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Trailer ↠´ This Lullaby PDF by ✓ Sarah Dessen There Is An Alternate Cover Edition For This ISBN HereWhen It Comes To Relationships, Remy Doesn T Mess Around After All, She S Learned All There Is To Know From Her Mother, Who S Currently Working On Husband Number Five But There S Something About Dexter That Seems To Defy All Of Remy S Rules He Certainly Doesn T Seem Like Mr Right For Some Reason, However, Remy Just Can T Seem To Shake Him Could It Be That Remy S Starting To Understand What Those Love Songs Are All About Reviewed by Jocelyn Pearce for TeensReadToo.
comSarah Dessen s This Lullaby is one of the best teen books I ve ever read It s the story of Remy, a girl who has no faith in love Part of this is because her own father never even saw her, only wrote a now famous song, called This Lullaby, about her before he died It certainly doesn t help that her mother has been married four times, and, at the beginning of the novel, is about to have her fifth wedding Remy says about her mother s marriages, She takes on husbands the way other people change their hair color out of boredom, listlessness, or just feeling that this next one will fix everything, once and for all Remy likes to feel in control of things when she s got a boyfriend She knows all about getting into relationships, the first romantic rush, and ending them before there s any emotional attachment She s alm I ve been reading a lot of children s classics lately, so it felt good to pick a young adult romance novel by a familiar author to switch atmospheres This is exactly what I expected and wanted from Sarah Dessen a profound, but not too heavy, relationship focused contemporary book You ve probably read dozens of novels, if not , like this one Or so you might think The main character Remy doesn t believe in everlasting love, which is why she breaks up with her boyfriends after a certain amount of time, never getting too attached Until she meets that special someone who makes her see things differently.
Admit it, this seems like a very familiar storyline But still I decided to read this book nonetheless, because I trust Sarah Dessen to write engaging and meaningful stories, whatever the themes are And I was right to man oh man there is nothing better than a good sarah dessen binge read in the summer.
this book is Especially good, because it s pret ty different from the typical dessen it s a kinda bad girl protagonist who knew that was even possible didn t we all think that the female main characters that populate sarah dessen books just came in barely varying flavors of Vanilla.
remy is a bit o a badass she dates around, she smokes sometimes, she drinks underage gasp basically she s a muchnormal and interesting specimen a pleasant surprise.
the group of friends in this is pretty fun too the ever present family drama is dramatic as ever the unfortunately the equally unavoidable romance is the most boring, uninteresting plotline in the history of the universe, but you win some you lose some you know bottom line WHY DID I did not like this book I found the main character to be completely unsympathetic and I could not relate to her or with her to save my life I understand WHY she was a bitch at time to Dexterbut quite honestly, I didn t really care I just couldn t really get into it Especially towards the end, when she flipped out on Dexter over the whole picture incident I wanted to rip out my hair, throw my book against a wall and throw her over a bridge all at the same time.
ok, well maybe the last bit is going overboard but it drove me CRAZY And then her slutty friend don t remember her name told her not to even apologize to Dexter Yeah, that enraged me Also it was annoying and got old how she would always think to herself and wonder why she felt a pang in her chest or a tug in her heart when she was dating that retarted frat boy and then would run into Dexter I felt like screami After Just Listen, let s just say that I wasn t all that impressed with Sarah Dessen And to be honest I just couldn t see why she was so popular.
so with great reluctance a month after reading Just Listen in fact, I went ahead and read This Lullaby Well, this review is me eating my words Sarah Dessen deserves all the praise she has gotten gets.
I loved it Yes, this is even despite my having come across what one reviewer calls the the Sarah Dessen Syndrome, of a female protagonist who is most likely troubled either because of her family, friends or emotions, who meets a boy preferably crush swoon worthy the latter most likely helping her get over her issues Remy cannot wait to get away from home and be independent her mother and her mother s relationships have drilled into her what she doesn t want to become Thank gosh, she s got a brother and friends who areor less Sarah Dessen s books always leave my heart feeling so full I loved Remy s cynicism, Dexter s optimism, the idea of taking risks and opening up yourself to every opportunity Such a great story
The main character Remy is very relatable to many teenage girls, and even to young women who remember being the way Remy is when they were in high school Remy s family and friends are a very loveable group of characters and their development is flawless There are little twists here and there that carry the book toward the end It does start off a little slow, but Dessen has a way with words and really knows how to get into the minds of young women and tell their stories with honesty and innocence.
To truly live life is to always make risks I m a living testimony to this philosophy orlike a fact of life But to a cynic, everything has measures, standards and requirements Things have always to be in control because a step to an unknown direction will lose the balance that one keeps or at least hopes to maintain To Remy, the main character in the story, her lack of faith in relationships and love is reasonably based on her own personal experiences, on what she has witnessed all through her life Who can really blame her when her own father left her with nothing except a song and with all the marriages and re marriages she has personally planned and arranged for her mom But at some point, a straight road has to reach a curve and so does Remy when her path crosses with that of the imperfect, awkward, easy going, positive thinking Dexte Short review FINALLY FINALLY, FINALLY I m finished this book Did you see the date I started and finished this novel Life gets in the way book lovers as you know Life and school but no.
it s over No I loved it so much I thought I would be happy that I got it done because onebook read right and I could chat with my friend Erin, whom I buddy read this wonderful jem of a novel with No I wish there wasI m sad now but in a good way I guess I will read another Sarah Dessen book 3Long review to come with time, figuring things out, quotes man, this book had some great ones , and love 3 wink ,wink or hint, hint to those of you who have read this wonderful novel and those of you who I haven t, I definitely recommend you