More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera



This is a gritty book.  The contrast between kids playing with bottle caps on the side walk one minute and violently beating a peer the next was both hard to read and hard to justify.  The teens act like little kids one minute and then they explode in violence.
I was intrigued by the idea of memory as a changeable thing.  What would you forget if you had the chance?  What would you risk?
And also, would you remember your true self?
Source:  Public Library Book
Audience:  High school

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