Amazing! One of the best books I've ever read. I was so intrigued and just so captivated by the whole thing. :)
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LibraryThing Review Auden has been staying out of parties and studying and studying since her parents' divorce but all that changes forever when she spends her summer before college with her dad.Auden is starting to make new friends and relationships,She gets to know herself and learns how to have fun with a new world filled with beach parties and food fights. A secretive boy helps her to let go and start to make up for the things she missed during her childhood. Sarah Dessen proclaims that this book is about second chances and how with family, friendships and even love it can take more than one try to get it right and I think that this has a very realistic story which can even happen in our everyday life.It has a great pace and its easy to fall in love with this book.So have a go and its guaranteed to make you want to read more and more.
LibraryThing Review The books by this author that I've read in the past all felt highly condescending toward the main character - maybe because they all seem to contain lessons or morals as part of the theme, and they're not at all subtle, and the focus on them often seems greater than telling a good story. I thought this one might be an exception for the first half of it, but it wasn't. I did enjoy some parts, though. Maggie was a really interesting and likable character.
Review: Along for the Ride This is my first book by Sarah Dessen, and oddly enough the book feels light and almost natural. I've read a few novels dealing with teenage angst (and most of the things that come along with it) so I ...
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