Tuesday, May 22, 2012
Book Review: The Final Note by Kevin Alan Milne
It begins near the ending, and then retraces it's steps. As the story begins, Ethan Bright is retelling the story of how his wife came to be on life support and the journey of their relationship. Integral to their relationship is a series of love notes as well as a tie-in to music.
It is touching and somewhat reminiscent of The Notebook. In the same way, it might make a sweet chick flick.
I'm gonna toss it into the "good beach read" category. Sweet, entertaining, but not really memorable. Don't get me wrong, I've said it once...or a million times, there is a place for those good beach reads. Reading, and being taken on a journey is a good thing.