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Estelle: Summer of Yesterday by Gaby Triana

Summer of Yesterday by Gaby Triana ( web | tweet ) Publication Date: June 17, 2014 Publisher: Simon Pulse Pages: 256 Target audience: Young adult Keywords: time travel, Walt Disney World history, divorce, romance Format read: Paperback I purchased. Summary: When Haley meets some friends during a forced Disney World vacation with her dad and […]

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August 19, 2014 - 12:30 pm

Nicole @ The Quiet Concert - I do love the idea of seeing a past version of Disney World! I kind of love seeing a past version of anything! I’m a little scared to see how this romance plays out though…

August 17, 2014 - 10:37 pm

Alexa S. - I’m so, so, so excited to read this, mostly because it’s a Disney Park-related read. I’m so glad you gave it to me for my birthday! But seriously, I think it sounds really interesting. Especially with that time travel aspect to it!

Estelle: My Best Friend, Maybe by Caela Carter

My Best Friend, Maybe by Caela Carter ( web | tweet ) Publication Date: June 3, 2014 Publisher: Bloomsbury Pages: 352 Target audience: Young adult Keywords: senior year of high school, summer, Greece, friendships, parent/kid relationships Format read: ARC paperback from Bloomsbury. (Thanks!) Summary: Colette and Sadie were once inseparable, and then suddenly they weren’t. With […]

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July 3, 2014 - 9:59 pm

Alexa S. - Honestly, I wasn’t entirely sure I wanted to read this one. BUT your review of it has managed to convince me that perhaps I ought to give it a shot! I do love that it focuses heavily on friendship, and the real complexity of it. And I also love that it’s set in Greece!

July 1, 2014 - 9:39 am

Sue - Great review. Just added to TBR pile. Thank you!

June 28, 2014 - 9:18 pm

Leah - YES!!! The moment I got this one I sat down and didn’t move until it was finished, I was THAT hooked. I felt the ending was a teensy bit too sitcom-y, but the rest of the book was so wonderful I didn’t mind at all.