I love this book. It's a work of art- so beautifully concise in its execution, yet so true-to-life, vulnerable, and expressive as well. Along with simply being a wonderful experience to read, the story broadened my concepts about what it is like to be a person. It expresses, for example, what it can be like to live with mental illness, how a life is affected when you are losing/have lost someone, and what is to be part of meaningful and realistic relationships (familial, platonic, professional, and romantic).
This book is filled with perspective, positive messages, realism, and hope. It is a story of seeing beauty in actual, real life, not a story of life created to be beautiful. And it is crafted impeccably down to the word.
I don't know if it's actually possible to articulate exactly what makes Turtles All The Way Down so excellent, or why it feels how it does to read. I hope I've done a decent job. When it comes down to i, it just is what it is, and that is a very good book. I fully recommend it to anyone of any age who feels it may interest them even in the smallest way.
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Positive role models