Great perspective of Holder. I like reading the other person’s perspective. I know a lot of people think it’s a cheap way of getting another book out but I think some stories need the other characters point of view and this is one of them. Holder had the key to the whole truth and it was awesome reading about it.
I prefer Sky’s version a bit more, I find hers was more detailed. I am taking half a star for Losing Hope to be a bit choppy especially near the end but all in all it was a great book to read. You get to see a little bit more of his friend Daniel. Pretty much his only friend and he has a good personality and someone who cares about Holder and doesn’t take shit from anyone. He stands up for Holder and it’s nice to see good friendship in the book with all the craziness that happens around Holder and Sky.
I definitely recommend this book after you read Hopeless. Even if you don’t care for another perspective of the same book, this book has a lot of answers and is a great read.
Simon and Schuster
October 8, 2013
In the follow-up to Colleen Hoover’s #1 New York Times bestseller Hopeless, the charming and irresistible Dean Holder tells the passionate story that has melted thousands of hearts.
In Hopeless, Sky left no secret unearthed, no feeling unshared, and no memory forgotten, but Holder’s past remained a mystery.
Still haunted by the little girl he let walk away, Holder has spent his entire life searching for her in an attempt to finally rid himself of the crushing guilt he has felt for years. But he could not have anticipated that the moment they reconnect, even greater remorse would overwhelm him…
Sometimes in life, if we wish to move forward, we must first dig deep into our past and make amends. In Losing Hope, bestselling author Colleen Hoover reveals what was going on inside Holder’s head during all those hopeless moments—and whether he can gain the peace he desperately needs.