I'm really not sure where I even begin with this book. If you want the TL;DR version before I start to wax poetic, I'll just say this: read it. Do yourself a favor and read it.
If you're looking for a book that talks about and encapsulates the feeling you have when you know you love someone but just can't find the words to tell them, read this book; if you're tired of books about love that use the same tired cliches in and out, read this book; if you want to feel genuinely connected to characters with flaws that are as real as the ones you may have, read this book.
Ash Huang has crafted a brilliant story on the nature of love, longing and the concept of forever. Take the other book you were going to read and put it down.
I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway and am I ever glad I did! What a unique story, from a completely different angle, and the characters were the type I love: the ones you actually care about what happens to them. Simply brilliant! Do yourself a favor and sit down with this one some sunny summer afternoon. I guarantee you will be swept away on the waves of imagination and emotion this one evokes.
This book is so unique, it tells a story of love and heartbreak through time travel. Ash Huang has poetically weaved a beautiful modern-day story through the remarkable years of the past through future...I love the character development of Natt’s personae throughout the story he tells in this book. I also adore the fact that Kitami stayed as Kitami or Kit in the story. It tells us, beyond the written words, that Natt has never looked at her differently.
The plot is breathtaking as well as the writing style. The author writes with such a style that adds more life to the story and makes it even more interesting than it already is.
Within the first chapter of the book, I was hooked. Author Ash Huang has a distinctive writing style that instantly drew me in - the single best word I can use to describe her prose is beautiful. It’s a story that has both modern-day and magical settings and characters alike. I'd highly recommend this book to anyway who wants to escape into a beautiful, interweaving tale through the ages.