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Emma Saylor doesn’t remember a lot about her mother who died when she was ten But she does remember the stories her mom told her about the big lake that went on forever with cold clear water and mossy trees at the edgesNow it’s just Emma and her dad and life is good if a little predictableuntil Emma is unexpectedly sent to spend the summer with her mother’s family her grandmother and cousins she hasn’t seen since sh. what can i say about a sarah dessen novel that i havent already said before nothing because she is the ueen of consistency i could literally copy and paste my review from any of her other books and it would apply to this one i love how her stories are always so family focused there is no perfect family each come in different shapes sizes and situations and i love how this story represents that with saylor getting to know her distant relatives i also really enjoy how SD tackles hard and serious topics this one talks about addiction and yet the story doesnt feel like a downer it has that uintessential summertime feeling that is light and fun the only downside to the dessens consistency is her MCs feel like carbon copies of each other just like i could swap out my reviews i could swap out saylor with any other MC and they would fit not a deal breaker but i guess that is dessens charm you know exactly what you are going to get when you pick up one of her books 35 stars

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The Rest of the Story

E was a little girlWhen Emma arrives at North Lake she realizes there are actually two very different communities there Her mother grew up in working class North Lake while her dad spent summers in the wealthier Lake North resort The time Emma spends there the it starts to feel like she is divided into two people as well To her father she is Emma But to her new family she is Saylor the name her mother always called herThen. This was so very uintessential Sarah Dessen If you like her books I can t imagine you won t like this one If you re not a fan I doubt this would be the one that would make you fall in love It was a fun time but very middle of the road

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There’s Roo the boy who was her very best friend when she was little Roo holds the key to her family’s history and slowly he helps her put the pieces together about her past It’s hard not to get caught up in the magic of North Lake and Saylor finds herself falling under Roo’s spell as wellFor Saylor it’s like a whole new world is opening up to her But when it’s time to go back home which side of her will win out. Well this is a weird time to review a Sarah Dessen bookBut if you re here in the hopes of getting a Hot Take on the recent Twitter drama you re in for a sorry surprise Because one I rated this book this way three months ago yes I m three months behind on reviews leave me alone and two if I commented on every piece of drama that occurs on book Twitter I d never write a book againMostly because there s a major backlog in the first place but stillI tend to find Sarah Dessen books meh with a few standout exceptions But because I m so critical it threatens to ruin my life this is still auto buy author levels of enthusiasm for meI have a problemSo many problems to be fairAnyway I found this book to be very unrealistic I had a hard time immersing myself in it for so many reasons I couldn t ground myself in the setting I didn t connect with any of the characters it was riddled with tiny errors the romance and friendships felt like they sprung up fully formed to me and the family relationships were so angsty and dramatic that I couldn t believe they existed let alone immerse myself in themBottom line This just wasn t Sarah Dessen s best workNot the first time someone s said that this week Buh dum ch i can always rely on a sarah dessen book being a uick read summery coming of age y centered around a Topical Social Issueeverything else is up in the airthis one didn t work as well of a review to come 25 stars if there s a sarah dessen book i wouldn t read i sure haven t found it yet


10 thoughts on “The Rest of the Story

  1. says:

    If you'll all excuse me I'll be over here being Sarah Dessen trash for my whole entire life

  2. says:

    what can i say about a sarah dessen novel that i havent already said before? nothing because she is the ueen of consistency i could literally copy and paste my review from any of her other books and it would appl

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  4. says:

    This was so very uintessential Sarah Dessen If you like her books I can't imagine you won't like this one If you're not a fan I doubt this would be the one that would make you fall in love It was a fun time but very middle of the road

  5. says:

    I've been a huge YA reader for some time now and as I have selected books through the years I've seen Sarah Dessen's name pop up For some reason I had never read any of her books although she certainly had been na

  6. says:

    63019 Wow My very first DNF of a Dessen book I never thought I'd live to see the day There wasn't anything bad about this book that

  7. says:

    Well this is a weird time to review a Sarah Dessen bookBut if you’re here in the hopes of getting a Hot Take on the recent Twitter drama you’re in for a sorry surprise Because one I rated this book this way three months ago yes I’m three months behind on reviews leave me alone and two if I commented on every piece of drama that occurs on book Twitter I’d never write a book againMostly because there’s a major

  8. says:

    Not going to lie the sole reason I picked up this audiobook was because Rebecca Soler was the narrator and she’s my audiobook ueen However what kept me reading was Sarah Dessens addictive writing style Anything she writes

  9. says:

    the day sarah dessen writes a gay book my heart will finally be satisfied

  10. says:

    You can make life or life can make youThe Rest of the Story by Sarah Dessen will likely land as one of my favorite reads this year That’s a bold statement because we haven’t even hit the mid year mark and I’ve read over 50 books However as my reading buddies can attest to it hasn’t been a good year So thank you Dessen for coming out with a story I can fall right into and feel like I’m walking alongside family and frien