Simply put; I liked it.
It's funny how the teens are visiting celebrities who killed themselves, seeing as the celebs lived their lives, doing as they pleased, while the teens want to end it all before the chance of having a life. I thought that was an interesting point.
As always the rules for the trip go out the window and they all question why they want to die. They begin to learn there are no rules to life, but will they go through with the end? Especially after everything they have been through?
It is emotional, heart wrenching, funny and cynical. The perfect representation of teens.
Don't worry, with the number of books I read with suicide in them. I find it interesting in a morbid way, I'm not planning on doing anything, I have every intention of living beyond 100.
"Self-esteem is overrated. Anyone will think they color great if enough people tell them. Artificial praise. Down inside, compliments like that are hollow... Real self-worth comes from mastery, from getting good at something. It doesn't matter what. Then you don't have to worry about empty compliments. You don't worry what other people think. You have self respect." Crash Into Me, Albert Borris. The most truthful thing ever said.
It was interesting to look at the inner workings of a suicidal mind. I like Owen, no, actually I love Owen and I love Frank and Jin-Ae and Audry. They are amazing.