Year Published: 2011
I have to thank Patrick Ness for the excellent writing, the late Siobhan Dowd for the amazing story and ideas, and remarkable illustration by Jim Kay.
There is nothing wrong with this book. It's flawless and heart-breaking.
This is the harsh fact of tales. This is reality. This is life. There are just so much to think about after reading this book and so much emotion to sort out.
This book is not just an ordinary story book, there's a deep-meaning of truth in it. It keeps me awake (the fact that I am typing this review at 2 AM). I can't stop thinking and mourning at the end of the book. I literally cried because I can relate so much to the main character from the book. I know what he felt, because I've been in his position too. It teared me apart.
I recommend this book to all of you who read this post. I can't say anything more about this book. It's difficult to say. There are just too much feelings going on now. Somehow this book has a personal-meaning to me. and it hurts so much.
I am sorry, if I am getting too emotional, but it's hard not to.