They Both Die at the End || Review
Hello, fellow book-lovers.
Today, we are reviewing one of my most anticipated books for 2017. I read Adam Silvera’s book “History s all you left me” earlier last year, of which I adored and I was excited when I learned that another book by the same author was coming out in September. You can check out my review here. I got this book towards the end of the year and I never got a chance to read it, until now.
Before I ramble any further, lets get to the review.
Title: They Both Die at the End || Author: Adam Silvera || Published: 5 September 2017 || ISBN: 9781471166204 || Genre: Fiction, Adventure fiction || Amazon Link: They Both Die at the End
From midnight and 3 am, Death-Cast calls people to give them some bad news: They’re going to die today. So when the book starts its September 5 2017, Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio receive a call from DEATH-Cast just a little after midnight. Mateo and Rufus are total strangers, with different lives altogether. We get to follow them through the day as they try to live fully in their last day.
But, for different reasons, Mateo and Rufus are both looking for a friend to spend their End Day with. With the help of an app called “Last Friend”, Rufus and Mateo are about to meet up for one last great adventure—to live a lifetime in a single day.
If you found out you were about to die, what would you do?
I think I am in love with Adam Silvera’s writing, it so amazing. The flow from different characters is perfectly executed. We get to read from each character’s perspective.
The basis of the story was enjoyable and its something different, you get to understand what the characters are feeling and think what you’d do if it was you. I loved the plot twist.
The characters are easier to relate to and the friendship portrayed in this book was just perfect. They supported and stood by each other throughout all the things they had to go through and be brave for each other.
The book takes place in a span of 24 hours, and it is amazing to see how the author perfectly captured every moment and detail in this book. I was engaged throughout the book because I just wanted to know more.
This was an emotional read, however I really enjoyed it.
I’d highly recommend it, if you are looking for a quick yet emotionally draining book.
“You may be born into a family, but you walk into friendships. Some you’ll discover you should put behind you. Others are worth every risk.”
“Sometimes the truth is a secret you’re keeping from yourself because living a lie is easier.”
“life is about balances. A pie chart with equal slices in all areas of life for maximum happiness.”
Those were my thoughts, if you’ve read this book, I’d like to know your thoughts.
Until next time, lets keep reading.