- File Size: 624 KB
- Print Length: 105 pages
- Publication Date: August 4, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B074BRHBV8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #43,487 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Thirty Days: Part Three (A SwipeDate Novella) Kindle Edition
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On a very personal note (and this is not easy). I myself suffer from PTSD, depression and anxiety. I lost my little brother when i was only 4 years old and the images of that day have never left me and neither have the nightmares. I suffered mental and physical abuse within relationships and it took years to break free from it including dealing with addiction brought on by it. My rock growing up was my grandmother and I still blame myself from not being there when she suffered with the worst effects of Alzheimer's and when she passed away because I was thousands of miles away. Even now with ongoing family struggles due to illnesses, a teenage daughter that fights PTSD and addiction (a fight she is currently not winning) I know I'm not alone. Reading has become my outlet and passion to deal with my struggles. Its an escape, at least for while, into another world where I can relate with characters and take in the deeper meaning of a story.
Thank you BT Urruela for bringing out these emotions and sharing Gavin's journey. You have achieved your goal in making this book emotional and relatable with your honesty. From the bottom of my heart....thank you.
Can I really convey to anyone the friendships that Gavin shares with Bobby or Javon. How much they care and worry about him and just want to make sure he's ok.
How about the love of his Grandmother Gracie and how she was his light. How all he desperately wants is just one more moment with her where she clearly sees Gavin. Let's not forget nurse Jackie that has become his family through the care that she's given Gracie through the years.
Can I just say I literally stood up and applauded when he finally told Joanne exactly how he felt. I could literally see this perfect little blonde Barbie doll standing on the stoop with wide eyes when Gavin correspondents vomited all over her!
Then Sami where do I begin. She pulled on my heartstrings from book one. Gavin just seemed so sweet with her and seemed to really enjoy spending time with her. Kind of felt as though through the writing that BT gave us that she was like a balm to his soul.
So I thank you BT for taking me on this journey with you. Thank you for making me feel as though you were speaking directly to me at times. I'm a huge reader and I read a bit of everything. Some books I just read to read and then there are some that I enjoy. However then there are other books that when unread them I feel as though they've just swallowed my heart and my soul. This has been that book for me!!!!
This trilogy taught me so many valuable lessons. We all go through things in life and ultimately there is a reason for everything. All the pain we go through regardless if it is from childhood or losing someone we feel that we love. Over time you will realize that whatever that is/was happened for a reason.
Grief is also something that we all must live with. While reading this book I could feel the raw grief and emotion that Gavin was going through which made this last book such a phenomenal read.
I felt that Gavin throughout this trilogy was such a multi-dimensional character. I felt everything he felt.
Towards the end of the book when Gavin was finally able to write again it showed you that as life comes full circle the ability to do those things that we love so much falls into place.
This trilogy is one of my favorites and they are such great short quick reads.
BT Urruela reaches all the dynamic character depths with Gavin and then some. Uruella pulls out all the stops with Gavin's metamorphosis and pens a truly beautiful exploration of self, personal growth, loathing to loving, and most of all the strength in self-actualization to carry on and face one's demons. The raw, rich, realities of the situations Urruela explores through Gavin are without a doubt both heart wrenching and heart fulfilling. This juxtaposition within one character is well developed and truly addresses the truths about the human condition and how precious life is on multiple levels. The Thirty Days trilogy is one not to be missed. It is truly a testament to Urruela's prose works which are made unique through his special finger print of a fictional realism touch.