Will Grayson by John Green
John Green’s writing style is always shown in ALL of his novels. Same attack, same momentum, same catch. But among all his novels (except Let It Snow, I haven’t read that one yet), this is a bit of a disappointment for me. I skipped some of the parts since I found it a bit non-sense. Looking for Alaska and The Fault in Our Stars are way too better than this one.
Paper Towns by John Green
Average. Not so good, not so bad either. Just like what I’ve mentioned before on David Levithan’s Every You, Every Me book, I’m not really into the emo teenage i-feel-kinda-lost-leave-me-alone-mid-life-crisis-depressed-depressed-depressed drama. I just can’t put my finger as to why these kinds of stories are “in” and “appealing” to the young adult crowd nowadays. It’s depressing and non-sense.
The Time Keeper by Mitch Albom
Finally, I breathed a sigh of relief when I came across this. A decent, short and very simple book on learning the valuable lesson of how to not take things for granted and how to live and make the most out of what you have, including time.
PS, I Love You by Cecila Ahern
The husband’s death nearly broke Holly to bits but she managed to stay strong and put to move on with her life. Shortly after Gerry’s death, Holly received a package from Gerry, containing “the list”.Seems like Gerry has been preparing for a surprise for Holly before his death meant to help Holly get on with her life with peace and light that she deserves.
Beautiful Disaster by Jamie McGuire
I’m a sucker for good love stories. The moment I started this, I wasn’t able to put this down! A beautiful love story of two people meant to be together amidst the heart breaking issues and indifferences they had to face. This really blew me away. I practically fell in love with Travis.
Walking Disaster by Jamie McGuire
The next part after Beautiful Disaster, Walking Disaster is now told from Travis’ perspective. Letting me know what he was thinking, made me fall in love with him more. 🙂 haha