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After Ever Happy

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Es increíble que en toda la saga no pase nada más que peleas entre Hardin y Tessa y que de pronto en cien páginas pasen miles de cosas que hubieran ocupado cuatro libros enteros.

Trish certainly went down down in my estimations, and then she vanishes without a mention, except for a few sentences, for the rest of the book. Well I'm not going to be nice to a perverted man looking at my girlfriends tits" I say with all seriousness and I look over to her and she starts laughing. After Ever Happy, like the others in this series, still had a crazy cluster of a storyline, was still covered in flaws, and still had no real structure to it.Amor infinito empieza en medio del lío en que Hardin y Tessa están metidos en Londres cuando él se entera de quién es su verdadero padre. And so the series reaches it’s final stretch and it was a very anticipated (and much dreaded) one, I struggled with dying to know what would happen in the end and not wanting this to be over. I didn't like this one as much because I wanted more from the epilogues, and when I say more, I mean like I want a whole book about all of that stuff!

Well, it works at the beginning, but after the funeral , Zed asks Tessa if she really is over with Hardin. Este libro nos muestra el punto de quiebre de la caótica relación de estos dos que, a decir verdad, siempre ha sido bastante complicada. The characters were annoying, the plot was drawn out and repetitive, and the pace lagged so many times. As someone working through their own depression, I was uncomfortable with how casually it was thrown around and was even more mad than usual at this ridiculously stupid girl who needs to get her head out of her own butt and just GROW UP. HESSA It’s never been all rainbows and sunshine for Tessa and Hardin, but each new challenge they’ve faced has only made their passionate bond stronger and stronger.However, in the epilogues I think Anna should have written a scene where everyone’s present: Hardin, Tessa, Ken (Hardin’s father), Karen, Landon, Christian (Hardin’s biological father) and everyone’s kids. Hardin becomes a New York Times bestseller author and Landon a fifth-grade teacher at a public school. God, she wants strange compromises from him, yet doesn’t seem to think compromising on this issue for his sake is important. I wish Hardin could grovel for years like Florentino Ariza who was waiting for his love of his life for 50 years on Love in the time of Cholera! Honestly I never heard of these books before it was made into a movie, but I'm not gonna lie I used to liked 1D, but they better off solo in my opinion, and actually I prefer Zayn over Harry.

Y sí, la novela que ha escrito Anna Todd es MUY machista en MUCHAS cosas; pero no entremos en si Anna Todd lo es o no. During production, the cast worked closely together and stayed in a hotel in a more isolated manner, while cameras weren't rolling, due to COVID-19 pandemic restrictions and protocols.

I think a scene where everyone is present and happy would have been a very beautiful ending for the book.

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