The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder

The Museum of Intangible Things by Wendy Wunder; 246 pages

“And I learn that facing your greatest fear is liberating. You no longer have to worry about it, because it has already happened. And you have survived.” 

Hannah and Zoe have always had each other. Hannah is the grounded constant to Zoe’s bipolar disorder. With both girls losing a grip on their small town life, the take off. The leave on a road trip and Zoe decides it is time for Hannah to learn about some of life’s intangible things. 

“When you share a feeling with someone it takes on matter and weight. Even if you’re the only one who can sense it, it becomes a tangible thing with properties like shape and weight and heat.” 

This book felt like a combination of All the Bright Places and a John Green novel. And I absolutely loved it!! 

It will make you laugh, make you cry, make you take a step back and really think about life. It teaches you about life, about yourself, and about the things people go through. It gives you hope and breaks your heart and takes things to a whole new level. 

I was absolutely blown away by this book. The writing was amazing, the characters were real, the story was an adventure. The story itself was a little over the top but I guess it had to be to really get across the message. And I really think that part of the message is that mental illness cannot be ignored. It shouldn’t be something people are afraid to talk about. It’s something everyone needs to be comfortable with because it is one of life’s inevitabilities. There are people with mental illnesses and we must accost that and help them. 

I highly recommend this book. 

Rating: 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

Next review: A Tyranny of Petticoats 

Now reading: A Dance with Dragons by George RR Martin

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