- Audio CD: 375 pages
- Publisher: Highbridge Co; Unabridged edition (3 September 2013)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1622312104
- ISBN-13: 978-1622312108
- Product Dimensions: 16.3 x 1.6 x 13.5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 159 g
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"Narrator Noah Galvin doesn't hold back on Richie's dark, sarcastic tone. . . . Galvin keeps Richie in the foreground, noting his wonder, and anger, with heartbreaking intensity."
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A moving title that is deepened significantly by the stellar reader. "Sound Commentary" [starred review]"
Narrator Noah Galvin doesn t hold back on Richie s dark, sarcastic tone. . . . Galvin keeps Richie in the foreground, noting his wonder, and anger, with heartbreaking intensity.
"AudioFile" [Earphones Award Winner]"
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Somebody Up There Hates You by Hollis Seamon (YA)
This is so much more than a cancer book. Richard (main character) is written in such a way that his voice is so true to life. Richard is in hospice and so is Sylvie....and both are teenagers. They try to retain some sort of normalcy with their budding romance but that creates more problems for both them and their families. The secondary characters (the harpy, Edward, Richard's mother, uncle and grandmother) are interesting and bring even more depth to the book. I could see this book being called a grittier The Fault in Our Stars...and I mean that as a compliment. Add to this that the author is 1. local and 2. was my Honors English 101 professor at college and that just completes the package. I highly recommend it.
In retrospect, I did love SUTHY. It was full of sarcasm and fun and heart-felt moments that build up to its (inevitable) conclusion. It's such a powerful love story that you can't compare to TFIOS because they're in two different leagues. I loved TFIOS==SUTHY is more of an indie-book--but I feel like I've you want a clean-cut novel with a bow, read TFIOS. If you want a gritty novel that'll make you laugh and possibly cry at the end, I HIGHLY recommend Somebody Up There Hates You.