I think about this book a lot. I think about Sean and how I grew to love and care about him. I thought about his utter maleness. I admit I think a lot less about Cary, but Sean was…he was something else. I literally went from thinking he was a POS to thinking he’s great and missing him a lot. I definitely recommend this book for those curious. I still think it could have used some editing…but I still don’t know what I would have cut.

Leta Blake

This book is brilliant. The end. This book is flawed. The end. This book is real. The end. There are so many ways I could start this review and so many ways to end it. Over the months that I took to read it, I’ve written tons and tons of reviews in my head. This book was infuriating, frustrating, amazing, brilliant and beautiful. It took me a very long time to read, in part, because I had to take immense breaks from the hyper-realism portrayed between its pages. Every line is so vivid that I could see it all in my mind perfectly and it was at times overwhelming.

This book took me from hating the characters, to liking them, to growing to love them, to aching for them, but, more importantly, it then took me one step farther into forgetting that they weren’t real people. I admit this wasn’t…

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