He loved her the most.
What I haven't said about Colin is that he is a child prodigy. Well, sort of: he can memorize facts and absorb a lot of information (he knows a lot of different languages) but he knows he is less special than he is made out to be. He wants to prove himself, he wants to make something that will contribute something to the world. He wants his Eureka moment to come.
After the K-19 breakup, he may just have the chance to do that. With his friend Hasaan, they take a roadtrip to nowhere in particular where the end up staying in the small town of Gunshot. What happens in Gunshot changes his life... It's his Eureka.
This book... I loved it. In my opinion, it's so much better than The Fault in Our Stars (when I reread it, it wasn't as good as the first time? which was really weird for me). The characters are so unique and I fell in love with them- Hasaan is my favorite, I think. It's a teen romance of course, but it talks about life and relationships and wow I just love it. 5 out of 5, man.
This book was amazingly beautiful, I loved it, and I cried. Really.
It was just that powerful, and affected me that much. This book goes through the lives of two teens, both on common ground with cancer. One has no hope because they have no cure, and the other is living life like a rollercoaster that's only going up.
There is conflict, oh the drama, and beautiful developed characters that will feel so real to you. Once you read this book, you will really want to enjoy your life until your last good day.
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warning: there may be spoilers!