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What took me by surprise at first was the way the story started. Told at first through diary entries of main character Mickey as at a very young age she’s diagnosed with Hodgkin’s Lymphoma and begins chemotherapy in order to treat it was definitely something I didn’t expect when I started.
I was also surprised with just how young the characters were. I went into this figuring it would be young adult, but other than the occasional book that I read over from my younger days, this is definitely the youngest I’ve read lately. The majority of this tale being told from the age of 12/13.
Once I was swept up into the relationship that begins with Mickey and Johnny, I was taken in by the level of maturity Johnny seemed to display. I can safely say being the mom of boys and coming into contact with a lot of their friends, there aren’t many boys at that age that would be as supportive as Johnny was. Care as much as he did. I came away with not only a great deal of love for that character but also respect. So kudos to the author for that.
This story was equal parts adorable, sweet and sad, but definitely one that I’m glad I took the chance on. Making me feel more than I thought I would as it all unfolded and even a time or two bringing a tear to my eye.
The only thing keeping this from being a full 5* was the way it ended.Read more ›
“Have you ever wished you could have something so bad, even though you knew it was forbidden?
Jonathan Gates was just that—forbidden. He was everything I could ever want in a man: charming, a great listener, open-minded, and funny. It also didn't hurt that he was easy on the eyes.
We'd been through a lot together: breakups, makeups, firsts, lasts, and anything else you can imagine. I was once told he was my soul mate, but I refused to believe that.
I didn't want to love him. I didn't want to fall for him because...he was my best friend!
But I did, and I fell for him hard. I was in love with my best friend, and it was time he knew how I really felt.”
*** I used to read a lot more YA books and this reminds me a little bit of The Fault in our Stars as this is about the struggles two young people go through together as Mickey fight the cancer battle. The two characters in this book is much younger - early teens. I think the youngest couple I ever read. The dialogues are funny and child like (which I am not used to ) sometimes I have to remind myself that these are just kids… So for the YA audiences the writing is spot on cute, funny, sweet and heart-felt. The chapters are shorter which I think is also geared toward YA readers.
“It’s a friendship bracelet. I’m not into beads and all that flashy stuff, but I figured I could make a green one for me and a purple one for you, to represent our friendship.”
This book is a dual POV alternating Mickey and Johnny. The story starts out with Mickey finding out that she has a lump which turned out to be cancer. So the battle begins for Mickey with doctors visits, and chemo, and the side effects.Read more ›
We meet Michelle (Mickey) and Jonathan (Johnny) when they are twelve. We get both their POVs and we get to read Mickey's journal too. I really like the journal parts. When Mickey meets Johnny she is going through some tough things. Johnny is there for her when she needs him. They form this amazing friendship. As they get older things start to change with them. They go through ups and downs with their relationship. There were parts where they were apart. I so wanted them to be together. The first time they were apart, I was really upset and wanted to stop reading. I was routing for them to be together.
I loved that we get to see Johnny grow into John and Mickey grow into Michelle. It's a great sweet emotional read.
A copy was received for a review.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
In my opinion, this is the best book Niquel has written to this date.
Since her first books, her writing has become more developed and more sophisticated. Read more
Good-bye, with Love by Niquel starts out with the main characters at the young, innocent age of twelve. Michelle Dawson has been through some hard times. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Itsy Bitsy Book Bits
The synop pulled me in , I enjoyed this author's other work so that was a draw AND I loved the cover. Read morePublished 5 months ago by amie
I received a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. The opinions in this review are my own. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Book lady
My 3.5 star review of Good-bye, with Love
I really enjoyed this story from Niquel. It was beautifully written and emotional, just like i like them. Read more
Good-bye, with Love is a very sweetly emotional story. Mickey finds out that she has cancer, and her life changes drastically. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jennifer Pierson: The Power of Three Readers
The story of Mickey and Johnny was nothing shy of amazing. They are a couple of young middle school kids who happen to meet in Science class when Johnny gets transferred and they... Read morePublished 5 months ago by Ambie055
Goodbye With Love was one of the few novels I have had a hard time actually getting into this year. The story line started out slow; the main characters - Mickey Dawson, and Johnny... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kelsey Nelson
This is the first book I've read by Niquel, and it surely won't be the last! Going into this, I thought the book would be entirely new adult, but I came to find that the majority... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mo