AN UNEXPECTED LOVE
AND AN UNFORGETTABLE TWIST
As I was reading the book, I sort of thought of Michael as a pedophile. It was clear even from the start that Michael is interested with Jane. He just didn’t thought of it that way but in his subconscious, he likes her.
What’s so unbelievable was Michael becoming human. And the fact that nothing about his history was explained made me annoyed with the story. There’s just a missing element to the story and I can’t figure it out as of this moment.
It could have been more beautiful if the story ended with Jane dying and Michael remaining as who he really was. (I’m not a sucker for a tragic ending but sometimes it’s the only way to make a great ending for a story.)
Love means you can never be apart.
People always remember the worst day of their lives. It becomes part of them forever.
When your own romantic life is falling apart, everyone else’s looks fabulous.
Just because life is hard, and always ends in a bad way, doesn’t mean that all stories have to, even if that’s what they tell us in school and in the New York Times Book Review. In fact, it’s a good thing that stories are as different as we are, one from another.