More Happy Than Not by Adam Silvera
Everyone always has a point in their life where they break down and don’t have the motivation to move on in life. Similarly, a teenager named Aaron Soto is dealing with the biggest pain one can experience, the loss of a parent. Aaron’s father had committed suicide and he is unable to get rid of any of this from his mind. In the book, Aaron strives to overcome this ingrained sadness within him. He tries to become his old self in order to make his life more stable again. My favorite character is Aaron Soto because he is very strong as a person. I would rate this book a 10 out of 10 and recommend it to friends because it persuades teens to face hardships and moments in life with strength.
Submitted by M. H.