The Shock of the Fall
Publish date: 2013 (data przybliżona)
Publisher: The Borough Press
Pages no: 314
Edition language: English
, Book Club
, Adult Fiction
, Mental Health
, Mental Illness
A few years ago, I went through a phase where I read tons and tons of books about characters with illnesses. I quickly burned myself out on them because they all started to feel similar. I was hesitant to read The Shock of the Fall because I’m still feeling the illness-book burnout. However, the aut...
I was going to do a post including all my top reads of 2014, but I felt that this book stood out so much that it warrented a post all of its own. Also, which is especially good for me, it means I can be lazy and not do a post with multiple books! As I'm sure you know by now, I don't award five-sta...
Admittedly, this isn't the kind of book I'd usually go for. I tend to lean towards fantasy or high-concept escapism, rather than books dealing with real-world problems. However, I'm glad I gave this one a try. The book is written from the perspective of a young man dealing with grief induced schiz...
I have so many thoughts and feeling about this book. This review won’t be logical, and I apologise if it descends into my nonsensical ramblings of how much I adore it. Because adore it I do. Adoration, admiration, excellence, importance, poignancy; these are all words that come to mind when thinking...
Well I let the everything this book gave me sink in, and I think it's about time to leave a review. What can I say? Well first off if you like character driven books this is a prime example. Every character that was introduced to us was much more than simply two dimensional. Matt especially was a ...