Five Feet Apart

Five Feet Apart

Can you love someone you can never touch? Stella Grant likes to be in control?even though her totally out of control lungs have sent her in and out of the hospital most of her life. At this point, what Stella needs to control most is keeping herself away from anyone or anything that might pass along an infection and jeopardize the possibility of a lung transplant. Six feet Can you love someone you can never touch? Stella Grant likes to be in control?even though her totally out of co...

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Title:Five Feet Apart
Author:Rachael Lippincott
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:Five Feet Apart
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  • Katharine
    Feb 16, 2019
    [3.5] There?s some disagreement within the CF community about whether or not this book is an accurate depiction of CF. And I think that will depend on who you ask. Each and every person with CF experiences this disease in our own way, from its severity to our symptoms, to how we feel...
  • Ana
    Nov 24, 2018
    This is a novelization of Mikki Daughtry & Tobias Iaconis?s script for the 2019 movie and not the other way around. As a contemporary YA story, Five Feet Apart does a couple of my least favourite things when it comes to representing chronic illness and including LGBT charac...
  • Mlpmom (Book Reviewer)
    Oct 30, 2018
    4.5 Stars! Taking a chance on an author and a subject that you know little to nothing about, is always a risk and in some cases, its a chance, a risk, worth taking. As is the case with Five Feet Apart. Beautifully written, heartfelt, emotional, and a read that will stick with you...
  • Emer
    Apr 27, 2019
    Warning Unmarked spoiler ahead. Oh I don't know about this... I know this book was written with input from the CF (Cystic Fibrosis) community but wow did this feel sanitised. I don't have CF but I've grown up in and out of hospitals and the hospital setting in this felt entirely ro...
  • Erik Fazekas
    Nov 20, 2018
    DNF at 30% Reading this you realise this was written only to get money from moviegoers, or teenagers that like to read the book first and then see the movie. The writing is mediocre at best, and the story itself is just a typical YA tearjerker. We as YA readers are so over these ty...
  • Larry H
    Feb 26, 2019
    It's been said (although the provenance of the quote is questionable) that, "The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results." While this adage holds true in many aspects of my life, in this case it applies to my penchant for read...
  • Mel (Epic Reading)
    Mar 19, 2019
    I don't normally review books immediately after reading the last page. This gives me an opportunity to think and process what I've read and get my emotions in order. For Five Feet Apart I am breaking that rule as I feel that my emotions are important to why I wasn't a big fan of Rachel...
  • Emily Cait
    Oct 05, 2018
    I like the idea here: exploring the complications of being a young person living with CF. But a queer person of colour dies quite randomly from CF complications right after deciding to get back together with the love of their life and that death motivates one of the protagonists to sta...
  • jessica
    Jun 08, 2019
    i went into this book hoping to get TFIOS vibes. im such a sucker for love stories about two people who demand more from life than what they are given. and although this story does touch on that message, that is surprisingly not why i enjoyed this book. if anything, i think the stor...
  • L A i N E Y
    Nov 03, 2018
    This book is literally a ?honey trap? as we say in clandestine service. Who the hell is ?we??? Anywhooo. The movie is coming out next year and they cast Cole Sprouse?? You mean Cole Sprouse? COLE fucking SPROUSE? YEP ladies and gentlemen, i...
  • C.G. Drews
    Feb 25, 2019
    I am always super keen to read books with disability rep! I think YA needs way more disability narratives, and this features two teens with cystic fibrosis. It also has a curious origin story because, from what I understand, it was written off the screen play...so the movie came first?...
  • Gillian
    Jan 14, 2019
    I?m sorry, but did someone put a spell on me and made my heart into a stone while reading this book because it?s incapable of feeling any emotions aside from exasperation? It's such a bummer that this book has one of the prettiest covers I've ever seen, yet it has the MOST CRAPP...
  • Charlotte May
    May 22, 2019
    Library copy available for pick up Is this gonna break me? Probably yeah ...
  • Lola
    Feb 01, 2019
    This was my first romance novel in? months. I couldn?t bring myself to read a story that focused heavily on a boy and a girl falling in love for a long time. That?s what happens when there is boy drama (and its aftershocks) in my life. I needed to step away from romance and f...
  • Eryn
    Feb 24, 2019
    2 / 5 ~ I?m convinced this was written for children but advertised as Young Adult because it would make more profit or something (or maybe I have no idea what I?m talking about?), because the writing in Five Feet Apart is not good. There are too many exclamation marks, the stor...
  • Andrea Tome
    Nov 22, 2018
    Two things before I start my review: 1. I really, really, REALLY wanted to like this book. I believe it?s urgent to raise awareness about CF and many other chronic illnesses (many of them invisible) countless people live with. 2. I don?t have CF and I don?t have family memb...
  • April (Aprilius Maximus)
    Feb 15, 2019
    *2.5 stars* I had super low expectations going into this, but found myself really enjoying it. I really liked the characters (the side characters were also great) and even though the ending was corny as all hell, I thought it was a solid read. HOWEVER, (view spoiler)[the only ch...
  • Maria Espadinha
    May 12, 2019
    Love Conquers All (?!) Is it possible to fall in love, whilst suffering from a terminal disease? Is it possible to love someone deeply, without any sort of physical contact? Will love be strong enough to survive against all odds? It?s these kind of questions (and answe...
  • Kelly Brigid ♡
    Oct 19, 2018
    Here's a link to the trailer! ? ?Every place is different. Every place is unique. It?s the hospitals I?m seeing them from that are the same.? As a whole, this novel doesn?t suffer from any critical faults. It?s a solid story, with a sweet romance, and brings about g...
  • Gabby
    Mar 23, 2019
    This book is like Everything Everything meets The Fault In Our Stars because they have to keep their distance and he?s slowly dying but she?s also suffering. The story follows two teens, she has cystic fibrosis and he has B. cepacia This isn?t usually something I would pick up...
  • Kylie Amber
    Jan 20, 2019
    This book had me laughing, smiling , and crying all at the same time ...
  • Nick
    Feb 16, 2019
    is this the next the fault in our stars? ...
  • Norma * Traveling Sister
    Nov 19, 2018
    Heartfelt, touching & absorbing! FIVE FEET APART by RACHAEL LIPPINCOTT was such an endearing, engaging and a sweet Teens & YA novel featuring two teenage main characters, Stella and Will who are both patients in the hospital with Cystic Fibrosis that fall in love. I was tota...
  • Beth
    Jun 01, 2019
    2.5 Stars I don?t know what it is about me reading these types of books, but it was just okay for me? I can?t talk about the rep in this, but I dunno... I?ll think more about this and add some more thoughts later, maybe? I think i know what it is. It's got the same type ...
  • Zainab
    Jan 19, 2019
    I was going to start off by making a joke about the vine reference 'two bros chilling in a hot tub five feet apart 'cause they're not gay' (remember that vine?) but I've thought about it so much it's not funny anymore. But if you do find it funny; thank you, I try. Anyway, you can re...
  • Michelle
    Apr 09, 2019
    DNF I tried, I really did. This is just not my type of book. I knew that before I even cracked the cover but since someone lent it to me (without my asking) I felt I had to at least try. Sick teenagers and insta-love just aren't my thing apparently. Not to mention I found both of th...
  • Azrah
    Jul 27, 2018
    So the movie trailer is out and i'm excited to read this. NOT BECAUSE I'm eager to read yet another book about a teenager(s) with a chronic illness that is also being made into a movie. But because: A. Cole Sprouse B. Cole Sprouse ... and because I prefer reading the book first, s...
  • Kayla Dawn
    May 26, 2019
    Yeah no, I'm not doing this. Nope. I don't want to give this a rating after not even having read 100 pages but I'm almost 100% sure this would've been a 1 star read. Oh god, these characters are such obnoxious teenagers. Not as in realistically obnoxious but as in the cliche YA...
  • Aqsa
    May 26, 2019
    Just watched Five Feet Apart (2019) and I loved it. I loved it so much! I might not have seen it today if not for Christine. Thank you so much for recommending it! It was really beautiful. I knew it'll break my heart when I just five minutes in. But it wasn't that sad as it was beautif...
  • Tam_ the_ med_bookie
    Mar 02, 2019
    4 ? for all the characters and tears involved! I was definitely not expecting this story when I picked up this one. I don't know as well as I do know why I kept comparing this one with The Fault in Our Stars movie (sorry to say that I haven't read the book by John Green yet, fo...