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characters ✓ A Lite Too Bright ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Å Arthur Louis Pullman the Third is on the verge of a breakdown He’s been stripped of his college scholarship is losing his grip on reality and has been sent away to live with his aunt and uncleIt’s there that Arthur discovers a journal writtT and uncleIt’s there that Arthur discovers a journal written by his grandfather the first. v pretentious but kinda interesting but also kinda weird idk 3 stars

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Arthur Louis Pullman the Third is on the verge of a breakdown He’s been stripped of his c. The best word to describe this book is intense Although I read it uickly and it was extremely engaging this was not a light read There are many layers to the plot the movement is slower in the beginning but once it picks up the pace moves full speed ahead The characters are vibrant and realistic The historical pieces surrounding the Vietnam protests the mid west train routes and the tragedy at Kent State brought an overall sense of somberness I was genuinely surprised about the later twists in the story It feels a little unfinished to me and I would have enjoyed another 30 pages for closure As a YA novel my recommendation would be ages 14 for suicide warnings A solid debut novel

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A Lite Too BrightOllege scholarship is losing his grip on reality and has been sent away to live with his aun. 455 This book is a wildly ambitious beautifully literary and refreshingly original story for YA lit Arthur’s journey to better understand family faith and mortality is bittersweet in that way that makes you feel like you both lost and gained something truly special by the end Arthur’s narration feels so old soul and paired with the freuent disconnect between his thoughts and his ability to express himself elouently makes him a super sympathetic and relatable character to me and I think to many young people even when I didn’t necessarily agree with exactly what he was saying or thinking I loved the integration of things like journal entries Pullman’s poetry and train conductor announcements between longer narrative chapters It made the book very readable even if certain sections felt a tad long The plot is pretty unpredictable which for me is hard to come by in contemporary YA and I really enjoyed that despite some plot points stretching my ability to suspend my disbelief It’s not perfect but I do think that it achieved a near perfect emotional response in me I was moved definitely I feel like I learned something though I’m still working to pinpoint what that is I really did love it