I did enjoy this one. It was raw and real and gave me the sense of roller coaster craziness that life is always dishing out. What I didn't like was the choppiness of the story- tho I don't really know how else this could be written. Each sibling had their own dedicated section of the book and they didn't cross pathways or stories or lives much at all- which was distracting for me-- but all in all, this was thought provoking and sincere- a little bit nutty, but easy to believe.
If you knew the day you were going to die, how differently would you live your life? Does your belief or lack of belief in that piece of information determine your choices? These are the questions #TheImmortalists by Chloe Benjamin grapples with. A memorable book that leaves me with the firm belief that I do not ever wish to pursue the knowledge given to these children. True or not, believed or not, it changes lives. Words matter, and thoughts matter.
Read my complete review at http://www.memoriesfrombooks.com/2018/03/the-immortalists.html
Reviewed for #NetGalley