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They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera

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New York Times bestselling author Adam Silvera reminds us that there's no life without death and no love without loss in this devastating yet uplifting story about two people whose lives change over the course of one unforgettable day. 4 starred reviews!



  • It's gonna take me a good few days to fully digest this incredibly emotional novel. I mean, it's seriously gonna stay with me forever and my heart is just shattered. Once I gather my thoughts, I'll probably have more to share, but seriously, I'm head over heels for this book and I think everyone needs to give it a read.
  • If you're above 35, you're definitely not gonna be a fan of this book. On the other hand, if you're younger than that, you might find it interesting at first, but your enthusiasm will dwindle along with your interest in the main characters. The premise and the beginning of the book are actually pretty good, but as time goes on, you might start wishing for death to swoop in and end it all. When the book reaches its climax, it falls disappointingly flat. I mean, come on, natural gas has a pretty strong odor, so unless Matthew and Dufus (yes, intentionally misspelled) had an unusually bad cold that we weren't aware of, they should've definitely smelled it. Here's the thing, Matt and Dufus aren't the type to fall in love in a single day. And honestly, in real life, they probably wouldn't have even spent more than ten minutes together. Dufus, who I get it, is trying to speak like a millennial, just ends up being annoying as hell with his vocabulary. It gets really tiring to hear him constantly say how "mad" something is. There are some other interesting characters, like the cop we meet for a mere five minutes and then promptly forget about for some reason. This book gave me the feeling that a group of high school students all wrote a story and this one somehow ended up being chosen as the best. Lastly, the male narrators did a pretty decent job with this book, but the female narrator was just plain awful. She reminded me of a disgruntled teacher forced to read to the class on a Sunday. Can I please have my nine hours back?