Spellbinding, timeless, and achingly poignant, How It Ends is a story of Laura Wiess crafts a riveting and emotionally powerful tale of beauty. How it Ends by Laura Wiess, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, How it Ends by Laura Weiss. It is one of those that just captures you right away. It is a quick read and.
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How It Ends
Sure, she hung out with her grandparents, but that’s relatively normal as well. I love you, and because of that I am going to try and raise the dead. And it was beautiful and right and poignant ut true. He lies, cheats, plays mind games with Hanna, but at the end of the day I felt sorry for him and hoped he achieved his own HEA.
None of Wiess’s characters felt one-dimensional, they fnds all very very well done. Plus, I read the ending and no. Feeling more alone than ever, Hanna gets drawn into an audiobook the older woman is listening to, a fierce, unsettling love story of passion, sacrifice, and devotion.
Review: How it Ends by Laura Wiess
Want to Read Currently Reading Read. There were so many great things about this wiese, and a few things that I didn’t like. This book made me remember, Hanna made me remember all those feelings and confusion about snds and life. Not often can we call a book perfect, but this was such a wonderful reading experience for me.
As Hanna continues to care for the declining Helen, they find comfort in listening to books together.
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More books from this author: This confused me and I had to reread quite a few passages. But they’re only stories. First of all, Hannah irritated me. She becomes infuriated, sad, i confused, trying to wrap her head around this supposedly “fictionalized” story.
Her entire life seems to be focused on the cute and at times charming Seth. Selected pages Title Page. Although Hanna spends less time with Granna Helen as she gets older, their friendship means as much to them as it did when they had spent every afternoon together. As I read the book I continued thinking of these red flags, reading as Hanna declined into an emotional wreck.
Both characters were so complex, both so flawed yet so full of life, I could not see them as mere fictional characters. It is difficult for Hanna to listen to. All Hanna’s wanted since sophomore year is Seth.
The mood struck, and I’m glad it did. By the time I got to the last page, my eyes had welled with tears, and I just sat pondering the book for a while before I could even consider trying to sleep.
Not too many books can do that to me. The description of this book is so not Christina bait, and the opening indicates that it sure as hell is not for me. I love when a book can touch your heart so strongly. Although she annoyed me, s Wow, this book is laurw beautiful. I just hated how Hanna fell for him and let him ruin her life.
The kind that I am now hoq to read anything by the author because it is just that damn fantastic! The first half of this book alternates from Hanna’s POV to Helen’s, but mostly Hanna’s, mostly the pursuit of Seth which is so frustrating because Hanna seems to be the only person who does see that Seth is a jerk and won’t stop being a jerk ever.
I was pleasantly surprised by this book, How it Ends by Laura Weiss. Hannah is your typical teenager. First of all, the characters: Really awesome luara and the boy of her dreams.
Review: How it Ends by Laura Wiess – The Lit Bitch
While Hanna is concerned with mundane, every day things and getting Seth to notice her, Helen is far more worried about death and hiw Hanna with lies, and then as Helen declines, the story of her youth begins. One of my favorite aspects was the twists and turns that the story takes. I skimmed a few chapters and it seemed like it just got really odd.
By then, it was too little too late. Wiess has created a beautiful story that transports the reader into the lives of Hannah and Helen and shows us what it means to truly live.
These two things are not mutually exclusive. View all 27 comments. I was beyond pleasantly surprised to find a story, however, full of emotion and depth. So what if he seems to prefer vacuous girls who wear ankle bracelets? I enjoyed Wiess’s writing style immensely. They are basically her grandparents.