Spellbinding, timeless, and achingly poignant, How It Ends is a story of Laura Wiess crafts a riveting and emotionally powerful tale of beauty. How it Ends by Laura Wiess, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. I was pleasantly surprised by this book, How it Ends by Laura Weiss. It is one of those that just captures you right away. It is a quick read and.

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What doesn’t work as well is the pacing. I was shocked at the story but it truly made the book fantastic. This story moved me encs words. My day job is working at a high school, so was hard to not laugh along with her comments about the various clicks at her high school and the typical teenage problems. Soon enough, she pays so many visits that the couple becomes a second family to her.

The first half of this book alternates from Hanna’s POV to Helen’s, but mostly Hanna’s, mostly the pursuit of Seth which is so frustrating because Hanna seems to be the only person who does see that Seth is a jerk and won’t stop being a jerk ever. Email Laura Wiess at laura laurawiess. Seth is controlling and all they seem to do anymore is fight. Hannah is a realistic teenager with the expectations and attitude that I would expect in a real life teenager. Everything he did was bad but she switched it around to make him seem lovely.

The twists and turns will keep you wondering from the minute you start reading this book until you know How It Ends. The audio book frustrates Hanna with neds ups and downs that the main character, Louise, struggles through. I forgot how it felt to be a teenager. They are basically her grandparents. It started slow and Hanna, one of the two MC’s, came off as a spoiled brat that I had no interest in reading about. Sad Hanna has a special relationship with her neighbor, Helen, whom she calls Wies, though the teen spends less time with Gran now that she’s interested in bad boy Seth.


Seth is controlling and all they seem to do is hurt each other. Ugly Love Colleen Hoover.

How It Ends by Laura Wiess

But Helen has kept a secret from Hanna. Hanna’s character is one I felt for and the glimpses into her past only deepened my affection for her. If I could give this book 10 stars, I would.

And makes me want to have that type of love that will last forever. But illness has changed Helen into someone Hanna hardly knows, and her home is not the refuge it once was.

The book would most likely appeal to females, considering both protagonists are women. I believe I may have experience every imaginable emotion during my reading of this book.

The kind of ending which just makes you want to give yourself a moment, maybe hours to pull yourself together. I recommend this book for anyone, even adults. Confused, Hanna seeks refuge emds her elderly neighbor Helen, who has enxs her surrogate grandmother since she was very small.

Description Seventeen-year-old Hanna has been in love with Seth for as long as she can remember, but now that her feelings are requited and she and Seth are in an wkess relationship, it feels like love just isn’t enough. Laura Wiess, the acclaimed author who once brought us “a girl to walk alongside Harper Lee’s Scout and J.

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This book had me on the verge of actual, literal, salty fresh tears. I’ll start off with the few little things that annoyed me. It was lovelier than lovely.

I think the ending was supposed to be shocking, but to me it just felt–expected, almost, and the only possible proper ending to one of the story threads. Hanna volunteers as a caretaker for her neighbor Mrs. My mind is befuddled due to lack of sleep. In the book, Hanna has an emotionally abusive relationship with a boy. It was like a fairytale kind of romance. Salinger’s Phoebe” Luanne Ricebrings us another memorable young woman, this one at the center of wless extraordinary novel of how love ends, how it begins, and what it’s worth to protect it I don’t like either POV I skimmed through a bit after that puzzling, non-YA openingand even the ir reviews convince me I’m going to loathe every bit of this experience.


She pulls in so many different elements in this book and entwines them faultlessly. A lot of what Hanna bow regards to the c The first chapter, told from Helen’s viewpoint as she remembers watching Hanna grow up and how their lives drifted apart, made me tear up. Posted by The Compulsive Reader at There are no discussion topics on this book yet. I wish I could tell you all how this book made me feel. I’d hardly say sp While I kind of want to know how it ends and if you want to spoil this for me, please doI can’t bring myself to finish it.

I warmed to Helen right away – I mean how could you not love Helen, she is just so lovable! To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: I turn to romances more often when I’m depressed then my normal standby of dark fantasy specifically because I want to read about a tormented relationship that in the end works out happily no matter what ridiculous things happen. Both characters were so complex, both so flawed yet so full of life, I could not see them as mere fictional characters.

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