of us would say that we'd report to the police or find the owner. Yes, I'd do that too. But we also can't deny that we'd think of ourselves first So maybe, I'd spend it. Spend it on Books! Yep, Books haha what else? I think I'd finally be able to buy all of the books on my To-Buy list But yeah, we must not be selfish and we know that the right thing to do is find the owner. But, if no one claims tho...well..."HELLO BOOKSTORE! BOOKS, COME TO PAPA!"
How about you? What would you do? Comment below
Have a good night/day guys!