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#3. To All The Boys I've Loved Before By Jenny Han

Posted: by Jaydon on September 28, 2017

Hello! I hope everyone's enjoying this amazing summer weather we've been having! It's cooled off for the time being but next week looks warm again! It seems like a lot of book to movie adaptations are either being released this year or being announced, which is really exciting. This one is also in the process of being developed into a movie, which I'm over the moon about!

#3. To All The Boys I've Loved Before By Jenny Han

I loved Lara Jean’s character to the point where she felt completely real to me. Actually, I didn’t just fall in love with her but with her entire family as well. I hope you enjoy this book as much as I did!

Lara Jean lives a pretty simple life like most teenagers. She lives with her dad and her two sisters, Margot and Kitty. They’ve been a close-knit bunch since their mother died when they were little.Their Dad’s done the best he can alone but the sisters have always been there for each other. For Lara Jean high school isn’t exactly fun and sometimes not being noticed is a good thing. 

This all changes when Lara Jean returns home from school to find all the love letters she’s ever written (and never sent) missing. The letters were never meant to be sent, they were a diary more than anything. Out of five in total only one was returned to sender, the rest? They got to their destinations. One of them being her older sister’s ex boyfriend and also two other guys at her school.  In an attempt to stop any more repercussions or rumours she and one of the recipients, Peter, come up with a plan, to start dating. At least that’s what everyone thinks. They’re not actually dating, they’re faking it in order to either get back at someone or improve the current situation. Are they just friends or are they even friends at all? Is it possible to fall in love with someone you’re just pretending to love? Along with her little sister, Kitty, her best friend Chris and Peter, will she overcome the obstacles in her path or be stuck behind them?

Find out in “To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before”

This book can be ordered through interlibrary loan

Place a hold on Jenny Han's other books here

Happy Reading!
Jaydon

 

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