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Review æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Danielle Koste Violet Holt has already met Death once After a failed suicide attempt she finds herself dumped by her callous mother on the doorstep of her family’s desolate oceanside estate With only the company of her estranged grandmother comatose grandfather and the monsters in her head at least there was no one to interfere with her plans to try again on her eighteenth birthdayNo one except maybe Jack a skeleton of a boy who says. What The Flower Says of Death delves into themes of love and loss in an absolutely magical way The author was able to pack a punch and create a heartbreakingly real read while also being caring and considerate about the subjects she was broaching The pacing was slow but I was never bored and I think it was because the book followed such a deeply emotional rooted plot It is a very character focussed story so if that's something you don't enjoy you might not love this but I honestly can't imagine anyone not taking something away from this book The characters felt overwhelmingly realistic and that made the book even thought provoking Violet was so relatable'Every single star is significant because it's each one that helps make the sky so overwhelmingly grand'I adored Danielle Koste's writing Within the first couple of pages I had fell in love It was eerily lyrical and so real There are so many amazing sentences that I can't get out of my head The words were chosen and put together so perfectly The only thing that irritated me a little was the skipping over of some of the time The instances where the protagonist talks about what happened instead of actually seeing those moments unfold did make the relationship development feel slightly rushed I would have specifically liked to see build up concerning the romance It was right on the tip of being incredible there was just something holding me back from getting fully invested in it I think the main reason was the fact that it felt too short and I just wanted from these characters'I was playing a dangerous game with my dark thoughts my dangerous lover'One of my favourite things was the way the book focussed so much on the familial relationships The way it subtly followed three generations of women in Violet's family and how it portrayed the message of how you can't always judge a person by what actions they take Sometimes it's hard to look past our own struggles and see the reasons for why someone feels or acts the way they doIn addition the mental health representation is one of the most realistic I've read about before in any book I absolutely love how well done it was As someone who often deals with anxiety I understand how little worries can build up and become an overwhelming barrier that seems impossible to pass I connected so much to story and it made me feel so many things But the most important thing of all was that it didn't make me feel bad at all Following Violet through her struggles was almost empowering It was such a powerfully emotional read and I was so drained by the time I got to the end of this book The plot and characters and atmosphere that Koste created was perfect I was completely consumed by the story I honestly can't believe how immersed I felt while reading itI've already pre ordered a physical copy and can't wait to get a hold of it I'll definitely be re reading this book in the future This is a story I would highly recommendTrigger warnings This book freuently references suicide and deathI was sent an e arc in exchange for an honest review Check out my blog for reviews and bookish content

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Read í What The Flower Says of Death Ê PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free » Violet Holt has already met Death once After a failed suicide attempt she finds herself dumped by her callous mother on the doorstep of her family’s desolate oceanside estate With only the company of her estra Imply whisked away in a whirlwind of guessing games and pleasant gestures She struggles to reconnect with her grandmother find forgiveness for her mother and closure with her grandfather’s dire condition all while battling the strain of it all on her family Even with a flicker of something hopeful blossoming within herself Violet knows her birthday plans must be inevitable Death wouldn’t be there for her if it wasn’. Mental health family drama and suicide were the strong themes in this book Violet survived after a failed suicide attempt but still wants to try again and do it right this time She created a bucket list and once everything's ticked off she'll make another attempt to end her lifeWhile she's recovering at her grandmother's house she met a mysterious boy named Jack They slowly became friends and later became lovers But she knew that there was something different about Jack and she does her best to find out what he's trying to hideThis book was beautifully written I loved how Danielle Koste gave an almost poetic style in this book She took such heavy themes and made it easy to connect with the characters The ending was bittersweet and I just wish that there's a seuel for this book A painfully beautiful readThanks to the author for providing me an e arc of this in exchange for an honest review You wouldn't notice if a handful disappeared or if hundreds or thousands disappeared but suddenly the constellations are no longer complete and there are blank spaces and the masterpiece slowly becomes as dull as a light polluted city sky Every single star is significant because it's each one that helps make the sky so overwhelmingly grandIf I can't change your mind I'd at least like to know your last days however many you have left are all as beautiful as they deserve to beI was prepared for pain; I was always prepared for pain It was happiness I never expected and it was happiness that hurt the most sometimes Soundtrack Please Stay by Francois Klark

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What The Flower Says of DeathHe’s there to rake her grandmother’s leaves yet seems experienced at stalking than grounds keeping She knows he’s keeping a secret behind his gentle smiles and aloofness but it’s difficult for Violet to be put off by his untimely thin air appearances when figuring out the mystery of his true identity makes for such a good distraction Violet’s trauma is deeper than the wound on her wrist though and it cannot be s. I will be writing a review for this shortly but still need time to gather my thoughts Should be up tomorrow