Oh man, the good one indeed.They are separated most of the fictio and you accompany them through their experiences without the other one and there was no moment in which you did n't think " This is so wrong! ", despite them being more or less happy or satisfied with their lives.
Strangely enough, Valentine develops a better balance than Lindsay does ever find, even though he is precisely the one that could n't live all by himself.
But it was n't acceptable because it was n't with Lindsay.
But true.I felt a little like the bitch when finally Lindsay and Valentine get together again.
The moment when they finally meet felt like a shock, as if the author suddenly decided stretching things too long would be superfluou, which I appreciate, as it would have been a perfect occasion to write pages and pages and pages talking nonsense and taking advantage of the reader 's love towards the characters.