Layla has traveled all over the world as a stewardess, hoping to escape the memories she left behind in her hometown. After an accident on a flight forces her back to Geneva, Layla is forced to face the tragedy and broken family she left behind in the small upstate New York town, and realizes that sometimes emotional baggage just needs to be emptied out....
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baggage claim Reviews
"You'll see Layla; I'm going to live in Paris one day.""Why Paris?""Because no one can ever be sad in Paris, it's just not allowed." BOOM. This story blew me away and left me drowning in so many emotions that I could hardly even breathe.Baggage Claim is a Mystery wattpad story about an international flight attendant named Layla, and her journey towards finding acceptance and forgiveness not only in herself, in society, but also in her family.You see, what's interesting about this story is that it addresses so many issues nowadays. It deals with bullying, racism, unequal treatment within the family, depression, suicide, forgiveness, friendship, healing, love, LGBT rights, and so much more. The plot itself was really thought-provoking and the way every line was written with raw emition was also very admirable.I also love how the characters were developed. Not all wattpad writers can manage to write believable and relatable characters, but Nika Yaya was able to pull it off quite well. All the characters had their own distinction when it came to their voices. Some were humorous, some were caring, just as some were broken and others were cold and judgemental. I was really really happy to see those significant differences.Overall, I'm giving this book a well-deserved five-star rating for being so amazing and for making me so emotional. I related with these characters especially during flashbacks of their teenage years so much that I lost it and my tears just kept flowing in the last couple of chapters. It's a good thing that the story ended well though-It left me feeling really good when I finished this story.
It isn't often that I HAVE to put down a book I'm in the middle of reading because the content or writing forces me to reconsider everything I think I know. Reading "Baggage Claim" was one such experience. I was in tears by the end of the book not because of how the plot ended or any such thing, but rather because I had been forced to face my own baggage and claim it. This isn't just a story of a girl who is forced to face her past, it's a study in the psychology of human nature and the place of family in our lives. I am recommending this to all my friends and anyone who asks me what I'm reading these days.
Duh! Can't take any longer anymore even if im in half of the story. Sorry, i feel bored for this one.