I kept getting images in my head of everything they described.
The format of this book -- email correspondence -- likely posed a big challenge to the author in telling the story properly, but she mastered it.
The more Connor gets to know Izzy, the more he realizes that sometimes she is far too high and sometimes she is far too low.
Amazing story! Couldn't put
It down! Just wish there was part two of this! Love her books! They're so amazing!
Great book, theres every emotion in this book, i loved it. Kind of sad, but those are always the best books.Published 9 months ago by wendi stone
Another great read from this author :) Amy Reed continues to utilize unexpected techniques for drawing the reader inside of her characters' heads -- always at once a hopeful,... Read morePublished 18 months ago by Dana Sitar
this was a pretty good book I did get into it pretty easy and it does have a tendency to help people understand the way some people live and what they go through that you wouldn't... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Leslie Hawkins
There is no way I'm going to manage to be rational about this book. There isn't. Like Izzy, I have (undiagnosed) bipolar disorder or, at the very least, cyclothymia. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Merle
Ok so I mean you can't exactly hate on it. You think they're gonna get together much earlier than they do...the end of the book which was like. WOW. REALLY. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Angel Blount
great book my 15 year old who dislikes reading read the first book to this story...wow...she actually read for her own pleasure and not that it was something she had to do for... Read morePublished 22 months ago by heidi maynard
I'm not a big crier, but this book made me cry during my commute. There were some big dramatic moments where I was genuinely worried about the characters. Read morePublished on September 7, 2012 by Alison Knowles