Remembering Summer

Remembering Summer An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here Livy Green always thought going away to college in Los Angeles was what she wanted Finally she d be able to get away from Stratford with its ridicul

  • Title: Remembering Summer
  • Author: Jen Carter
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 495
  • Format: Paperback
  • An alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here.Livy Green always thought going away to college in Los Angeles was what she wanted Finally, she d be able to get away from Stratford with its ridiculous Shakespeare festival and small town quirks Unfortunately, moving away came at a price saying goodbye to her best friend Hunter in ways than one.Now, two weeks befoAn alternate cover for this ASIN can be found here.Livy Green always thought going away to college in Los Angeles was what she wanted Finally, she d be able to get away from Stratford with its ridiculous Shakespeare festival and small town quirks Unfortunately, moving away came at a price saying goodbye to her best friend Hunter in ways than one.Now, two weeks before college graduation, Livy is ready to continue on with her life in Los Angeles as an independent young adult But when she s called back to Stratford to see a gravely ill friend, she suddenly finds herself having to face Hunter and the reasons she left home in the first place.Remembering her summers growing up in Stratford might be the only way to figure out what she really wants for life after college that is, if she s ready to face the truth Young Adult Contemporary Fiction

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    1. First time reading this author. This was a recommended read for romance, but there is very little romance to it. I don't know if that is the reason for my disappointment, but the main characters don't explore their feelings for each other. There is implications of feeling but nothing concrete leaving the reader still wondering about their relationship. The main story is about the mysterious woman on the hill who eventually disappears and you never know why or what happened to her. The reader is [...]

    2. Good readThis book was about two friends that hung out in the summer. The story goes back and forth from childhood. Age 20 and the present. Even though it does go back and forth it's easy to follow. Even through all the challenges they remain friends. They also have a common friend in the lady on the hill. It's a fun read.

    3. Great storyThis was a great back story to one of the characters in the Otto Vito series. It stands on its own but gives a great background story to Livy. I'm looking forward to book 4 in the series.

    4. I enjoyed the shenanigans of Livy and Hunter as they were growing up together. The small town atmosphere was the ideal location for such an innocent childhood friendship. The addition of Sara added intrigue to the story. Makes me want to take a Shakespeare refresher course!

    5. I loved this book. I had just finished Jen Carter's 2nd novel, Chasing Paris, when I started this one. I really liked the way the author structured the story going back and forth during different times in the lives of the 2 main characters, from the age of 10 to about age 22. The author captured the feelings of the character Livvy so well I could put myself into her mind. The town of Stratford was also a "character" in the book, with its Globe Theater, a Shakespeare festival and a Summer Solstic [...]

    6. The prelude starts off sort of half finished, and without much of a hook. The formatting’s lumpy. Too many extra spaces and dinkuses not centered. Makes it come across as amateur-ish. The following Chapter one starts with a date, but without a date in the preceding prologue, it just left me scratching my head. Excessive use of fragments and single line paragraphs make it ever harder to persist with. Gave up.

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