If you’re looking for a thrill on a club filled with hot rockstarwanna-be’s don’t go out, just read this book.
At first I thought this book is so dramatic that the author decided to put up a playlist for its entire emotional breakdown. Now that was me basing on the title (and I didn’t really read the plot at first).Now what made me read the book? The movie. No, I wasn’t able to watch it. Then why? Inside my head I have this equation: Movie Industry Decided To Make Movie Out of Book = Book Must Be Awesome. And so I gave it a shot. Now, on with my review.
Reading the first few pages, ive proved myself wrong. The novel is very far from emotional that it made me read its plot in goodreads. Though the synopsis above brought the most cliché information about the book, you’d be surprised if you would really find time to read it. Sure, boy meets girl in a disco bar where hormonal teen agers often meet. Sure, boy kisses girl to make ex jealous and girl is now into boy. Sure, they would hook up with each other. Then what? Now, this is where the book tells its story; a not so typical aftermath after the whole typical scenario.
The writers did a creative job of connecting all the characters–stitching them together with events, tearing them apart with usual teenage indecisiveness and patching them up again with compromising lovey doveygesrtures. Despite the spiraling minds of the protagonists, the writers were able to expose the meanings behind their actions with clarity that you could feel the doubt and risk of making or breaking of a new relationship (in which im sure everyone can relate to).
Though the story is a bit too much fast paced, it makes you wonder on what will happen next and what both teenagers had surprise choices for themselves; itswhat makes you keep on reading it—the oh-so-crazy heart-leaping events that could happen in one night!