In They Both Die at the End, tragedy awaits two young friends who share a love of life and prepare for their inevitable deaths in very different ways.
For who is this book for ?
They Both Die at the End is a compelling and unique teen novel that explores the ups and downs of friendship, love, and life. It’s perfect for anyone who appreciates a good tearjerker.
- The unique perspective on mortality
- The introspection it inspires
- Its ability to make readers feel deeply
- It might be too sad for some people.
- It’s a short book, so it may not be worth the price.
- It has yet to be released, so there is no guarantee that it will actually be good
Learn more about the author
Adam Silvera’s debut novel, More Happy Than Not, was the recipient of a New York Times Editors’ Choice award and named an Amazon Best Book of the Year. Born in Manhattan and raised in the Bronx, he is a graduate of Wesleyan University.
“It’s a beautiful and heartbreaking meditation on what it means to love someone, to be loved by someone, and how all we can do is hope that in the end, whatever happens, we were good enough.”
“A beautifully written, heart-wrenching book about two friends who are destined to die on the same day.”
“This book is a roller coaster of emotions and will hit you right in the feels. With beautiful writing and an unforgettable story, They Both Die at the End is one of my favorite books of all time.”
“They Both Die at the End is an amazing book that discusses important topics such as life, love and death. Adam Silvera’s writing will pull you in and make you feel like these characters are your friends.”