i loved every character all the way up to the end. the ending itself was sad but complete. i suppose i felt closure – which isn't always the case with how i feel about murakami's books. not that it bothered me but i know others always felt like they were left with a void. and left feeling like they wanted more.
of course, he's never a happy-happy ending type author which is fine, so long as there's some type of closure.
hush, hush – i know… yet another teen-wanna-be-twilight-romance-paranormal type novel.
in other words, i just could not resist my type of brain-candy, trash.
to be honest, it wasn't as annoying as i thought it would be. and i have to admit – the whole fallen angel, immortal hunk, was hard to resist.
and okay, i will admit one more thing…
i liked the look of the cover. i know – never judge a book by it's cover. but what can i say? this one grabbed my attention.
push – i definitely don't think i could stomach the movie. but i was interested in the book.
i found that it was ready for me to pick up at the library today – just in time as i finished hush, hush while chaeli was in her karate class this morning.
so far, it's as intense as it promised too be. it's a little big difficult to read – since it's written like how precious would talk. aside from that, it's not amazing, to be honest. just… alright.