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I have just finished reading this, cover to cover, and I am already ready to read it again. The story left me breathless and I couldn't stop thinking about it. I still can't! I liked everything about it — from the beautiful illustrations you rarely see them in young adult novels and each one fitted the story perfectly — a real treat to the experiences of other authors in the front cover to the story itself. It is basically a long letter from Min "short for Minerva, Roman goddess of wisdom, because my dad was getting his masters when I was born" to her ex-boyfriend Ed, sent with a box, each stunning illustration an explanation of why they should have broken up before the reason that they did. Each picture is the start of a chapter, the start of a reason why she should have ended their relationship before she did, each happy beautiful moment where she found first love and loss. Every item bottle tops, a matchbox, sugar links into the story and the riddance of the box is the end of the relationship.
Why We Broke Up book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. I'm telling you why we broke up, Ed. I'm writing it in this lett.
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No spoiler here — the title says it all: Min Green, a high school junior, and Ed Slaterton, a senior, have broken up. All that remains is for Min to tell Ed why in one very long letter, explicating a collection of artifacts from their romance as illustrated by Maira Kalman that she has tossed into a box and is about to dump on his front porch. Handler has made them all up, but so superbly you feel certain they must really exist. He does similar magic with music; I still want to hear the sounds of Hawk Davies, whose delightful jazz seems to flow through the book. Their romance lasts only a few weeks, but the fullness and richness of the two falling madly in love and lust in that short time is beautifully rendered.