Identical is a disturbing book. On many levels. Disturbing yet intriguing and one of those books you just cannot put down. I constantly found myself trying to find more time to read it. Although, not at the start. Identical is written in prose, which initially took me awhile to get used to. Saying that, I
Thirteen Reasons Why first came to my attention as a Netflix series. I had seen many a mental health charities speaking about the series. So I watched it. It's a difficult watch. The topics of suicide and sexual abuse are frank and honest. Admittedly, for different reasons I couldn't watch the actual suicide scene, choosing
Netwon's Laws of Motion, something I have studied since aged 14, which in turn becomes the basics of many engineering principles. Falling Into Place is a young adult novel which explores the real-life consequences of the laws. Liz Emerson a high-school senior studied these laws the morning she aims to crash her car and die.