Something About Books | Holding Up The Universe

by - 10/31/2016

No need to worry, I won't be doing a crazy long review on this, as I know I'm not good at them. But I finished this wonderful piece of work a few weeks ago and I needed to share it. Funny story about the purchase of it; I got it at Barnes and Noble, a little annoyed that they didn't have a paperback version available. (I prefer paperbacks, you see). Then the next day, I purchased it AGAIN from Target because they had signed editions of it. So I had to go back and return the other copy to Barnes and Noble.

I live a strange life. Anyway. This book is about Libby, named America's fattest teen after having to be cut out of her house after she suffered a panic/anxiety attack, and Jack, a boy who can't recognize faces. It's split up in their own POV's, which I love because you can always really sense who they are as a character when they're speaking for themselves.

If you liked Jennifer Niven's All the Bright Places, which I realize I never really updated on like I said I would after I finished reading it so long ago, then you'll like this one. It's the same kind of writing style and it flows very well. But unlike All the Bright Places, this one has *SPOILER ALERT* a happy ending. 

Happy reading!

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