“She’s four minutes late, which doesn’t seem like all that much when you think about it; it’s a commercial break, the period between classes, the time it takes to cook a microwave meal. Four minutes is nothing…who would have guessed that four minutes could change everything.”
This, the beginning to my most recent reading adventure. When I first read this I had to read it two or three times because of what it did to me when I read the next few pages. “The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight” is a quick, read coming of age story that is really just how it sounds. Two broken teens meet in airport because of a four minute delay in time, and their stories inner twine as they sit fly over the ocean.
Now most of the time this stuff is meant for Hollywood, it’s written a lot like I see a movie would be. Only I’m afraid if they tried a movie version they would ruin it, I wasn’t completely in love with this book, but I was pretty happy with it. I would say that if you want a good book to curl up with and read in one afternoon this would be a good choice. Now I do have to warn you, you have to be at least a little bit of a sap to read this, even if you won’t admit it.