Griffin has been in love with Theo for years, and even
though they are both teenagers, they know that they
belong together. But when Griffin loses Theo to drowning, he
has no idea what to do. They had broken up and Theo had
found someone else. This didn't stop them from still being
Jackson, Theo's boyfriend at the time of his death, had a
lot in common with Griffin. The two most important men in
Theo's life shared mannerisms, maybe that's why Theo found
himself drawn to both. But after Theo's death, Griffin and
Jackson try to form a bond and mourn together. Even to the
point where they sleep together. But is this a step
forward, or just a way for two heartbroken young men to find
solace in the arms of another person who understands their
Adam Silvera, you brought tears to my eyes. What a great
story of young love. I was so impressed the way that
you went from present to past, which brought the
whole story together. I found myself really loving the
characters in this story and I couldn't decide whose side
to be on, Griffin who loved Theo so much, or Theo who had
enough love for two people. Because of Theo's death,
history is all you left.
I also like the way the family stood behind both boys.
Not being upset at all that they were in love. Both set
of parents did their best to try and
help Griffin, while still trying to mourn their son's death.
My heart was broke for Griffin and Jackson. Who loved him
more, hard to tell? Going through so much at a young age.
But both coming out as better men. HISTORY IS ALL YOU HAVE
LEFT is an unforgettable book.
Heartbreak comes in all forms, this one will really touches
OCD-afflicted Griffin has just lost his first love, Theo, in
a drowning accident. In an attempt to hold onto every piece
of the past, he forges a friendship with Theo's last
boyfriend, Jackson. When Jackson begins to exhibit signs of
guilt, Griffin suspects he's hiding something, and will stop
at nothing to get to the truth about Theo's death. But as
the grieving pair grows closer, readers will question
Griffin's own version of the truth—both in terms of what
he's willing to hide and what true love means.