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I do not even know what to write about this book. This was a total cover buy from my local library. I thought it was your typical contemporary romance, but then I saw on Goodreads that this was Fantasy and Paranormal. I have been putting off reading it since I saw that. When I saw this was part of the Audible romance section, I decided it was time to give it a try. The sections are broken up into the Stages of Grief and I felt anger, acceptance, and sadness while reading this. I would not say this was fantasy, as this deals with a 15 year old who passes away and is in the afterlife. I had Ghost (the movies) vibes in this, but with so much more to it than that. Brie is reflecting back on her life (friends, family, losing her life at such a young age). There were times were it was very sad, and there are some twists and turns along the way. I did not see the twist coming at all! I was not a huge fan of the ending, but I expected it since this is Young Adult. I loved that each chapter was a song name, and songs were used throughout. There were also several Disney references which I also enjoyed. This was definitely an unexpected read for me, and I really enjoyed it.
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