Review: We Are the Ants by Shaun David Hutchinson (Spoiler-Free)
This book was so good. I started a book club with a bunch of my real life friends, and this was the first book that we decided to read. I am very grateful that it was amazing. Henry Denton, the main character, is a boy plagued with many hardships and one overwhelming decision. Should he save the world? This book is an incredible journey, and one that everyone should experience. Over the course of the novel, Henry has to learn what it means to live and that sometimes one doesn't need to move on. At this point, I don't even know what to say about this book that could possibly describe how I feel about it, so I'll just let the book speak for itself and close this out with an amazing quote. "So, when you're offered bacon for breakfast, do you refuse because you're worried about what's going to happen when it's gone?" "No." "No!" Audrey smacked me in the chest. "You eat that bacon and you love it because it's delicious. You don't fret over whether you'll ever have bacon again. You just eat the bacon."
Song I was reminded of while reading: &Run