Ogii Review of:Suicide Notes by Michael Thomas Ford

Suicide NotesSuicide Notes by Michael Thomas Ford
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I really enjoyed this book. It was a fun and easy read. It had humor, emotion and a good plot. The way in which things panned out was great. I really liked the fact that the character was a teenager, because honestly this point of view on these types of situations aren't done enough, and also don't have enough light shone on them. The reactions of the characters to different things were very realistic. I liked that. The way in which Jerr responds to being in the hospital is great. The way in which he evolves and learns from his experiences is good too. Good read, especially because it has both a comical and serious side.

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