"The heart always wins out over the mind. The heart, although reckless and suicidal and a masochist all on its own, always gets its way. The mind may be what's best, but I don't give a shit what my mind is telling me anymore. Right now, I just want to live in the moment."I can't... I... I just can't find anything bad about this book. Again a few firsts with this one, but I'll tell them later. First I want you to know what this book is. I'll tell you what it is. It's nothing short of BRILLIANT. The Edge of Never went through my heart, like Cupid's arrow. It touched me and I don't think I will be able to forget it soon. It started slow. I already knew from other reviews that the first half was something you have to go through to get to the really good part, but I didn't mind. The book itself is really beautiful and I literally cried at times because of that. It made a mess of me.(Like so many books these days... Again DAMN YOU JOHN GREEN!) I will never forget Andrew and Camryn. When I finally got the the second half of the book, it made me drop my eReader a few times. (Yes, after those specific scenes. And yes I know you know wich scenes I mean if you read it already. If not, you will know when you do and I strongly advise you that you read this book.) The end, the letter, made me cry and then sigh with relief when I turned the page and saw that that's not how it ends. The end was perfect and I cried again, this time from pure joy. Now, the firsts. One: It made me drop my eReader. Literally. Never happened before.Two: I giggled, laughed, cried, sighed reading this book. Again, never did before, except for the crying recently.Three: I wanted to cry just because it ended. I wanted the book to go on and on and on. The Edge of Never will always be in my heart and I will read it again soon. This really is the most beautiful book I've ever read.