Lit Chat: Never Let Me Go


I’m here today with another Lit Chat. This series was inspired by Lauren from Lauren and the Books over on YouTube and the Lit Chat cards created by BookRiot.

Today’s card is Never Let Me Go



What book would you recommend for a broken heart?

For me the best books to read when dealing with a broken heart are those of the escapist variety—fantasy, romance those kinds of things. Also this is the best time to re-read you’re all time favourites. You know the books that give you the warm and fuzzy feelings? Yeah those ones!


What about a book for someone falling in love?

Hmm tough choice by I’ll say either Outlander by Diana Gablodon or The Time Traveler’s Wife by Audrey Niffenegger.

Outlander is a amazing and engrossing tale of a lady, Claire Randall is finally on her honeymoon in Scotland since the war has ended. She then time travels from 1945 to 1743 a Scotland ravaged by war clans and on the verge of the Jacobite Rebellion. Also there is Jamie Fraser. A swoony, sweet Scot who, yes, wears a kilt.

Upon reflection, apparently time travelling books are the best for someone falling in love. The Time Traveler’s Wife is probably one of the first adult fiction novels I ever read. Told from Librarian, Henry’s point of view. It tells the tale of his and Clare relationship.  They first meet when Clare is 6 and Henry is 36 — don’t worry it’s not creepy Lolita style of book because Henry is a time traveller. Periodically, Henry finds himself misplaced in time and pulled to moment of emotion gravity in his life, both past and future. His disappearances are spontaneous and generally linked to Clare, which is so sweet.

{Note: also apparently books need characters named Clare/Clair to be perfect for falling in love}





That’s it for me. Comment down below and let me know what book you’d recommend for a broken heart.

Until next time, happy reading!