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[PDF / Epub] ★ Summer Sisters By Judy Blume – Horsebackridingcolorado.us

Summer Sisters In The Summer Of 1977, Victoria Leonard S World Changed Forever When Caitlin Somers Chose Her As A Friend Dazzling, Reckless Caitlin Welcomed Vix Into The Heart Of Her Sprawling, Eccentric Family, Opening Doors To A World Of Unimaginable Privilege, Sweeping Her Away To Vacations On Martha S Vineyard, A Magical, Wind Blown Island Where Two Friends Became Summer SistersNow, Years Later, Vix Is Working In New York City Caitlin Is Getting Married On The Vineyard And The Early Magic Of Their Long, Complicated Friendship Has Faded But Caitlin Has Begged Vix To Come To Her Wedding, To Be Her Maid Of Honor And Vix Knows That She Will Go For The Friend Whose Casual Betrayals She Remembers All Too Well Because Vix Wants To Understand What Happened During That Last Shattering Summer And, After All These Years, She Needs To Know Why Her Best Friend Her Summer Sister Still Has The Power To Break Her Heart

[PDF / Epub] ★ Summer Sisters  By Judy Blume – Horsebackridingcolorado.us
  • Paperback
  • 416 pages
  • Summer Sisters
  • Judy Blume
  • English
  • 09 January 2018
  • 0440243750

    10 thoughts on “[PDF / Epub] ★ Summer Sisters By Judy Blume – Horsebackridingcolorado.us


  1. says:

    3.5 starsI LOVED Judy Blume books when I was growing up One of my favorite memories is reading her books over and over This is my first adult Judy Blume book I honestly wasn t sure if I would read any of her newer books I m not sure why Maybe I just wanted to keep her associated with books from my youth But I happened to come acros...


  2. says:

    I found this book at the library, and since I loved Judy Blume as a child, I wanted to test one of the books she wrote for adults I never could have expected a story so involving and complex The characters come to life on the pages, and the storyline is brilliant in its everyday commonness Summer Sisters follows the lives of Caitlyn Somers and Victoria Leonard, two unlikely girls from different social backgrounds Caitlin invites Victoria to stay the summer with her and her father who lives i I found this book at the library, and since I loved Judy Blume as a child, I wanted to test one of the books she wrote for adults I never could have expected a story so involving and complex The characters come to life on the pages, and the storyline is brilliant in its everyday commonness Summer Sisters follows the lives of Caitlyn Somers and Victoria Leonard, two unlikely girls from different social backgrounds Caitlin ...


  3. says:

    I read this book every summer, mostly because it does such a great job of capturing the essence of the season I actually prefer to read it when it s still a little cold outside so I can be transported to warmer weather, but for the past few years it s been so hard to find time to get it in Anyway, if you define a favorite book as one you want to read again and again, this is definitely one of my favorites I guess I m not really surprised Are You There, God It s Me, Margaret had the same h I read this book every summer, mostly because it does such a great job of capturing the essence of the season I actually prefer to read it when it s still a little cold outside so I can be transported to warmer weather, but for the past few years it s been so hard to find time to get it in Anyway, if you define a favorite book as one you want to read again...


  4. says:

    This story has so many elements that should make it an easy success The senitmentality of childhood summers, first love, finding and defining family, a rags to riches tale, your first best friend, lost love, betrayal But it just failed so hard None of the characters were believable all were flat caricatures The Saintly Martyred Poor Girl who worships Spoiled Socialite Girl, then lives with New York Jew and Southern Belle The fathers are Emasculated Pushover and Hippy Mellow Younger guys This story has so many elements that should make it an easy success The senitmentality of childhood summers, first love, finding and defining family, a rags to riches tale, your first best friend, lost love, betrayal But it just failed so hard None of the characters were believable all were flat caricatures The Saintly Martyred Poor Girl who worships Spoiled Socialite Girl, then lives with New York Jew and Southern Belle The fathers are Emasculated Pushover and Hippy Mellow Younger guys are Hunky Morons or Good Guy Who You Don t Know Exists or Sex cra...


  5. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here I like that Vix and Caitlin were born the same years as me, it was easy to relate to that I didn t come from a rich family nor a struggling blue collar family But I could understand the feeling of trying so hard but not quite fitting in And looking at the 2 of them and their families, you see that nurture versus nature struggle Vix, you didn t have the benefit of money becomes a responsible, caring adult Though he sister gets pregnant at 17 Then we see Caitlin, who has every advantage but I like that Vix and Caitlin were born the same years as me, it was easy to relate to that I didn t come from a rich family nor a struggling blue collar family But I could understand the feeling of trying so hard but not quite fitting in And looking at the 2 of them and their families, you see that nurture versus nature struggle Vix, you didn t have the benefit of money becomes a responsible, caring adul...


  6. says:

    One thing I really enjoy doing is rereading kids books I checked out Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and zoomed through it in about two hours I have reread many other classics and enjoyed them I think my next big kids read will be the infamous Harriet the Spy which I loved and totally identified with as a child One of the greatest regrets of my life in terms of small scale regrets, anyway is that I sold off my Sweet Valley High books Now, granted, SVH isn t all that classic , but I so One thing I really enjoy doing is rereading kids books I checked out Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and zoomed through it in about two hours I have reread many other classics and enjoyed them I think my next big kids read will be the infamous Harriet the Spy which I loved and totally identified with as a child One of the greatest regrets of my life in te...


  7. says:

    I loved this book when I read it because it reminded me so much of the weird relationship I had with my best friend growing up We spent numerous summers together at her parents cottage having the requisite summer flings with out of town boys who we would never see again until the next summer , and this book made me very nostalgic for those times.What I liked was how Judy Blume told the story not only from a generic narrator s perspective, but also from the perspective of each character in the I loved this book when I read it because it reminded me so much of the weird relationship I had with my best friend growing up We spent numerous summers together at her parents cottage having the requisite summer flings with out of town boys who we would never see again until the next summer , and this book made me very nostalgic for those times.What I liked was how Judy Blume told the story not only from a generic narrator s perspective, but also from the perspective of each character in the story This made the bookinteresting, and gave me ideas outside of my own for what each character was thinking in different situations.I also liked how Ms Blume captured the friendship between Caitlin and Victoria Victoria being the calm, straight laced friend...


  8. says:

    Starting with the things I liked, I appreciated the book for it s nostalgic factor and being a quick, light read It was seasonally appropriate and took me down memory lane inways than onereminiscing about how complicated teenage female relationships can be and how people who know you in your formative years probably see you differently than anyone else in your life.However, overall I thought the book was uneven The first half of the book reads like an erotic teen novel I get that the Starting with the things I liked, I appreciated the book for it s nostalgic factor and being a quick, light read It was seasonally appropriate and took me down memory lane inways than onereminiscing about how complicated teenage fema...


  9. says:

    Not a book you read A book you devour Unsurprisingly, there are few reviews by men here But I think any male writing writing female characters in this case female friendships could benefit from reading Blume And, yes This is a great hot summer read, best read on a dock.


  10. says:

    Read this on the plane from Denver to Seattle It was a little odd, in that I haven t ever read any of her stuff for grownups I was a HUGE fan of Are You There, God It s Me, Margaret so much that I recently bought another copy Anyway, this book was ok Not exactly a romance novel, but definitely fits into that category, I think.The summer sisters are Vix and Caitlin, who are best friends and sisters every summer on The Vineyard, but not during the school year Caitlin s family has th Read this on the plane from Denver to Seattle It was a little odd, in that I haven t ever read any of her stuff for grownups I was a HUGE fan of Are You There, God It s Me, Margaret so much that I recently bought another copy Anyway, this book was ok Not exactly a romance novel, but definitely fits into that category, I think.The summer sisters are Vix and Caitlin, who are best friends and sisters every summer on The Vineyard, but not during the school year Caitlin s family has the money, and Vix s family doe...

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