Review of More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera

Title: More Happy Than Not

Author: Adam Silvera

Synopsis: Sixteen-year-old Aaron Soto is struggling to find happiness after a family tragedy leaves him reeling. He’s slowly remembering what happiness might feel like this summer with support of his girlfriend Genevieve, but it’s his new best friend, Thomas, who really gets Aaron to open up about his past and confront his future. As Thomas and Aaron gets closer, Aaron discovers things about himself that threaten to shatter his newfound contentment. A revolutionary memory-alteration procedure, courtesy of the Leteo Institute, might be the way to straighten himself out. But what if it means forgetting who he truly is?

Rate: 5/5 

My Thoughts: I’ve had this sitting on my shelf since Yallwest, I finally decided to pick it up and read it. I fell in love with it and with Adam’s writing, the day I finished the book I went and bought both of Adam’s other books. Honestly I don’t know how to describe how much I loved the book so I can’t really do a good “My thoughts” section of this review. I’m sorry 😦


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