Coins in the Coffee Cup

Coins in the Coffee Cup Harrison Healy is a seventeen year old boy with a side of depression Not a seventeen year old boy with depression With his parents dead his sister gone and a best friend who committed suicide from an

  • Title: Coins in the Coffee Cup
  • Author: Ambriehl Khalil
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 170
  • Format: ebook
  • Harrison Healy is a seventeen year old boy with a side of depression Not a seventeen year old boy with depression With his parents dead, his sister gone and a best friend who committed suicide from an overwhelming flood of sadness he s doing okay Now, he s just stuck with two people who can t stand the sight of him and five friends who try to make his life a little beHarrison Healy is a seventeen year old boy with a side of depression Not a seventeen year old boy with depression With his parents dead, his sister gone and a best friend who committed suicide from an overwhelming flood of sadness he s doing okay Now, he s just stuck with two people who can t stand the sight of him and five friends who try to make his life a little better While stumping through his every day average depressed gay kid teen life in his final senior year, he discovers EVAN, a bright eyed, bright smiled senior who is trapped in the world around him Over the course of his final school year, Harry experiences his first love, his first kiss he finds the stars, loses his mind, very nearly loses himself along the way He finds out horrific news, he sees what can t be unseen and he is faced with the challenge of trying to find a way to be okay Harrison deals with the loss of everyone he has loved As he tries to get out of his head and into the real world, he attempts to participate in life instead of watching it fly by.

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    1. The review was first posted on For The Love of Fictional Worlds :)I received an eARC of the book Via Pen Publishing in exchange for an honest review.It's 2 AM in the middle of night. I have just completed this book and I am sobbing my heart out - and not those silent sobs - but great heaving sobs that woke up my entire house. After my folks spent about 10 minutes trying to get me to stop crying (or at least trying to get me to tell them WHY I am sobbing my eyes out!) - let me tell what the RIGHT [...]


    2. "Coins in the Coffee Cup" written by Ambriehl Khalil is an emotional novel that explores the life of a young teenage boy; depression, love and his own internal conflict.The narrator/protagonist of this novel has such an interesting backstory that we uncover with the progression of the novel. This backstory could have been explored more, but it did make me sympathise with the character quite a lot! His 'story' and the way his past/present affected him hit me right in the feels!The actual plot its [...]


    3. Amazing doesn't even begin to cover this book.From the very start, you're intrigued by Harry, his personality, his forwardness and simply him as a character. The more you read, the more attached you become to who Harry is, his life, his memories, his sadness, his happiness. You begin to feel like his experiences are yours and you just understand why he is the way he is.You meet his friends, get introduced to his life in bits and it only draws you in more. The way the author has combined words in [...]




    4. 4.5 stars.Man. This book. It ripped my heart out and I'm still trying to sew it back. I don't think I'll ever be the same.My good book-friend Pavitra had read this book and reviewed it, and I absolutely loved it. I won this book in a giveaway and I thank her for the recommendation. Apart from the much required formatting, there was absolutely nothing in the book that I didn't like. I loved Harry's description of Evan, I loved every moment that they got together, I loved all the times Harry was w [...]



    5. I can't believe how much this made me cry. I felt everything. From laughter to tears. Thank you for this novel.



    6. Coins In The Coffee Cup has been one of my favourite stories of all the LGBTQ+ YA novels I've read. The author has done a really beautiful job for her first book and I'm really excited for her future releases. Any book that can break a reader's heart is a book well written



    7. Harrison is depressed. It isn't very surprising considering his parents are dead, his sister was taken away from him, his best friend killed himself and his foster parents are abusing him. But he is doing okay. He has gotten good at just existing; counting down the days until his high school graduation. Maybe then things will change. No more high school, no more small town Minnesota and no more Holly and Brad. But that all changes when he runs into Evan at a party. Technically, Evan runs into hi [...]


    8. this got so much potential. or idk. it just didn't click to me. it took me a lot of will not to abandon this for good. and yes, that ending was so clumsy. and boring.


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