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    Relationships

    Awesome story... Found Nolan to be a strong character... She was able to stay true to hear self throughout the story but at tines I felt like she could have kick some b.... Ass. I found that she fought a lot for her love and in the end she did get the boy . although I love the Reeds character I still think Reed could show more affection or even fight more for the girl and their love. I feel that he gave up to easy and found easy ways to fill the void. Even near the end he was finding comfort in an other women . how can you love someone and have no respect for that love Well the story overall was a good teen fiction and I would love to continue reading on to see how this love survives college.
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    Waiting on the Sidelines

    Loved, loved, loved this book. Read it within a day, just could not stop, and was completely overjoyed that there is a second book continuing the story of the same characters; I seem to not like it when authors just base one book on a set of characters and a second book on different characters, because I feel that most times one book isnt enough to do justice to the set and so I end up not reading the subsequent ones. This book was awesome, just purchased the second one 'going long'. Would start when I wake up in the morning. Happy reading.
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    This just might be my favorite YA ever

    Nolan has never really fit in the way other girls do. She’s not entirely without friends, but she’s not the eyelash-batting socialite defines most teenage girls. She’s a tomboy, prefers sporty to dressy, and enjoys her lower middle class life without worrying about what other people say and think. Until she meets Reed. In one day he sets her heart to fluttering and then sends it crashing to the ground, and he doesn’t have a clue. The next four years is an emotional roller coaster of friendship, insecurity, teenage angst, first love, mean girls, heartbreak, and growing up — and it’s just incredible. Reed is every bit a teenage boy. He’s smart and clueless, ruled by his hormones and distracted by his heart, capable of incredible sweetness and unbelievable stupidity, and when I wasn’t hating him, I was absolutely in love with him. It’s obvious he cares for Nolan, first as a friend and then as so much more, but he’s just a kid, too, and he makes plenty of mistakes along the way. It’s really not possible for me to sum up the story accurately, at least not in any way that truly describes how great it is. There are so many moments to love, and listing them all out here would just ruin the magic. But if ever there were a book that perfectly accounted for every bit of awkwardness and wonder that is high school life and love, Waiting on the Sidelines is it. Forget my review and just buy it, borrow it, read it over a stranger’s shoulder… Doesn’t matter how you get to it, but definitely read it. This just might be my favorite YA ever.
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    Didn't work for me

    Didn't work for me. The drawn out story, the girl feels under valued through the whole book. I wanted to love it.
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