Suicide Notes || Proud Ally’s Book Review.

Hello people!!! What are you all up to??? How is life?? How is reading going??? I am in 5+ readathons so my reading is like on fire and I am working on so many bookstagram pictures. Bookstagram pictures mean reviews for the blog so tatty…maybe?? Well, we will see where this blog goes. So let’s go and start this review, shall we???

•Book Description:

Author: Michael Thomas Ford.

Publisher: HarperTeen.

Genre: LGBTQ+, Gay Literature, Humor, Memoir.

Chapter:  45 Chapters.

Pages: 320 pages.

Series: No.

Time: 2 hours 15 minutes.

Publishing / Published: 12 March 2019.

•Official Summary:

Fifteen-year-old Jeff wakes up on New Year’s Day to find himself in the hospital—specifically, in the psychiatric ward.

Despite the bandages on his wrists, he’s positive this is all some huge mistake. Jeff is perfectly fine, perfectly normal; not like the other kids in the hospital with him.

But over the course of the next forty-five days, Jeff begins to understand why he ended up here—and realizes he has more in common with the other kids than he thought.

•Critics Ratings.

Amazon: 💙4.5/5 Stars💙.

Goodreads: 💙3.86/5 Stars💙.

Taken from their respective sources.

•Book Review.

🌈This book had me completely stunned and also laughing my head off. The book starts with Jeff waking up in a hospital with different doctors and nurses walking around his room. He later finds out that he tried to kill himself by cutting his wrist and his parents administered him in a 45-day mental health program to help him. The book is written from Jeff’s POV, it’s like he is writing in his diary for 45 days and it is so healing and beautiful.

🌈The book is just filled with so many funny moments and cuteness. The writing style is so hilarious. The way the author uses Jeff’s POV to describe the characters is so intriguing. While the book is hilarious, it also touches on several important elements, like Mental Health, Suicide, Friendship, Death, Sexual Assault, depression feelings and so much more.

🌈The formation of the book is so damn intriguing. The entire flow of the book is so smooth. This book made me cry, laugh, jump, sad, and angry, and also fall in love with all the characters. In the end, it left me with a beautiful message that healed me and made me feel so good. It was the perfect Pride Month Read for me.

🌈I will just say, read it! Just read it for a smile and a feeling of self-love.

So that’s it for today. Hope you have a nice day. I am reading a lot of Pride Books so will try to post all the books’ reviews. See you soon, people.

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1 thought on “Suicide Notes || Proud Ally’s Book Review.

  1. That is a very serious subject, Suzan. I am glad to hear it also has humour to amuse you.
    Best wishes, Pete. xx

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