It Ends With Us Movie Review
The It Ends With Us movie revolves around Lily Bloom, a young woman in Boston who runs a successful floral business. She develops feelings for a surgeon named Ryle Kincaid, but he’s reluctant to date her. But when Lily’s first love, Atlas Corrigan, makes an unexpected appearance in her life, she finds herself having to decide between two people she loves – her first love and Ryle. Luckily for Lily, her relationship with Ryle is saved in the end, but Lily must choose between two people she loves.
Colleen Hoover’s It Ends With Us
The New York Times bestselling author of Colleen Hoover’s It Endds With Us will leave you breathless, and wanting more. Her debut novel, It Ends With Us, is a captivating, emotional tale of love, loss, and family. The story of Anna Todd, a young woman who becomes a mother, is as heartbreaking as it is hopeful. While it may seem that the book is too perfect to be true, it’s full of emotion that’s sure to leave you thinking long after you’ve finished it.
The book begins with Kenna Rowan’s release from a five-year prison sentence. She is desperate to reconnect with her daughter, but everyone wants to keep her away from her. She finds support in the local barkeeper Ledger, and she must figure out a way to make peace with her past. Goodreads reviews have praised this book as Hoover’s most poignant, sob-worthy novel yet.
Kelly Clare’s It Starts With Us
Kelly Clare’s It Starts With US begins in the year that the pandemic of COVID-19 strikes the country. In the book’s opening, we meet Kelly, a New Zealander who now lives in Australia. She’s lost in her latest reverie, drifting away from the police sirens and car accident outside. This is a tale of resiliency and redemption that will leave you wanting to read more by Kelly Clare.
Sally Rooney’s Purple Lotus
Sally Rooney’s debut novel, “Conversations With Friends,” will become an Emmy-nominated TV series in 2020. Adapted from the bestselling book, this drama will follow the friendships of two best friends in Dublin and is a commentary on the complexities of modern people. The film will star Alison Oliver, Joe Alwyn, and Sasha Lane.