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Al final mueren los dos (Serendipia) (Spanish Edition) Kindle Edition
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- File size : 2195 KB
- Print length : 325 pages
- Publisher : Puck (7 May 2018)
- Word Wise : Not Enabled
- ASIN : B07CM9FQ4K
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Language: : Spanish
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I don't want to be reasonable when I write about what I think of this book. This book? No, my damn precious little piece of heaven.
I feel so 'drugged' at the moment after having absorbed each and every word this book had to offer me. (Ok, as for the time being just calling it as a book is easier and short instead of 'my damn precious little piece of heaven' 😪)
Of course, this book is not perfect but yes, it has put me under its spell this whole time. (I still cannot believe it made me not to watch Xmen 😳)
I love how human this book turned out to be!
One of the young adult fiction done right. No, this book ain't perfect. There are seemingly character development flaws, weak parts in the writing and some unwelcomed characters. Let's call this one a perfect read for someone who finds the main characters a little too relatable.
I just love the writing style and I am sure I will read the other books by this author (except the latest book of a series, of course). The writing is straightforward and reach you the moment you set your eyes on it
More than the slow burn romance, I was rooting for the found family dynamics, as well as the best friendships you will ever read about. Character representation is well etched out.
Sometimes the story seems a little too convenient. But it's okay. (I felt so hungry now and then while reading this book while the two main characters just kept on having adventure after adventure without eating and sleeping much.)
Ok, I can tell they were having the best times of their lives and they were not caring about everything else as much as we muggles do. And as much as I was invested in the book, I did fell asleep twice while reading it because I am a muggle and a sleepy mundie which I cannot help becoming. I was so worried about them that it got exhausting in between. Damn, all the uncertainties and the unpredictability in fiction.
I woke up. I continued reading it, I kept crying here and there, I kept blushing (actually shouted 'FINALLY!' and Rufus did the same! I wasn't expecting a fictional character to shout out the exact same word as I did!) and yes, I was more calm and happier towards the end of the book.
Did I say the characters lacked development?
No, not the main characters. They are so wholesome.
In fact, the whole story is wholesome. It spoke in volumes about life and unavoidable situations. It seems so real. The story started with a plot built on something like a dystopian sci-fi (yes, I actually felt this way when I started reading the book). Eventually the good parts took over and I felt so connected with everything that's happening there.
Some may feel the lines come out a bit cheesy when it comes to Rufus and Mateo (I ship them so much!) but they talked about things that matter and they were as exactly who they were meant to be. Young adult done right, I repeat.
*One misconception about this book:
You must have heard everyone talking about how sad this book is and it will break your heart. Yes, it's sad I am not denying it. But this book will not break you. I have read books dealing with sensitive, heavy themes which totally broke me aka A Little Life, The Kiterunner to take a few example.
But this read is more like wholesome and hopeful like some books dealing with similar sensitive issues aka Aristotle and Dante Discover The Secrets of Universe, I Wish You All The Best.
But of course, you will cry 💔
Until the last chapter happened.
Forget everything I said!
I cried buckets and buckets!
The ending....is.... devastating. Save me. Please.
Top reviews from other countries
Los personajes son bellísimos y realistas, (en muchos aspectos me conecté con Mateo). La forma en que Adam lleva la historia me encantó.
Me hubiera gustado saber un poco más del sistema de Muerte Súbita, pero en general amé este libro.
Si tienes curiosidad de leerlo, no lo pienses más y léelo.