The Beauty That Remains

The Beauty That Remains

Music brought Autumn, Shay, and Logan together. Death wants to tear them apart. Autumn always knew exactly who she was?a talented artist and a loyal friend. Shay was defined by two things: her bond with her twin sister, Sasha, and her love of music. And Logan always turned to writing love songs when his love life was a little less than perfect. But when tragedy strikes each Music brought Autumn, Shay, and Logan together. Death wants to tear them apart. Autumn always knew exactly w...

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Title:The Beauty That Remains
Author:Ashley Woodfolk
Rating:
Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:1524715875
Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:352 pages pages

The Beauty That Remains Reviews

  • Kelly
    Mar 08, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

    A beautiful book about how different teens react to the deaths of their friends and family members. Yes, it's depressing, but death is part of life. Each person somehow feels responsible for their friend or family member's death. By coming together through a shared passion, music, they...

    Despite loving this more than words itself, the characters' grief kills me every time I pick this up. I'm postponing at 50% until my head is in a better place. The three narrators for the three POVs are particularly well done. ...

    The Beauty that Remains tells the story of three different teenagers, each dealing with grief over the recent loss of a loved one. For Autumn, it is her best friend Tavia who was in a car crash driving to a party. For Shay it is her twin Sasha, to Leukemia. Logan?s ex boyfriend and g...

    RTC ...

    I am beyond broken. I am shattered. ~ I received an eARC from Random House Children's through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. ~ IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE IN A WRITERS SLUMP? LIKE A READING SLUMP BUT... FOR WRITING? Generally, I'm the kind of person who likes...

    This quiet YA read is a really lovely, though sad, exploration of grief and loss. It'll especially resonate for young readers who have a passion for music and the power for music to create meaning and feeling and connection. Readers who need a plot arc will likely find this to be t...

  • Emily May
    Sep 19, 2017

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

  • Hazel (Stay Bookish)
    Mar 03, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

  • Dianne
    Feb 17, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

  • ✨    jamieson   ✨
    May 07, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

  • Erin Glover
    May 07, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

    A beautiful book about how different teens react to the deaths of their friends and family members. Yes, it's depressing, but death is part of life. Each person somehow feels responsible for their friend or family member's death. By coming together through a shared passion, music, they...

  • Sarah Lemon
    Jul 25, 2017

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

    A beautiful book about how different teens react to the deaths of their friends and family members. Yes, it's depressing, but death is part of life. Each person somehow feels responsible for their friend or family member's death. By coming together through a shared passion, music, they...

    Despite loving this more than words itself, the characters' grief kills me every time I pick this up. I'm postponing at 50% until my head is in a better place. The three narrators for the three POVs are particularly well done. ...

    The Beauty that Remains tells the story of three different teenagers, each dealing with grief over the recent loss of a loved one. For Autumn, it is her best friend Tavia who was in a car crash driving to a party. For Shay it is her twin Sasha, to Leukemia. Logan?s ex boyfriend and g...

    RTC ...

    I am beyond broken. I am shattered. ~ I received an eARC from Random House Children's through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. ~ IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE IN A WRITERS SLUMP? LIKE A READING SLUMP BUT... FOR WRITING? Generally, I'm the kind of person who likes...

    This quiet YA read is a really lovely, though sad, exploration of grief and loss. It'll especially resonate for young readers who have a passion for music and the power for music to create meaning and feeling and connection. Readers who need a plot arc will likely find this to be t...

    Beautiful. <3 ...

  • Lorryn Woodward
    Aug 14, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

  • Ana
    Apr 05, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

    A beautiful book about how different teens react to the deaths of their friends and family members. Yes, it's depressing, but death is part of life. Each person somehow feels responsible for their friend or family member's death. By coming together through a shared passion, music, they...

    Despite loving this more than words itself, the characters' grief kills me every time I pick this up. I'm postponing at 50% until my head is in a better place. The three narrators for the three POVs are particularly well done. ...

    The Beauty that Remains tells the story of three different teenagers, each dealing with grief over the recent loss of a loved one. For Autumn, it is her best friend Tavia who was in a car crash driving to a party. For Shay it is her twin Sasha, to Leukemia. Logan?s ex boyfriend and g...

    RTC ...

  • C.G. Drews
    Jan 02, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

  • Olivia (The Candid Cover)
    Sep 05, 2017

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

  • Lola
    Feb 25, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

  • Janani
    Mar 03, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

  • Noha Badawi
    Mar 08, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

  • Cassandra {semi-hiatus}
    Mar 25, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

  • Latanya (CraftyScribbles)
    Mar 17, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

  • Sana
    Feb 12, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

  • Warda
    Apr 19, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

  • Danielle (Life of a Literary Nerd)
    Oct 17, 2017

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

  • alice (arctic books)
    Jan 18, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

  • Rachel Strolle
    Jul 28, 2017

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

  • Alice-Elizabeth (marriedtobooks)
    Jun 29, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

  • Acqua
    Apr 20, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

  • Brooke — brooklynnnnereads
    Mar 19, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

  • SilverWolfReads
    Oct 24, 2017

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

    A beautiful book about how different teens react to the deaths of their friends and family members. Yes, it's depressing, but death is part of life. Each person somehow feels responsible for their friend or family member's death. By coming together through a shared passion, music, they...

    Despite loving this more than words itself, the characters' grief kills me every time I pick this up. I'm postponing at 50% until my head is in a better place. The three narrators for the three POVs are particularly well done. ...

    The Beauty that Remains tells the story of three different teenagers, each dealing with grief over the recent loss of a loved one. For Autumn, it is her best friend Tavia who was in a car crash driving to a party. For Shay it is her twin Sasha, to Leukemia. Logan?s ex boyfriend and g...

    RTC ...

    I am beyond broken. I am shattered. ~ I received an eARC from Random House Children's through NetGalley in exchange for an honest review. ~ IS IT POSSIBLE TO BE IN A WRITERS SLUMP? LIKE A READING SLUMP BUT... FOR WRITING? Generally, I'm the kind of person who likes...

  • Stephanie (earlgreyreads)
    Mar 31, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

    A beautiful book about how different teens react to the deaths of their friends and family members. Yes, it's depressing, but death is part of life. Each person somehow feels responsible for their friend or family member's death. By coming together through a shared passion, music, they...

    Despite loving this more than words itself, the characters' grief kills me every time I pick this up. I'm postponing at 50% until my head is in a better place. The three narrators for the three POVs are particularly well done. ...

    The Beauty that Remains tells the story of three different teenagers, each dealing with grief over the recent loss of a loved one. For Autumn, it is her best friend Tavia who was in a car crash driving to a party. For Shay it is her twin Sasha, to Leukemia. Logan?s ex boyfriend and g...

  • Amanda
    Oct 26, 2017

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

  • lucie
    Apr 30, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

  • Clare Snow
    Apr 16, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...

    T/W- Suicide, Grief, Panic Attacks, Underage Drinking/Drugs The Beauty That Remains is a good, emotional and hard-hitting debut novel that I heard about one day on Twitter. The colourful cover really appealed to me, it is really pretty to look at and all of the colours featured go w...

    What a gorgeous, gorgeous book Perfect for those who love novels by Adam Silvera, Jeff Zentner, or Nina LaCour. ...

    I've heard there are gay, black and latino characters in this book, i'm already crying. ...

    Dark, edgy and filled with emotional turmoil and the heavy feeling of loss, THE BEAUTY THAT REMAINS by Ashley Woodfolk tells the tale of a group of teens individually dealing with the loss of a loved one either through illness, suicide or a deadly accident. These are their stories, the...

    3.5 ? This was a really solid read! The writing and plot really captured me on the first page, so much so that I finished this book in two sittings total. The writing is incredible, and I loved the slow-moving plot and bittersweet nostalgia. I enjoyed reading about the three main ...

    This book spoke to the deepest parts of me. I loved every word, devoured every page and I?m so glad I picked it up. full review: https://thebookishword.wordpress.com/... ...

    There?s not enough words for me to describe how much I loved The Beauty That Remains! So so so breathtakingly beautiful! Tears & smiles for days, this book will stay with me forever. Full review will be posted closer to release date, so hurry up 2018 because this books need to be...

    ?We all nod. We get it. There?s no way to measure grief.? I honestly don?t know what to say besides I ADORED this book. My heart broke in every imaginable way and was healed watching these characters on their journey. I felt their every pain, I laughed with them in their j...

    This book can simply be explained through one word in the title: a beauty. Except it's even more than solely beautiful. This novel was beautiful, emotional, meaningful, raw, honest, and realistic. Even with that list, it isn't enough to describe the pure masterpiece that was this story...

    "Everything is different without you here. Especially me. But I?m starting to think that maybe that?s okay." This was far from a perfect book. It was an obvious debut; well written and plotted but slow. It handles grief realistically and without rose-colored glasses. There was...

    Full review on The Candid Cover The Beauty That Remains combines grief and music to create a poignant read. There are three different stories that all connect, and there is so much diversity in the book. While I liked all of the characters, Shay was my favourite, and her story touch...

    Oof. Oh my heart, my head, my everything has been put through the wringer with this book. Full review to come. Update: First published on The Shrinkette Thanks so much to Netgalley and Delacorte Press for providing me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. Trigger Warnings...

    I'll keep this brief Pros 1. Timely discussion on grief and its effects on our youth. Timely and necessary, this book welcomes a discussion often ignored. 2. Diversity. LGBT characters (One main character, Logan, is gay; his ex-boyfriend, along with a smattering of minor chara...

    Totally worth that late fine I'm gonna get from the library. This is such an emotionally beautiful story. ...

    THIS BOOK MADE MY HEART ACHE SO MUCH AND I LOVED EVERY SECOND OF IT. ...

    The Beauty That Remains is a contemporary novel that follows three grieving teenagers brought together by art. It's a short, hard-hitting book, and while I loved its premise, sometimes I found the execution underwhelming. Autumn is the first character we meet. She is a Korean-Americ...

    This book is about three main characters who lost someone close to each one of them and how are they dealing with their lost. I wanted to love this book, I hoped it will be a sobfest because I was in a mood for crying over a book but that didn't happend. I got bored after the first...

    A beautiful book about how different teens react to the deaths of their friends and family members. Yes, it's depressing, but death is part of life. Each person somehow feels responsible for their friend or family member's death. By coming together through a shared passion, music, they...

    Despite loving this more than words itself, the characters' grief kills me every time I pick this up. I'm postponing at 50% until my head is in a better place. The three narrators for the three POVs are particularly well done. ...

  • Fidan Lurin
    Jan 28, 2018

    The Beauty That Remains is a really solid debut from an author I will be looking out for in the future. I feel like the book was spread a little thin over the three different perspectives, but the strong writing and diverse characters show a lot of promise. We all nod. We all get it....

    This was super heavy and emotional...but also hopeful. Also get a bucket for your tears. Preferably an ice cream bucket because then you can eat the ice cream and JUST CRY. Wow. I actually also liked that this was about: healing. It's about how grief doesn't always follow the "guide bo...

    Books that deal with grief are hit-or-miss for me. I always find them important, because how could anyone not, but I am only able to enjoy them if I end up caring considerably for the dead characters and/or the characters who are grieving themselves. This book contains three alt...

    ?For the sensitive among us sometime the noise is just too much...? So good. So so good! Beautifully written story that follows three characters who are dealing with a loss of a loved one. The type of story that takes a seat in your heart. Three amazingly diverse and wel...

    "If you'd asked me years ago what does love feel like I never would have guessed at our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving. Our hearts beating, our chests heaving, and the unbearable ache of you leaving" listen, I'm gonna be straight up with...

    I received an ARC copy of The Beauty that Remains in exchange for an honest review. Thanks goes to NetGalley, as well as the Delacorte Press for this advanced copy which is expected to be released on March 06, 2018. The Beauty that Remains is Ashley Woodfolk?s debut novel, believe...