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Download A World Without You doc ↠ 384 pages ä Beth Revis Ñ What if finding her means losing himself?Seventeen year old Bo has always had delusions that he can travel through time When he was ten Bo claimed to have witnessed the Titanic hit an iceberg and at fifteen he found himself on a Civil War battlefield Actually attending Berkshire Academy a school for kids who like Bo have “superpowers”At Berkshire Bo falls in love with Sofía a uiet girl with a tragic past and the superpower of invisibility Sofía helps Bo open up in a way he never has before In turn Bo provides comfort to Sofía who lost her mother and two sisters at a very young ageBut even the strength of their love isn’t enough to help It's always hard to give a proper review to 3 star books I would say I had an overall positive experience with this book but it didn't blow me away Would I recommend it? Probably If you're looking for YA that deals with mental illness it's definitely worth checking out If you're want a uick engaging thoughtful reading experience I would say pick it upI will say that I related very heavily to the sister's perspective in this book It's a narrative that I don't think I've ever read before albeit I don't read much YA but I do think her specific situationmindset was incredibly relatable and refreshing to read from I also enjoyed how the author handled the complex family dynamics as well It was so true to life and I commend her for getting that right because so many authors struggle with creating realistic relationships like that Ultimately one that didn't strike a deep chord with me but I appreciated and am glad to have read if only to have broadened my reading horizons

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Sofía escape her deep depression After she commits suicide Bo is convinced that she’s not actually dead He believes that she’s stuck somewhere in time that he somehow left her in the past and that now it’s his job to save her And as Bo becomes and determined to save Sofía he must decide whether to face his demons head on or succumb to a psychosis that will let him be with the girl he love Review posted on The Eater of Books blogA World Without You by Beth RevisPublisher RazorbillPublication Date July 19 2016Rating 4 starsSource Galley from First to ReadSummary from GoodreadsSeventeen year old Bo has always had delusions that he can travel through time When he was ten Bo claimed to have witnessed the Titanic hit an iceberg and at fifteen he found himself on a Civil War battlefield horrified by the bodies surrounding him So when his concerned parents send him to a school for troubled youth Bo assumes he knows the truth that he’s actually attending Berkshire Academy a school for kids who like Bo have superpowersAt Berkshire Bo falls in love with Sofia a uiet girl with a tragic past and the superpower of invisibility Sofia helps Bo open up in a way he never has before In turn Bo provides comfort to Sofia who lost her mother and two sisters at a very young age But even the strength of their love isn’t enough to help Sofia escape her deep depression After she commits suicide Bo is convinced that she's not actually dead He believes that she's stuck somewhere in time — that he somehow left her in the past and now it's his job to save her What I LikedMy initial thought upon finishing this book wow that was mind blowing I didn't have pretty much any expectations when going into this story other than hoping it would be awesome because it is a Revis book and I love her books Reading this book days after reading Paula Stokes' Vicarious worked out strangely for me as these two books are very very similar in the big twist And I highly enjoyed both booksA World Without You starts with the memorial service of Sofía who was Bo's girlfriend and fellow student at Berkshire Bo is angry and frustrated; he knows that Sofía isn't actually dead and that he can go back in time and bring her back After all she disappeared because he took her to 1692 and accidentally traveled back in time without her But then government investigative officials come to Berkshire and suddenly everyone except Bo is under the belief that Sofía is really dead that she committed suicide Bo is sure that the officials are alternating everyone's perception of reality But Bo will stop at nothing to bring Sofía back even as time is breaking around himThis book is written primarily in Bo's POV though every now and then a chapter is written from Phoebe's POV Phoebe is Bo's younger sister a workaholic and very driven She's a senior in high school who has excellent grades and is so normal compared to Bo At first I didn't care for Phoebe's chapters because I wanted to get to Bo's But then I started seeing why Phoebe's side of things is so important And her chapters always made sense whereas Bo's sometimes didn't especially towards the end I felt bad for Phoebe at times She felt trapped in her house and sometimes jealous of Bo's freedom If only she knewIt wasn't hard to like Bo or to really feel for him He loved loves Sofía and his determination to get her back is impressive He likes it at Berkshire and feels comfortable there The group that lives with him specifically within the school is made up of five people Bo Sofía Ryan Gwen and Harold Everyone at the school has some sort of ability and Bo's is time travel Sofía's is invisibility Ryan's is telekinesis Gwen's is pyrokinesis Harold's is the ability to see and hear and communicate with the deadTime traveling back to 1692 when Bo accidentally left Sofía is near impossible for Bo He doesn't have control over his powers and he never has privacy with the government officials there to investigate Sofía's death and Bo's parents constantly hovering I was anxious to see the first time Bo traveled back in time I was not disappointedThis book is sort of told with visits to the past but not really flashbacks if that makes sense Sofía is dead at the beginning of the book and so all of Bo and Sofía's relationship is shown to us readers via the past as well as Bo remembering times with her Sometim

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A World Without YouWhat if finding her means losing himself?Seventeen year old Bo has always had delusions that he can travel through time When he was ten Bo claimed to have witnessed the Titanic hit an iceberg and at fifteen he found himself on a Civil War battlefield horrified by the bodies surrounding him So when his worried parents send him to a school for troubled youth Bo assumes he knows the truth that he’s Thoughts WOW This book was heartbreaking and so damn important Official blurb for publisher A painfully brilliant and transporting read This novel has the rare superpower to change and save lives