I always love reading. Sometimes, I wish I do have more time to read more novels and love stories. There are so many books that I want to read, so many books that I want to write and express my feelings in here. I only write for the books that I think deserve more attention.
I think, I have never cried so much for a book. But, I did cry for this one. Like seriously crying. The ugly one, you know.
Everyone loves a good love story. The stories that make you feel warm all over. The kind that leaves you the slightest bit envious because the story belongs to someone else and not you. The stories that make your heart race and on the edge of pain and pleasure. Pain because your heart hurts and pleasure because your heart hurts. An unlikely combination, yet, that’s the stuff good love stories are made of.
Ours could have been like that. We could have made a beautiful love story. But when he was ready for that epic love story, I was afraid to fall in love, too hurt by my past to trust anyone. Then, when I was ready for the epic love story, he was gone. And I was alone. And the only thing I got was the pain. It was time I told him the things that were in my heart but too afraid to say out loud.
I wrote the letter I needed to write and prayed it wasn’t too late.
You were right. I was wrong. I’ve never been more wrong in my life.
There – I said it.
I’ll say it a million times if you just come back to me.
Come back to me. Please!
I was so wrong. I do love you.
I’ve read 2 books from the same author, which are ‘Shattered’ and ‘Skin Deep’. And I fell in love with her style of writings.
This book was the last part of ‘Stolen Breaths’ series. If you do read the series (which I really recommend you should), you’ll know who Sophie is. I won’t give much about the story line, because I really insist you should read the book.
Everything about this book is beautiful. I’m not too sure, what makes me fell in love with this author. But, all I can say is, this love story is too beautiful.
The story is set in 1943, during World War II, it was unique to anything I’ve read previously. It reminds me a lot like the movie ‘Pearl Harbor’. Even the characters are almost identical. I think the author got her inspiration for this book after watching the movie, eh?
After reading it, all I can say is, it was not only a unique experience, but an incredibly special one too.
Back to Yesterday is the true essence of a love story. It’s beautifully written and captures the wonderful and fragile moments that come with falling in love. Oh my, I think I was so into this world, so into the characters.
That I can feel every moments.
That I cry together with the characters.
That I was feeling so much in love with the hero.
That I was feeling so much afraid for the heroin.
That I was crying when they meet again.
That I was happy so, happy for them, that the moment they got married.
That I was crying again when she’d found out that her husband finally leave her. As in leaving this world.
That I was crying another bucket of tears when they finally got their happy ending.
If you do have the chance and have time for reading, you might want to read this book. And please get yourself ready with lots of boxes of tissue, because you’ll need one. I am not kidding. I was crying for hours when I finally put this book down, and my husband was like, “Why are you crying so much?”
I have never cried so much for a book. Even writing this entry making myself teared up all over again. How can a book give so much impact to yourself? Just read.
“Are you in love with me yet?” Charlie to Sophie.