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READ PDF õ All the Bright Places ⚞ Theodore Finch Is Fascinated By Death, And He Constantly Thinks Of Ways He Might Die But Each Time, Something Good, No Matter How Small, Stops HimViolet Markey Lives For The Future, Counting The Days Until Graduation, When She Can Escape Her Indiana Town And Her Aching Grief In The Wake Of Her Sister S Recent DeathWhen Finch And Violet Meet On The Ledge Of The Bell Tower At School, It S Unclear Who Saves Whom And When They Pair Up On A Project To Discover The Natural Wonders Of Their State, Both Finch And Violet Make Important Discoveries It S Only With Violet That Finch Can Be Himself A Weird, Funny, Live Out Loud Guy Who S Not Such A Freak After All And It S Only With Finch That Violet Can Forget To Count Away The Days And Start Living Them But As Violet S World Grows, Finch S Begins To Shrink First things first In the blurb of this book it says..The Fault in Our Stars meets Eleanor and Park That should go I liked both those books in their own right This book should and does stand on it s own It s better than that.This review may go all spoilery and too much personal information Be warned My writing of reviews have been said to be Awkward..fuck that I m going all in on this one If I can get one person that needs to read this book to read it through my review..it s worth it May you eye go to the Sun, To the wind your soul Or go to the waters if it suits thee there Theodore Finch That odd boy who tries on different personalities hoping to find one that will put him into Awake mode He knows so many ways to die and little things keep him from going through with it It might be that he doesn t want a destroyed corpse for people to look on It might be that he finally met that girl that is maybe the one that might keep him there.Violet Markey Recently lost her best friend sister in a car crash She is broken No cheerleading, writing on her webpage, no wanting to go to collegeshe just is.These two meet when both of them are on the ledge to the bell tower at school Contemplating the reasons that it hurts to bad to go on Finch steps up and talks to Violet The word around high school becomes that she saved him.Later a class project comes up that means they have to partner up with someone and wander their state Finch nominates Violet to be his partner and our story begins.This book does move slowly at times I thought at first it would be a 3 4 star book Then it snuck up on me and I think it became part of my memories.This book deals with depression and mental illness It s not one that you can just walk away from The thing I know about bipolar disorder is that it s a label One you give crazy people Labels like bipolar say This is why you are the way you are This is who you are They explain people away as illnessesI get into these moods sometimes, and I can t shake them Kind of black sinking moods I imagine it s like what being in the eye of a tornado would be like, all calm and blinding at the same time I hate them.Finch s dad obviously suffers from those same type of moods He turns abusive with them He has found a new family though and moved on with his life Which just hurts Finch.My mom has un diagnosed bipolar disorder She can be the sweetest woman you ever met and then it happens She can be very abusive Is it her fault No, but it does make life harder to live with her I left home at the age of 15 because I was scared of her My sister and I both have tried to get her help She goes into the doctors offices and becomes the sweet woman..and they never listen to either of us about her moods My dad passed away last month and I thought we were stable with herthen she told the funeral director that she only had one daughter and shut me out of the room Does it hurt Absolutely Do I hold it against her I can t I have to let it go She has a sickness..one I hope that she will find help with eventually No, I m not a doctor nor do I play one on tv We just want her tested What a terrible feeling to love someone and not be able to help them Actually, I know exactly how that feels.I m so glad this book was written Suicide and mental illness needs discussed It doesn t need to be that dirty little secret that is pushed into the black hole of a closet.I feel like I could quote you this whole sweet, funny, heartbreaking, wonderful book I won t though Just go and read it According to Mental Health America, an estimated 2.5 million Americans are known to have bipolar disorder, but the actual number is a good two to three times higher than that As many as 80 percent of people with this illness go undiagnosed or misdiagnosed If you think something is wrong, speak up You are not alone I received an arc copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you so much. I DON T EVEN KNOW HOW TO FUNCTION RIGHT NOW I HAVE JUST READ THE MOST BRILLIANT AND HEART RIPPING STORY OF THE UNIVERSE How do I do words How do I explain how much I m feeling right now I think I could cry and sing all at once, but mostly cry Just know this very very truthful fact This is the most incredible book I have read It s probably my favourite contemporary in the world I can t.I justI need a moment I love this book You know how it s compared to Eleanor Park and The Fault in Our Stars Usually I hate going into a book with expectations like that, but for ONCE it was exceptionally incredibly totally spot on Well, cut out EP It s nothing like that It s everything like John Green s writing Intelligent and emotional and energetic I actually say and trust me, I wouldnot be saying this lightly this is on par with my favourite John Green books YEAH I SAID IT, OKAY DEAL It s about mental illness and being a freak and being alone and having a best friend Wow Heavy topics It gets a million stars for each It s about a mental illness that I ll put in spoiler tags just here view spoiler bipolar hide spoiler Hmm, so there s a girl whose name is a colour Violet and a boy whose name makes him sound like he burst from the pages of a Dickens novel Theodore Finch and they re both super quirky, intelligent and know the names of a bunch of dead poets Then there s that whole death thing hanging over this novel why does it feel like I ve read this before ErrOh, right.Okay so don t you just hate it when reviewers try to tell you what you should or shouldn t read And they make universal statements like who could possibly love a book like this Yeah, me too Which is why I m not going to tell you to do anything but I am going to strongly recommend that you consider reading Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock instead of this book Because the theme is the same, only I believe it to be so so much better.Perhaps it s just me, but I am getting so tired of these Lifetime special kind of books that seem to hit me over the head with emotional manipulation John Green, of course, created his own set of quirky characters to make a humorous book about cancer, and now we ve reached the same for suicide If you did happen to love The Fault in Our Stars and other books like it, don t let me keep you from snapping this book up it probably will become a new favourite But it just did not work for me These characters all feel so fake like plot tools the author uses to extract our emotions From the very first page, I felt like the book took centre stage and introduced itself as I am a book about suicide Cry, bitches I knew how this was going to end I just knew it Not even any surprises Apparently, it s some flaw in my character for not loving All the Bright Places because these books constantly claim commercial and critical success I should be drowning in my own tears and mucus right now Oh well, sucks.And honestly Augustus Waters and Theodore Finch Please What century am I in Blog Facebook Twitter Instagram Tumblr the characters weren t people, just mental illnesses put into bodies quirky but in reality mentally ill not cool nobody treated the characters problems like they were real problems and that pissed me offfffhowever, if you enjoyed the book could relate to the characters, that s totally fine this one just wasn t for me unfortunately.