All the bright places – Jennifer Niven

Lucy's life in literature

NO SPOILERS!

I have just read All the bright places by Jennifer Niven, and the first word that comes to mind is brilliant. All the bright places is the perfect fictional book to read when you are lying in bed or sitting by the pool and you want to be engrossed by a good book. It is emotional and you certainly get all the feels. I wouldn’t go as far as to say its a tear jerker (arguable) but it definitely makes you think. 

The book is romantic and lovely, the main characters Finch and Violet are relatable teenage characters that you get to know and love. The book deals with depression and suicide in a way that teenagers would be able to understand. Both of the main characters are struggling with problems that have brought the thought of suicide to both of them. The book is a journey of…

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