I read the Time Traveler's Wife about two years ago and I absloutly loved it. The plot, style of writing and characters were amazing and I couldn't put the book down until I was finished, and then I read it again.
So when I heard there was going to be a film I was sceptical. I don't think I've ever seen a screen adaptation that was up to par with the book (the only one that comes to mind is the BBC version of Pride and Prejudice). My hopes rose slightly when I saw that Rachel McAdams and Eric Bana were going to be playing the lead roles. They were the perfect actors in my...
Before I read this book, I had never cried because of a book, and had never thrown a book.
I cried for like thirty minutes, through pretty much the last two hundred pages. I was so upset, and had to stop reading for a minute.
I am ashamed to say, when Henry was saying how he was going to die, I threw it across my living room.
This is the best book I have ever read, and I'm sorry to say this, but it is a million times better than any Twilight book. The plot, grammar, storyline, everything of this book was so great and intelligent and just plain...