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    An Eloquently Written Novel

    A few years ago I was contacted to review a book that completely floored me. To this day, that book is still one of my all time favorite books, its still the most beautifully written, amazingly tragic book I've ever read, and it was a debut novel. The writing and the story itself are just eloquent. It was also one of the very FEW debut books I have ever given 5 stars to - if I could I would give it 50,000 stars, it deserves them, it deserves to be on every bestseller's list out there and it deserves awards out the wazoo. That book was Larkin's Letters which is the predecessor to Ryan's Letters. Ryan's Letters is just as amazing as Larkin's Letters was. It is just as eloquently written and just as beautifully tragic. Ryan Boone has lost the love of his life, his true soulmate and he is drowning in grief. Just as Larkin wrote to Ryan, Ryan decides to now write to Larkin and in his letters he voices the feelings he keeps hidden from everyone else. When Larkin starts appearing to Ryan reading his letters my heart just broke. I could actually see in my head and feel the love flowing between these two. Through his letters and Larkin's visits, Larkin begins to help Ryan through his grieving and to continue on with his life which includes meeting someone new and learning to also let that person be there for him through his healing. In Ryan's Letters we also get one more of Larkin's letters, one she had written to her parents. This was my favorite letter of the book, it totally caved my heart in but I was so happy for the closure it gave her parents. READ THESE BOOKS, its all I can say, you won't be sorry. You will however need an entire case of tissues. In 2 books this amazing author has captured and portrayed the ultimate love story, one that is for a lifetime and beyond even when that lifetime is short.
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    Favorite Quotes: “Dealing with sadness and grief made him feel like a fish out of water – unable to breathe. A feeling no one wants to have.” “You are the day that keeps me breathing. You are the night that keeps me dreaming. You are the sun that keeps me warm, and the moon that lights my darkness. You are everything that I need and everything that I want. When I look into your eyes, I see my future. I want to be your breath, your dream, your sun, and your moon. But most importantly, I want to be your tomorrow.” My Review: On the heels of Larkin’s Letters, Ryan’s Letters is yet another deeply moving and well-written masterpiece by Jax Jillian. I don’t know how she does it, but she squeezes my cold heart and stings my eyes with her words, and she achieves this feat repeatedly and without being sappy. The plot is unique, interesting, creative, and relevant. Ryan’s sorrow and pain are palpable and intense, yet somehow the story is hopeful and not maudlin. I enjoyed the book and remained entertained and engaged from beginning to end.
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