History Is All You Left Me | Sticky Note Reviews

Today, I don’t have a good preface for this Sticky Note Review except to say that Adam Silvera is rapidly becoming one of my favorite authors. I loved More Happy than Not, so when I saw on one of his social networking accounts that he had a new book coming out, I said, “definitely,” then went to my local library to make sure they’d have it. Which they did. Obviously.

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Grieving teen comforted by ex’s boyfriend.

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If the briefest summary in the wold strikes your fancy, here’s my review.

#bookaday History Is All You Left Me by Adam Silvera. #stickynotereviews I auto picked this up because I loved More Happy Than Not. I don't know what to say about History Is All You Left Me and I've been thinking about it all day. I have friends who like books about grief - this is for you. It's beautiful and heartbreaking. There was a balance between history and present that allowed us to know the Theo that Griffin knew. The plot was not as straight forward as I thought it would be - there were unexpected elements that - because I was so focused on the grief elements - that I didn't see coming. Griffin was truly a teenager - wanting to figure his way through his grief himself. I also wanted more from Wade (but this made sense given the narrator). #bookstagram #instabook #bookreview

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