Suicide Notes

I picked this book up at Books A Million on a whim. Since we are all stuck at home I decided to go grab a couple of books and this was one of them I found. This book was very strange in the beginning but oddly I kept reading. It keeps you wanting to know more in a strange way. Halfway through the book is when the emotions really hit though. You are pretty much in the dark until the character decides to stop lying to himself and the reader.

I wasn’t prepared for the LGBTQ representation. You get hints of it about halfway through but its not majorly talked about from what I have seen in reviews. I have to say I enjoyed the representation and how the author brought it in. I love the subtle books that nonchalantly bring it in and bam there it is. I highly recommend this book. I can’t say much more without giving the book away since I loved it so much I couldn’t put it down. Go down to the bookstore or get it offline and read it. Then I encourage you to come back and tell me what you thought!

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