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This is the second book to the ALICE series by Christina Henry. Click onto my profile to find the first book.
I'm currently distracted right now because you came into my mind. You've haunted my thoughts, and you've inserted yourself into my life, disembodied-like without any permission. You have been no good, and you've been doing hurtful things to me and to my mother. You don't realize how much you make me wince when I hear your name. You don't realize that when I see your face, I want to scream louder than a siren, because you're a living nightmare, not to mention a nightmare in my dreams as well.
Tuesdays with Morrie is a novel based on the experience author Mitch Albom had when reconnecting with his old coach, Morrie, who is about to pass. Full of life lessons and understanding of what the world has to offer, this novel is one to really make you consider answers for how to make it through. This book made my heart tear by thinking about death. That sounds odd, but it is true—it is bound to happen, so why not do it with love?
Before I get into the summary and review of the story, I do want to discuss the content that lies ahead can be triggering for some people. This story is centered on a sexual-assault survivor-based story, so approach ahead at your own discretion.**
If you are a fan of alternative music, you've probably heard of the band, Bastille. Their 2013 hit, "Pompeii" rocked radios for a bit, and the band has been releasing music ever since in the form of three studio albums, four mixtapes titled Other People's Heartache 1 to 4, and two non-album collaborations, one being the instant 2018 hit "Happier" with Marshmello.