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For Logan. I've only just met you and already I love you. She was glad that the cosy house, and Pa and Ma and the fire-light and the music, were now. PDF Drive is your search engine for PDF files. unter dem Titel P. S. I Still Love You bei Simon & Schuster BFYR, an imprint of Leseprobe aus: Jenny Han. Given the way love turned her heart in the New York Times bestselling To All The Boys I've Loved Before, which School Library Journal called a "lovely, lighthearted romance," it's no surprise that Laura Jean still has letters to write. Lara Jean didn't expect to really fall for.
One guess as to which kind of girl Stormy is. Jenny Han knows how to make us fall in love with the characters in her books Then Peter finally at the very end decides to fight for her and she forgives him and says it was her fault all along that she needed to get over her Gene insecurities. Currents of electricity from my scalp down to my toes. Admittedly it wasn't as good as the first, but I've said it before but I'll say it again: Keep it moving.
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Raves and Reviews. A wonderful choice for fans of Sarah Dessen and Stephanie Perkins. Awards and Honors. Resources and Downloads. I Still Love You eBook I understand that a lot of the jealousy, deception by omission, and prioritizing the "wrong" people are things that do happen in real life, especially for teens in relationships, but I can't possibly write this review without expressing how much I disagreed with it.
I'm pleased that attempts at resolutions are made in the end, but I do feel some points were skipped over and not fully addressed for the sake of completing the novel more quickly. Another issue I had with this book was the introduction of a second love triangle. I know book one was basically built upon this trope hence, why I feared I had grown out of my capacity to enjoy book two but it felt so unnecessary.
The conflict between Lara Jean and Peter was individually complex enough to exist without developing another potential love interest. It felt as if Peter was being villainized due to the introduction of this character, and this character was glorified to force readers to prefer them over Peter. I really dislike feeling as if the author is forcing me to feel a certain way or "pick a certain ship" so this aspect really rubbed me the wrong way.
Again, I do feel it was resolved in the end, better than my first critique, so I'm not bothered any further. Despite my critiques, I still really enjoyed re-entering this story. A lot of times, the final judge of my enjoyment of a book is how motivated I am to find out what happens in the end and my desire to keep reading. For the first time ever, I actually had to stop listening to the audiobook because I needed to know what happened albeit, mostly out of frustration.
I switched to the physical book and stayed up well past my bed time to complete the story. When I reflect on P. But I will also remember how this book affected me emotionally, more than many books have in the last year, so it still left a positive, lasting impression.
I'm continuing with the series as I write this review and I'm enjoying the conclusion more than book two, so I would still recommend this series as a unique, lovable contemporary romance. View 2 comments. It's called jung. It's the connection between two people that can't be severed, even when love turns to hate.
You still have those old feelings for them; you can't ever completely shake them loose of you; you will always have tenderness in your heart for them. Every time I read a new novel by Han, I am always assaulted by these strong emotions. In a way it reminds me of our quintessential home where I "There's a Korean word my grandma taught me.
In a way it reminds me of our quintessential home where I grew up. It simply hits me at the right spots.
It makes me reminisce certain childhood memories. That is pure talent. I get nostalgic and pensive. I Still Love You opens right after where the first book left it off. Lara Jean on at the verge of making it up to Peter. A reader could expect, kissing, scandal, intense jealousy, family love, and more kissing. It is fast paced and very easy to get into the flow of the plot. Though at times, I find myself frustrated, but obviously I got over that nasty feeling. And hey! They are integral part of the story just as much as the protagonist.
We have a Korean American main character s. Lara Jean and the Song sisters heritage are essential to the story. Han explores some of the common Korean culture. The romance is cute just as I was expecting. Highlight of the book: I love books that stays very true.
I Still Love You is a satisfying conclusion. You can listen to my To P. I Still Loved You playlist in 8tracks. See the tracklist in tumblr. Full review also posted at Young Adult Hollywood. Jul 11, Emily Books with Emily Fox rated it it was ok.
What a pointless book. Ok I'm being extra harsh here but this, folks, is what happens when an author stretches a story for no reason. This should have been a standalone. Who knows what I would think after reading the last book.
I'm not sure I will. View all 19 comments. Are you kidding me, Lara Jean?! View all 11 comments. Apr 26, Ali rated it really liked it Shelves: Admittedly it wasn't as good as the first, but I've said it before but I'll say it again: Jenny Han knows how to make us fall in love with the characters in her books She knows how to expose their flaws along with their positive sides.
Peter K isn't perfect, but his charm just won me over. Gen, I'll admit, I'm not the biggest fan of, but in P. I Still Love Y Okay. I Still Love You, I got a glimpse of what made her the way she is and then I didn't hate her as much. I'm Team Peter K all the way, though: There are bumps, and there are high points; it's not the unrealistic, lovey-dovey kind of relationship that's perfect all the time, but that is precisely what made me like this book so much.
Torture your readers in this way!!! What is this madness?! I finished your book yesterday in just one sitting and I can't I can't I can't wait a whole year to find out what happens between Peter and Lara Jean and Josh and every other character in that blessedly beloved book that I have fallen in love with. View all 29 comments.
Dec 28, Chelsea chelseadolling reads rated it really liked it Shelves: Okay chelsea clearly has it all wrong. I loved this even more the second time. Peter K is so dreamy! Jenny Han does contemporaries like no other. Vivian Wolkoff When Peter started acting out I was "bye, boy!
John Ambrose is quality boy candy! Sep 10, Emily Goode John and her just have so much more potential I mean think of the long game with Peter it just doesn't work Sep 20, May 15, emma rated it it was ok Shelves: I thought I only got instantaneously filled with rage when books are offensive or bigoted or what have you, but it t there is no better time than soon after the release of the To All the Boys I've Loved Before movie to remember that movies can be be better than the books they adapt.
Buh dum ch. Get it? Because the main character of this book is in a state of arrested development that rivals all four seasons plus the one currently being filmed of the show Arrested Development? Spoilers for the last book: Lil Lara Jean, our insanely-named protagonist, got herself into a little kerfuffle involving a series of letters addressed-n-stamped to old crushes, a fake relationship plot, a love triangle with her sister, and a certain lacrosse-playing douchenozzle the likes of which haunts public high school halls from here to Timbuktu.
So here we are. Book two. How could we possibly make that nonstop thrill ride even more exciting??? The answer may surprise you!!!! The answer is: Make it so much worse. Peter was boring in the last book.
He was unremarkable. He was immature. He is the floppy-haired popular boy we all tried to forcibly make deep in high school. That is probably the fundamental difference between first-time-reading-this-me and bitter-tired-reading-again me. I am not in high school anymore. All of that screaming was just about how bad it was last time.
Pretty memorable if you ask me! He also spends most of this book gallivanting about with his ex-girlfriend. So I was almost happy when this one faded into oblivion without any real conclusion. There are two characters in this book who I actually, full-on love. Excluding one. He is a side of a love triangle. And Jenny Han, if you wanted to grant me the hellishness of actually rooting for a side in a love triangle, rather than just grinning and bearing my way through it, on top of the other emotional turmoil you caused me through this book: John Ambrose McClaren is no Kitty.
I do not like this simile. What John Ambrose McClaren is: He is nice. He is kind to Lara Jean. He cares about what she cares about!!! What a shock!!!! Who can even believe it!!!! They even share having really annoyingly long cutesy unrealistic names in common so I can hate talking about them both equally just due to how long they take to type!!! I type weirdly!!! It hurts my wrists!!!!
You know. Bullet points of other good stuff: Bullet points of the neverending amounts of bad stuff: I hate it!! And yes I will be forcing myself through the next one of course. Bottom line: Hopefully this book is so clearly annoying that even my incoherent 3 a. View all 18 comments. Mar 20, C. Drews rated it really liked it Shelves: I swear. I don't know how you people like fluffy contemporaries. I spend my time usually reading about knives and monsters, ok, and that makes sense.
Everything goes wrong and you stress out constantly. But with these happy books??? My heart. It caNNot. I procrastinated this one forever because I want my little ship to have a HEA and every time they fight it stresses me out. But I finally read this!! I got brave!! The cooking was. I'm invested and this is terrible. List of Smol Thoughts: I just really don't like old people homes. I get that it wasn't his business to tell, but I do think it was pretty bad.
But I still felt Lara Jean was emotionally cheating with Peter before they'd broken up. I'm extremely unimpressed with cheating. Such a fun game. I love this series. Feb 17, Sophia Sardothien rated it it was ok. WHAT just happened? Where's my character development? Did Jenny Han really wrote this?
She's sixteen, seventeen or eighteen? I'm fourteen, and she acts like my sister not that I have one but if I do, I bet Ms-I-have-no-idea-how-old-she-is would be even more foolish than her 2 Peter is not here half of the time I loved him in the first one, what happened in this?
If it's going to be crappy either way, give me a love decagon, hecatontagon or worst a myriagon. What is it even about?
To all the people who loved this book, P. View all 23 comments. Vojsk rated it really liked it. This may be spoilerish for the first book! Second read: I hated it so much, I DNFd it. Mhm, m Attention: Mhm, maybe I should try it again.
And what can I say? It was not as good as the first one, but still entertaining and nice. And the trouble has a name - the history with Genevieve. And she succeeds in some way.
And his name is John Ambrose McClaren and he writes her letters and smiles at her and dresses up for her. But will Lara Jean ever stop loving Peter?
Lara Jean is super confused and likes two boys at once? Peter is sweet but also a big asshole. John Ambrose is a wonderful cinnamon roll. And Kitty and her dad are the freakin best. We saw enough of them in the first book. Because I never saw a different option then my handsome baby. But then John Ambrose McClaren appeared out of nowhere.
And first I was suspicious: But Jenny Han loves to torture us, so she makes him so handsome, wonderful and caring that you fall in love with him.
Hell Yeah, of course the feelings if it involves Peter Kavinsky. No one should ever think that there is only one person for them in their lifetime.
Her stories are fluffy, sweet but sometimes also sad, confusing and heartbreaking. First read: Welcome, Jessi.
So, the new year started good for you. A lot of four and fives and now a DNF. How do you feel about that? Well, I was really sad about that, because I loved the first book. It was so sweet and fluffy. Just really really cute. Why did you DNF it, though? When I first started to read it I thought: But then I felt like nothing really happened. But I heard there was a lot of drama in the beginning Yeah, a lot of teeny reputation drama.
But that sounds exciting. What about the love in this book? They felt really really weird and kind of forced. But I thought you loved Peter Kavinsky? Oh, I do! But people sometimes become jerks. There was also another guy Is it Is this what I think it is? Oh god. That sounds horrible. I want Peter back. He still likes you a lot—just tell him you still like him, too, and boom. She takes another look at the picture of Peter.
I once had that exact same thought about Josh, and look at me now: The farawayness of old feelings, like even when you try with all your might, you can barely make out his face when you close your eyes. No matter what, I always want to remember his face.
Margot picks it up.
Or face to face? Gogo, what do you think? Daddy will drop you off. You go to his house, you give him the letter, and then you see what he says. Right now? Just go over there, without calling first, without a plan? Just go get him back. But Margot leaves for Scotland again in less than a week. They mend, almost on their own. But not so for Margot and Josh, with her so far away. About The Author. Photograph by Janelle Bendycki. Jenny Han. Product Details. Related Articles. Summer Cover Reveals Day 6.
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