"Of course Clare made a list. She creates lists for everything. That's just how she is.
But tonight is Clare and Aidan's last night before college and this list will decide their future, together or apart.
It takes them on a rollercoaster ride through their past - from the first hello in science class to the first conversation at a pizza joint, their first kiss at the beach and their first dance in a darkened gymnasium - all the way up to tonight.
A night of laughs, fresh hurts, last-minute kisses and an inevitable goodbye. But will it be goodbye forever or goodbye for now?"
A book about a girl who makes loads of lists? Doesn't that sound a little too familiar...?
The book is written over the course of one night - the night before they all depart for university (or college as it is called in the book) and it follows Aidan and Clare's relationship as they make a crucial decision on whether to continue their relationship or not. Through the night, they make stops to places that have given rise to shared memories. I love this romantic notion but some of the plot was extremely predictable. However, this didn't ruin the read for me and I was pleasantly surprised at how much of a plot a book can have even when set over the course of twelve hours, if not less than that.
My favourite character was Scotty - he seemed so happy-go-lucky and funny. He seemed to have the biggest heart out of all the characters and I thought it was sweet.
Overall, I think this is a nice read for someone in their mid to late-teens. I definitely felt a bit too old to be reading something like this! 6/10 from me because of this (but still a decent read).