This is actually the first Rainbow Rowell book I’ve read and I have a little bit of mixed feelings. If you have read the book before, you would know that the story seesaws between the past and the present of Neal and Georgie’s relationship. Some of the transitions aren’t as smooth as I probably would’ve liked them but the story is still interesting nonetheless. Georgie’s marriage is slowly spiraling down but the interesting notion of if love is enough to sustain a marriage is why I continue to read the story.
I actually haven’t read or watched anything that Lena Dunham starred in but I heard really good things about her work so I figured to give this book a try. It’s a really fast read- one that you can enjoy in an afternoon. But despite it’s short length, it really gives you an insight into Lena’s life and the kinds of things she experienced growing up. Her book also inspired me to write things down. Not only is it therapeutic but it can also be gratifying and empowering all at the same time. I’ll probably start keeping a journal- the future me would appreciate it.