Saturday, October 29, 2011

Review: The Time Traveler's Wife by Audrey Niffenegger



Probably the most powerful love story I have ever read. True love is always waiting, and it is something that surpasses boundaries and leaps through time — at least, in this book. I can really imagine myself falling in love with someone like Henry. And Clare is someone I really look up to — I mean the patience she have, always waiting for Henry, and being the person who is left behind, the one who always has to worry, the one who always has to wait. If worrying and waiting could kill, she couldn’t have survive. How strong she was, how determined in trying to live a normal life no matter how weird and irregular each moment of the life she chose have been. This story was heartbreakingly-sad — as it is sexy, joyous and heartwarming. How one disease brought them together, and then apart; and how it made their life worthwhile. This was such a good read — a very good read that is…

Probably one of the greatest book that I’ve set eyes on. It made me laugh, made me cry. A book that possibly brought out every emotion I could muster. I recommend it with all my heart.

Made me cry like hell.

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