*NOTE: Summary lifted from back cover of the book.
What’s up everyone!? It’s been so long since I last went on here, I’m not sure I still know how.
Not that I knew what I was doing before. As per usual, I finished reading this months ago but only found time to write a review now. Lol. #sorrynotsorry
Before I begin, you guys should know that I usually shy away from sob stories. And as you know, Nicholas Sparks is notorious for them. As such, I have never before watched/read any of his stories. Yes, not even The Notebook.
Enter The Choice trailer. I thought it would be nice to watch but being me, I obviously had to read the book first. So I picked this one up on one of my
many book shopping trips….some time ago….long after the movie premiered. Oops. Still, I had to finish reading this one first before I could read all the other ones I had lined up since I have a firm-ish “first-bought-first-read” policy. So into my bag it went during a family vacation to Boracay. HAHA!
Overall, I could say that it wasn’t that bad. But it wasn’t good either. For me, it’s more like a typical boy-meets-girl kind of story than anything, discounting the fact of course that (SPOILER ALERT!) the leading lady was in a coma the entire time and the book is actually a retelling of their love story through the leading man’s POV. Other than that, there’s nothing more to tell, really. I guess Nicholas Sparks just isn’t my cup of tea after all. :)
BOOKWORM RATING (2/5):