They Both Die at the End by Adam Silvera full audiobook

They Both Die at the End

Adam Silvera

First published 5 september 2017

They Both Die at the End is a heartbreaking and beautiful novel that explores what it means to live, love, and die. The story follows Mateo and Rufus, two strangers who are notified by a mysterious service called Death-Cast that they have only 24 hours left to live. They decide to spend their last day together, using an app called Last Friend that connects people who are facing their end. Along the way, they discover new experiences, face their fears, and fall in love.

The novel is set in an alternate version of New York City, where Death-Cast has been operating since 2017. The existence of Death-Cast has changed the society and culture in many ways, such as creating new businesses, media, and rituals for people who are about to die. The novel also features multiple perspectives from other characters who are somehow connected to Mateo and Rufus, showing how their lives intersect and affect each other.

The novel is written in a simple and engaging style, with short chapters that alternate between Mateo and Rufus’s points of view. The author uses humor, emotion, and suspense to keep the reader invested in the characters and their journey. The novel also tackles some important themes, such as friendship, family, identity, courage, regret, and hope. The novel challenges the reader to reflect on their own mortality and how they would spend their last day if they knew when it was.

The novel is a powerful and moving read that will make you laugh, cry, and think. It is a celebration of life and a reminder to cherish every moment. It is also a testament to the power of love and how it can transcend death. The novel is suitable for young adult readers who enjoy realistic fiction with a touch of science fiction and romance. It is a novel that will stay with you long after you finish it.

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