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This is where it ends Review



This is where it Ends

Young Adult , High School, Realistic Fiction, Romance
January 5th 2016 by Sourcebooks Fire

10:00 a.m.
The principal of Opportunity, Alabama's high school finishes her speech, welcoming the entire student body to a new semester and encouraging them to excel and achieve.

10:02 a.m.
The students get up to leave the auditorium for their next class.

10:03
The auditorium doors won't open.

10:05
Someone starts shooting.

Told over the span of 54 harrowing minutes from four different perspectives, terror reigns as one student's calculated revenge turns into the ultimate game of survival.
 


                                                                                           



Firstly, Thanks so Much To Netgalley and Sourcebooks fire for this amazing Opportunity Secondly, i was backed up with requests on here and did not get to this book for a while. Thought it was past Published and i had forgot what it was about so when i started reading and i saw that it was long chapters i almost closed the book but i stuck with it and then when i saw there was multiple point of views i was then doubtful i would like it. ( I can take maybe Dual Point of views and then maybe another paced through) it was at times too much for me switching back and forth but the words kept me here.

School Shootings always hit me where i live and i wasn't sure if i wanted to keep reading but i did, i did love that we saw everything through many eyes and you really felt the emotion coming through. I didn't connect with any of the characters or feel anything for them but i loved Tomas and Syl's Sibling relationship and i loved Syl's and Autumns relationship.

This book is about the choices you make and the actions you did, may seem small and insignificant to you but to someone else it's a chain reaction and that somehow we are all connected in a way. I Enjoyed it, would i read it again? No but i am recommending it Didn't love it (liked it), Didn't hate it but i would have liked at least one chapter inside the main "Villains" head. The format of the story really could be better an to be honest i couldn't even remember much from the book. It wasn't memorable and i feel anyone could have written about this.

Four Crowns, Two for evoking the feels with certain aspects and two for character Dynamics






























Comments

  1. Interesting... It's a shame there wasn't anything from the shooter's perspective, as that would have made things more complex and taken away the whole "pure evil" aspect.
    Great review!

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  2. I've really wanted to give this a try but I've seen so many people be disappointed by this but as you enjoyed it I think I'll go ahead and give it a go! :)

    Wonderful review, Meedah! <3

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  3. Yeah, it's a hit or a miss but the writing makes up for it.

    Thanks for leaving wonderful comments Ella ! <3

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