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Book Review: It Ends With Us

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Almost DNF this book dahil sa dami ng adult scenes, di ako nagbasa ng pocketbook nung kabataan ko pero palagay ko ganun yung laman non. Lol. Anywayszx—

I dived into this book not knowing anything about it. I guess I’ve just seen it around so I thought why not pick it up. It was a good read. The main theme is dealing with an abusive relationship and all the pain a person goes through in one. Physical, emotional, mental. Colleen Hoover was able to paint a clear picture. Galing.

What would you do if the person who was supposed to love and protect you is the same person who puts you in danger? Add a third person in the mix and it’s one terrible cycle of agony.

And whilst Ryle might have deserved another chance knowing he has a condition, and that he ‘might’ change, I was relieved he wasn’t given one. Lily did the right thing by Emerson. And Ryle would thank her for it in the future.

Ang daling sabihin na pagka sinaktan ka ng unang beses dapat layasan mo na, pero when you’ve built your world around a person, forgiveness— or shall I say overlooking their mistakes— is second nature. You have this illusion that things can be fixed. That they will change. That you just need to be there for them. Hakdog. Haha! I know it doesn’t make sense from afar so if you want in on the tea, read this book.

Pero Colleen, bakit naman ganon yung pinangalan mo kay baby ghourl?? Emerson Dory talaga?? 😆

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