No One Here Is Lonely
Our entire lives are online, but what if the boy you love actually lives there? For fans of Adam Silvera comes a story about the future of relationships.Eden has always had two loves: her best friend, Lacey, and her crush, Will. And then, almost simultaneously, she loses them both. Will to a car accident and Lacey to the inevitable growing up and growing apart.Devastated by the holes they have left in her life, Eden finds solace in an unlikely place. Before he died, Will set up an account with In Good Company, a service that uploads voices and emails and creates a digital companion that can be called anytime, day or night. It couldn’t come at a better time because, after losing Lacey–the hardest thing Eden has had to deal with–who else can she confide all her secrets to? Who is Eden without Lacey?As Eden falls deeper into her relationship with “Will,” she hardly notices as her real life blooms around her. There is a new job, new friends. Then there is Oliver. He’s Lacey’s twin, so has always been off-limits to her, until now. He may be real, but to have him, will Eden be able to say goodbye to Will?

No One Here Is Lonely Details

TitleNo One Here Is Lonely
Author
LanguageEnglish
ReleaseFeb 5th, 2019
PublisherAlfred A. Knopf Books for Young Readers
ISBN-139780553538687
Rating
GenreYoung Adult, Romance, Contemporary

No One Here Is Lonely Review

  • Malanie
    January 1, 1970
    This book has no business being compared to Adam Silvera.It was annoying and disappointed me deeply. Am I just slowly becoming more callous???????? Is that what this is? Because I was so irritated with every single sentence the main character uttered. OR was this book just INHERENTLY boring? I need to be validated because I’m v sensitive and need to be hugged.Preferably by Jake from Brooklyn Nine-Nine. What the book should have been: Will and Lacey as her two best friends, both dying in a tragic This book has no business being compared to Adam Silvera.It was annoying and disappointed me deeply. Am I just slowly becoming more callous???????? Is that what this is? Because I was so irritated with every single sentence the main character uttered. OR was this book just INHERENTLY boring? I need to be validated because I’m v sensitive and need to be hugged.Preferably by Jake from Brooklyn Nine-Nine. What the book should have been: Will and Lacey as her two best friends, both dying in a tragic accident, leaving Eden to grieve her pure friendships. The main themes: platonic relationships and their profound depth + the soul-wrenching damage of losing the one(s) you love most. Instead, what do we get? What do we have to endure??????????? Eden having a crush on Will, then continuing to crush on him from beyond the grave via computer program. Because apparently, we needed another young adult contemporary about a heterosexual non-existent romance. Also, Lacey isn’t dead, just slowly drifting apart from her friendship with Eden? Because we ALSO needed to hear about crumbling female friendships. I’M JUST SO DONE. I wanted grief and all-consuming friendship! but it turned into romance and girls being angry w each other? And self-discovery? I AM SICK AND TIRED. I need calming tea to recover from this unhappiness.Overall, I wouldn’t recommend this just because it’s so,,,,,,,,,,,old. I feel like I’ve read this book at least 100 other times in my life. Which is sad. It had so much potential. |✨BLOG✨|
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  • Emily
    January 1, 1970
    Well, this concept is screaming to me.
  • María (coffeefaerie)
    January 1, 1970
    This sounds so good aaaaa
  • Book
    January 1, 1970
    Awesome premise, but there was a lot of other drama going on that maybe didn't need to be. I don't know. This was good but I wish it had been more gut-punching.
  • Tory
    January 1, 1970
    BLECH. Let's take an episode of "Black Mirror" and castrate it by starring a whiny, pitiful, pathetic, sap of a character. Eden was downright detestable and I can't blame Lacey for trying to get out from under THAT wet blanket.Best moment: "omg I got SoOoOOo drunk at a party by drinking tHrEe bEeRs and now I'm going to hurl my entire guts out but then somehow /still/ be hungover the next morning!" Yo that just ain't how any of this works, lightweight. And I was just waiting for her calls to Will BLECH. Let's take an episode of "Black Mirror" and castrate it by starring a whiny, pitiful, pathetic, sap of a character. Eden was downright detestable and I can't blame Lacey for trying to get out from under THAT wet blanket.Best moment: "omg I got SoOoOOo drunk at a party by drinking tHrEe bEeRs and now I'm going to hurl my entire guts out but then somehow /still/ be hungover the next morning!" Yo that just ain't how any of this works, lightweight. And I was just waiting for her calls to Will to be pay-by-the-minute and for her to have racked up like a million-dollar-bill. Oh, and shoplifting is not COOL. It's damn THEFT.
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  • Scarlette
    January 1, 1970
    A fantastic read.
  • Rebeccah Marie
    January 1, 1970
    This book was beautiful and heartbreaking, and I might’ve cried once or twice while reading it. I loved everything about it, from beginning to end.
  • kerrycat
    January 1, 1970
    SLJ review to come
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