Ellie can be described as dark, troubled and broken, and after she dies of an overdose, mysterious. Now all that's felt of her is 34 pieces of paper that hold her secrets. Not a fan of this book. It didn’t feel like there was a plot and the whole concept that this book was supposed to be based on didn’t even really happen. Besides starting each chapter with one of the pieces of paper, the box is only brought up at the end and it's never explained. There was also other parts of the book that never got explained, and also the book jumped between three characters and jumped between too many time periods to really understand the book. Rating 1 out of 5 stars.
- @Fallenangelhushhush of the Teen Review Board of the Hamilton Public Library
The book is extremely well written I love that they have the 3 perspectives. Her brother, her best friend and her girlfriend. It tangles the past and the present together. The time when they were with and with out her. There may have been a few more mature parts, but nothing too bad in this book. It wasn't too much like the title though. It showed the papers but, never really talked about how they found it or how they felt about it till the very end. It made want to cry or laugh, and never let it go. 4 STARS!!!! Good work Carmen Rodrigues!
This book is really good I couldn't put it down its a bit pg-13 but its worth the read 😁
This book is so good! I couldn't put it down. It was very sad but very good nonetheless.
This was a very good book! I would recommend it to anyone with a mature mind set. What I mean by this is that some scenes may be consider a little over PG-13, but nonetheless, they made the book acceptionally intriguing. As an aspiring writer, this is one of those underground books that I would definitely be inspired by for my own works. I thought that the three different POV's in the story added an amazing touch to it and you could see how they all felt about what was going on. This was definitely a good read!
Abby_Beauchampion thinks this title is suitable for All Ages
I feel like there are so many things I can't tell you
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