DON'T READ IF YOU ARE INTENDING ON READING IT
I honestly like this book a lot but i didn't care for the ending. I wish she ended up with Gabe or Patrick not alone, And i wish she was still friends with tess. but over all it was a great book i would for sure recommend.its great for people who arelooking for a good romantic book that will for sure mess with your emotions and have you picking a side. 4.5 stares
Molly has a complicated history with the Donnelly siblings. When she goes home for the summer before her first year of college, things hit the fan!
i was hoping for more of a resolution and i wanted to cheer Molly on, but honestly, i found her to be very immature and i could not get on her side. she just kept making mistake after mistake and i couldn't feel bad about it.
i think we're supposed to relate to Molly but i could not. at all.
What a page turner! I thought it was cool how each chapter was a new day. I wish that the book had a different ending though. It seems like after everything that she went through and things were going back to normal only to go bad again, wish that she ended up with at least one of the Donnelly brothers and that she could have worked things out with Julia. Other then the ending I really loved this loved and would certainly recommend to others. Rating: 4 out of 5 stars. - @Fallenangelhushhush of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library
This is a new favorite for me in contemporary YA. The way the backstory of why her best friend and even the entire town has come to hate Molly and the secret her mom used as inspiration for her bestselling novel is slowly revealed was suspenseful, and each new bit of information casts the situation in a different light. Everything relationship is more complicated than it initially seems. So many YA novels treat first love as if it is 4EVA but this was much more messy and realistic. Bonus for awesome, complicated female friendships and an ending that isn't all neat and tidy. This is a refreshing take on YA romance.
Molly returns from her self-imposed exile at boarding school to spend 99 days in her hometown before leaving for college. The story revolved around a love triangle between Molly and two brothers. It’s obvious pretty early in the book that most of the characters are selfish, self-destructive people. Molly never really takes responsibility for her own actions, but she does complain throughout the book that people in town no longer like her. The most interesting part of the book is Molly’s relationship with her mother, who she believes is responsible for making her love triangle public. The book would have benefited from more time spent on that relationship.
I thought i would like this book. It sounded fluffy and summery which is exactly what i wanted in October when it is just starting to get cold. I don't even think that it is the way that it was written. The romance was so directly taken from The summer I turned pretty by Jenny Han. Also I hated the main character Molly. She just couldn't make up her mind about which boy she wanted to love. Other than that I also hated the ending. I felt like she didn't chose either of the boys. I know which one I wanted her to pick. It felt like she just ran away from her situation again by going to college. It just didn't seem finished.
Can your whole life change in one summer? 99 days to find out.
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