As we come closer and closer to the movie adaptation’s release date, so comes the question if those covered below will have their stories diminished to give Jacob Tremblay the focus he needs for his assumed Oscar nomination.
If FreeForm ever decides to do mini-series, A Pain Less Ordinary by L.V. Pires should be one of their first adaptations in the format.
Wonder’s trailer, similar to A Dog’s Purpose before that was released, has consistently made me bawl. So, to build up some strength before the movie, I got the book and while, as of page 43, my Puffs tissues remain untouched, I do feel like I’m being setup.
It’s the end! Not just of the book but also for Troy and Janet’s relationship for Aaron has become a consistent force in her life so Troy really has no place in it. Despite his attempts to win her back.
Just as Janet’s professional life is just consistently reaching new highs, her personal life seems to remain at an all time low – in terms of Troy.
Part 2 begins with Janet alone in New York, a bit frustrated, and maybe overpowered by this feeling of isolation, but what is greatness without a bit of adversity?
It seems to be the beginning of the end for Troy and Janet. Especially as she comes to terms with the idea that he isn’t a final destination but a retreat. One which allows her to recover from the various pains life has thrown at her. Yet, not …