Read All the Ways the World Can End Online Free - Lenny (short for Eleanor) feels like the world is about to end. Her best friend is moving to New York City to attend Julliard and her dad has terminal cancer. To cope with her stress Lenny is making a list of all the ways the world can end—designer pathogens, blood moon prophecies, alien invasion—and stockpiling supplies in a bunker in the backyard. Then she starts to develop feelings for her dad's very nice young doctor—and she thinks he may have feelings for her too. Spoiler alert: he doesn't. But a more age-appropriate love interest might. In a time of complete uncertainty, one thing's for sure: Lenny's about to see how everything is ending and beginning. All at the same time.
|Title||:||All the Ways the World Can End|
|Number of Pages||:||256 pages|
July 10, 2017
Heartbreaking and quirky, ALL THE WAYS THE WORLD CAN END is a story of preparing for the worst while attempting to cope with the present....all wrapped up in a witty and realistic YA package.
Eleanor's struggles with her father's cancer are tear-inducing and detailed, and her doomsday prep and se...
July 30, 2017
This book swept me up in a rush of feelings that honestly I've been trying to deal with in my own family for the last 4 years. My husband's mother succumbed to brain cancer last year. It took me on the journey of Eleanor and her family's battle against her dad's cancer. How would you react? How w...
June 06, 2017
I really tried to complete this but the MC is extremely self absorbed and selfish which makes it hard to get into. But then again so are her mother and sister and this is despite the father dying of cancer. It may very well be that her callousness is purposeful but their is nothing edgy or da...
July 08, 2017
I always love reading novels that centre around family dynamics and it's actually one of the types of books that I look for the most. Gone are the days where I want to read about unrequited love all of the time; I want to read about families and the troubles or happiness that they go through. All...
June 24, 2017
"Nobody was safe. Nothing lasted. Never, in the history of time, could we slow or stop ourselves from self-destruction."
Setting: 3 out of 5 ✩✩✩
The format of the book was interesting. I liked how each chapter began with an explanation of possible ways the world can end, but the topics themselves w...
July 16, 2017
Lenny copes with her father's cancer and her best friend Julian's imminent move across country by listing ways the world can end. Her anxiety, OCD and self-injurious behaviors are untreated. She has a major crush on her dad's oncology residency, fantasizing about a life with him...
July 25, 2017
I really can't decide between 2 or 3 stars for this. We'll say 2.5 then, shall we? I liked parts of it but overall it just didn't do much for me. There's not much else I can say really...
July 23, 2017
For me, this book just didn’t do it.
It was one that sounded very intriguing with a beautiful cover. I really wanted to love it!
There were quite a few words I didn’t understand e.g. pembrolizumab.. what is this!?
This is a relatively short book with only 22 chapters and is aimed at young adults....
April 19, 2017
Lenny is trying her hardest to keep it together, even though it feels like she has no support. Her father is dying, her mother is constantly at work (or trying to push a new, clean eating diet on her family) and her older sister has run away from it all to college. Without any support, Lenny clin...
February 15, 2017
Heartbreaking, in a good way. Some parts made me uncomfortable, and were hard to read, but that's kind of like life. I liked how the book deals with the hard issue of dealing with the inevitability and fear around death. That sounds morbid, but I just mean that I appreciate the fact that the book...