They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera – Book Review

If you get a call from Death-Cast, you know it’s your last day. This happens to Mateo and Rufus, who connect through an app for those who are about to die. Two very different people from very different backgrounds, being together for their last day may just be perfect.

I loved this concept, and all of the philosophical questions it poses. Would you want to know if you were going to die? Would knowing change your behaviour? There are side stories in the book of other deaths, deaths that happened because the person changed their behaviour. Would they have died regardless of what they did? I am intrigued by this. This was also a really good YA book that I’d definitely recommend, and I feel would make a decent film.

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