Love Letters to the Dead
Publish date: April 1st 2014
Publisher: Farrar, Straus and Giroux
Pages no: 336
Edition language: English
What actually is required to sort out a problem is to share it with your closed ones!Your family or your friends or anyone whom you trust.Because sometimes the only solution of the problem is sharing.And that's what Ava Dellaira's novel :'Love Letters to Dead' teaches. The style with whi...
Dropped this novel. Will not do a objective review on my blog because of it. I didn't like this because the teenage main character was portrayed very well as a naive teenager. She was a pretty bland character, in my opinion. I couldn't get over how much telling was in this novel. It's basically a en...
I got frustrated with this book. I know that a lot of people love it, but I had a hard time getting through it. In English class, Laurel is assigned to write a letter to a dead celebrity. She uses the assignment as a way to cope with the death of her sister, her parents’ divorce, the drama of high...
Some events are just thrown in. Sky himself seems thrown in. I'm not convinced a freshman could do all that stuff, but maybe it's just me. I hated how stupid the girl acted most of the time. Like get over yourself. Anyway, besides all that, I ended up still liking her story.
I loved this book so much. This book only contains letters to famous dead persons. However, it wasn't boring at all, it was more like a story told using letters. It is a coming-of-age novel and I found it to be very well written. It didn't make me cry, but then again: I almost never cry so that's o...
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