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No trivia or quizzes yet. I had read Two-Way Street a few years back, and although I didn’t particularly love it, I do remember wanting to know what the twist was and to see the relationship between the two protagonists develop.
And Harper, well, she knows she should be focusing on things like her Ballard application. But here it is: Oh yea, sure he was drunk but that is NO excuse for any guy to treat you like crap.
Not only did I not like Penn and Harper, but I feel like things were brought up yet never addressed. Hay algunos momentos tiernos pero eso es todo.
I had read Two-Way Street a few years back, and although I didn’t particularly love it, I do remember wanting to know what the twist was and to see laurne relationship be When I began reading The Thing About the Truth, I was looking for, well, fluff. Trivia About Through to You. Chloe to me, had more depth and character than any of the others, and I wish I knew how her story ended. We sure needed another young adult book that showcases violence as perfcet proper emotional outlet.
Me encanta que se conecte una con otra historia, eso le da un plus que suma solamente porque al menos dos de cuatro me gustaron lo suficiente como para cerrarlo con una sonrisa en el rostro. Oct 21, M. Every time that I read one of her books it makes me so happy.
Fast paced, funny, realistic dialogue between teenagers. Jul 12, Isamlq rated it it was ok. Still, it wasn’t a bad read. I like your sparkle.
Trivia About Kissing Perfect It did not make any sense. It starts with a scribbled note in class: You can’t get any deeper than that unless the characters are also lying to themselves.
Mar 29, Tonyalee rated it liked it Shelves: It was kind of on the short side and while I do feel like the ending was a little bit rushed and I would have loved to seen more, I liked the way it ended.
But a little “sparkle” is enough to flick into something else. But really, sometimes silence is best. My favorite part was when they pretended to be a married couple at the Home Depot. However, the first thirty pages seemed promising.
Plus, there’s close to nothing about Harper that seemed it would make Penn care about her even weeks after they break up. Thus Kelsey and Isaac become the leaders and founders of the new group — spending more time together than either of them would have hoped for.
The family problems involving both of the characters never truly got resolved those issues were kind of just pushed aside for the romance. Et Chloe est tout aussi marante.
The Thing About the Truth
The ending is just as disappointing as the rest of it. Kesley has a type A personality, and a little bit of a control freak. As I mentioned, I think this book should be middle school level. His inabilities to communicate feelings and how he continuously ignored Harper when things got too much for him was almost unbearable.
I almost feel like this is an outline of a story and isn’t fleshed out. I’ve always believed that telling the truth is key. The audience for her stories are not fucking toddlers so I don’t understand why she makes everything fluffy and light and boring.
I’ll start with Harper. Kkssing 25, Kim at Divergent Gryffindor rated it liked it Shelves: As she did so she was opening her mouth, and to a casual observer it might have appeared that she was whispering his name into his ear tenderly.
The characters’re interested and a little bit crazy; I like them “Kiss Perfect” is a forth book but it’s the second book of At the Party Series that I read. It just made me want to bash my head in.
The Thing About the Truth by Lauren Barnholdt
I would recommend this book to middle school girls. I couldn’t relate to the characters and I didn’t find them dimensional or even interesting.
Isaac quickly lost his interesting qualities once him and Kelsey got too comfortable with each other. I enjoyed it a bit, because I was able to finish reading it after all.
Sep 03, Shxrxn added it. Although I enjoyed this story more than I did the first three, Kissing Perfect still had it’s flaws. It was interesting to read the story from both the point of barnholdg of Kelsey and Issac and also reading about the aftermath and what happened in the events leading up to the aftermath at the same time.
What upsets me most, however, is my concern that this book is potentially dangerous for young, impressionable readers.