Thursday, January 25, 2018

Book Review: All the Bright Places, by Jennifer Niven

All the Bright Places
By: Jennifer Niven
ISBN-10: 0385755880
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Violet and Finch are a girl and boy who are suicidal and depressed. But maybe, together, one of them can find hope again.

This is a young adult book that contains:

• Profanity (F-word, sh*t, *sshole, p*ss, dumb*ss, son of a b*tch, godd*mn, h*ll, f*ggot, pr*ck, d*mn, slut, and wh*re)
• References to sex
• A couple of un-descriptive sex scenes between teenagers
• Kissing and making out (kissing with tongue and hand under shirt)
• Violence (bullying, child abuse, fighting, references to blood, one character commits suicide)
• Teens smoke, references to drinking at parties, a car smells like cigarettes and drugs, and one character takes sleeping pills

All the Bright Places deals with tough subjects and is best read by older teens, as there is quite a bit of smoking, cursing, sex, and bullying scattered throughout the plot, all involving teenagers.

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