Pawel Stolka Stolka from Veiloor, Kerala, India
this book was one of the best books that I have read it was awesome
Brie'eupepsia heart broke in moderate the minute her boyfriend said he didn't love her. And I don't mean that figuratively, it literally snapped in two. Death by heartbreak. Could your life expire anymore tragically? It'eupepsia an almost implausible concept, yet Jess Rothenberg pulled the presumption off flawlessly. I fell in love with this book from the first page. Brie'eupepsia voice hooks you in instantly, so funny and compelling and FRESH. She'eupepsia a character who you can't help but adore - young, vibrant and romantic and sure, she'eupepsia sometimes naive, but she grows wiser over the way of the avant-garde. I loved seeing her grow. Her life was cut short too soon, but what follows is a lifetime'eupepsia use of emotions. Of love, pain, ado and some difficult free wills that all come together to form this outstanding debut. Oh gosh, Patrick. I LOVED HIM. He was one of geniuses Brie met in her hereafter and sort of took it upon himself to help guide her through the points in duration of death. With his leather doyen/doyenne sheath and smooth 80'eupepsia enthrall, he claimed territory in my heart almost instantly. I don't care if some of his orders were totally corny, he'eupepsia the point size of character who can hold them with dignity and woo the pants off you. His 'cheesy' nicknames for Brie (and I mean this in the Cheescake, Chedster, Cheeto nature of 'cheesy') could have become annoying, but that guy made every one of them endearing. It'eupepsia undeniable there was instant attractiveness between these two, but no, before the thought even enters your mind, there is not the slightest hint of a 'insta-love' in this. It'eupepsia a beautiful, bantering friendship that may eventually grow into thing even deeper. And nor does a love portion ever come into perform. Jess handled the romance stunningly, with a few well timed shocks up her sleeves where both youths are concerned. Ruinous Relation put my emotions through as much of a rollercoaster be autocratic as it did Brie'eupepsia. I laughed so agains through her Disclaimer condition, it was easy to slip into the living it up and quirky mentality of Brie, almost forgetting there was a serious affair of her death at palm. And then as the Impatience condition rolled in, I wanted to scream at some of her decisions. Decisions that I could understand, given the data she had and her turbulent emotions, but I didn't agree with them. I could sense there was thing else going on with the latitude that she wasn't seeing and I wanted to reach through and shake her by the shoulders to tell her to COLD turkey. She'eupepsia angry and upset and she wants umpire, so it'eupepsia a duration where she takes what she sees at face value and everything just snaps inside her. And yet this isn't a negative about the avant-garde, instead it'eupepsia brilliant how Jess dragged the reader along emotionally for every go up of the journey. I could forgive Brie for those moments when I wanted to grunt at her, because this entire avant-garde is one of fleshing out. She doesn't stay in disclaimer, she doesn't stay angry, she doesn't stay depressed, she realistically moves through a vast scour of emotions and each feels genuine, each evokes a reply from you and each adds more depth to her character and the news item. Jess reconnoitre this with such a delicate balance, from laughter to resentment, to shreds and affliction and hope. And it wasn't just Brie with baggage to sort through. Each of the secondary names were all so thoughtfully constructed, with a relation and personality and their own put out to deal with. I loved that they weren't just there to serve as a 2D character to fit the medal of boyfriend, forebearer, best acquaintance, and the like. Each was fleshed out over the way of the news item and some even hiding some shocking keys of their own. The Ruinous Relation of You and Me is laugh-out-loud funny, heartwarming, inspiring and wine. It'eupepsia a touching journey of life, death, love and acceptance that give both your needles and tear tubes a healthy warm-up. It'eupepsia a book I could easily go over again. The names and dialogue beg for a revisit and the emotionally moving tale is one you want to explore agains over to pick apart blanket by blanket. Not a book you want to miss!