Published: May 2nd 2017
Genres: Young Adult
Reading from: Hardcover
Publisher: Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
Rating: infinite 3.2 /5 stars
Summary from Goodreads:
Lara Jean’s letter-writing days aren’t over in this surprise follow-up to the New York Times bestselling To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before and P.S. I Still Love You.
Lara Jean is having the best senior year a girl could ever hope for. She is head over heels in love with her boyfriend, Peter; her dad’s finally getting remarried to their next door neighbor, Ms. Rothschild; and Margot’s coming home for the summer just in time for the wedding.
But change is looming on the horizon. And while Lara Jean is having fun and keeping busy helping plan her father’s wedding, she can’t ignore the big life decisions she has to make. Most pressingly, where she wants to go to college and what that means for her relationship with Peter. She watched her sister Margot go through these growing pains. Now Lara Jean’s the one who’ll be graduating high school and leaving for college and leaving her family—and possibly the boy she loves—behind.
When your heart and your head are saying two different things, which one should you listen to?
So if you’re into a book where nothing really happens, but all you feel is angst this is the book for you. So this wasn’t that terrible of a book, but it wasn’t Jenny Han’s best, I kinda was expecting more.
I kinda regret reading this book because I kinda was just losing my love for Peter K. I was falling out of love with him, as the book progressed. But I have to say towards the end I did start to enjoy it a bit more. I feel like one of the main reasons I didn’t enjoy it as much was because it felt real yet at the same time not real at all. I felt the fears of Lara Jean of not belonging somewhere, or not getting accepted into schools.
I also felt like the story wasn’t really there it was just a whole bunch of events happening yet not a complete story, it felt like everything was completely rushed but at the same time the pacing was incredible slow placed, it didn’t have the same amount of cuteness, as the past books.
This book was overall enjoyable, and it deeply saddens me to say goodbye to the Song sisters, although it seems like it might for the best.