It’s been three years since Mia walked out of Adam’s life.
And three years he’s spent wondering why.
When their paths cross again in New York City, Adam and Mia are brought back together for one life-changing night.
Adam finally has the opportunity to ask Mia the questions that have been haunting him. But will a few hours in this magical city be enough to lay their past to rest, for good – or can you really have a second chance at first love?
I really need to stay away from this book for a couple of hours to breathe properly and make a decent review.
If I Stay was really good and I like how it was narrated. I have read some books like this before and I like that no matter how the plot were all the same, it would really get into you in different ways. But, after reading Where She Went or more like during and after reading this book, someone just did the ice bucket challenge on me. Hundred million times. And without even asking if I’m even all game to do it.
The book turned me into a full mode ballistic that I want to cry and roll on my bed all over again. Sometimes, I feel like they (Mia and Adam) take my breath away- or maybe they really did. How can this be so good and bad I want to pull my hair and wake myself from the reality that I was actually reading a book and it’s not just somebody told me this happened to her/him years ago. Gayle Forman knows how to make readers go wild and nuts.
And since this is not a decent review after all, I better get going. Hahaha!
Be sure to add this on your to-read list!