So I've been reading Colleen Hoover's book for about four or five years by now, so when I saw on fb that she had just published another book, and that it was sort of polemic about if teens on the age of 17 or less should read it, I told my best friend 'This book is going to be great', Anyway, I read it and it was so not what I expected, it was so much better. Yes it has tough topics like suicide and depression, but in my perspective -I'm going to use that word more often- it encourage people, especially teens like me to try to have a better communication with our families, and as a teenager with a bipolar disorder, I can tell that talking with your relatives isn't always easy, but it is always worth trying. So thank you Colleen, for another amazing book!
Ps: Sorry if my English isn't that good, easier to read than write with a correct grammar (:
I wasn't expecting so much, at first I believed that it was a little boring, but in the chapter 4 or 5 I was so involved into it. I just loved it. It's a life changer book. It changes the perspective of all.
I love Colleen and I didn't even knew what this book was about when I bought it and let me tell you it was amazing. I had a very difficult time a few months ago and I was literally at the same spot as the main character, every feeling she was feeling I was there at that point, I had a crisis and found out I was suffering from depression and anxiety a few days before getting this book and when I read it it was like a singn. It really helped me get through this. Thank you Colleen for this book, I truly appreciate you put a finger on this issue. I highly recommend this