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- Publication Date: June 6, 2018
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B07DLKYL2S
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We really get to see the day to day life and emotions that go with someone being diagnosed with kidney disease and I think Micalea did a wonderful job portraying that, especially since she has had to deal with this for the past year. I have a better understanding and empathy now for people going through this and a better appreciation for the whole medical system. I loved the realness to the storyline and how this could happen to anyone. While this book is considered a romance, I don't think that was the whole point to the book since it was more of a slow burn between Willa and Jasper, with just a few kisses shared here and there.
Willa is an incredibly strong and inspiring character for everyone going through this tough disease or just anyone going through a rough time. Jasper was such an in depth character and I loved getting to know him through Willa's eyes, although I would have loved to get some of his perspective throughout the book. These two were perfect for one another and they really helped each other heal and learn to live again. I also loved the side characters: Harlow (Willow's sister), Spencer, and Meredith. I loved the sisterly bond between Harlow and Willa and am definitely looking forward to read more about Harlow and Spencer in the next book in the series.
Every single part of this book taught me something and made me feel every emotion under the sun. This was truly a beautiful, incredible story and was definitely one of my top favorites by this author. This was definitely a 5 star read for me and I can't recommend it enough!!
I have waited so long for this book.
And damn it's everything I hoped it would be.
One thing I love about Micalea's writing is just when I think I have it all figured out, I don't. You have no clue what is going to happen next.
"It doesn't mean we're crazy, or that this is that dreaded insta-love I hate reading about, it just means we have a connection that transcends the rational." -Willa
And she was right. They didn't have an insta-love, they had an instant connection. The way they just clicked, you would think they had known each other their whole lives. Them being together, finding each other at the precise moment was fate. No doubt about it.
This book is all about living when you think a part of you has died, not just being alive, but really LIVING. It's about throwing fear out the window and trying something new, experience something worth while and not closing yourself off when it would be so much easier.
It shows that Micalea really put her heart and soul into this book. Willa's story may not be Micalea's exactly, but you can tell she still put pieces of her story into it. It really opens my eyes into what transplant patients of any kind have to go through.
It's hard to put into words everything this book made me feel, but at the same time I could go on for days talking about it. I'm not one to highlight a book that is nonfiction, but this book had so many great quotes that I couldn't help myself, they are words I hope to remember
Side note: HARLOW! I could of lived with Harlow not getting her own book like Micalea had planned in the beginning. But it may have crushed me a little. Especially after that epilogue it's a damn good thing she's getting her own book or there may have been a revolt. I am so looking forward to Harlow's (and here's to hoping it's Spencer's too since that was a little up in the air) story. But then again I look forward to anything Micalea writes.
"It's always good to love something so much you wish for more but appreciate that it has to end"
The Other Side of Tomorrow is incredible. Willa's story is heartfelt. Real.
The story is a slow-burn at first, you see what a day-to-day life with kidney disease looks like for this incredibly strong and inspiring young woman. Her views on life as she lives is beautiful.
Jasper he was such and in-depth character. It was truly fascinating getting to know him through Willa's eyes.
Every part of this book taught me something, made me feel something. Truly a beautiful story.
I cannot wait to read Harlow's story.
It's a story about life.
A story about a girl who lost the life as she knew it, faced with a terrible disease and how she had to become a fighter to live.
It's a story about death.
A story about a boy who lost his brother and his way in the world.
It's a story about darkness and light, about good and bad, about fear and hope...
It's a story that will make you laugh and cry, and learn. Because there is so much to learn from this book and from Willa.
And finally, it's a love story.
A love story about two broken, hurting people who find their way to each other. One marked by the death of his loved one, the death that brought life to another person.