”What makes you think there’s a proper way to say goodbye?”

 

Acha Septriasa reading a passage from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.

”Perhaps this was the fate of Raia Risjad. Always a stopover, never a destination.”

 

Putri Marinothe brilliant actress who will be Raia in the movie adapted from the book, reading a scene from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.

”He wanted to tell her how he felt, how much he wanted to love the woman standing in front of him, although he knew that perhaps, it wouldn’t be enough and it wouldn’t be fair to her.”

 

Reza Rahadian reading a scene from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.

”There’s one type of kiss that a woman never wants to experience. A kiss followed by an explanation.”

 

Bunga Citra Lestari reading a scene from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.

“Do you still think of her?”

“Every day, Paul. Every day.”

 

Herjunot Ali reading a scene from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.

”Because you’re as lost as I am, Raia. And in a city this big, it hurts less when you’re not lost alone.”

 

Raihaanun reading a scene from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.

”Every person has at least one secret that will break your heart.”

 

Carissa Perusset reading a scene from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.

”But out of everything that Paul has done for him throughout their entire friendship, there was one thing that River could never repay him for.”

 

Deva Mahenra reading a scene from The Architecture of Love, now in bookstores.