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Five Feet Apart

Five Feet Apart

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Whether it's at a critical 'tragic' moment or just our lead boy watching YouTube videos of our lead girl. But the whole time I was crying for something else, I was still thinking 'he is hot' and then 'can he just stop being hot for like 1 second? Both of their situations and feelings towards each other rang true and I loved how I learned so much more about Cystic Fibrosis. At first I found Will to be a little rude, but after reading through the story he becomes a sweetheart.

Whenever I visited Scott in the hospital; be it early on (years prior) or in the last few months of his death there was always one thing that was a constant. Don't even get me started with these bidimensional characters (they're more bland than water, trust me).Please just do me a favor and read this amazing story, I can't promise your heart won't heart after, I'm sorry.

Will’s character was of a stereotypical ‘rebel’ who needs to break the rules but he’s actually a total softie on the inside is clichéd but well written nonetheless. They actually say to each other that they are in love so much so that Stella is willing to give up her lung transplant for a brooding hero she’s known for some weeks. Obviously I’d heard of it, but I didn’t realise that I only knew vaguely what it was prior to reading this book. Most everyone with CF goes through a period of not wanting to do their treatments but it’s not something I’ve seen talked about before outside of the CF community.

If I take a closer look at the love story between Stella and Will I’ve to say that it worked for me.

I’ve never met someone else with CF -- never had a cup of coffee, grabbed dinner, or hugged someone who knows how brutal that disease can be. As they are sixteen-eighteen years old, the writing is simple and to the point, very readable and entertaining.Surely Stella had to fall on a frozen lake so that Will had to perform CPR on her while she was hallucinating with her dead sister’s ghost (who told her to live her life to the fullest).

In this moving story that's perfect for fans of John Green's The Fault in Our Stars, two teens fall in love with just one minor complication - they can't get within a few feet of each other without risking their lives. RACHAEL LIPPINCOTT delivers an intriguing, emotional, well-plotted and well-written read here with relatable and likeable characters that I couldn’t help but to fall in love with. The author has managed to make us care very much about the fate of all these characters, making the inevitable sadness all the harder to bear.That is how I've always imagined Scott felt (I couldn't ask him as that movie scene came years after his passing). and although this story does touch on that message, that is surprisingly not why i enjoyed this book. Staying six feet apart from others is something that everyone can empathize with at this moment, due to COVID-19, making the story easy to relate to even for those without cystic fibrosis. I don’t know how accurate Five Feet Apart is, but I do know that sufferers of CF can never touch, must always keep apart, for fear of cross-contamination of viruses or bacteria.

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