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Small Circles

Small Circles Small Circles is the story of four friends over four years of their young adult lives in Tennessee Starting in their sopho year at a boarding school and continuing through their freshman year at diffe

  • Title: Small Circles
  • Author: Megan Duke
  • ISBN: 9781480133211
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • Small Circles is the story of four friends over four years of their young adult lives in Tennessee Starting in their sopho year at a boarding school and continuing through their freshman year at different universities, the friends face the same trials most teenagers face today, as well as a few other things This inspiring story touches base with the struggles of defiSmall Circles is the story of four friends over four years of their young adult lives in Tennessee Starting in their sopho year at a boarding school and continuing through their freshman year at different universities, the friends face the same trials most teenagers face today, as well as a few other things This inspiring story touches base with the struggles of defining oneself in spite of homosexuality, drug addiction, suicide, and heartbreak Most of all it sends one message it s okay to be happy.

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    1. Lori on said:

      Review previously posted at . Before I post the review I have something to say. This was an author requested review for an honest rating, yet I found myself unable to give it a rating. After some deliberation I thought it only fair that I contact the author, show her my review and give her the option whether to run it or not - after all she wasn't getting her side of the deal, I wasn't rating it. (For clarity's sake I'd like to say that I have reviewed several books and given them a low rating i [...]

    2. Ana on said:

      *I was given a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review*First of all thank you so much Megan Duke for contacting me and giving me an opportunity to read and review this AMAZING book.Small Circles is a book that follows the stories of four friends during their sophomore year in high school to their freshman year in college. This book blew me away! I am in love and so happy that I have my own (signed) copy of it. The author is able to flawlessly combine four different perspectives into on [...]

    3. Lauren on said:

      I got a free copy in exchange for a review, preferably an honest one. My laptop kept crashing, which prevented me from posting this at six a.m, so I started typing on my Ipad. Needless to say, Safari wiped away my review when I went to switch a song. Why am I telling you this? Because it's my sheer love for this book that keeps me forward to continue writing this review. I mean, I could just type a paragraph on how I love this book, and everyone should read it, ect, but It's more than that. I wa [...]

    4. Ka-Ka Bear on said:

      First of all, I would like to say thank you SO much to Megan for sending me her book! Small Circles is a book I think every person, teenager or adult, can relate to. This book follows Paxton, Larson, Jade, and Owen, four teenagers facing the world one emotional step at a time. Over the course of their sophomore to their freshman year in college, Small Circles follows these four friends' stories and the internal war they are battling within themselves and the outside world. If this book taught me [...]

    5. Bryce on said:

      So yesterday I downloaded this book on my Kindle, not really knowing what to expect. I'm not a huge fan of realistic fiction, but I had heard amazing things about this book, so I decided to give it a try. I started reading. And I didn't stop. At 1:00 am the next morning I finished the book. And then, I promptly cried myself to sleep. I was absolutely blown away by this book! Megan didn't hold back on anything while writing this, and I think that's one of the things I love most about it. It addre [...]

    6. Alexa on said:

      Megan Duke you have destroyed me! I can't begin to express how much this book meant to me. The ending literally killed me because I was so emotionally invested in these characters. If an author can make you feel like you're part of the book and their words can literally make you feel like you are somewhere else, then you know they are something greater than just a writer. I was completely captivated by the writing style, it was so beautifully done. I haven't cried that hard since Allegiant and t [...]

    7. Brianna ☯ on said:

      New author Megan Duke has wowed me, her debut novel Small Circles is about a group of kids overcoming big struggles in life. Such as, defining oneself in spite of sexuality, drug addiction, suicide, and heartbreak. This novel is a roller coaster of emotions, I related so much to it because most of these things I've been through.What I really enjoyed was Megan's writing style, her book is divided in four parts, Sophomore Year, Junior Year, Senior Year, and College. I really like the way she progr [...]

    8. Fangirlinfinity21 (Sarah) on said:

      I really liked the story and all of the characters in this book.I liked how it goes into what everyday normal teens might be going through now in real life and I feel like it shows that even though things may not always be right ,that it's okay because others deal with hardships in life too .I got really teary at the end you will know why if you read this book.Mind you I am into science fiction a whole lot, and while I do read real life"normal everyday" books ,but I don't always enjoy them as mu [...]

    9. Skyler on said:

      Small Circles was recommended to me by a friend who really enjoyed the book so I thought I'd give it a shot. But it didn't suck me in like books tend to do when I'm 100% engaged. Pros1. Very diverse cast of characters each with his or her own unique personality traits, opinions, and loyalties. 2. Other people may have mentioned this, but I'm just going to throw this one out there again. The message that this book has is a good one. "It's okay to be happy." Cons1. The dialogue between characters [...]

    10. Jody on said:

      Never take things for granted! This book is such a good read! I am kind of at a lost for words. Ok, at times it was a bit cheesy, but c'mon, it was a teen drama, it's supposed to be!One major theme running through this book (especially at the end) is to never take things for granted, especially the ones you love. Life is short and things can be snatched away from you just like that! Always live in the moment. Tell the people you love that you love them!The characters in this book were actually l [...]

    11. Jesy Elyse on said:

      It's currently 4 am and I just finished this book. I have sad and mostly happy years in my eyes. This book has taken me on a journey with these four characters. The story was so raw and real and it made me feel like I was right there with them, apart of the group. Through out the story I found my self smiling, cringing and feeling everything these characters felt. Overall the story is amazing and I need the next book!!!! Thank you so much to Megan for sending your book to me! "It's okay to be ha [...]

    12. Céline on said:

      Took a chance with this book, and was not disappointed! Loved each character and how they all had their own trials to go through throughout the story and how they learned to count on each other. Truly an inspiring novel in itself. I am so excited to read Megan Duke's following novels!

    13. June on said:

      (Small Circles) is an extraordinary novel about 4 friends living throughout sophomore year to university. I'd never expect anything other than a normal teenage life. The book caught me and has taken me into another world.

    14. Megan Duke on said:

      Can I say my own book is worthy of 5 stars? Maybe, if I believe really hard, it'll make it true :)

    15. Alex A on said:

      This is a great book. I was surprised at how my experiences as a young adult were similar. Megan it was great to meet you at the YAMANIA event at FAU

    16. Erisha (Bookaholic Reads) on said:

      Read full review at: bookaholic-reads*I RECEIVED THIS BOOK IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW*NO SPOILERS! Small Circles by Megan Duke is an emotional, heart capturing book which based on the story of four friends from Sophomore years to their College years. The four friends are Larson, Paxton, Owen & Jade who go through tough times in understanding themselves and each other better. This book was like a roller coaster- full of emotions, sometimes I was happy an star next I was crying. This boo [...]

    17. Jessica on said:

      Oh my Gosh! This book made me have so many different feels all at the same time! Megan Duke was so kind and gave me a free review copy of this story so I could do a review.When I first started reading it I thought, "okay this is going to be a fun teenager/high school bookI don't think anything too complicated will happen." Boy was I wrong!I loved how the four main characters were all very different from one another. I get tired of reading about friends who are exactly alike in a book, and this o [...]

    18. Terrell Brown on said:

      Oh Gosh, now this bookThis book got me bad and hard. I just finished this book today and i cannot complain at all. This is my all time favorite #1 Book ever! I never in my life read a book that i felt so related to the main characters. My favorite character in the story was Larson of course! Me and Larson are so much alike! And its so unbelievable that you can just pick up a book one day and just feel like its the story of your life. Im not trying to sound so cliché but I'm serious. This book h [...]

    19. Lainey Lorio on said:

      (This review can also be found at thebellebeautyblog)There are only a handful of books that have actually changed my life, and Small Circles by Megan Duke was one of them. I borrowed this book from my best friend Lauren a few months ago, and instead of putting it on a shelf and reading it after I had finished another book, I decided to read it that night. Fast forward about two hours, to when my mother walked into the living room and found me huddled on the sofa in a state of shock and feels. Bu [...]

    20. Kelly on said:

      My daughter received this book for free in exchange for an honest review and read the synopsis to me. I was immediately intrigued and decided to purchase it for myself to read alongside her. We were both able to finish this book in one setting, simply because we could not put it down. It tells the story of four friends coping with the trials that accompany teenage life and coming to realize that "It's okay to be happy." It was easy to relate to the struggles Jade, Owen, Larson, and Paxton face b [...]

    21. Sophie on said:

      Before I get into the review, I just want to say a huge thank you to Megan Duke for sending me a copy of this book to read and review! Had so much fun with it.I don't even know where to start! Partly because this is my first review for this blog, but mainly because this book is incredible! What do you write about a book if you have no complaints whatsoever? This is definitely a book that all teens/young adults should read. The characters have to deal with and go through things that a lot of teen [...]

    22. Jaclyn on said:

      First off, thank you Megan Duke for sending me a copy of this fantastic (and for signing it too!)“Some books you read. Some books you enjoy. But some books just swallow you up, heart and soul.”Joanne HarrisThis quote encompasses how I felt after reading this book. Right from the get go I was hooked into the story and into the lives of these characters. I really enjoyed the smooth transitions between each character storylines and how each of their stories intertwined in someway. I also liked [...]

    23. Amanda on said:

      I won this book in a giveaway. Small Circles by Megan Duke is highly engaging contemporary novel. I enjoyed it thoroughly. I would recommend it to people that like books about boarding schools and teens figuring out their sexuality. Small Circles is about four teens that go to a boarding school in Tennessee. They deal with things like love, fights, and the loss of a loved one. I found the characters to be likeable but realistic making the story a quick read. As a side note, I love when the cove [...]

    24. Opeyemi Adeleke on said:

      This book is completely not what i expected s even better!!!it really does involve trials we teens face everyday as we grow ups a book i'd recommend to anyone that's having trouble finding/defining them self(and anyone that's looking for a new good book to read).Megan Duke defiantly done it justice really expresses the fact that its ok to be happy know matter what and so i can't wait for three-sixty (a book like small circles but a little different) to come out. i'm really happy i found this boo [...]

    25. Tony on said:

      A simple yet sweet tale of the lives of a teenage group of friends. The book speaks truth about issues we teenagers often face whether it's substance abuse or coming to terms with our true self. The ending was devastating and I was definitely hoping it didn't have to end that way but it was well executed. The message that it's okay to be happy is simple and beautiful, much like the book! Very glad I won this book!

    26. JenniferReads on said:

      This book is a revelation, that shows so many aspects that teenagers have to overcome and it's depicted beautifullyFull review out soon.

    27. Sage on said:

      I can see this book being a mirror to a lot of struggling teens. And a mirror that tells them 'it's okay to be happy' This book was so far from the fantasy novels I read, and was kind of a wakeup call.

    28. Staceyj on said:

      Beautiful and heart wrenching. Touches you deep. Read this on the recommendation of my daughter. She always picks winners.

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