Title: All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven
Rating: 3 Stars
All the Bright Places by Jennifer Niven is an insight into the mind of a teenager. More specifically, a teenager who spends his free time coming up with ways he could possibly die. For most of the beginning of the book, he ponders the ways famous suicides happened. He would go somewhere in his everyday life and think of a way he could kill himself at that particular place. He climbs up onto the bell tower at his school and walks out onto the ledge.
So all in all, All the Bright Places is a pretty great book. However, I just feel that the whole plot is redundant. These kind of things happen in every teenage book or movie. It's just not original. Go ahead and read it, though. I encourage you to. Just don't expect the unexpected because you will be wrong. This book is very predictable.
Thanks for the review Kathryn!
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