The Problem With Forever: The YA romance TikTok sensation from the bestselling author of From Blood and Ash!
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Perhaps most importantly, Mallory’s survival mechanism was to be as silent as possible and to hide alone to avoid the wrath of the foster “parents”, whereas Rider sought to attract (negative) attention in hopes of protecting Mallory. Antes de empezar la reseña sólo voy a comentar algo que aprendí y quedé anonada, toda una vida siendo una ignorante y engañada ¿Cómo no me dijeron antes que el puertorriqueño era un idioma? porque al parecer es diferente del español que según aquí puede que sólo se hable en España y entonces yo tampoco hablo español hablo mexicano. This story isn't just a romance though... Mallory's growth over the course of the book as she came out of her shell and gained the courage to truly be who she wanted to be sent a strong message about bring true to yourself, reaching for your dreams, and choosing what makes you happy for you -- not in an effort to please other people. It really drove home how your life wasn't defined by your circumstance, but by who you were and what you strove to be.
At the end, you guys MUST be thinking why giving it a 2 stars, when should give it 1 star, well because of the story, Not characters, not the drama, not the snob dailouges, not the fake angst, not E.L james metaphor. Just because of story and the message that "Everyone should find their voice, nothing remains Forever."Rider has been at Mallory’s side as her protector since they were little and until they got separated after an awful event when she was twelve years old. After four years she meets him again at school. Their first meeting after all these years was emotional and so cute. And touching. It happened pretty much at the beginning of the book and I was so excited to see what will happen with their friendship and how both of them will develop during the whole book. To be honest, I don’t know where to start with this review, where itwill go and if I can write it without crying. This book is so not the typical Jennifer L. Armentrout style. The Problem with Forever is a story about lessons of life, love, family, and reflection on our society nowadays. I know this may sound very serious and stone-cold cruel, but that's the way it is. We all need to accept and endure it.
The development Mallory goes through is admirable and at the end of the book she is a completely different girl. She understands that she has to accept herself in the way she is. She doesn’t have to be a med student to be loved by her foster parents and she doesn’t have to have someone who speaks for her. She can do it by herself. Most importantly, she can stand up for herself.This was a YA book with no soul. I am a firm believer that there are YA books out there that can appeal to all ages (*cough* THIS ONE *cough*) but this one seemed too juvenile, among the many other issues. I won’t write this author off and plan on reading her other books. But if they are anything like this one, I think I’ll need to just accept her writing isn’t for me. Bueno las cosas se pondrán incomodas pero siento que este libro definitivamente no es para mi. Esto sera una opinión impopular, porque la mayoría han puesto este libro sobre las nubes, pero no se que ha pasado, si ha sido porque he tenido muchas expectativas, porque no fue el mejor momento en que lo he leído o porque DEFINITIVAMENTE este libro no ha sido para mí.