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Ollie and Moritz are best friends, but they can never meet. Ollie is allergic to electricity. Contact with it causes debilitating seizures. Moritz’s weak heart is kept pumping by an electronic pacemaker. If they ever did meet, Ollie would seize. But Moritz would die without his pacemaker. Both hermits from society, the boys develop a fierce bond through letters that become a lifeline during dark times—as Ollie loses his only friend, Liz, to the normalcy of high school and Moritz deals with a bully set on destroying him.

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Comments on: "Because you’ll never meet me – Leah Thomas" (1)

  1. Because you’ll never meet me by Leah Thomas. Is a book about two kids Ollie and Moritz. They are best friends and can never meet each other. This is because if Ollie goes near electricity he will have a spaz attack whilst Moritz has a pacemaker and if he turned that off he’ll surely die before meeting Ollie. My favorite part of this book is just before Ollie starts writing an autobiography of himself, he creates a teaser. “I’ve died,” this absolutely intrigued me. The first questions that come to mind when I had herd this where, what had happened? is that why he can’t go near electricity? Does this have anything to do with Moritz? Ollie is my favorite character because he is the type of person that is a giver. He doesn’t expect anything back. He just helps people when ever he can, and he does it with the can do attitude that everyone strives for. I can relate to Ollie in that he often tries to put on that he is happy but really something is eating him up inside. The only part of the book that I would change is that I would add cliffhangers to the end of each chapter to draw in the attention of the reader. Other wise I loved this book and would definitely recommend it to others. This is the type of book to read if you’re the type of person who likes to scatter your self across a variety of themes and books because this book has action, comedy, drama, sad, and suspense.

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