The Next Day: A Graphic Novella - Jason Gilmore, John Porcellino This graphic novel was based on a series of interviews with four people who survived suicide attempts. Each character have their own story to tell.

Suicide is definitely a very sensitive topic. When I was reading this I remembered Jay Asher's Thirteen Reasons Why. Hannah comitted suicide and she died. The characters in this novel however did not. They were given a chance to make things right. To improve themselves.

The book dealt with a very heavy topic but the illustrations made it a comfortable read. I loved the concept. A real eye-opener.

"I was constantly yelling at the voice in my head. It's a real voice but it's your own reality. We're all living in our own reality"