Five completely angsty and amazing “Tweet” Stars!!
This book left emotionally drained and looking like a balloon fish. I don’t remember crying this much with a book. But I wouldn’t change a thing.
This was, without a single doubt, one of the best books I’ve ever read. And I read a lot. “You don’t need to be perfect in your life, but always be present in it. The present is the most perfect gift you can have.”
Amanda believes that she has to be perfect, but also that she’s far from it. The only perfect thing in her life is Noah, and their friendship, since they’re best friends since ever.
And when they get older and friendship starts to grow into love she doesn’t want it because she’s afraid of not being good enough for him and that she will eventually ruin everything and ending up losing the most important person in her life: Noah.
He doesn’t see her any less than perfect, but she is able of believing that.
But life has its own way of surprising us and it takes us to the most unexpected places, make us meet the most wonderful people and make us learn how to live when everything seems darker every day.
And life taught Amanda and Noah a lot of things, and the most important of them was never, ever, give up.
“Tweet” and Noah story takes the length of several years, it’s consuming, full of angst, of loyalty, love and friendship, and it’s utterly beautiful.
If there are any books that teach us a life lesson, this was definitely one of them. I loved every single second of it (including the ones where I was crying like a baby, which was a lot) and I ended up this reading wanting…no…needing
to enjoy and appreciate my life more, because all we believe it’s certain, can change in a single second.
I don’t like to impose books to people, but I strongly advise you reading this one. It’s completely amazing, with wonderful and complex characters (I LOVED NOAH SO MUCH!!), and a achingly wonderful story.
You will end this book a new and better person, I assure you.
(This book is definitely one of the reasons I love indie authors: we found real jewels like this reading.)