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  • Sweet YA contemporary about first loves and family

    To All the Boys I've Loved Before is a fun YA contemporary novel that fans of Han's Summer trilogy will absolutely love. It was sweet and emotional and I couldn't put it down. Lara Jean was a realistic teenage MC - yes, she's immature, but there's also a sweetness to that naiveté that makes her endearing. She definitely grows throughout the story and I loved her relationship with her sisters and father. Due to the loss of their mother, they've had to pull together and grow up much faster in ways that their peers haven't. I think it was easy for me to relate to Lara Jean because I also have older and younger sisters. I completely idolized my older sister growing up (and still do!) and in many ways she was a surrogate mother to me in the same way that Margot is to Lara Jean and Kitty. Speaking of Kitty, she is such a hilarious character and I really admired her ability to speak her mind (for better or worse). I found the secondary characters just as entertaining and interesting as the main ones, which for me is pretty rare. I know the "love triangle" and the fact that Josh was Margot's ex-boyfriend will rub some readers the wrong way. I wasn't offended by it and felt her feelings for Josh were justified since they were friends first. Lara Jean's struggle with it and her guilt over betraying/hurting Margot again rang true and made the drama that much more emotional. I really didn't even feel that there was a true love triangle, since her letter "loves" sounded more like crushes, while what developed between her and Peter in the present was much more substantial. Oh, Peter. What to say about the most handsome boy in the world? He started off way too cocky and arrogant, but I quickly got sucked in by his sweetness and swoony moments. Yes, the story is angsty and there is typical high school drama, but that's because our characters are in high school and when you're young, there is the kind of the drama that seems world ending. I felt that Han captured the emotions of the teenage mind really well. I did feel that sometimes the story dragged a little (although I loved that Lara Jean baked, I didn't need a blow by blow of the recipes/so much detail about food) and the ending felt way too abrupt. I kind of expected it though after reading her Summer trilogy, but I was still annoyed since I really don't like cliffhangers. I cannot wait to read the next book though, because yeah, that ending left everyone with a pretty big book hangover!

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    54 person found this review helpful

    54 people found this review helpful

    54 of 54 people found this review helpful

  • Amazing

    Jenny Han has become one of my favourite authors. It's crazy to say, but I would rather read one of her books than a Jodi Picoult book. This story was authentic, whitty, surprising and amazing; completely unpredictable. I fell in love with the characters and was extremely disappointed when it ended. Perfectly written and finished!

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    14 person found this review helpful

    14 people found this review helpful

    14 of 14 people found this review helpful

  • Great Teen Read

    Great easy read. The struggle between choosing loves at a high school level is always turned up a notch in the eyes of a teenager. Han writes in first person and at a level that is believable for the narrator, which is basically an emotional roller coaster. I liked how it not only touches upon love interests, but family and friends as well, whilst going through the changes on experiences growing up.

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    10 person found this review helpful

    10 people found this review helpful

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  • Dear jenny Han

    I loved this book. Finished it in a day and I am team josh. The ending felt like a possible conclusion but not quite at the same time. The necklace was gone so I'm thinking peter got it for Lara Jean

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    17 person found this review helpful

    17 people found this review helpful

    17 of 27 people found this review helpful

  • From an adults point of view

    As one of the many adults who read young adult books, I found this one to be more for the younger portion of this category. This being said I still found it very to be a good book. I liked the unique way in which her relationships with the other characters happened and I am definitely team Peter! Hope this is a good review as I tried not to give away spoilers.

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    5 person found this review helpful

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