So where do I start with this book... Oh I know! I really didn't like this book! Now wait just a minute before you throw a shoe at the screen. I'll tell you why I didn't like this book and why I gave it the rating I did. First let's start with the rating. I rate my books on how well they are written, originality of the story line, character development, pacing of the story, among other things. This book had all these attributes by the bucket load. Exceptional writing, unique story line, complex characters. Which is why I gave it five stars.
Now to the fun part. Why I didn't like this book. The honest answer is it made me feel too much. Now you're are probably wondering how can I not like a book like that? This book made me feel happy, sad, scared, grateful and a bit guilty as well. I was born to a generation and a country that didn't have to face the horrors of war. I hear about the destruction that wars bring in the news and I change the channel. Why? Because it makes me sad. This book teaches us how fragile life can be. One day you might be enjoying a beautiful day in the sun and the next something unimaginable might happen to you and the people you love.
I didn't t like this book because it made me face my own inadequacies head on. How I should show the people that I love how much I love them more often. How I should treasure every minute that I am blessed to have them in my life. How I should endeavor to be brave and face the challenges that life throws my way. So be brave, love more, take chances but above all enjoy every minute of this fickle life because each and everyone of them is precious.