I thought I’m gonna have a heart attack or faint or something. THAT’S HOW MUCH I LOVE COLLEEN HOOVER’S BOOKS.
I think it is pretty clear, since this is a Colleen Hoover book, that I’ve read it in a few hours. I found myself in the same situation as “I don’t know what to read, I’m gonna get myself a cup of Colleen Hoover” which turned into 2 cups cause I HAD to read the next one too because I didn’t calm down with it.
I love both Layken and Will. I love Will more though, he kinda reminds me of Jim Halpert’s character from The Office. Always funny and cute and smart.
I was impressed by the idea of slamming. I didn’t know that it is actually a thing, initially I thought Colleen came up with the idea but afterwards I found out that people are actually doing it. And I love it. Also, I think it was awesome that Colleen actually wrote the slams the characters performed and I loooved theeeem!
Colleen has some really awesome ideas, like the glass vase full of life tips stars to help them when they need it the most when they won’t have anyone else besides them and their brothers (and Will’s grandparents).
By the end of the book my chest was aching. Literally. And then I couldn’t stop thinking about them. And then I’ve read the second book. Review to come.
As a conclusion, YES GO READ IT!!
Probably you didn’t even read the title, you just sang it. I’m a big fan of Johnny Cash and of course I couldn’t skip his autobiography, Cash.
He’s a very appreciated man. I don’t think any other (country) musician can reach the Cash level. Whenever I’m talking to someone about him, all I hear are nice words about his music and himself.
I personally love his signature of being “the man in black” especially after I listened to the song. He was something (and still is) that the music industry needed.
I don’t really have a lot of words to say about his autobiography but I consider it a must-read for every Johnny Cash fan and I’m sure even his testimony about God will reach anyone’s heart.
Jimi Hendrix: The Man, The Magic, The Truth, Sharon Lawrence.
Rating: 5/5 stars.
I’m amazed by how close to his life I actually got through Sharon. I actually appreciate him more than I did before because of how hard he worked and because of all his sorrow during his childhood.
The only part that I wanted to skip but I read anyways was the one with his estate which I’m not interested in.
I’m a really huge fan of Hendrix and I love how unique his style and music is, you can recognize his guitar so easily, he is the one that stands out in a crowd and the one that everyone loves. You can see from his performances his passion for music and his love for his guitar. He’s always sending positive vibes to the crowd in front of him. I shed some tears when I reached the part about his death, I felt emotional when reading about his hard work and failures and imagining him struggling to pursue his dream, I felt everything about this book.
“A transcendental artist because he seemed to create light on the stage with the music.” – Pete Townshend of The Who.