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At the time I read this book, I was the exact same age as Suzanne, my name is Suzanne, and I have been told by doctors all of my life to not have children as the pregnancy could kill me. Needless to say, I absolutely sobbed at the end of the book!!!!
The movie was a pretty good adaptation of the book, although I didn't cry anywhere near as much as I did with the book. I agree with one of the other posters above, I wish the whole story was about Suzanne, as her life was definitely more interesting than Kate's.
I find it hard to believe that Johnathon and Christina's marriage broke up not long after this movie - they had great chemistry!!
(By the way, I'm now 40, still alive and, unlike Matt and Suzanne in the book/movie, my husband and I decided it was best that I do NOT ever fall pregnant).
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