The true value of happiness
Happiness is relative from person-to-person; what may make me happy may not be the same for you. Regardless, happiness has similar effects: it makes you feel giddy, contented, and, for lack of better word, happy.
Jennifer E. Smith’s This is what Happy Looks Like waxes lyrical on how happiness is found. She follows the tale of two teenagers who found each other through the Internet’s version of a wrong number: a misspelled email address. From then on, the two teenagers found themselves exchanging email after email, finding themselves falling for the person on the other side of the country.
Fast forward a few months, and the male protagonist turns out to be a _____________, while the female lead also has a few secrets of her own. Together, the two of them embark on a journey that challenges everything they believed in and stood for, all for love.
How was it? After falling in love with Smith’s The Statistical Probability of True Love, I was pleasantly surprised to find out that This is What Happy Looks Like does not follow a similar pattern. Rather, it has its own quirks and I love how truthful everything seems.
As a wide reader who is still hung up with Smith’s magic, I may need more time to come up with a better review of her book. Till then, as I am busy looking for her third book.
🙂 written by: Ellie Peaches Pants:)