Title: They Both Die at the End
Author: Adam Silvera
Start date: October 14, 2017
Finish date: October 18, 2017
(Warning: This review may contain some spoilers)
I was expecting Adam Silvera’s latest novel to give me all the feels like History is All You Left Me did, but I found myself speed reading through portions of this dialogue heavy story to get to the end instead. It wasn’t that it was horribly written or didn’t cover a heavy topic well enough; it was more so I was bored and I wanted to know how they both die at the end.
Let’s just say it wasn’t all bad, but it also wasn’t all good.
I wanted to be gutted by the end of the story, and I wanted to care deeply enough for these characters that I dread their untimely demise; however, I was more so excited and waiting for their deaths to happen.