Every Last Word

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August 31, 2022

#1 Suicide Notes

On January 1st, fifteen-year-old Jeff awakens to discover himself in a hospital. Correct, the mental health ward. among the lunatics. All of this is obviously a terrible error. Forget the notes on his chart and the bandages on his wrists. Forget about his issues with Allie and her boyfriend Burke, his best friend. Unlike the other children in the hospital with him, Jeff is in great health and is completely normal. Their issues have now arisen. But as his 45-day sentence stretches out, a weird thing happens: the crazy people start to seem a little crazy.

Suicide Notes is a darkly comic novel by acclaimed novelist Michael Thomas Ford that explores the hazy boundary between “normal” and the rest of us. It is compelling, clever, and refreshingly honest.

#2 Girl In Pieces

Charlotte Davis is a total wreck. She had already lost more money at the age of 17 than most individuals do in their lifetime. But she’s gotten good at forgetting. The anguish is washed away by the broken glass until only peace remains. You are not required to consider your father or the river. Your closest friend has passed away. Or your mother, who is powerless to help.

Charlie’s heart gets a little bit harder with each fresh scar, yet it still aches so much. It hurts so much that you stop caring, which is sometimes necessary before you can pull yourself back from the edge.

#3 They Both Die At The End

In this heartbreaking yet inspiring tale of two people whose lives transform over the duration of one unforgettable day, Adam Silvera serves as a reminder that there is no life without death and no love without grief. Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio receive a call from Death-Cast on September 5 just after midnight to inform them that they will pass away today.

Although Mateo and Rufus are complete strangers, they both want to make new friends on their End Day for various reasons. There is an app for that, which is fantastic news. Rufus and Mateo are going to get together for one final big adventure—to experience a lifetime in a single day—through something they call the Last Friend.

#4 This Is Where It Ends

New York Times bestseller number one, one of Buzzfeed’s Top Ten Books of the Decade, and a decade-best book according to Paste Magazine. The boy with the pistol is a threat to everyone for good cause. 10:00 a.m.: The principal of Opportunity High School in Alabama completes her remarks, wishing the entire student body a successful start to the new semester. The students depart the auditorium at 10:02 a.m. for their following class. The auditorium doors won’t open at 10:03. 10:05: A gunman opens fire. Four pupils will have to face their deepest fears and greatest dreams in 54 minutes when they come face to face with the gun-toting youngster.

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#5 My Heart And Other Black Holes

Aysel, a sixteen-year-old physics geek, is preoccupied with planning her own demise. Aysel is prepared to waste her potential energy because of her mother’s inability to look at her without cringing, her classmates’ whispering, and the fact that her father’s terrible crime shocked her little village.

The only issue is that she is unsure of her bravery to go it alone. Aysel is confident she has discovered the answer after seeing a website with a section called Suicide Partners: a young man with the nickname FrozenRobot (aka Roman) who is troubled by a family tragedy is looking for a companion.

#6 Heartstopper

A high-strung, openly gay over-thinker named Charlie and a jovial, kindhearted rugby player named Nick meet at a British grammar school for boys. Quickly, a friendship develops, but might there be more…?

During Year 10 at Truham Grammar School for Boys is Charlie Spring. Although the past year has not been pleasant, at least he is no longer the target of bullying. In Year 11, Nick Nelson plays rugby for the school. He has heard some stories about Charlie, the boy who was bullied for a while after being out last year, but he has never had a chance to speak to him.

#7 If We Were Villains

For a homicide he may or may not have committed, Oliver Marks recently completed ten years in prison. He is greeted by the person who jailed him on the day of his release. Detective Colborne is about to retire, but not until he finds out what actually transpired ten years ago.

Oliver and his buddies perform the same roles both on and offstage as one of seven young actors studying Shakespeare at an elite arts college: hero, villain, tyrant, temptress, ingenue, and extra. However, the plays dangerously overflow into real life when the casting changes and the supporting characters overtake the stars, and one of them is discovered dead. The rest’s biggest acting challenge to date is persuading the police and themselves that they are innocent.

#8 The Secret History

The Secret History is a Psychological Fiction novel by Donna Tartt. In this novel, a group of intelligent, eccentric misfits at a prestigious New England college discovers a method of thinking and living that is very different from the mundane existence of their colleagues as a result of their passionate classics professor. However, when they cross the line into immoral behavior, they progressively progress from obsession to deceit and betrayal until finally—and inexorably—turning evil.

#9 All The Young Dudes

A Harry Potter fanfiction that follows Remus Lupin as he chronicles the Marauders’ lives during their time at school.

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#10 The Perks Of Being A Wallflower Stephen Chbosky

A bold new voice in contemporary fiction makes a startling debut with this unsettling book about the conflict between apathy and passion: What It’s Like to Be a WALLFLOWER This is the account of growing up at a high school. Charlie’s letters are singular and exceptional, amusing and heartbreaking, and more private than a diary. We may not be aware of his residence. We could not know the recipient of his letter. We only have knowledge of his shared universe. He embarks on an unusual journey through an unknown country because he is torn between wanting to live his life and trying to escape it. the world of new acquaintances and family dramas, first dates, and mix tapes.

When all one needs is the ideal song on the ideal drive to feel limitless, the world of sexuality, narcotics, and The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Stephen Chbosky has written a really moving coming-of-age tale in Charlie, a potent book that will transport you back to those chaotic and poignant days of growing up.

#11 The Picture Of Dorian Gray

The surreal tale of a young fellow who trades his soul for everlasting youth and beauty is the subject of Oscar Wilde’s sole book. A youthful aesthete in late 19th-century England was the subject of a devastating depiction by Oscar Wilde in this well-known work. The book centers on a striking premise: As Dorian Gray descends into a life of crime and excessive sensuality, his body retains perfect youth and vigor while his recently painted portrait develops day by day into a grotesque record of evil, which he must keep hidden from the public. The book uses a combination of a Gothic horror novel and decadent French fiction. This captivating tale of terror and suspense has been incredibly popular for more than a century. It is one of Wilde’s most significant works and one of the pioneering examples of its kind.

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#12 Song Of Achilles

American author Madeline Miller published The Song of Achilles in 2011. It is an adaption of Homer’s Iliad recounted from Patroclus’ viewpoint, and it is set in the Greek Heroic Age.

The ruthless ocean goddess Thetis and the legendary king Peleus’ son Achilles, known as “the best of all the Greeks,” is a powerful, fast, and alluring figure who makes an impression on all who meets them. The awkward young prince Patroclus was banished from his country following a stunning act of violence. By coincidence, they meet and develop an unbreakable friendship while running the risk of incurring the wrath of the gods.