The book was about getting one more chance to correct something that has been done wrong and also to uncover a new beginning after a very poignant endThe book was about getting one more chance to correct something that has been done wrong and also to uncover a new beginning after a very poignant ending.
Our main character was Taylor who is spending her “last” summer with her family especially with her dad. They had stop coming to their rest house for roughly five years for different various reasons and with that Taylor wasn’t able to fix some misunderstanding with her only friend and merely ex/boyfriend. Coming back was not simple but they have to do it for her dad and act as if everything was alright, and also to make things better not only for her but also to those people she had deserted without any explanation because she was frightened.
The character of Taylor was most of the part vulnerable and fragile which I tend to try to understand her more and want to comfort her though her actions toward hurting Henry again and again was absurd and totally a bitch and selfish move. But I do love that part because it only shows that it’s not always guys that does that kind of move sometimes girls does it too. I love the part wherein Taylor and her dad saw the meteor shower and when she finally said she loves him. There are a lot of scenes that made me shed a tear probably even a better tear jerker than The Fault In Our Stars by John Green though I think both will make you feel an emotional breakdown in the end.
I recommend the book to everyone. It’s a very nice contemporary book and it’s a must read! ...more
The story is about how the life of two people can change in a single night by pretending to be in a relationship for five minutes. Nick, the music genThe story is about how the life of two people can change in a single night by pretending to be in a relationship for five minutes. Nick, the music generator and song writer, and Norah, the catholic school bitch who only tends to care for her best friend. During a gig Nick met Norah who is only there to watch and listen to her favorite songs being played by some of the bands, Tris, Nick’s ex-girlfriend was also there with a new guy now obviously he doesn’t want to look pathetic being alone so he confront Norah and plead for her to be his girl for five minutes which in the end changes both of their lives. I love Nick’s character and I assume his part was written by Levithan. While reading, I can sense some of the elements from Will Grayson, Will Grayson which is collaboration with John Green.
The book is sweet to read and quite fast too since it has only more than a hundred pages. I love the lesbo action between Tris and Norah and the steaming Pepsi action of Nick and Norah. The narrative was written in both Nick and Norah’s point of view which is good because you can see both of the characters ideas and thoughts towards certain scenes. ...more
The story was about a boy falling in love with a girl; he followed her and chased her and at the same time tries to protect her from him and his kind.The story was about a boy falling in love with a girl; he followed her and chased her and at the same time tries to protect her from him and his kind. Our main character is “R”, he is a zombie, and he lives on an abandoned airport outside the main city with his fellow Dead. He met Julie right after eating her boyfriend’s brain which seems scrumptious. Feeding on the brains of their prey makes them sense and feel the memories of that particular individual. Now he started to feel something towards Julie, something that he had already forgotten he had.
R’s character was good. He disrupted the idea of everything we know about zombies. I like his ideas and thoughts, didn’t know the undead likes music and souvenirs too. The story was very predictable and it kind of lacks surprises which make the readers keep guessing, I love the romance between R and Julie though.
Some zombie fans won’t like it or either read it but I still recommend it. ...more