I have practically zilch to say about this book.Wait, I do have something. Reading This Song Will Save Your Life didn't feel like reading. It's like one of those really well-written fantasies that just suck you in- but different too, because the magic here is in Elise and her passion for music and her nightly visits. There's magic right here in this book- magic like glitter, in the realm of logic; something no nihilist out there can scoff at. I finished TSWSYL in one evening and the moment I emerged, I had to take a couple minutes to orient myself.It is a brilliant novel and while I had a few bones to pick here and there, somehow they've been lost in the stack of... something good that you stack?Also someone who's read it, help me! I don't get the last line of the book.I’ll type up a new version of this and email it to you, Joy—otherwise it’s too messy to read! I don’t love all these suggestionsbut can use some of them . . .Maybe I sorta do, I don't really know, and if it means what I think it means or even if it doesn't, I HATE it! I don't get why but the paragraph before than one I loved to bits and this one... ugh! I also love the cover and I want those headphones. Bloody hell, I require them!Many thanks to the publishers for providing a review copy.