Title: Three Months
Paisley has a bucket list. After all, she is going to die in three months. What she expects? For her little excursions to be fun-filled and light-heart and packed with adventure. What she doesn’t expect? For bad-ass, secretive, but very gorgeous Jude Andrews to tag along, thanks to one item on the bucket list.
Now that he is tagging along with Paisley while she sets out, determined to complete her bucket list, she soon realises he’s giving her all the reasons to live as long as possible.
This is a beautiful story, so thank you to GiveEmHell for sharing it with everyone and giving them the chance to read it. I L-O-V-E-D this story so damn much. It’s not what one would call short, but with only twenty-six parts to it, it’s definitely not what one could call long.
Now, onto the story. It’s so beautifully written, and from what I can remember, the grammar and English in it are both per-to-the-fect. Even if there are grammatical mistakes, just chalk it down to humanity. Humans aren’t perfect and we will frequently make stupid mistakes.
I honestly thought TM was amazing. Really, really amazing. And I cried buckets (pun intended) when I read the last few chapters, because my God, they were the saddest chapters in the whole, usually light-hearted book. GiveEmHell writes so well, so beautifully, so flawlessly, that I think I fell in love with the story just by noticing the correct grammar and punctuation. I admit it. I’m a sucker for good grammar.
Comment below and tell me what you thought of TM! Was it good? Did you cry? Like it? Love it? Hate it? (Doubt it.) TM is definitely worth the read, and even though some people might say the idea’s a little cliché (I don’t agree) it’s not. Trust me.