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Losing Hope (Hopeless, #2) - Colleen Hoover The word Hopeless has so many meanings when it comes to this book.

Hopeless is Holder's way of reminding himself that he let down the two people he loved most in his life.

Hopeless symbolises the bond between the girl Hope and the Girl Les (Lesslie)

Hopeless captures the emotions and the feelings of the characters in this book. Especially Dean Holder. He is completely and utterly hopeless. He is hopeless and he feels Hopeless.

The phrase Losing Hope doesn't just symbolise the loss of will in Holder but it conveys many other messages. It's not just Holder Losing Hope but it is about other characters Losing Hope. Les lost hope. And that led to something tragic. That was the reason why Holder suddenly became Hopeless.

As well as this, he lost his Childhood friend Hope and that also connects to Losing Hope.

These words/phrases have so many different meanings that are so cleverly conveyed in this book. Colleen Hoover was able to make this book magical even though it was just from another perspective. It was still unique and it uncovered so much information that we were not given in the first book.

We were able to see both sides of the arguments and the experiences and realise just how perfect the two characters Sky and Holder are for each other. They are/were both Hopeless but together they 'love' and 'like'.

They live.

This book will make you live.

And you will live this book!

:) ;) :D