All the Bright Places - Part 2: Violet: March 21 and Beyond – Part 3: Violet: April Summary & Analysis

Jennifer Niven
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In Violet’s “March 21” narration Violet tells Finch she needs to talk to him but he distracts her by taking her into the closet, which he has painted with pictures of the planets and stars. They glow by a black light installed in the ceiling. He points out the Jupiter and Pluto are aligned making the room a permanent Jovian-Plutonian gravitational chamber. Violet realizes how much she’s worried about Finch, but also how much she loves him. As his birthday present, Violet gives Finch a first-edition copy of Woolf’s The Waves. He tells her it was the same book he’d been looking for. Finch talks about how being sucked into a black hole would be the coolest way to die. Violet tells Finch he’s the best friend she’s ever had, then starts...

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