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Adam Silvera is the #1 New York Times bestselling author. He was born and raised in the Bronx and now resides in Los Angeles. He is big for no reason.

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They Both Die At The End Book PDF download for free

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On September 5, shortly after midnight, the cast of Death calls Mateo Torrez and Rufus Emeterio to give them bad news: Today you are going to die.

Mateo and Rufus are complete strangers, but for different reasons, they’re both looking for a new friend on their Doomsday. The good news is that: there’s an app for that. It’s called The Last Friend, and through it, Rufus and Mateo are about to meet in one last great adventure: living a lifetime in a single day.

In the tradition of Before I Fall and If I Stay, They Both Die at the End is a masterstroke from acclaimed author Adam Silvera, whose debut More Happy Than Not was called “profound” by the New York Times.

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They Both Die in the End is a young adult science fiction novel set in a world just like ours, with one big difference. In this world there is a service called Death-Cast. Every midnight, Death-Cast calls each person who will die the next day to warn them. To give them just one last chance to live to the fullest. To say goodbye. having an affair. To do what they have to do on their last day.

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Mateo Torrez is eighteen years old. He is bright, talented and kind. He is also agoraphobic and rarely leaves his New York City apartment. He is about to go to college (an online college, of course). On September 5, 2017 (the book’s release date!), Mateo gets the call. It’s a shock. How could a healthy young man, too shy to leave the house, die so young?

Rufus Emeterio is seventeen years old and also a New Yorker. He gets the call while he’s hitting on his ex’s new boyfriend. Rufus is angry and sharp. But he let him relax a bit. He had lost his parents and his sister in a car accident just 4 months ago. He now lives in a foster home and wonders what future awaits him. None at all it seems.

Mateo and Rufus do not know each other. None of these young people have anyone to spend their last day with. Luckily there is an app for that. It’s called Last Friend, and before sunrise, Rufus and Mateo are Last Friends. They spend a magical day together in New York and strive to live life to the fullest. They say goodbye. You try new things. They celebrate. They fall in love. Rufus teaches Mateo to be brave. Mateo helps Rufus rediscover his kind spirit.

Spoilers: they both die at the end.

They both die at the end is a tour de force. A novel where death is so close that he is practically one of the characters will immediately invoke deep feelings, but that is a double-edged sword. Once you’ve hooked your readers, you’d better take the opportunity to show us something worth the trip, or your book will feel like cheap manipulation. I’m happy to say that Adam Silvera not only passed the test, but he passed with flying colors in the extra credits section.

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Silvera’s “Death-Cast” is more than just a trick to get the plot going. He devotes part of his novel to examining the impact of the death cast on society, on hospitals and emergency services, on celebrity culture and the Internet. Even “deckers” as they are called, I couldn’t figure out why, they have to put up with creepy people on the internet.

Silvera also spends a few chapters introducing a cast of supporting characters. Some are decks wrestling with their own destiny, some are not, some are already known to Mateo or Rufus, some are not, but all of them cross paths with our two young protagonists on their very fateful day.

Because this story belongs to Mateo and Rufus. It’s not easy spending your last day with another deck. You can’t help but wonder if you accidentally sealed your own fate. Maybe the piano destined to land on his head will catch you too, since you decided to join. Strangely and tragically, the two young men avoid taking elevators. “Two floors in the elevator on your last day is either a death wish or the start of a bad joke,” says Rufus.

Over the course of their extraordinary day and this incredible book, Mateo and Rufus get over their initial trepidation, meet, say goodbye, go on adventures, and narrowly escape various incidents that could have ended for one or both of them right there. They also open up to each other and heal each other’s wounds until their budding friendship finally blossoms into genuine love for God. And Silvera doesn’t hit a single wrong note.

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But as the day progresses – 12, 17, 19 – the time allotted to them becomes increasingly scarce. The tension builds because they know and we know it has to happen before midnight, but they and we hope beyond hope that they will somehow escape their shared fate.

One of the most poignant moments in a book full of poignant moments is when the two young men try to make each other promise that they won’t die first because neither wants to be the one left behind even for a moment. Of course, it is a promise that neither has the power to make, and logically both cannot, but the heart has its own logic. Death ultimately comes for them, deaths that were completely predictable in hindsight.

We would all do well to follow the example of Matthew and Rufus. Most of us are not given the knowledge on the day of our own death. But we all know that death will come. We can’t escape him any more than Rufus or Mateo. Most of us will never live as full a day as ours, but we can at least make an effort to live as fully as we can in the days that remain.

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