Review: The Love that Split the World

The Love that Split the World, Emily Henry. Publicado por: Razorbill, 2016.

ISB: 978-1-59514-851-3

Lo primero que me llamó la atención fue la portada del libro. Lo vi por primera vez en Instagram y decidí ir a Amazon para ver la descripción del libro.

“The Love that Split the World” trata sobre el viaje en el tiempo y jóvenes enamorados. No es el primer libro que leo sobre el viaje en el tiempo, pero hubo parte del libro donde tuve que re-leer y buscar información, porque al parecer la escritora quería explicar un tema, (los diferentes tipos de sueño que el ser humano puede tener), muy complejo en un corto tiempo. Pero a pesar de todo me encanto el drama entre los dos jóvenes enamorados, y las historias que “Grandmother” contaba.

El libro tiene un mensaje muy bueno sobre la vida, al menos para mi. Me recuerda mucho a un refrán que dice: “Todo depende del color del cristal con que se mira”.

“The Love that Split the World” es un libro corto y entretenido. Si te gustan los libros para jóvenes adultos (“YA books”) te lo recomiendo.

Le doy 3.7 de 5 estrellas.

– Rashma


 

The Love that Split the Wolrd, by Emily Henry. Published by: Razorbill, 2016.

ISB: 978-1-59514-851-3

The first thing that got my attention was the cover of the book. I first saw it on Instagram and then headed to Amazon to read the description of the book.

The Love that Split the World it’s about two young people who can travel on time and fall in love with each other. This isn’t the first book I read about time travel, but there where parts of the book that I had to re-read and search for information, because I think the author wanted to explain a very detail topic (the different types of dreams) on a very short time. But beside all that, I love the drama between the two young people and the stories that “Grandmother” told.

The book has a very good message about life, at least for me. It reminds me of the saying: “It all depends on the color of the glass you look at”.

The Love that Split the World is a short and entertaining book. If you like books for young adults (YA books), I recommend it.

Book Rate: 3.7 of 5 stars

– Rashma

 

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