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Is there anything you would change about this book?
hmmmm , maybe the end of the book , and how did the story develop between Patrick and Brie
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
more of Patrick and Less of Jacob LOL
What does Suzy Jackson bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?
I was reading and listening at the same time , maybe she was faster than me reading that's why I finished the book in one sitting
Could you see The Catastrophic History of You and Me being made into a movie or a TV series? Who should the stars be?
I don't like these kind of stories which talks about "live" after "death " it doesn't make sense to me that's why I don't recommend it as a movie
Any additional comments?
I wanted to give this book a solid five stars but at the end I felt that there was something missing , but it was a nice book
This book is about Brie, who dies, literally, from a broken heart. Brie isn’t quite ready to move on, and meets Patrick in the space between moving on, and the real world.
I liked the very beginning of this, thought it was amusing, Brie is talking about love, and claims love is like being eaten alive by a grizzly bear. I’ll admit, that was the reason I got this book, THAT LINE.
Then I got a little ways into it, and was enjoying that chapters were named from song lyrics. But at the same time was thinking ‘What the hell did I get myself into, this is freaking depressing.’
Brie was 15, almost 16, so there were mentions of school, and dances and general teenage life stuff that totally had me going back to those horrifying moments of my teenage years best left forgotten.
Overall, predictable. As far as the basic plot line went. Why Jacob broke up with her, who Patrick really was. There were some amusing parts, cheese themed nicknames, I like! Parts that were really depressing, the people left behind dealing with the death, too close to home for me thank you very much. I can’t say I didn’t like it, but I’m not sure I really liked it either. I think I’m mildly indifferent to it.