Music brought Autumn, Shay, and Logan together. Death wants to tear them apart.Autumn always knew exactly who she wasa talented artist and a loyal friend. Shay was defined by two things: her bond with her twin sister, Sasha, and her love of music. And Logan always turned to writing love songs when his love life was a little less than perfect.But when tragedy strikes each of them, somehow music is no longer enough. Now Logan cant stop watching vlogs of his dead ex-boyfriend. Shay is a music blogger struggling to keep it together. And Autumn sends messages that she knows can never be answered.Despite the odds, one band's music will reunite them and prove that after grief, beauty thrives in the people left behind....
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The Beauty That Remains Reviews
"Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I’m starting to think that maybe that’s okay."
This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was death in this book, but not to bring love interests together or to add dramatic tension (although it did both of those things at some point). It was painful and left you feeling the way the characters felt multiple times. ...more
WARNING: Grief, Depression, Suicide
Shay, Autumn and Logan have lost someone they love; Shay, her twin to Leukemia, Autumn, her bestfriend to an accident and Logan, his ex-boyfriend to an overdose.
In hindsight, I should've known better than to read this book. Given my ongoing battle with against depression, this isn't the right book for me but when I'm done reading I wasn't regretful at all. I'm fine so I think that's a good thing. Yes, I was left very emotional with the characters, not so much w ...more
“For the sensitive among us
sometime the noise
is just too much...”
So good. So so good!
Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one.
The type of story that takes a seat in your heart.
Three amazingly diverse and well developed characters with a distinct voice that you'll find a home in.
Gosh, it was good. It felt fulfilling to read, to follow these characters on their journey of grief and what it does to you soul and the ways manifests in.
This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story. Or stories.
First, this novel is filled with grief. I have to say that because as a reader, if you are in the midst of grief, it may not be the particular time to pick up this novel. It's an immensely hard and di ...more
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The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touched me the most.
I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018.
The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk‘s debut novel, believe it or not. It is sure to be one of the greatest books of 2018 and that’s saying a lot given that we’ve barely walked into February. This is all that a contemporary reader looks for – LGBT awareness, suicide, depression, ...more
This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost.
I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first half of the book and I kept forgetting which story is Autumn and which on is Shay's because they were slightly similar. I wasn't attached to any of the characters and I might sound like a cold hearted bitch but I foun ...more