The same Cate he reminisces about so poignantly that it puts a lingering ache in the reader's heart, special days and conversations that sealed them forever as part of each other, the shared dreams, opinions, interests, and tokens of affection that were so personal they remain as meaningful now as when they were first offered? Travis took the plunge, bidding a moving goodbye to family and friends and then transitioning into cryogenic suspension, possibly forever. I could easily relate to it and the struggles that Kyle faces to understand everything that's happening not only to him, but also to his best friend. Anonadada por lo bueno que es este libro. June 3, MA! I recommend this novel to everyone, especially if you're looking for something light to read with a serious undertone and don't mind a lot of jokes and puns.
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One of my favorites. How do you make such a risky, difficult decision? During the first full weekend in October every year Shady Days in Gay will host some of the most fabulous exhibitors. I just thought I'd point that scientific inaccuracy was by no means what bothered me. The Kyle Hagler he knew would come at the first hint that the cryogenic code had been cracked and Travis would soon be restored to the ranks of the living. We hate Turner before meeting him not because we think he's a bad guy, but because we have to believe that in those miraculous instances when things come back, something of our old life will be waiting as it was before, that the best thing we had won't be beyond reach when we awaken into a new world.
It's uncomfortable, hard to bear, and is some of the most effective storytelling I've encountered. I really fell into Travis' world. I had just little problems with it here and there, like: MOST of major roads to Gay will be dotted with flea markets, yard sales, fundraisers, rummage sales and what's known in the industry as "parasitic" mini- festivals. Need to let this one sink in before I comment my thoughts on it, but for the most part I enjoyed it.