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  • Book Name: You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone 
  • Authors: Rachel Lynn Solomon
  • Pages: 306
  • Genre: Domestic Fiction
  • Publish Date:  2 January 2018
  • Language: English

Book review:

You'll Miss Me When I'm Gone by Rachel Lynn Solomon number one this is a book about twins and we get both of their perspectives and i think twins are always just really interesting to read about 

Number two the characters are jewish as am i and i think there still just aren't enough books out there especially contemporary ones with jewish main characters number three this book is set in seattle 

I feel like that really adds to the atmosphere and tension of the story just the gloominess of that setting number four there is romance both one that is really sweet and easy to root for 

one that's a little more complicated and number five there are heartbreaking moments throughout for sure but this is ultimately a hopeful book about sisters learning to repair their relationship after receiving life-changing results from a genetic test those are all of my reasons to be riveted by you'll miss me when i'm gone.

Rachel Lynn Solomon died at the age of eighteen in a shooting at her high school in 2006. She shared her story with the world through her autobiography and countless media appearances. She was an inspiring young woman who fought for justice for herself and other victims of bullying. She will be remembered for her bravery and tenacity in the face of tragedy.

Rachel's death inspired people to wear black and create art in tribute to her memory. Her family and friends painted, wrote poems, sang songs and played guitar in tribute to Rachel's talent and life. 

They also created black memorial bracelets, T-shirts and dolls in Rachel's honor. Many people also wore Rachel's trademark pigtails during this time. Her death was heartbreaking, but the creative expression honoring Rachel showed that people were able to move on from her death.

Rachel's legacy lives on through college scholarships named after her and military scholarships she helped fund. She also wrote books about grief after her own experience with it. She sought to help other grieving people by speaking out

against bullying and offering support to those affected by school shootings like hers. She also advocated for stronger gun control laws and raising awareness about mental health issues among those affected by tragedies like hers. Through these actions, Rachel showed she was willing to help others when she herself had been hurt so badly.

Rachel inspired others through her life story and social activism. She led protests against bullying and attended memorials for victims of the 2007 North Valley School Shooting in California. She also participated in a student march for gun reform after a classmate shot her in the face at age fourteen. 

She advocated for greater awareness of issues surrounding mental health, including stress, depression, substance abuse, self-harm and suicide prevention among them.

Rachel lived an exemplary life that demonstrated overcoming tragedy through activism- both civil rights for those suffering from bullying and post-traumatic growth among school shooting victims' families and friends. 

While many have followed in Rachel's footsteps since her passing, she continues to influence today through writings, speaking engagements and activism efforts to honor her life.

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