Four Years Later (Four Doors Down)

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Four Years Later (Four Doors Down)

Four Years Later (Four Doors Down)

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what I didn’t feel bad about how Ryan felt when he actually learned about what happened to Becca and how he treated her… he felt so much like an idiot which he and his friends including Jake …. The pain that Becca goes through is so moving and her journey through healing is real and well written. One of her best friends for her whole life gives her a long lecture on how even though Ryan has dated other girls for years, it doesn’t matter because he loves her. YOU ARE STRONG, YOU ARE BEAUTIFUL YOU'RE NOT ALONE, WE CARE and that you have alot more power than the person who did that to you!

Like when he made a big show to show that he was with Becca infront of others, when in fact he thought it was a shitty thing to do when Charlie did it in the last book. First and foremost, can we please stop using all these basic ass names because I was so confused for like 75% of the book. Sam was definitely one of my favorite characters, even though she knew she should’ve spoke up about what happened with Becca, she took her best friends feelings in first.He was annoying, and stuck up, and it honestly felt like he thought the world completely revolved around him. I actually felt like shouting at the book because I felt Becca’s helplessness, vulnerability and sorrow in spades and I just wanted Ryan to give her a chance and LISTEN to her.

I wish it had at least turned interesting with a plot twist when she finally became the focus of an episode of “Snapped”.This sets such a bad example for women with men who do shit that is absolutely horrible but get away with it because they spew out "I love you" like it's nobody's business. As those cheesy Facebook memes put it: “if you aren’t there at my worst, you don’t deserve me at my best”.

Her first book in the series was a more lighthearted contemporary (which is more my kind of I read as I tend to avoid contemporary with sad issues), but this was a good book too even if I did cry buckets. decide que es una buena idea volver a comenzar una relación con él y no solo eso, sino que apenas 6 semanas después de está revelación ¡se casan! I speak of it as a woman and I speak of it as a psychologist who has to deal with such matters day after day. I read pretty much every day I squeeze it in between doing homework, cleaning and sorting the things at home.I’m not mad at how she portrayed the effects of trauma (for example: depression, weight loss, anxiety) because it made sense. You can forgive someone but you can also be really naive and that's how I feel she behaved the entire time just taking his and his friends shit like she isn't dealing with the fallout of what it means to have someone assault you. Also give some reasons why I HATED it (had to skim the book real quick to remind myself and literally wanted to spin kick myself right after for that idiotic decision cause now I wanna scrub everything I read out of my brain again). It’s not very often that you like second of anything more than the first (ie movie or book) but this is an exception.

I don’t usually read books involving rape/assault because it still a major trigger but I was rooting for Becca. Like please leave the poor girl alone and let her heal peacefully, she doesn’t need 15 people telling her she should forgive the guy who literally abandoned her. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products.Than the buthead decides he is going to go to the same college where Becca goes to protect her and be there for her, even though we all know he will have girls fawning all over him. I felt like I read more about the heros pain over what he thought happened then what the heroine was going through as an individual who just went through a horrible trauma. He didn’t give Becca a chance to explain, went ahead and jumped to conclusions, didn’t think to give his girlfriend who he had an almost perfect loving relationship with the benefit of the doubt, oh — and fucked the one girl Becca could not stand just to spite her. This novel is very well written and the author deals with this dangerous topic in such a sensitive yet powerful way, helping her readers understand her underlining message.



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