What The Flower Says of Death
After a failed suicide attempt, she finds herself dumped by her callous mother on the doorstep of her family’s desolate oceanside estate. With only the company of her estranged grandmother, comatose grandfather, and the monsters in her head, at least there was no one to interfere with her plans to try again on her eighteenth birthda ...more
Title: What The Flower Says Of Death
Author: Danielle Koste
This book was slightly nerve wracking to read. Right after the death of my grandfather, this book didn't seem like the best decision but there was something irresistible about the book.
Having read Danielle Koste's previous book Pulse (Review)before, which FYI left me slightly shocked hahaha, I was looking forward to reading this book. I can now say that this book, What The Flower Says Of Death is beautiful.
Now, I understand that some peop
It is a very character focussed story, so if that's something you don't enjoy you might not love this, but I honestly can't ima ...more
!TW!: Theme of suicide, death, depression… If these are your triggers, then take care because you will witness death, there’s no two ways about it.
I was playing a dangerous game with my dark thoughts, my dangerous lover.
There are books t ...more
Violet is sent away by her mother to her grandparents' estate after her failed suicide attempt. With her grandfather sick and he relationship with both her mother and grandmother estranged, Violet feels that everything is hopeless...until Jack.
Mysterious Jack who mostly prefers to stalk her and seems to know more about her than Violet thinks. And while she thinks more an ...more
While she's recovering at her grandmother's house, she met a mysterious boy named Jack. They slowly became friends and later became lovers. But she knew that there was something different about Jack and she does her ...more
I received a copy of this from the author, Danielle Koste. My thanks to the Danielle for this opportunity. These are my honest thoughts of the book.
This is a wonderful story that explores themes of love, loss, and forgiveness. It has an excellent mental health rep focussed on depression, anxiety and suicide. The main characters are very real and relatable. I fell in love with Jack, and I think most people will. The ...more
I first had the privilege of reading "What the Flower Says of Death" a few years ago via Wattpad. Since then, I've been eagerly awaiting the day that Miss Koste would release it into the publishing world.
Having the opportunity to read this book again after all this time was like revisiting old friends; that's how much of a mark Violet and Jack left on me. Though I didn't remember everything, I found a lot of things coming back to me as I read, and I had the joy of experiencing those re ...more
This book was provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Thank you Danielle Koste!
What The Flower Says of Death tells the story of Violet attempted suicide, but failed to do so. She’s struggling with her inner darkness and is being sent to her grandmother so her mother doesn’t need to deal with her anymore. Violet is still planning her next suicide in her journal, but then a boy called Jack is trying to change her mind. Will he be able to get rid of Violet’s darkness ...more
I went into What the Flower Says of Death totally blind to this author’s writing style. This can be a dangerous or wonderful thing. There’s always the risk of hating the story or how the author writes but thankfully, that was not the case here. I am in love with What the Flower Says of Death.
I read this book in one day and had tears dripping down my face for the majority of it; I mean that in the best possible w ...more
You'd think that suicide plot-lines are too cliché already, but this book gave it a very special twist. Although it is extremely predictable – and let me tell you that what I predicted was on-point – I still love the book.
Character wise, they all have a very distinct aspect to them that gave them so much life. Especially Violet ...more
It did feel a little predictable in some places, I figured the twist pretty early on. But the Author wasn’t trying to hide it, hints were left here and there. Neither of those things took away from the story though.
(Disclaimer: I received a free copy from the Author. Does not affect my rev ...more
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Semi spoiler so dont read ahead if you dont want that
The ending...I normally hate sad endings but it couldnt end any other way so I still cant say enough about how much I loved this
This review was originally posted on That Book Gal.
I had to really push to read this one at first. It opens right after Violet almost dies by suicide. Thus that drives the story, and she’s still grappling with the darkness and planning another attempt. It is very dark in the beginning.
However, while this book is very dark at times, it’s filled with so much light and hope. It’s honestly jaw droppingly stunning, in the way it’s written, the st ...more
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Overall, What the Flower Says of Death by Danielle Koste is a beautiful, emotional, whirlwind story. While this book touches a very difficult topic, the writing and the story are truly exquisite. Even though this might not touch people in the same way, it can be related to everyone. The characters are engaging and are genuinely made for each other. I would like to ...more
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When procrastinating, Danielle likes to enjoy other forms of rich story-telling, besides the obvious abundance of novels ...more