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Stitches by Shawn Mendes and Where She Went (My view)

Am I the only who listens this song and automatically thinks about Where She Went? Really, I don’t know why that book made such an impression on me, even more than If I Stay which was good, of course, but Where She Went was another level of good, maybe because it was Adam, I don’t know.

But you do know, he wrote an entire album for Mia, when she left, spoiler back there sorry, I assume that if you are reading this then you read the book and have heard the song Stitches by Shawn Mendes, which I might add (admit) I hadn’t heard before but all I could think about while listening to it, was Adam wrote songs similar to this one, at least the name is, if you have read the book then you know there is a song in Collateral Damage (Yes, the fictional album on the book by Shooting Star wrote by Adam Wilde), that is called ‘Stitch’

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Where She Went

Author: Gayle Forman

And a little something about: If I Stay

Alright, everyone ready for this?

What.
The.
Heck?

I mean seriously, I spent like 5 or 10 minutes after I was done with the book looking through wiki and Gayle’s official website for another piece of Adam and Mia, and you know what I found? You know it, Nothing!

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2nd books in Series, Sagas or Trilogies

The long waited second statements; either they are not-good, good or sometimes real good. I don’t know why is like that but usually or at least the past 5 or more series I read the 2nd parts are not what you would expect. Probably the author wants to fill in the blanks and leave all the good parts for the next one, perhaps what happens it is what the characters wanted you to know or simply, it just did not hold your attention because there were only some good parts in it, enough to make it a short story but not a full book.

The fact that the books I am about to name are listed here, is because of one of the reasons above, not because they were completely bad as in really terrible, that is not it (not for all of them). You still read them, you still need to know what happens in order to move on to the next book.

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