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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 6 May 2021
Gah!! These two...I just want to hug them to bits!! All the stars....🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟

This volume has it all including a very heartfelt and serious message from the Author [but told in a very matter of fact way] about mental illness and how you can and MUST get help. We know that Charlie has had anxiety/self-harm issues in the past, and tied into that, problems with eating but in this story, Charlie finally confesses all to Nick and Nick is so upset that HE starts to panic. Thank God for Nick's mum who is completely amazing [and MUCH more understanding than Charlie's own mum], and things eventually start to get better.

There are characters I dislike intensely such as Nick's brother David [🀬🀬], and I'm not that keen on his stay-away dad either, but there are FAR more likeable/loveable characters πŸ’•πŸ’•πŸ’•, too numerous to name here, who make you feel as though everything will turn out OK in Heartstopper: Volume Five, which will sadly be the last in the series. I understand that Netflix have picked up the rights to the series, and can only hope that they don't Americanise it too much...otherwise it will be ruined. ***update. I understand that the cast is British and is based over here, so fingers crossed. 🀞🀞🀞***
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