God-Shaped Hole Review

God-Shaped Hole Review
If your intentions are pure
I am seeking a friend
For the end of the world

When Beatrice Jordan meets the unpredictable Jacob Grace, the two wild souls become instant allies. Together they discover an escape in each other's creativity and insecurities, while running from secrets they cannot seem to shake – or a fate that could throw them to the ground . . .

This 15th Anniversary reissue of Tiffanie DeBartolo's classic love story introduces a new audience of dreamers to a quintessentially real and raw vision of spirit, and inspires everyone to live — and love — as vividly as possible.


I gave up on the book at page 223 with about 40% left to read. It started out good, but I found the book a bit choppy and it started to slow down. I knew from the first chapter that her soul mate would die early, but I found myself constantly wondering if the chapter I was reading was going to be his final. I didn’t like that I was focused on his death than what was happening in the book, so for that I give it 2 stars.


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