I don't even know how to rate this one.
It's good, yeah, great even...but, I liked it NOT because of Will and Layken's love story (which I think is the main theme of this book). What moved me (TO TEARS) was those side stories that I had read along the way; Will's parents and his early responsibility, Layken and her Dad, Layken and her mom, Eddie and her story. Oh god. Those stories really made me love this book, hard!
Will, I admire a lot. Layken, just fine. Actually, it was Eddie I really fell in love with. It's just that I can't relate with Layken. I mean, if I am faced with the same situation as hers, I don't think I would act that way. Well, I'm a different person. I really thought that Will did the right thing. I understand why he had to do all those stuffs.
Slam poetry. Le sigh. Never thought I'd fell for poetry. Wow. Colleen Hoover really know how to express emotions through words. Makes me want to watch Slam Poetry live. Another big sigh.