and I’m Unraveled
Ready to Fracture then Ignite.
I don’t understand how it is possible, but this novel is even better than the first. So many brilliantly unexpected things happened, and I know I’ll be rereading these novels until I’ve understood every second, every emotion, every moment, every brilliantly jumbled sentence. Until they become me.
Page 246: Oh, my God. Mind. Epically. Blown. The scattered bits spread so far and wide, it took me hundreds of pages to regather them.
Chapter 62: If there is one chapter, in the history of all chapters, that could make me feel so many emotions, it is this one. I’m not sure I could ever read it enough times. My senses were overwhelmed in the best of all possible ways. I tasted the sweetness of life, felt the overwhelming power and thrum of desire, and drowned in the blackest and most unforgiving sea of despair. Afterwards I was wrung out, unstrung, breathless, and destroyed.
I love you Adam…
(Spoiler removed. Check out the final line on my Goodreads review once you’ve read this novel!)