Book review : Suzzane’s diary for Nicholas by James Patterson.

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The book starts from the standpoint of Katie, who is a book editor in New York. She’s sour from her recent break up with Matt, the man she loves and a poet from Martha’s vineyard. Matt finds it difficult for Katie and him to be together but is unable to reason why so he leaves her a diary which would provide Katie a legit explanation. Matt looks like a playboy while Katie has been portrayed as someone hopelessly in love. However, as the story advances and narratives change, the blinds from characters unwrap. The book has some really good insights to give on finding the right person, balancing life, family, fresh starts and second chances in love. Patterson attempts for twists in storyline to surprise the readers, but doesn’t quite succeed at it. As a unmarried woman, I was not able to relate so much with Suzanne’s point of view which is prominent throughout the book and mainly addressing on motherhood. However, older men and women in that phase of life may devour upon it. At some points the story in the seems so sweet that it makes you believe the world must have been made of sunshine and rainbows instead of rocks and water. Despite some let downs the romance lunges the story forward and sends out a good word for Patterson.
Exactly what should you read the book for?
1. Read it for the story of five balls and how they help you set your priorities and balance life.
2. For if you are going through hangover from bad relationship and find yourself aloof from the possibility of another chance at love.
3. The importance of finding the right person for you in the journey of life.

Rating : 2.75/5

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Your Scars.

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Entrall me with your demons

Let me trace your scars

Turn me around and absorb me in your darkness

For that’s the part of you I want to know.

Don’t kiss me goodbye 

Just let me lie; next to you. 

Don’t talk to me 

Just let me breathe in your trauma 

Look into my eyes 

Let me connect with your soul. 

Intertwine into my fingers 

and let me kiss you deep. 

Don’t shy out,

for your scars are the most beautiful thing known to me.