Well this day is special in that it ends horribly. Then she wakes up and it’s Cupid Day all over. Yep Sam is caught reliving the same day over and over. It’s pretty interesting. Each day Sam tries different things, both trying to break the repeat cycle and also just do the most outlandish things possible with complete confidence you get another do-over. Honestly the thought is rather invigorating. What would you do one day if you knew you could do whatever you wanted and as soon as you went to sleep it’d start all over clean slate?
So the story delves deeper and throughout you get to see how friendships were formed. How they weren’t always popular. Different aspects of what was supposed to be a so called perfect life. I won’t lie and say I didn’t see it all coming but still it was good.
Now as for the ending. Part of me understands it completely and sees really it’s the only way the book could have ended. The other part of me isn’t content. I feel cheated. I’m sure once it’s settled in my mind and isn’t fresh I’ll move more to the understanding side but I just can’t help feel that the ending left open so much and could have caused so many ripples that it could lend itself to another story. So I guess I say read it, enjoy it, and if you feel at the end like me then just imagine your own little added part to tack on.