Everything Somewhere by David Kummer (Book Review #1017)


Everything somewhere is a coming of age fictional story geared toward the young adult generation. It begins with Hudson, a young man who is dealing with depression and isolation. He meets Bruce Michaels, who is a celebrity hiding away from the public eye. The relationship between them grows, and each to their own begins to understand each other’s secrets.

Rating: 4 out of 5.

It was interesting to know more about the little town in Indiana. The characters meshed very well, and each played one another off. The story’s setting pulled everything together, and it was nice to see the dynamic of its compelling story.

I enjoyed reading this book and thought that its premise raised discussions about depression and how it can affect you and the people around you. It was interesting to see how Hudson struggled to make connections or build relationships. But when Bruce comes into his life, things changed.

I recommend this book to those who like to read fictional stories.

Written by Jeyran Main

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