REVIEW BY THE PERFECT BOOK
Perfect mix between humor and seriousness, the story of a love that is born for a twist of fate.
Lou and Will, which seem diametrically incompatible, in fact they are nothing more than kindred souls, which include, bringing a glimmer of hope in the life.
Louisa Clark is a girl on her, with too much weight on his shoulders for his twenty-six years old, has lived life carefully avoiding any emotion could upset her, she could depart from its normal routine, sure that he would never hurt. She Will, on the other hand has always lived a life on the edge, always pushing himself further into new and exciting experiences. One day, because of this thing called timing, gets involved in a bad accident and finds himself nailed to a wheelchair. His life ends at that moment. Until as Lou, unemployed and with a family that counts on you, does not hold back when it is given to be carers. Even one grumpy like Will Traynor. The meeting with solar and full of life Louisa Clark awakens in him several sentiments. It that binds them is something primordial, a sentiment that has no need of physicality, but that feeds their souls, than they really are, not their shell. a little romance obvious, intense, dramatic, shared by all of us. Obviously being a 'pink' book focuses more on the part about love, but you certainly can not say that the book ends there.