As someone with health anxiety and a fear of dying, They Both Die At The End was an anxiety-inducing, emotional read.
I have no doubt that was the intended response.
I have to admit, I was a bit hesitant when I bought this – a suggestion from my discord server as a story to make you cry. Yes, I like to torture myself, clearly.
Separated into four parts, each accompanied by an inspiring quote, the story follows Mateo and Rufus as they’re contacted by “Death-Cast”, a government-run scheme that tells people that they’re going to die that day.
You can see why this was probably a bad idea for a hypochondriac to read.
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Zombies are my favourite horror creature.
I used to be terrified of everything ghost or spirit related, but as I’ve grown up, I’ve developed more of an appreciation for the undead and the apocalyptic world that comes with them.
Continue reading “The Young World by Chris Weitz”
Fantasy has always been my favourite genre to read. Especially YA fantasy.
From Becca Fitzpatrick’s Hush, Hush series to Lauren Kate’s Fallen series, my fantasy of choice would be worlds of angels and demons, of heavenly creatures fighting hellish monsters and the world that’s caught between.
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For those who know me, I’m a big fan of social media and the internet. I practically spend my life on it and it’s something I easily relate to.
Continue reading “The Treatment – C. L. Taylor”
That’s one reason why I felt connected to this novel.