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Where She Went ❮Read❯ ➲ Where She Went Author Gayle Forman – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk Wacht op mij begint drie jaar na Mia's ongeluk Adam en zijn band zijn inmiddels doorgebroken Aan de vooravond van hun wereldtournee is Adam in New York eenzaam en ongelukkig Sommige mensen denken dat Wacht op mij begint drie jaar na Mia's ongeluk Adam en zijn band zijn inmiddels doorgebroken Aan de vooravond van hun wereldtournee is Adam in New York eenzaam en ongelukkig Sommige mensen denken dat roem alles oplost maar Adam kan zijn succes niet aan Om door te kunnen gaan met zijn leven zal hij eerst zijn verleden moeten accepteren.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 253 pages
  • Where She Went
  • Gayle Forman
  • Dutch
  • 12 October 2016

About the Author: Gayle Forman

Award winning author and journalist Gayle Forman has written several bestselling novels for young adults including the Just One Series I Was Here Where She Went and the New York Times bestseller If I Stay which has been translated into than languages and in was adapted into a major motion picture Gayle published Leave Me her first novel starring adults in and her latest.



10 thoughts on “Where She Went

  1. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    I wonder if it is ok that I liked Where She Went so much than its predecessor I mean If I Stay was all about people dying and lying in coma and there were hardly any tears in my eyes and here I spent hours sobbing over a guy's broken heart? Am I that much into emo guys? Don't think that's the answer though Super emo Shiver's Sam and Beautiful Creatures's Ethan didn't rock my boat and how could they with their obsessions over puffy coats Scarlett O'Hara and leaky womb type poetry? Adam Wilde is emo of a different Tom Mackee The Piper's Son kind He is broken messed up hopeless talented and he can loveAdam's story was just so so bitter Throughout the book I felt that exactly like him I was filled with pain and resentment towards Mia's decisions The eventual release of all the pent up anger accompanied my uncontrollable sobs was I believe as cathartic for me as it was for Adam This book was a fantastic study of grief loss and forgiveness Beautifully beautifully writtenLadies have you hankies ready for this one 'cause I am tearing up again just thinking about it

  2. Emily May Emily May says:

    I liked If I Stay but I absolutely loved Where She Went I'm having a hard time trying to compile my thoughts on the novel because I'm still reeling from the deep heartbreaking effect it had on meTatiana's review said what I've been thinking most of all I mean If I Stay was all about people dying and lying in coma and there were hardly any tears in my eyes and here I spent hours sobbing over a guy's broken heart?That about sums up the reaction I had If someone asked you which would upset you you'd think the answer was obvious A young girl losing her entire family in a car crash versus the angst of a lovesick rockstar there should be no contest right? But Forman conveys love and loss with such raw emotion If I Stay was subtle told through mostly happy memories of the life Mia had shared with her family It was moving Where She Went wasn't moving it was gut wrenchingly sad I mean I've ran out of tissues sadI honestly felt every bit of sadness despair and anger with Adam I don't recall ever being so in tune with a male protagonist's emotions In fact it's been an awful long time since I've cared so much about the outcome of any character In most situations characters like Adam would be made to seem selfish for thinking of themselves when Mia had lost pretty much everything in that car crash Not here Or at least not in my opinion Forman obviously has a real knack for getting inside a person's head and making the reader understand feelings that may otherwise be uestionableI definitely want to read from Gayle Forman in the future That the first two novels I've read by her would affect me so much just makes me wonder what else she has up her sleeves I can't wait to find out Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube

  3. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    I understand why so many people like this book but it just wasn't for me I will say that Gayle Forman is a fantastic writer and I will continue to pick up books by her

  4. Arlene Arlene says:

    Undeniably 5 Shooting StarsAdam’s Promise If you stay I’ll do whatever you want I’ll uit the band; go with you to New York But if you need me to go away I’ll do that too And that would suck but I’ll do it I can lose you like that if I don’t lose you today I’ll let you go If you stayFans of If I Stay who thought the story concluded after Mia’s choice will experience the post trauma that not only changed her life but altered Adam’s happiness In Where She Went we face the aftermath of the recovery and begin to wonder whether Mia really survived the crash as it becomes evident that choosing to live is only half the battle As a result Adam must face the pain of honoring a promise that was made to hold on to the one he lovesThis story takes place three years after the crash and Mia’s physical recovery She’s a rising star at Juilliard and Adam is a celebrity of the rock band Shooting Star that finds himself at a crossroads The story is told in Adam’s perspective and begins the night he makes a choice to revisit the muse of his success The writing is raw and powerful and my emotions were on high alert right alongside Adam’s the entire time Gayle Forman’s powerful prose explores grief pain and the possibility of rekindling a spark surrounded by chaos I've been impatient to get my hands on this book as soon as I heard it was coming out and it didn’t disappoint one bit I love it to pieces and I read it over the course of two days not because I couldn’t finish it in one sitting but because I wanted to experience Adam’s journey in a way that would allow me to internalize his emotions and understand his pain But most of all his lyrics at the beginning of most chapters had me stopping to appreciate Forman's ability to express her characters in songIf the story ends here I think it’s a two book series well concluded I’m not saying everything is wrapped up in a pretty red bow but I will say I have hope Beautifully doneThank you Alexa for sharing with me this story that I will cherish It’s one that will definitely make my top five this year Thank you Thank you Tina you’re next Duotes that moved me I want to cut through the space that separates us measured in feet – not miles not continents not years and I want to touch her to make sure it’s really her but I can’t touch her it’s a privilege that’s been revoked Against my will but still I battle with invisible waves and imaginary vortexes and demons that are all too real and of my own making I actually feel something in my chest open a feeling so intense it’s like my heart’s about to burst And I just let it I just let it out I needed to hate someone and you’re the one I love the most so it fell on you Then she lost the battle and started to cryAll my annoyance melted “You dumb ass” I crooned kissing her on the forehead “You don’t share me You own me” I’m calm My chips are all cashed out There’s nothing to lose Or maybe I’ve already lost it and found it and whatever else there might be to lose it’s got nothing to do with what’s on stageVindicated – Dashboard Confessional Waiting for the End – Linkin Park

  5. Marie Lu Marie Lu says:

    Right so I never rate a book unless I at least like it and I almost never leave text reviewsbut Where She Went is impossibly good If I Stay was good of course but Where She Went? Good God I can't remember the last time I fell so hard for a couple My heart physically HURT throughout this book Adam oh Adam How you and Mia make me cry

  6. Claudia Ramírez Claudia Ramírez says:

    This book was so so so painfully beautiful And it was perfect I couldn't stop reading I never in my whole life imagined that THIS was what happened after Mia wakes up I mean I knew there wouldn't be a happily ever after and that they she and Adam would have to face so much difficulties BUT I NEVER EXPECTED that they would just break up Stop seeing each other It was so painful to read Adam was suffering so so much I really liked the fact that they both achieved their musical dreams Adam was a rockstar How awesome is that? And Mia was some kind of cello prodigy I was so proud of both of them ALSO I loved all the lyrics of Collateral Damage every song was amazing I wish there was a physical albumAnddd yes overall I LOVED THIS BOOK and I'm so glad I read it I kept reading and up to the very last chapters I still didn't knew how Gayle would wrap everything up to make me happy Everything was so messed up and sometimes I thought it was beyond salvation BUT WHAT SHE DID WAS MAGIC The last chapters had me tearing up like a baby tearing up with a big smile on my faceALSO ALSO Adam Wilde has earned a spot in my TOP 10 Book Boyfriend list I love him so much I want one of those in my life pretty please

  7. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    This added absolutely nothing to this series other than reconfirming how much I dislike these books

  8. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    “I needed to hate someone and you’re the one I love the most so it fell on you” ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ “You were so busy trying to be my savior that you left me all alone” This is the conclusion to Mia and Adam’s story one that captivated me until the very last page The story follows our dear characters three years after Mia awoke from a heartbreaking coma In this continuation we have the privilege to read from Adam’s point of view that is as endearing as Maia’s was It also contains the same calm and out of this world ambience and a lyrical pleasant writing that is simply impressive andperfectly suiting the story “You know I thought about that a lot these last couple of years She says in a choked voice About who was there for you Who held your hand while you grieved for all that you'd lost?” To be honest I didn’t find this book as sad as I expected to Of course I was emotional in the inside but it didn’t show up with tears Often goosebumps appeared though making me remember that this is a poignant story and that those characters are wonderful and that Adam is one of the most good hearted hero I have ever encountered in a book “Hate me Devastate me Annihilate me Re create me Re create me Won't you won't you won't you re create me” One of the things I loved the most in Where She Went is definitely the lyrics of songs wrote at the beginning of some chapters They’re enchanting and they make you understand some parts of Adam’s life better and maybe realize how he got so far and became a celebrity “First you inspect meThen you dissect meThen you reject meI wait for the dayThat you'll resurrect meAnimate” I recommend this series to everyone boy and girl teenager and adult and especially to hopeless contemporary romance lovers because the romance is absolutely wonderful and magical It's dreamy and feels so real an impressive example of true love that may seem unearthly but makes us believe that there is hope in this world for whatever shattering event could happen “Her hands were freezing just like they always were so I warmed them just like I always did” A weakness I found in this book is the lack of dialogs There were many pages that were simply filled with descriptions and mostly psychological ones I didn’t mind it but I would have appreciated dialogs since those are my favourite parts in a book Although the writing was splendid so reading Where She Went rarely felt something other than what it is a splendid storyWhat about the ending? Perfection

  9. Becky Becky says:

    I loved If I Stay LOVED IT It was one of those books that made my heart and soul ache It moved me and surprised me and lingered So much so that I kept mentally comparing the way I felt reading the two books and I admit to being a bit disappointed by this follow upThis is Adam's story I loved Adam in If I Stay He was this incredibly supportive and sensitive and wonderful guy who loved a girl so much that he would do anything for her who accepted and honored her for being the uniue and oddball opposite to him rather than wanting her to be something she wasn't who loved her family so much that their deaths were as painful to him as his own family's deaths would be I liked Adam so much that I didn't even talk about him in my If I Stay review because nothing would have really done justice to how perfect I thought he was I don't mean literally perfect he had flaws but just perfect in the situations he was in Unfortunately I barely even liked Adam in Where She Went I get that Mia leaving him left him heartbroken I get that Even taking into account the unusual aspect of the end of their relationship meaning him supporting her through the accident and the recovery I just find being heartbroken anxiety ridden depressed and self destructive for 3 years with no end in sight a bit tiresome That's longer than they were even together And yet after three years a meteoric musical career fame and fortune and success all Adam can do is blame Mia for walking out on him and leaving him cold and take that bitterness and anger out on others I don't mean to sound insensitive I know that many many people will find just this thing I found so tiresome to be rather romantic We all want to be the center of someone's world Someone's soul mate I understand what she meant to him and what their potential meant to him But with every outburst and cynical thought I just got and tired of it I also missed the music that was so much a part of what brought If I Stay to life I know that there was a lot of musical references in Where She Went but it wasn't the same I have no interest in where each of Shooting Star's songs debuted on the charts or other details of their rise It's enough to know they made it for me What I missed was the way that music mattered the way they LIVED through music not just lived by it or with it if that makes sense All of this is not to say that I disliked the book I didn't I liked it overall Some parts uite a bit than others The writing is still fantastically emotive and brutal in a way It pulls no punches and makes sure that the reader feels everything to a fault see above I WAS sad and hurt for Adam's loss and I did want him to find a measure of happiness again and if not happiness then closure and acceptance It's hard to lose those we love It's even harder to lose those we love after we've helped them through their own lost loved ones Who's there to help pick up those kind of pieces? I grieved for him for that I liked the way that the story came kind of full circle and Adam did get his closure even though it came through finding out things that certainly hurt I liked that he was able to understand and appreciate the decision that Mia made in leaving even though he was shattered by it I liked the way he found new reserves of self respect in himself because of this revelation This book didn't live up to If I Stay for me but it is by no means a bad book I like themes of lasting love and I think that many people will love this book for that reason but I just didn't think that this one had the same heart that If I Stay had and for that I can only give it 2 stars

  10. jessica jessica says:

    after finishing this ive realised two things the seuels in gayle formans series are sooo much stronger than the first book much better in terms of plot and her guy characters are sooo much compelling and interesting than her girl characters i loved reading reading from adam perspective such raw emotionmy only issue with this is one of things that stopped me from enjoying ‘if i stay’ and that is the constant back and forth between the present moment in NYC and flashbacks to the past i was invested in what was happening between adam and mia and their reunion so the flashbacks to random points over the past three years distracted me from that i appreciate that they are used for character development and filling the reader in on whats happened but i often found myself skimming forward to the present day sections overall i think this is the strongest book in this duology its not perfect but it is a wonderful ending to adam and mias story ↠ 35 stars

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10 thoughts on “Where She Went

  1. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    I wonder if it is ok that I liked Where She Went so much than its predecessor I mean If I Stay was all about people dying and lying in coma and there were hardly any tears in my eyes and here I spent hours sobbing over a guy's broken heart? Am I that much into emo guys? Don't think that's the answer though Super emo Shiver's Sam and Beautiful Creatures's Ethan didn't rock my boat and how could they with their obsessions over puffy coats Scarlett O'Hara and leaky womb type poetry? Adam Wilde is emo of a different Tom Mackee The Piper's Son kind He is broken messed up hopeless talented and he can loveAdam's story was just so so bitter Throughout the book I felt that exactly like him I was filled with pain and resentment towards Mia's decisions The eventual release of all the pent up anger accompanied my uncontrollable sobs was I believe as cathartic for me as it was for Adam This book was a fantastic study of grief loss and forgiveness Beautifully beautifully writtenLadies have you hankies ready for this one 'cause I am tearing up again just thinking about it

  2. Emily May Emily May says:

    I liked If I Stay but I absolutely loved Where She Went I'm having a hard time trying to compile my thoughts on the novel because I'm still reeling from the deep heartbreaking effect it had on meTatiana's review said what I've been thinking most of all I mean If I Stay was all about people dying and lying in coma and there were hardly any tears in my eyes and here I spent hours sobbing over a guy's broken heart?That about sums up the reaction I had If someone asked you which would upset you you'd think the answer was obvious A young girl losing her entire family in a car crash versus the angst of a lovesick rockstar there should be no contest right? But Forman conveys love and loss with such raw emotion If I Stay was subtle told through mostly happy memories of the life Mia had shared with her family It was moving Where She Went wasn't moving it was gut wrenchingly sad I mean I've ran out of tissues sadI honestly felt every bit of sadness despair and anger with Adam I don't recall ever being so in tune with a male protagonist's emotions In fact it's been an awful long time since I've cared so much about the outcome of any character In most situations characters like Adam would be made to seem selfish for thinking of themselves when Mia had lost pretty much everything in that car crash Not here Or at least not in my opinion Forman obviously has a real knack for getting inside a person's head and making the reader understand feelings that may otherwise be uestionableI definitely want to read from Gayle Forman in the future That the first two novels I've read by her would affect me so much just makes me wonder what else she has up her sleeves I can't wait to find out Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube

  3. Jesse (JesseTheReader) Jesse (JesseTheReader) says:

    I understand why so many people like this book but it just wasn't for me I will say that Gayle Forman is a fantastic writer and I will continue to pick up books by her

  4. Arlene Arlene says:

    Undeniably 5 Shooting StarsAdam’s Promise If you stay I’ll do whatever you want I’ll uit the band; go with you to New York But if you need me to go away I’ll do that too And that would suck but I’ll do it I can lose you like that if I don’t lose you today I’ll let you go If you stayFans of If I Stay who thought the story concluded after Mia’s choice will experience the post trauma that not only changed her life but altered Adam’s happiness In Where She Went we face the aftermath of the recovery and begin to wonder whether Mia really survived the crash as it becomes evident that choosing to live is only half the battle As a result Adam must face the pain of honoring a promise that was made to hold on to the one he lovesThis story takes place three years after the crash and Mia’s physical recovery She’s a rising star at Juilliard and Adam is a celebrity of the rock band Shooting Star that finds himself at a crossroads The story is told in Adam’s perspective and begins the night he makes a choice to revisit the muse of his success The writing is raw and powerful and my emotions were on high alert right alongside Adam’s the entire time Gayle Forman’s powerful prose explores grief pain and the possibility of rekindling a spark surrounded by chaos I've been impatient to get my hands on this book as soon as I heard it was coming out and it didn’t disappoint one bit I love it to pieces and I read it over the course of two days not because I couldn’t finish it in one sitting but because I wanted to experience Adam’s journey in a way that would allow me to internalize his emotions and understand his pain But most of all his lyrics at the beginning of most chapters had me stopping to appreciate Forman's ability to express her characters in songIf the story ends here I think it’s a two book series well concluded I’m not saying everything is wrapped up in a pretty red bow but I will say I have hope Beautifully doneThank you Alexa for sharing with me this story that I will cherish It’s one that will definitely make my top five this year Thank you Thank you Tina you’re next Duotes that moved me I want to cut through the space that separates us measured in feet – not miles not continents not years and I want to touch her to make sure it’s really her but I can’t touch her it’s a privilege that’s been revoked Against my will but still I battle with invisible waves and imaginary vortexes and demons that are all too real and of my own making I actually feel something in my chest open a feeling so intense it’s like my heart’s about to burst And I just let it I just let it out I needed to hate someone and you’re the one I love the most so it fell on you Then she lost the battle and started to cryAll my annoyance melted “You dumb ass” I crooned kissing her on the forehead “You don’t share me You own me” I’m calm My chips are all cashed out There’s nothing to lose Or maybe I’ve already lost it and found it and whatever else there might be to lose it’s got nothing to do with what’s on stageVindicated – Dashboard Confessional Waiting for the End – Linkin Park

  5. Marie Lu Marie Lu says:

    Right so I never rate a book unless I at least like it and I almost never leave text reviewsbut Where She Went is impossibly good If I Stay was good of course but Where She Went? Good God I can't remember the last time I fell so hard for a couple My heart physically HURT throughout this book Adam oh Adam How you and Mia make me cry

  6. Claudia Ramírez Claudia Ramírez says:

    This book was so so so painfully beautiful And it was perfect I couldn't stop reading I never in my whole life imagined that THIS was what happened after Mia wakes up I mean I knew there wouldn't be a happily ever after and that they she and Adam would have to face so much difficulties BUT I NEVER EXPECTED that they would just break up Stop seeing each other It was so painful to read Adam was suffering so so much I really liked the fact that they both achieved their musical dreams Adam was a rockstar How awesome is that? And Mia was some kind of cello prodigy I was so proud of both of them ALSO I loved all the lyrics of Collateral Damage every song was amazing I wish there was a physical albumAnddd yes overall I LOVED THIS BOOK and I'm so glad I read it I kept reading and up to the very last chapters I still didn't knew how Gayle would wrap everything up to make me happy Everything was so messed up and sometimes I thought it was beyond salvation BUT WHAT SHE DID WAS MAGIC The last chapters had me tearing up like a baby tearing up with a big smile on my faceALSO ALSO Adam Wilde has earned a spot in my TOP 10 Book Boyfriend list I love him so much I want one of those in my life pretty please

  7. Whitney Atkinson Whitney Atkinson says:

    This added absolutely nothing to this series other than reconfirming how much I dislike these books

  8. Cristina Monica Cristina Monica says:

    “I needed to hate someone and you’re the one I love the most so it fell on you” ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ ❤ “You were so busy trying to be my savior that you left me all alone” This is the conclusion to Mia and Adam’s story one that captivated me until the very last page The story follows our dear characters three years after Mia awoke from a heartbreaking coma In this continuation we have the privilege to read from Adam’s point of view that is as endearing as Maia’s was It also contains the same calm and out of this world ambience and a lyrical pleasant writing that is simply impressive andperfectly suiting the story “You know I thought about that a lot these last couple of years She says in a choked voice About who was there for you Who held your hand while you grieved for all that you'd lost?” To be honest I didn’t find this book as sad as I expected to Of course I was emotional in the inside but it didn’t show up with tears Often goosebumps appeared though making me remember that this is a poignant story and that those characters are wonderful and that Adam is one of the most good hearted hero I have ever encountered in a book “Hate me Devastate me Annihilate me Re create me Re create me Won't you won't you won't you re create me” One of the things I loved the most in Where She Went is definitely the lyrics of songs wrote at the beginning of some chapters They’re enchanting and they make you understand some parts of Adam’s life better and maybe realize how he got so far and became a celebrity “First you inspect meThen you dissect meThen you reject meI wait for the dayThat you'll resurrect meAnimate” I recommend this series to everyone boy and girl teenager and adult and especially to hopeless contemporary romance lovers because the romance is absolutely wonderful and magical It's dreamy and feels so real an impressive example of true love that may seem unearthly but makes us believe that there is hope in this world for whatever shattering event could happen “Her hands were freezing just like they always were so I warmed them just like I always did” A weakness I found in this book is the lack of dialogs There were many pages that were simply filled with descriptions and mostly psychological ones I didn’t mind it but I would have appreciated dialogs since those are my favourite parts in a book Although the writing was splendid so reading Where She Went rarely felt something other than what it is a splendid storyWhat about the ending? Perfection

  9. Becky Becky says:

    I loved If I Stay LOVED IT It was one of those books that made my heart and soul ache It moved me and surprised me and lingered So much so that I kept mentally comparing the way I felt reading the two books and I admit to being a bit disappointed by this follow upThis is Adam's story I loved Adam in If I Stay He was this incredibly supportive and sensitive and wonderful guy who loved a girl so much that he would do anything for her who accepted and honored her for being the uniue and oddball opposite to him rather than wanting her to be something she wasn't who loved her family so much that their deaths were as painful to him as his own family's deaths would be I liked Adam so much that I didn't even talk about him in my If I Stay review because nothing would have really done justice to how perfect I thought he was I don't mean literally perfect he had flaws but just perfect in the situations he was in Unfortunately I barely even liked Adam in Where She Went I get that Mia leaving him left him heartbroken I get that Even taking into account the unusual aspect of the end of their relationship meaning him supporting her through the accident and the recovery I just find being heartbroken anxiety ridden depressed and self destructive for 3 years with no end in sight a bit tiresome That's longer than they were even together And yet after three years a meteoric musical career fame and fortune and success all Adam can do is blame Mia for walking out on him and leaving him cold and take that bitterness and anger out on others I don't mean to sound insensitive I know that many many people will find just this thing I found so tiresome to be rather romantic We all want to be the center of someone's world Someone's soul mate I understand what she meant to him and what their potential meant to him But with every outburst and cynical thought I just got and tired of it I also missed the music that was so much a part of what brought If I Stay to life I know that there was a lot of musical references in Where She Went but it wasn't the same I have no interest in where each of Shooting Star's songs debuted on the charts or other details of their rise It's enough to know they made it for me What I missed was the way that music mattered the way they LIVED through music not just lived by it or with it if that makes sense All of this is not to say that I disliked the book I didn't I liked it overall Some parts uite a bit than others The writing is still fantastically emotive and brutal in a way It pulls no punches and makes sure that the reader feels everything to a fault see above I WAS sad and hurt for Adam's loss and I did want him to find a measure of happiness again and if not happiness then closure and acceptance It's hard to lose those we love It's even harder to lose those we love after we've helped them through their own lost loved ones Who's there to help pick up those kind of pieces? I grieved for him for that I liked the way that the story came kind of full circle and Adam did get his closure even though it came through finding out things that certainly hurt I liked that he was able to understand and appreciate the decision that Mia made in leaving even though he was shattered by it I liked the way he found new reserves of self respect in himself because of this revelation This book didn't live up to If I Stay for me but it is by no means a bad book I like themes of lasting love and I think that many people will love this book for that reason but I just didn't think that this one had the same heart that If I Stay had and for that I can only give it 2 stars

  10. jessica jessica says:

    after finishing this ive realised two things the seuels in gayle formans series are sooo much stronger than the first book much better in terms of plot and her guy characters are sooo much compelling and interesting than her girl characters i loved reading reading from adam perspective such raw emotionmy only issue with this is one of things that stopped me from enjoying ‘if i stay’ and that is the constant back and forth between the present moment in NYC and flashbacks to the past i was invested in what was happening between adam and mia and their reunion so the flashbacks to random points over the past three years distracted me from that i appreciate that they are used for character development and filling the reader in on whats happened but i often found myself skimming forward to the present day sections overall i think this is the strongest book in this duology its not perfect but it is a wonderful ending to adam and mias story ↠ 35 stars

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