Friday, September 1, 2017

Book Review: See You In the Cosmos

Reading See You in the Cosmos by Jack Cheng was a trip down memory lane. It made me remember with fondness the books I read as a teenager. It has the innocence and tenderness of ...And Now, Miguel; the bravery of Dicey's Song; the honesty of A Gathering Blue; the spunk of Sheila the Great; and the persevering spirit of Leigh Botts in Dear Mr. Henshaw as characterized by Alex Petroski. 

What a fun and endearing character this boy is! A voice that is alive, interesting and constantly in wonderment. You don't forget books with strong narrative voices.

See You in the Cosmos belongs to that group of books. 

Books I hold dear to this day. Books that made me laugh and cry and believe in love. Books that gave me hope. See You in the Cosmos is all of these things and more. It showed me that the truth is a beautiful and complicated thing and that no matter how hard we try escaping it, it comes up right around the corner whether we like it or not. 

Why read this debut novel by Jack Cheng? 

Because it matters to understand that people of different ages search for the truth and how they seek it makes all the difference.

Here is the link to where you can buy the book:

Rating: 4 Bookmarks

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