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They Both Die at the End

They Both Die at the End By Adam Silvera They Both Die at the End Adam Silvera reminds us that there s no life without death and no love without loss in this devastating yet uplifting story about two people whose lives change over the course of one unforgettable day

  • Title: They Both Die at the End
  • Author: Adam Silvera
  • ISBN: 9780062457790
  • Page: 167
  • Format: Hardcover
  • They Both Die at the End By Adam Silvera Adam Silvera reminds us that there s no life without death and no love without loss in this devastating yet uplifting story about two people whose lives change over the course of one unforgettable day.On September 5, a little after midnight, Death Cast calls Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio to give them some bad news They re going to die today.Mateo and Rufus are total strAdam Silvera reminds us that there s no life without death and no love without loss in this devastating yet uplifting story about two people whose lives change over the course of one unforgettable day.On September 5, a little after midnight, Death Cast calls Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio to give them some bad news They re going to die today.Mateo and Rufus are total strangers, but, for different reasons, they re both looking to make a new friend on their End Day The good news There s an app for that It s called the Last Friend, and through it, Rufus and Mateo are about to meet up for one last great adventure to live a lifetime in a single day.
    They Both Die at the End By Adam Silvera

    They Both Die at the End They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera They Both Die At The End is a fascinating speculative YA about living vs dying It also features a gay Puerto Rican main character and a bisexual Cuban main character, and I am ALL ABOUT this ownvoices representation As always, Adam s writing style is wonderful. They Both Die at the End One good thing about They Both Die At The End is that it s not just the pair of boys finding each other, going for a walk and then oops, you re dead at the end There s to it than that Rufus and Mateo do go for a walk, but there s a party, quite a few life or death situations, and love. They Both Die at the End Summary and Study Guide They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera is a young adult, science fiction novel published in Set in a dystopian alternate version of New York City in September , the book follows two teenagers, Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio, who both have been notified by Death Cast that they will die They Both Die at the End Study Guide Literature Guide They Both Die at the End was released on September , which is also Mateo and Rufus s End Day the day they know they ll die in the book Prove Them Wrong. They Both Die at the End Audible Audio One good thing about They Both Die At The End is that it s not just the pair of boys finding each other, going for a walk and then oops, you re dead at the end There s to it than that Rufus and Mateo do go for a walk, but there s a party, quite a few life or death situations, and love.

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    1. Emily May on said:

      2 1 2 stars The concept behind this book is fantastic in an alternate world, a company called Death Cast calls people to tell them when their last day has arrived so they can say their goodbyes, live in the moment, and tie up any loose ends Of course, knowing you are going to die is also horrifying, especially if you feel you haven t lived your life to the full An app called Last Friend brings together those who are dying and enables them to find someone to enjoy their last day with.It sounded l [...]

    2. Emma Giordano on said:

      I LOVED THIS BOOK SO MUCH I have been hyping it up for myself since about 2015 and it absolutely did not disappoint They Both Die At The End is a fascinating speculative YA about living vs dying It also features a gay Puerto Rican main character and a bisexual Cuban main character, and I am ALL ABOUT this ownvoices representation.As always, Adam s writing style is wonderful His teens always speak like teens the excessive but totally realistic amount of times Rufus said mad really spoke to the Ne [...]

    3. softlykaz on said:

      This book smelled like tears and self sabotage.And it s safe to assume that indeed, it was.But then again, it s never been an option to walk out of an Adam Silvera s book and not feel a thing, since they re the kind of books that hold you tighly you can feel it seventy two hours later And they might also be the kind of books that will make you lie in bed, disintegrating into a pile of emotions and missing that one person you made eye contact with for two seconds on a public transportation five y [...]

    4. Catriona (LittleBookOwl) on said:

      FULL REVIEW COMING SOONWhat I will say for now is ADAM YOU ARE SO CRUEL, MY HEART CANNOT FORGIVE YOU The title prepares you for the end, but that doesn t lessen the pain one bit I sobbed the hardest I ever have while reading a book I received an ARC of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

    5. Hailey (HaileyinBookland) on said:

      Maybe of a 3.5 This was really good I found that it did drag a little bit at times, definitely of a slow going read but it was such an interesting concept and I think it was very well executed It s actually a concept I had thought of for one of my novels, great minds think alike

    6. sana°¤° on said:

      I wasn t a huge fan of Silvera s More Happy Than Not so I assumed I wasn t going to like this one either I wasn t even going to bother with this one But seeing all the heartbreaking reviews from my friends had me intrigued, as well as that title and synopsis.It s honestly the best decision I ve made in a long time Lmao I was promised tears, heartbreak and all the emotional feels and it s safe to say that, yes, I did get all those things And I can t be any happy It s no surprise I love sad, hear [...]

    7. Kai on said:

      You may be born into family, but you walk into friendships Some you ll discover you should put behind you Others are worth every risk Death calls just after midnight Mateo and Rufus will die today They don t know each other yet, but their paths will cross on this last day of their lives.Adam Silvera is one of my favourite YA authors for several reasons His characters are flawed and relatable His stories are original and like nothing I ve read before And even though they re depressing and heart b [...]

    8. Emily (Books with Emily Fox) on said:

      I should have known from the title that this book would be heartbreaking

    9. destiny ☠ howling libraries on said:

      Maybe it s better to have gotten it right and been happy for one day instead of living a lifetime of wrongs This was my first ever Adam Silvera book, and I d been warned by so many people to prepare myself for ALL OF THE FEELS, but nobody could have really made me understand just how fast and hard I would fall in love with Adam s writing voice This book made him an auto buy author literally by the 25% mark, and I don t think any author has ever made my auto buy list so fast in my lifeOT Imagine [...]

    10. Samantha on said:

      The best way I can describe this is The Sun is Also a Star meets Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe.

    11. Raeleen Lemay on said:

      you know an author is good when after reading oNLY ONE BOOK, I already know I will automatically buy anything, AND I MEAN ANYTHING that he writes So flippin excited for this.

    12. Cait (Paper Fury) on said:

      So 100% of the reason I wanted to read this was to knowDO THEY BOTH DIE AT THE END And obviously I shan t tell you because you need to be tortured like I was tortured And I confess to a few mixed feelings Because I really hyped this up in my head I WAS SO FRIKKIN EXCITED And while I loved it, it wasn t quite what I d hoped exactly But I still really liked it And I have at least 4 feelings which is double the amount of feelings I generally am allowed in a 6 year period So there you go.It was a lo [...]

    13. Elise (TheBookishActress) on said:

      Maybe it s better to have gotten it right and been happy for one day instead of living a lifetime of wrongs This is a masterpiece of speculative fiction Speculative fiction, to me, is meant for emotions, and meant for exploration and discovery This book is a story of a last chance and a last day for two very different people, but it s a story that s best observed personally this story asks you to reinvent yourself every single day.The strength of this book is that somehow, everything here feels [...]

    14. Larry H on said:

      I m probably at like 4.75 stars, but I ll round upWell, what else would you expect from a book called They Both Die at the End No one wants to die Even people who want to go to heaven don t want to die to get there And yet death is the destination we all share No one has ever escaped it And that is as it should be, because Death is very likely the single best invention of Life It is Life s change agent It clears out the old to make way for the new Steve JobsShortly after midnight on September 5, [...]

    15. Emma on said:

      FULL REVIEW POSTED I just got off a fucking 12 hour long flight to China and I spent approximately half of those hours reading this book, periodically crying, and sitting in my seat staring out at a view of endless clouds because I was not emotionally prepared to just go on with life after finishing this book Update it s now been than ten days since I finished this and I still have a lot of feelings Stories can make someone immortal as long as someone else is willing to listen.FYI this review w [...]

    16. Riley on said:

      Don t let the title fool you This isn t a book about death, but about life It s about becoming the person you want to be without fear holding you back It makes you face your own mortality head on and asks the question, if you knew today was your last day would you be happy with the life you lived This is truly a book you come out of a different person then you went in.

    17. emi on said:

      A good book overall, but there s too much death imho Could have done without it RTC.

    18. mith on said:

      Wow um spoiler alert title lmao you guys make me feel funny and popular with this pre review

    19. Warda on said:

      But what the fuck was that ending I am so confused Was it supposed to be abrupt Does it have a purpose Anyway, I enjoyed this book immensely I love what it stood for The overall message of living your life to the fullest I wasn t the biggest fan of More Happy Than Not, but I appreciated the message behind this story so much Both characters, Rufus and Mateo know they are dying They ve received a call from Death Cast letting them know they have less than 24 hours left to live Everything now is a r [...]

    20. aaron rourke on said:

      idk what that was, but it wasn t an adam silvera book rtc when i feel less annoyed pissed confused.

    21. ✨ k i t k a t on said:

      considering the title of this book is they both die at the end, you would think i d be prepared for what was going to happen at the end of this book, but i went upstairs to see my other half, crying and he was like katherine, look at the title of the book you know something sad was going to happen , but he still gave me a cuddle to make me feel better, damn you adam silvera for writing such a beautifully heartbreaking book of course, if you haven t read this book please, please pleaseeee go and [...]

    22. Grace (BURTSBOOKS) on said:

      This book affected me so much than I ever expected it to I like to think of myself as a heartless witch or something when it comes to books and movies because it really takes a lot for me to feel something for the media I m consuming In this book, however, I was crying by the time the first chapter was done My heart was ripped out by this book and I know I should have seen it coming but my goodness I didn t expect it and my heart hurts sooooo very much They Both Die at the End is about Mateo To [...]

    23. Caitlin on said:

      Update I haven t been able to stop thinking about the message behind the book since I first read it I m trying so hard in my life to take on the message to be daring and it s honestly way harder than I expected I can t express enough how great this book is and you all should definitely read it when it comes out Buddy read with the love of my damn life, Amber4.5 5 stars Well That was a ride This is honestly such an important book to read I am 200% Mateo at the beginning of this story and this boo [...]

    24. Carol (Bookaria) on said:

      Hmmm this is a good book but is not what I usually enjoy reading.It follows Mateo and Rufus on their last day alive In the future or alternate reality , there is an organization called Death Cast that will call and let you know when you have about a day to live, they call you on your last day.How do they know That is unclear but for the purposes of this book you don t need to know the details of how this information comes to Death Cast.Mateo and Rufus are both teenagers and receive a death cast [...]

    25. LolaReviewer on said:

      A new book by Adam Silvera Two published this year I consider that a gift to all lovers of LGBT themes and lyrical writing I only wish this gift had been romantic Silvera s romances are always rather tragic fairly depressing but somehow I don t mind it as long as the beginning is wonderful.But the beginning is not wonderful here Unfortunate Mateo and Rufus just learned they would die today To make the most of their time on this earth, they both go on a little adventure around New York together. [...]

    26. Amber Robertson on said:

      Buddy reading with my actual lover, the only person who listens to me rant about tall boys, and who I meet next week, CaitlinTRIGGER WARNINGS anxious thoughts, death, violence, suicideGoing into a book which is titled They Both Die At The End you don t really expect it to happen That doesn t even matter because almost the whole book I ve been crying The whole concept of this book is heartbreaking Imagine knowing you will die within the next 24 hours You may not even get the full 24 hours You jus [...]

    27. Isa Cantos (Crónicas de una Merodeadora) on said:

      ARC review Spanish review at the end It s mad twisted, but surviving showed me it s better to be alive wishing I was dead than dying wishing I could live forever.If you re up for a book that s going to tear your heart from your chest, shred it to pieces, mix it with broken glass and glue it together just so it can be burnt and broken again, then you should totally read They Both Die at the End I still can t believe how much this book got to me even though the very title tells you how it s going [...]

    28. Beth on said:

      In my moment of crying I forgot to mention this is 4.5 Stars I m crying next to the pool, this was SO good and so sad but I LOVED it Now I can see my phone better I can add to this super mini review, the meaning behind this book is so well thought out and even though the book is set out in the space of a day the characters are so well thought out and I liked we didn t just get to see two peoples POV.The only reason this didn t get a full 5 stars is because one thing with Peck happened all very q [...]

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