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Download Epub Format â Between Us and the Moon PDF by Â Rebecca Maizel Bean is me and Sarah is who I aspire to be.
First of all this story is beautiful It will make you laugh as much as make you cry in just a few short pages I have read this book 3 times already and I can admit that each time it s brought tears to my eyes.
A Luminous YA Love Story That Evokes Judy Blume S Forever For A New Generation SarahBean To Her Friends And Familyis An Aspiring Astronomer And Champion Mathlete She Lives Behind Her Beloved Telescope, With Her Head In The Stars And Her Feet Planted Firmly On The Ground For As Long As She Can Remember, She S Also Lived In The Shadow Of Her Beautiful Older Sister, ScarlettBut After A Traumatic End To The School Year, Sarah Goes To Cape Cod For The Summer With Her Family, Determined To Grow Up It S There That She Meets Gorgeous, Older College Boy Andrew He Sees Her As The Girl She Wants To Be A Girl Like Scarlett He Thinks She S Older, Tooand She Doesn T Correct HimFor Sarah, It S A Summer Of Firsts Before She Knows What S Happened, One Little Lie Has Transformed Into Something Real And By The End Of August, She Might Have To Choose Between Falling In Love, And Finding HerselfFans Of Jenny Han And Stephanie Perkins Are Destined To Fall For This Romantic And Heartfelt Coming Of Age Novel About How Life And Love Are Impossible To Predict This is a story about a nerdy teenage girl who spends a summer learning about herself and relationships The book was well written, touching, and memorable Loved the protagonist.
Wonderfully written book I m far from a teen, but reading this really made me sit and think back on my teenage days, and what I learned about myself and love back then, and how sometimes we want love so badly that we are willing to omit parts of ourselves to keep it.
Actual Rating 3.
5 StarsFor the most part I really enjoyed this book Sarah s journey to find herself and the struggles she deals with as a sibling, child, and outsider are wonderfully written and explored However, the one thing that irritated me almost to the point of infuriating, is the fact that she lied about her age to Andrew I know it is an integral part of the story, but I found that her reasoning for why she never told him was flawed She justifies it as not being important to who she is and who they are, but really, that age gap at that time in life is a huge deal and I can t imagine she didn t really know that I also did not know that the age of consent in MA was 16 I think that should have been stated early on as this is rare I spent most of the book being furious that she would put Andrew in a position where he could possibly, unknowingly, commi