Tuesday, March 3, 2020

All the Invisible Things: Review

All the Invisible Things by Orlagh Collins
Rating: 4/5 stars
I think this is a must-read book for teenagers because it talks about mental health and I think this could help young readers understand.

I loved the author's writing for this book and everything flowed. I love how it takes place in Britain because most books I read take place in a fictional world or the U.S. It was nice to think about the characters having a British accent. The author did a wonderful job with the writing style and plot structure. The pacing was just right which a lot of authors sometimes don't do well at. Even though everything was well it did feel like I read a book similar to it kind of.

I loved the characters in this book. They all had different problems that they were going through and needed each other to help solve them. Usually, there aren't a lot of books with a leading bisexual girl which I liked. The major character, Pez, had some mental health problems and had issues with getting help. Since Vetty moved (which you will see) and came back to London, she noticed that Pez was different because of this. Vetty was also dealing with a lot of stuff because her mom passed away and she has a lot of pressure making sure her little sister gets a good life. Which makes Pez and Vetty a perfect duo because they help each other a lot by caring for each other like they use to. The side characters were fun to read about and there were some amazing, cut scenes in this book which I enjoyed. I recommend this book but beware that there is mentions of porn addiction, mental health, and bi main character.

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