It's Not Summer Without You

Jenny Han Alice Delarbre

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It's Not Summer Without You

It s Not Summer Without You Belly finds out what comes after falling in love in this follow up to The Summer I Turned Pretty from the New York Times bestselling author of To All the Boys I ve Loved Before soon to be a major moti

  • Title: It's Not Summer Without You
  • Author: Jenny Han Alice Delarbre
  • ISBN: 9781416995555
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Belly finds out what comes after falling in love in this follow up to The Summer I Turned Pretty from the New York Times bestselling author of To All the Boys I ve Loved Before soon to be a major motion picture , Jenny Han.Can summer be truly summer without Cousins Beach It used to be that Belly counted the days until summer, until she was back at Cousins Beach with ConrBelly finds out what comes after falling in love in this follow up to The Summer I Turned Pretty from the New York Times bestselling author of To All the Boys I ve Loved Before soon to be a major motion picture , Jenny Han.Can summer be truly summer without Cousins Beach It used to be that Belly counted the days until summer, until she was back at Cousins Beach with Conrad and Jeremiah But not this year Not after Susannah got sick again and Conrad stopped caring Everything that was right and good has fallen apart, leaving Belly wishing summer would never come.But when Jeremiah calls saying Conrad has disappeared, Belly knows what she must do to make things right again And it can only happen back at the beach house, the three of them together, the way things used to be If this summer really and truly is the last summer, it should end the way it started at Cousins Beach.

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    1. Nic on said:

      For helpful visuals of Conrad and Jeremiah: irresistiblereads Favourite Quote: "I stared at him. Did he really say that? Did he remember? The way he looked back at me, one eyebrow raised, I knew he did. And this time, I was the one to look away. Because I remembered. I remembered everything."Don't you love it when the second book in a series is way better than the first? That is the case with It's Not Summer Without You. I enjoyed The Summer I Turned Pretty but sometimes founds the characters ar [...]

    2. Maureen on said:

      3.5/5 Belly was more obnoxious in this book and the love triangle was hit SO HARD but I still really liked it.

    3. Christine Delilah (Maramochabooks) on said:

      “I will never look at you in the same way ever again. I'll never be that girl again. The girl who comes running back every time you push her away, the girl who loves you anyway.”I.Can't.Stop.Laughing. I shouldn't be laughing, but dear God, do I find that ironic. Let's play: Can You Count The Cliches?Winner gets 10 points and this virtual mug:“He started to say something, maybe an apology and maybe not, and then he stopped, he leaned over and pulled me toward him - like by gravitational for [...]

    4. Whitney Atkinson on said:

      This didn't even feel like a real book. It was just a continuation of the last one which ended kinda abruptly, so this series is probably meant to be read back-to-back to make it seem like all one storyline. I definitely liked book one way more. In this there's just SO much angst and going back and forth and everyone's emotions were haywire. But I do love Belly. She's selfish and childish in a way that i'm sure some people hate, but to me, it's completely relatable. It's her flaw, and it makes h [...]

    5. Clau R. on said:

      I didn't liked it as much as the first one. Belly is starting to piss me off and don't make me talk about Conrad, I can barely stand him.Jeremiah, Laurel and Susannah are my faves <3.

    6. Regan on said:

      Man. So many ups and downs. I feel so attached to everyone, and I feel like they are real people dealing with real struggles. It's a nice change.

    7. kari on said:

      Wow, how to take a happy and hopeful ending, twist and turn it inside out until it becomes so sad that you don't really want to finish the story. That's what happened here and I didn't like it.This story takes a long time to roll out, being quite a ways into it before it all stops being back story and you actually get to some action. The back and forth in this one didn't work as well as the first book and I didn't think the two person point of view added anything. Knowing Jeremiah's thoughts did [...]

    8. Aj the Ravenous Reader on said:

      What the what?! I finished the second book without realizing it. It felt like I have just started and then suddenly it’s done?! I guess that’s how addicted I am in Ms. Han’s writing. The second book is a lot gloomier than the first now that the glue that supposedly holds the characters together is now gone. Even I miss her too. *Sniffs* The second installment has become more mature than the first book. The conflicts a lot more complicated and the love triangle has become deeper and more in [...]

    9. Chelsea (chelseadolling reads) on said:

      Re-read 8/12/17: This was super cute, but I definitely don't feel quite as enamored with this series as I did when I first read it. I'm keeping my 4 star rating because I did thoroughly enjoy this, but I definitely have some issues with how annoying Belly is and how Conrad is NOT the business. Original read 5/7/14: I loved this one so much more than the first book. Oh, my heart. I've fallen in love with Jenny Han's writing style. Also on a less serious note DAT LAST PAGE THO

    10. Zoë on said:

      4.5/5This was definitely a more somber and emotional read than The Summer I Turned Pretty, but I really liked it! I couldn't give it a full 5/5 because I still think Belly is annoying and childish at times which bothers me, but I read the whole book in about four hours! If you loved the first book like I did, definitely read this one!

    11. Hershey on said:

      ☀ A splendid summer read ☀Cousins Beach was Belly's home. It was the only place she ever thought of. Every summer she visits the Cousins Beach but this time things have changed. Susannah, her mother's best friend had passed away and summer at Cousins Beach was no more. Why? Because Susannah was the only person who linked all of them together. Without her, it wouldn't be a perfect summer.Belly has grown in this book. She's no more pouting and throwing tantrums. I liked Belly much better in th [...]

    12. Jessie on said:

      Actual rating: 3.5 starsI'm really surprised I actually liked this, Belly's still immature, but she didn't bother me as much. Plus, something actually happened in this book, I'm addicted here. (view spoiler)[Though I don't appreciate the love triangle. (hide spoiler)] It's also nice to see more of Jeremiah, since he was this really bland character in The Summer I Turned PrettyNRAD <3On to We'll Always Have Summer! Woohoo!

    13. Cristina on said:

      Shoot me now! 🙄 This book was even worse than the first one. Why does Belly bave to be so undecided and why does Conrad has to be such an ass?! I'm still team Jeremiah! All the way. I was so glad when I saw that some chapters were written from his point of view. 😍 But then Conrad ruined everything! Just like he always does.

    14. Kate (GirlReading) on said:

      3.5* This series is the definition of a 'summery read'. It makes me regret all the summers I didn't spend at a gorgeous beach house, eating blueberry muffins, swimming in the ocean whilst having multiple cute guys falling in love with me. :')I had a lot of mixed emotions about each of the characters and I kind of loved that. They're all flawed and just so, human! Although Belly and Conrad were definitely a little irritating at times. :') The ending felt very abrupt which was a bit of a shame but [...]

    15. Raeleen Lemay on said:

      I wasn't a huge fan of this one Belly was WAY more annoying and childish, and it was a chore to read about her. However, the ending was good and I feel like the last book will be better because she seems like she's finally done lusting after Conrad, which was part of what made her so annoying.

    16. Aly (Fantasy4eva) on said:

      It would seem Cousins Beach, where Belly, Conrad, Jeremiah, Susannah and Belly's mother spent every summer to date isn’t done with them quite yet.Belly is grieving two losses, one being her mothers best friend Susannah who was a mother figure to her, and Conrad who never really called back or initiated any interest after she left. Worse still, her mother seems to be in a world of her own, a world that Belly isn’t a part of. With her best friend forcing her to move on, and her mother ignoring [...]

    17. Fenia on said:

      What the f***? What just happened? How will i deal with this? Oh i know. read the next book ASAP. This book made me an emotional mess. I can't even write a proper review. Damn you Jenny Han!!

    18. Tanja (Tanychy) St. Delphi on said:

      I know i'm boring with this "You have to read this book" but you really have to! :)

    19. Elizabeth on said:

      (Heads up: Probably not a good idea to read this review before you've read The Summer I Turned Pretty as this is Book 2 in the Summer series. Cheers!)I was warned that I would cry, but MAN I was not expecting that. It's very apparent in this book that the relationship between Belly and Conrad is not a healthy one. It's mentioned at least 3 times that she would come running if he called her. Add the fact that Susannah's passed away and it adds another layer of sadness and darkness. They're both h [...]

    20. Brooke on said:

      Picture in your mind a summer road trip, windows down and the breeze blowing in with the radio up. Picture tires slowing rolling onto a sandy driveway with a slight gritty sound. There's a house in front of you, somewhat rustic and chipped. You get out of the car, walk up the steps you've walked up so many summers onto a wrap around porch. Inside you hear people's voices. Not just any voices but the voices of the people who have molded you into you. You open a creaky screen door which reminds yo [...]

    21. Bea Casallecchio on said:

      Okay, so this book trilogy was recommended to me by a friend, she said this book was AMAZING. (She read it years ago)The first book was a little meh. But this one, oh god.Its too childish i think. The typical love triangle, between two brothers and the girl. The girl switches from guy to guy, and is confused. I mean, its cute and all, but i feel like its an overly used cliche.Don't get me wrong I LOVE Jenny Han, but this trilogy is disappointing me. Still i will read the third book, because i bo [...]

    22. Kasia on said:

      This is book two in the Summer series so if you haven't read the first "The Summer I turned Pretty" then stop and turn around, go back and do yourself a favor and read the book that has started it all. Okay, now I feel like I can continueI was deeply impressed how the whole plot grew beyond the original story line, it was impossible to put down and I read it in one afternoon. The second ultimate beach read, one with a bit of autumn and serious coolness to it, chilled my soul with luxuriously ric [...]

    23. Michele Mattos on said:

      I decided to reread The Summer Series this year and it's just as good as the first time. This book is the second one - it's not as good as the first one but it's still pretty good. Belly is slightly more annoying and the love triangle between two brothers made me feel more uncomfortable than the first time around, maybe because I'm older now, but I seriously can't put these books down. I know "annoying" is not the best way to describe a main character but that's the word that comes to mind. She' [...]

    24. ☾Poppet on said:

      (2015 review)★★★★ [4.3/5]Someone please tell me why i enjoy this books? Because i have no idea and yeah im saying this cause i still don’t get it. I don’t know what was going on with me today meanwhile i was reading this book but hell i was emotional. Around page 12 or so they throw this awful thing (view spoiler)[Susannah dies (hide spoiler)] wich is funny because i was totally expecting that but my face was just like“There are moments in life that you wish with all your heart you [...]

    25. Sofii♡ (A Book. A Thought.) on said:

      “I will never look at you in the same way ever again. I'll never be that girl again. The girl who comes running back every time you push her away, the girl who loves you anyway.”I feel so many things inside of me for this book, and that is incredible because when a book makes you feel that way it's because without doubt it has reached your heart.3.5 /5 StarsAlready from the beginning something very tragic and emotional happens so you feel hooked right away, broken my heart from the start, re [...]

    26. Laura on said:

      OMG LOVE LOVE LOVE!!JEREMIAH!!!♥I just started this today and even though I've been so tired and just wanted to sleep, I wanted to finish this even more. And now I really want to start the third book.

    27. Danielle Choffrey on said:

      It is a known fact that I did not care for the first book. I wasn't able to connect with Belly. The way she would string along all the guys in her life irritated me beyond belief. Not only that but she came across as self centered and childish. I don't think she changed much from the first book. This book finds Belly and Jeremiah in search for Conrad. Their search leads them to Cousins Beach. When they find Conrad everyone has decisions to make that will forever change them. While writing that s [...]

    28. Jenny on said:

      This series is killing it. Nothing light or fluffy, just heavy duty emotional confusion!

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