why is the book so beautiful to look. why was I lying on th eground listening to an audio and petting the amazing pictures in this book. (except don't, i'm happy in this mindfield of pain). Also i just want to point out this has one of the best romances ever and yet it's so lowkey. (view spoiler ezra and Kady kiss once in the very last chapter. And yet ship this galactic explosion.

So like it was reading a completely new book almost? And I'm quite the auditory learning, so i absorbed a lot more this time. Afjdaksld the plot twists. the plot twists the plot twists the plot twists. favourite upforit character is: aidan. It actually concerns me how much I love the slightly psychotic computer. But i also related to him a lot? He predicts brilsterkte humans but he can't understand them. He does his best but people don't understand him. And just ajfdkslad I love aidan so much. I actually don't really think he's so much a villain as an anti-hero.

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Re-read review: Yes yes i am officially 100 Illuminae trash and i could cry becausove this book so much. What am i even supposed to goji say here? Just a few like "reread" thoughts in list format because that's who. first off the audiobook is freaking amazing and i cannot recommend it enough. It's got tons of voices, it's basically dramatised, there is music and like beep-booping (shh, technical term there) of machines and I lovelovelovelovelove. The em, re-read review: Yes yes i am officially 100 Illuminae trash and i could cry becausove this book so much. The emotion in the audiobook actually nearly made me cry. Actually all the intensely amazing plot twists still hit. This is also because i never remember anything of what I read?

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Home SharperIron Forums Vocation, Education home books, reading writing you are What you love - a review (Part 1). Review : love o2O. September 10, 2016 jaime the Drama noona. This review of love o2o contains Spoilers in the form of Fangirl Squees. A review of love crime. Love crime is a film about two women in competition with one another. This isnt a new genre, of course. Love, rosie is like watching the blending of a love letter with commonalities from dozens of romantic comedies.

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Additionally, there are also some crude jokes and sexual content. Sometimes the dikker cons will outweigh the pros and vice versa, but at its heart, it is a well-meaning story. Like so many films today, unfortunately the gags arent always funny which means the film is sometimes lacking. I did look beyond that to the heart of the story and found it really charming. The nuances of the script (one of which being the begin again message paralleling Rosie and Alexs story) and eventual ending are what make the film delightful. Content Note: This film includes several unnecessary f words and other bad language, a brief sex scene, and some innuendo.

Overall Rating, i think this is the beginning of a beautiful friendship. Romance rating, in vain have i struggled. It will not. My feelings will not be repressed. You must allow me to tell you how ardently i admire and love you. Photos: lionsgate, related: Dont miss our other.

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In spite of the flaws, i did really enjoy. American actress Lily collins is quite good in the role of Rosie and she does the British accent justice. Her Rosie is a kind of vulnerable, sweet mix-up of a character who strives to make life better for her daughter and because of that, the character is likable. Shes fiercely protective of her daughter and though its hard work, shes willing make to spend whatever time she needs saving money to give her a better life. Then there is Alex, whos more of the golden boy with a tendency to give the wrong impression than he is to be honest with Rosie and himself. Just as a helpful informational word of caution, this film is rated. Because of that, its not a family-friendly film. The script uses in excess, profanity (F-words) trying to make a point of illustrating the characters frustrations (it doesnt accomplish this and instead is more about a writer adding a because we can trope).

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If its not Alex who seems about to confess his feelings when Rosie isnt ready to hear them, then its Rosie having to bite her tongue lest her pride be trampled. Unfortunately, because of this, the film does easily fall into the trap of posing its characters as foolhardy because they let pride get in the way of seizing opportunities to admit what they feel. Though not overly distracting, this tends to dumb down the credibility of the characters. Though to be fair, the back-and-forth all began with Rosie wanting to ensure Alex had a future, a very noble sacrifice indeed. I wound up really enjoying Rosies character since she grows up a great deal in the film and her attitude changes from despondent (depending on an outcome that full never comes and living in unhappiness) to one of purpose and meaning. Based on a novel by cecilia ahern (. Ps, i love you ) and originally published as, where rainbows End (or, rosie dunne and later published under the film title which I have not read, i learned the script does take some liberties. However, it still seems true to the idea of the story: But destiny is a funny thing, and in this novel, structured as a series of clever e-mails, letters, notes, and a trail of missed opportunities, Alex and Rosie find out that fate isnt done with.

This is the night their lives forever change. Rosie becomes pregnant after a one-night stand, and Alex begins to dream about going to America, a chance he wants to experience with Rosie. But their lives take two different directions and over ten years, they change, evolve and missed opportunities continue to break their hearts. Admittedly, im on the fence about stories that have best friends falling in tattoo love. On the one hand, i dont mind it if the storys intent from the beginning is clear meaning the writer, though they might not verbally say so, spells out who is going to fall in love. Where unpleasant complications can arise with the plot is if things dont start out that way and in order to adapt to what is the normal, the writing later decides to throw the couple together. Fortunately, this film opts for the former and because of this, it works better. Even in their earliest scenes (as teenagers its obvious Rosie and Alex are teetering on the edge of being in love.

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Love, rosie is like watching the wellnessbon blending of a love letter with commonalities from dozens of romantic comedies. Its premise isnt bad two childhood friends falling in love, being apart for over a decade and the serendipitous events that keep them apart in-between but even in the loveliness of that dream, something gives. Related, film review: my week with Marilyn a charming biopic For All Film History Enthusiasts. Lily collins plays the titular character Rosie dunne, who takes us back further than her present, back to where her story all started. She and Alex Stewart have been best friends ever since they were children. Some ten years later, the two of them are high school seniors and both are tip-toeing around their real feelings for each other. You see, somewhere along the line, they fell in love with each other. Trouble is, Alex (played by sam Claflin) is about to ask the most popular girl to their school dance and Rosie goes with Greg.

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