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All the Bright Places
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- All About You > Changes and New Experiences
- All About You > Coping with Death, Grief, and Loss
- All About You > Diversity
- All About You > Families
- All About You > Friends and Friendship
- All About You > Hospitals, Dentists, Doctors and Illness
- All About You > Love and Relationships
- All About You > Mental Health
- All About You > School Life
- Fiction > Contemporary Fiction
A girl learns to live from a boy who intends to die. A miracle of a weepie to puff up your peepers. Essential for fans of TFiOS, this book will utterly break your heart – and you’ll be glad that it did. Violet is crippled by survivor guilt. Finch is fascinated by death. When they meet, contemplating suicide, at the top of the school bell tower, it’s not quite clear who saves who. But when the pair start work on a joint school project, these troubled teens realise they only feel alive when they’re together. A book like finding the rainbow behind the storm, or looking through a dark window onto a magical landscape. Beautiful, tragic and uplifting, it’ll make you weep like a leaky tap. Don’t blush – let it.
- Jennifer Niven’s gut-wrenching New York Times bestseller
- A real teen favourite – the launch title for Zoella’s Book Club
- Perfect for fans of John Green, Jay Asher and Rainbow Rowell
- A GoodReads Choice and Publishers Weekly Best Book of 2015
“If you’re looking for the next The Fault in Our Stars, this is it.” Guardian
This book contains language and subject matter that may be considered objectionable. We believe this book covers themes important for teens to engage with but is not suitable for younger readers.
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