Sunday, January 8, 2017

Review: More Happy Than Not

More Happy Than Not More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

More Happy Than Not
By: Adam Silvera

I did not know what I was going to get myself into when I read this book, Aaron was an amazing young man like many that are not sure what certain things in life mean. He goes through so many emotions that maybe some people can relate to but some might not be able to and I hope no one does. Aaron went through so much, his journey taught me how many emotions, secrets and sadness one person alone can handle or carry.
Thomas, what can I say I loved Thomas, in life now a days it is so hard to find someone you can actually call your best friend, and Thomas is a great example of what a best friend is.
I really think that if you have not picked up this book you should, it will take you on a very emotional ride, but you will have at least some understanding of what many people actually go through.
Adam I am More Happy that I saw this book and decided to read it. Through you I have learned how emotional it is to understand who you really are when other's might not see how hard it is to accept who you are or what you stand for, to realize that even though society might not agree with you, we have to stand up to what we feel is right. You made me cry, you made me laugh and most importantly you made me understand how hard it is to be okay with what life throws at us and it is really up to us to try and have our happiness and I thank you for that.
I can not wait for your upcoming book "History Is All You Left Me."
I rate this book 5 Stars.

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