The book's emotional and philosophical thoughts are well thought out. It is a simple story, but on a very complicated topic, love. There are so many books on love from psychological, philosophical and physiological perspectives out there that we can all be confused about what it really means to a young naive teenager feeling it for the first time. I think we forget and often do not "hear" the male perspective, so this book is refreshing in offering this point of view.
I would have enjoyed a different ending, but such is life. Perhaps in the next one. Either way, it was well written with several clear messages.
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