“If the moment doesn’t pass, that’s it―you’re done. And if the moment does pass, it never goes that far.”

-David Levithan

We often love, there’s laughing, crying, and pain. But do we really know the meaning of love? Can we really express it in a manner which we can say that love is right and wrong?

Confession:

Somehow, I agree how these words were given meaning and applied in our real life whether we’re aware of it or not.

I liked David Levithan’s creative way in writing this novelette. It was just a simple love story with an impact to the readers.

At first, I don’t understand the meaning of those words which is written in dictionary-like phrases. But as I start letting be drowned to these phrases, I then realized the meaning behind it.

There’s still a story. There’s something that had happened. There’s quite an explanation or more like a reader’ s comprehension or realization as to why it was entitled and written that way.

It’s easy-read and meaningful. Cute and entertaining. If you are looking for a deeper and bookworm-ish way of loving someone then this book is for you. A must read!

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