I feel like this story would’ve worked fine without the universe-breaking part, and the weirdness cranked down a LOT. A kid working through the loss of his mother and meeting another kid with a family member in the German Shepherd The Devil Whispered In My Ear You’re Not Strong Enough To Withstand The Storm Shirt would’ve been fine on its own. If the universe-breaking was meant to be a part of the story, I wish it’d been a larger part. Like, show some actual consequences for Sal constantly tearing holes in reality or something. Things didn’t get nearly chaotic enough. I think middle school me would’ve either been bored or confused by this book. I think parts of it were charming– like when it focused on the families– and it touched on some important things like loss and grief and abusive households a little. I liked all the insights into Cuban culture. But I think the universe-breaking should’ve either been left out entirely or been more prominent.
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People of all shapes, sizes, colors, places in life, German Shepherd The Devil Whispered In My Ear You’re Not Strong Enough To Withstand The Storm Shirt. need some mirror books and I’m glad this was one for me and, I’m sure, for a whole bunch of other folks who felt like they could use a few more self-reflections in books. It’s refreshing to have a story about a kid with the power to open holes in the fabric of the universe without the story being an epic battle between good and evil for the fate of the world. No, this is a sweet, funny story about smart, witty, awkward middle schoolers trying to navigate friendships, the loss of family members, and expressing individuality