“Maybe part of falling in love with someone else is also falling in love with yourself.”
“I like this theme” *few days later* “I need to change my theme”
Title: 13 Little Blue Envelopes
Author: Maureen Johnson
Available in: Book Depository
I’ve been hyping over this book since I saw it online. I’m such a sucker for this kind of title—being the hopeless romantic that I am. But I guess I expected so much?? I remember tweeting how disappointed I was after reading this. Though, I can’t really recall why? That’s the reason I haven’t finished this review yet. This is already a month due. It would be unfair to say I don’t like it without a valid argument and I can’t say I like it either if that’s not really the case. Besides, I read this along with Bright Dead Things and Chasers of the Light. The style and ideas got tangled. So, I gave it another chance and reread it.
I used to say that you can’t entirely changed someone’s life. We are just a mere factor of somebody else’s decision. We are just part of the whole.
But Judy Abbott is an exception, a contradiction to this fragment of my belief. She changed my life completely.