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    Yup! I absolutely would. I don't know if you've read The Time Traveller's Wife, but I won't spoil it just in case. There's a part in there that is so bittersweet and beautiful that comes from the characters knowing something specific about the future.
    I LOVE that book.

    I agree, I would want to know too.

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    Nope I wouldnt want to know. I would feel like I was forever living my life in the future instead of enjoying the now...

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    I would want to know too

    P.S love TTW as well, such a great movie!

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    Nope because if it was something i didn't want to hear I would spend the next 20 years stressing about it

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    Yup! I absolutely would. I don't know if you've read The Time Traveller's Wife, but I won't spoil it just in case. There's a part in there that is so bittersweet and beautiful that comes from the characters knowing something specific about the future.
    No I haven't but now I'm intrigued!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lauzy View Post
    No I haven't but now I'm intrigued!
    It's a beautiful, beautiful, uplifting, soul-destroying book. One of my favourites.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    It's a beautiful, beautiful, uplifting, soul-destroying book. One of my favourites.
    I havent read the book but saw the movie. I struggled with it for many reasons (wont say as dont want to spoil for anyone) but I did like the story.

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    I would want to know. I think it would help with my anxiety.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    It's a beautiful, beautiful, uplifting, soul-destroying book. One of my favourites.
    Quote Originally Posted by peanutmonkey View Post
    I havent read the book but saw the movie. I struggled with it for many reasons (wont say as dont want to spoil for anyone) but I did like the story.

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    Should I read the book or watch the movie?

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    Read the book. Definitely. It takes a little while to get into but stick with it.

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