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The Last Summer has 25348 ratings and 2281 reviews. Rekha said: The characters in this book all annoyed the crap out of me. I love you! I hate you! I l...

But the characters, although likeable, never really come alive, and neither does the novel. Given how much I enjoyed this one, I figure I'd better give it a try sometime in the near future. Riley I thought it was the only one who knew what she wanted and she never cared about what might think of it.

The plot, to me, is very simple, the way I like it - nothing overly dramatic, everything falls in place naturally. Don't get me wrong though, by no means is this a "deep" book. They offered us so many things not to do, it was hard to see what possibilities were left over.

Having finished it, I don't really feel like adding any more to this. And yet it made him ache for the eagerness and completeness with which she approached her life. Riley's the older sister, outdoors-driven to the point where she eshews "normal" relationships and activities with which others her age are consumed; Alice, her amazingly beautiful, selfless and smart younger sister; and Paul, the rich, semi-tortured (as all stereotypical rich kids are) boy-next-door and Riley's best, platonic friend. J'ai d'abord vraiment aimé le fait qu'on se promène entre le présent et le passé des trois personnages.

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    Paul is an annoying guy who spends the entire book angsting about Alice. And her silent search for love and independence felt earnest to me and reminded me how difficult it can be to exist in the shadow of more assertive and dominant personalities. Who knew that my favorite type of book actually had a name? And such a fun one.

    Loving her job, she Ann Brashares grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with three brothers and attended a Quaker school in the D. And, though I'm still not too interested at all in reading her YA books, I've been eying her second adult novel, , for awhile now. She remembered the nights she'd said her Hail Marys and Our Fathers again and again and again, feeling transported, wondering if she was transported.

    Then I read your review and laughed so hard I want to read the damn book just to laugh at it again. I'm not person for that type of the book (nor I read it at the beach). I felt that the author wanted to express that the sisters had a strong relationship. She wanted to keep her version of events for as long as possible.

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