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READ & DOWNLOAD ↠ A Monster Calls ç An extraordinary novel of love loss and hope1207 There's a monster at Conor's windowIt's not the one from his nightmare But it wants the most dangerous thing of all from ConorIt wants the truth Now a powerful and haunting film Patrick Ness's modern classic is a heartbreaking but uplifting tale of healing and aTs the most dangerous thing of all from ConorIt wants the truth Now a powerful and haunting film Patrick Ness's modern classic is. I just read this book from cover to coverI have no idea how to rate itIt is the worst book I've readI would never be able to recommend itbecause I hated itIt's ripped my heart in twoIt'll make you think of losing the one person who means the most to you Or it'll make you think of those you've already lostIt's not a happy book but it's an important one

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A heartbreaking but uplifting tale of healing and above all the courage it takes to surviveINCLUDES EXCLUSIVE ESSAY BY PATRICK NES. i think this is honestly the best book about grief and coping that i have ever read it was a wonderfully imaginative and truly insightful story i love how it expressed such a tender subject in a really wild but gentle way i wish i had half the creativity and story telling ability that patrick ness has i cant believe such a powerful message was held within such a tiny book it just goes to show that you dont need a lot of words to impact someone if they are the right words ↠ 5 stars

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A Monster CallsAn extraordinary novel of love loss and hope1207 There's a monster at Conor's windowIt's not the one from his nightmare But it wan. You can also find this review on my blog Cait's Corner First things first This almost never happens but I have to admit that I cried at the end of this book; I clutched my cute little kitty kat and bawledHowever I didn't cry because of what the book in general necessarily but because of what it did to me It drags out your saddest memories and pains kicking and screaming makes you look them right in the face and watch them all happen all over again no matter how much you don't want to It effects you on the deepest levels and makes A Monster Calls really turn into what I think truly deserves the name of a novel This book resonated with me so deeply on so many different levels; it's just astoundingMy dad died suddenly in a span of only thirty short minutes of heart failure three years ago when I was just fifteen Beneath all of the sadness from his passing I've also been horribly mad I never got the opportunity to even see him alive even once on that Tuesday to let my monster come walking and hold me up with its monstrous hands as I said the words I didn't think I'd ever have the bravery to utter All of the little things that you thought would be indelible really can go away just in the last couple of months I can't remember what my dad's voice sounds like any and every time I look in the mirror I see my dad; it's a blessing and a curse to look just like him So for these three long years I've lied to myself; saying things like it was his time and there was nothing I could do to stop it all of those things that people want you to say and expect to hear after the death of a loved one But after this book I like Conor realize that I didn't want him to go dammit He was my dad; the guy that got up every morning early just to tell me that he loved me He was my confidante my every Tuesday night ice cream sandwich date my Trekkie my best friend And I learned from A Monster Calls that it's okay to be selfish like that because you need to be able to say that you want to hold onto the people you love most before you can truly let go I'm not saying that the change for me will be immediate but this amazing novel by Patrick Ness showed me that it really is okay That right there is one of the best things that a novel can do to truly be able to affect a person to a core And that's what A Monster Calls did to me in ways than oneI could also relate to Conor's feelings of being alone ignored and being treated specially just because of circumstance Not only were the stares practically unbearable but it reminded me every day of what I'd lost You begin to shrink inside yourself in order to avoid it all and at the time you want to become unseen to your fellow classmates; because being invisible is better than the stares the pity the concern Whether your loved one has passed or it's imminent you still don't want to believe that it's actually going to happen or has happened No matter how much you've said the total opposite to yourself and everyone else; there's still a small part of you that thinks they're just been on vacation and are going to walk through that door wrap you in a hug and tell you how much they missed you while they were gone Those stares just diminish that little shred of hope that you've got so Conor and people like myself re