The beginning of everything. There is always a start to something. Whether it be bad or good, it always leads back to where it all started…Plot: Have you ever had something significant happen in your life and you tell the story. But when you begin the story you think,” No, this isn’t were it started. It started when…” Yeah, those moments in life where you think to were it all began. You think what would you would have done differently or even if it was just meant to be that way. This plot is so well written that I had no problem getting into it. The significance to the story and the way it ended, had me thinking about moments in my life where things changed. It flowed nicely with plenty of plot twists and turns.Love: Not all love is meant to be. Most love we all have is a learning experience, right? A cheater boy/girlfriend, a best friend stabbing you in the back, a family member betrayal. Whatever the case, you learn and grow form it. You can either allow it to over take you, making you bitter. Or you can learn from it, take it for what it is and move on. This love had hard lessons to learn. A bad past, lies and a path that crossed before their time, leading on to heartache. It pained me to see the whole picture come together. When it did, I understood.The beginning and the end: Sometimes life sucks. You crossed paths with someone thinking,” This is it!” and it’s not the right time or place. There is something holding you or them back, something you wish you could’ve seen from the start. Something, anything you can do to change the circumstance your in. Life….it sucks sometimes. You can’t control or change things.I think this is great coming of age story of learning about life and love. Capturing the unique essence in life and telling it with great world building/characters is amazing. Taking the reader out of their comfort zone, Ms. Schneider riveting interpretation of fate is at its best. Ambitious and beautiful, The Beginning Of Everything is magical.