Free kindle Along for the RideAuthor Sarah Dessen – Andy-palmer.co.uk

It S Been So Long Since Auden Slept At Night Ever Since Her Parents Divorce Or Since The Fighting Started Now She Has The Chance To Spend A Carefree Summer With Her Dad And His New Family In The Charming Beach Town Where They LiveA Job In A Clothes Boutique Introduces Auden To The World Of Girls Their Talk, Their Friendship, Their Crushes She Missed Out On All That, Too Busy Being The Perfect Daughter To Her Demanding Mother Then She Meets Eli, An Intriguing Loner And A Fellow Insomniac Who Becomes Her Guide To The Nocturnal World Of The Town Together They Embark On Parallel Quests For Auden, To Experience The Carefree Teenage Life She S Been Denied For Eli, To Come To Terms With The Guilt He Feels For The Death Of A FriendIn Her Signature Pitch Perfect Style, Sarah Dessen Explores The Hearts Of Two Lonely People Learning To Connect Along for the Ride


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10 thoughts on “Along for the Ride

  1. Cheryl Klein Cheryl Klein says:

    Eventhan John Green, Sarah Dessen repeats the same plot elements over and over again 1 ONE SUMMER, 2 AN OLDER TEENAGE GIRL WHO IS REPRESSED IN SOME WAY family secrets, personal secrets, others expectations, her own cynicism or need for control3 MEETS A WACKY GROUP OF PEOPLE long distant family, a rock band, coworkers, a new group of friends4 INCLUDING ONE UNUSUAL BOY usually artistic in some way5 SHE DOES SOMETHING UNCHARACTERISTIC OF HER THAT STARTS OR DEE


  2. Thomas Thomas says:

    Reading Sarah Dessen is like walking into an air conditioned store after a hot, humid day in the sun Reading Sarah Dessen is also like drinking an ice cold smoothie after a long, harsh marathon And finally, reading Sarah Dessen is like eating comfort food you always know what you re going to get, a tasty, satisfying treat.Auden has just finished her senior year and looks forward to spending the summer like she usually does staying home and studying, while occa


  3. jessica jessica says:

    the thing that i love most about sarah dessen novels is the effortlessness and ease in which i am transported to a younger time, a carefree time when adult worries are forgotten and young love is all that matters sigh.however, i have come to notice that SD novels are very formulaic i mean, i get it if it aint broke, dont fix it and even though i have grown to a certain level of comfortability with her stories, i kind of wish she would break the trend every once i


  4. Saania Zee Jamal ϟ Saania Zee Jamal ϟ says:

    And the award for my most vanilla book of 2016 goes toI think I get it now The whole appeal with Sarah Dessen and the million or so romance books she s churned she s no Stephanie Perkins but reading her work is just so easy. Or at least this one was, my first one yet.Butthan easy, it was boring Mundane Unexciting VANILLA.Just like vanilla ice cream, it s enough to have me gobbling it up in one go, but doesn t quite manage to leave a satisfied mark like chocolate wou


  5. Cara Cara says:

    This is pure Sarah Dessen It s a comfort to read her work, because you know you are going to come away with something to think about I m afraid I didn t like this one as much as the others It s because well it feels a little like I m reading the same story Tons of others have mentioned it, but she seems to be sticking to a very strict formula Which I wouldn t mind too much if the characters didn t seem so similar They all are so reserved and issue driven One of the rea


  6. Aj the Ravenous Reader Aj the Ravenous Reader says:

    3.5 starsMaybe it s true, and being a girl could not be about interest rates and skinny jeans, riding bikes and wearing pink Not about any one thing, but everythingAlthough the story was a bit slow, it was written nice and easy I really liked the premise and the characterization of AudenShe grew up under the strict tutelage of her intimidating, condescending mother while her barely visible dad always manages to escape his daddy roles in the guise of perfecting his craft i


  7. Jeff Jeff says:

    Peoples, this book ain t worth it.Number one THERES NO PLOT LITERALLY NONE This author was all like, oh let s put a normal teenage girl who has low self esteem AHEM.BASICALLY HOW ALL CONTEMPORARY NOVELS GO.And let s not forget about that boy Of course Dessen went for the typical approach Meaning BIKER DUDENow, see I thought it d be some great guy who s hot and sports a six pack and all..basically my dream guy in every book.DA HELL TO THE NO.This dude restrains from wanting t


  8. Steph (Reviewer X) Steph (Reviewer X) says:

    Cross posted from my blog review Auden is your classic overachiever she s studious and entirely too serious What s , she deprived herself of a normal high school experience one with friends and fun opting instead for the academic route Which did indeed work, because she got into a great university, the one she d be attending come August In the meantime, there is the whole summer stretching before her, and suddenly, spending it at home with her holier than thou, my feminism is b


  9. emma emma says:

    not the best sarah dessen, but, you know, not the worst.there s kind of an interesting exploration of feminism and female gender identity in here which is not exactly what you d expect like, when this book started out by describing the protagonist s mom with this paragraph She was an expert on women in literature but didn t much like them in practice Partly, it was because so many of them were jealous, going on to describe her unbeliiiiiieeeeevable intelligence, success, beauty, a


  10. Sloan Sloan says:

    In my opinion, Sarah Dessen is one of the best young adult writers out there today This book happens to be my second favorite book from her It s odd how Dessen can make you feel like you know her characters personally I love that about her writing, because she makes it so easy to identify with her characters When I finished this book, I was almost upset about it I didn t want to leave behind the characters and in some ways I felt like I was saying goodbye to friends That s a true sig


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