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by Will Parkinson
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Debra E's Never-Ending TBR
Debra E's Never-Ending TBR rated it 7 years ago
3.5 starsI really haven't been reading much YA lately, but this one had been sitting on my Kindle. It was an overall good read that reminded me of all the things I love and hate about YA stories. I enjoyed all the characters and I did get emotional over Taylor's struggles over not wanting to come ...
Nic Starr
Nic Starr rated it 8 years ago
The blurb... The day Jackson Kern walks into Taylor Andrews’s classroom is a momentous day in Taylor's life. He's had crushes before, sure, but as time goes on, this is starting to look a whole lot more serious. Still, Jackson doesn’t return Taylor’s feelings. Taylor has his own admirers, though...
Anke1028
Anke1028 rated it 8 years ago
Funny, how different opinions can be. For me this book didn't work. I'm rather proud that I made it up to 47% but that's about it now. And I don't think that I'll give it another try later, nope, sorry. It started with the evil girlfriend, moved on to the speech with recapturing the sob-story that w...
The Novel Approach Reviews
The Novel Approach Reviews rated it 8 years ago
I like Will Parkinson’s writing style. It is easy to read and flows smoothly. This is a perfect style for the YA audience. Pitch was an enjoyable emotional ride. I admire the strength the characters showed in coming through all that was thrown at them. I look forward to more from Will. I can’t wait ...
jules0623
jules0623 rated it 8 years ago
Benny was the best part of this. Look, I get crushing on someone you don't really know but this was so chockablock full of "I'm in love with him" that my eyes nearly fell out of my head I was rolling them so hard. Lots of melodrama - even for a YA book, many cliches employed to get the MCs together,...
dblue
dblue rated it 8 years ago
4.5/5.0
Sara
Sara rated it 8 years ago
Don’t let others choose the kind of person you’re going to be. That line right there is the theme of this book. From the moment we meet Taylor Andrews we know that he has a crush on the new boy who has walked into school. This crush turns quickly to infatuation as he sees Jackson Kern on the pitcher...
susanylee
susanylee rated it 8 years ago
2.5 stars Hmmmm…I think reviewing this book will be a bit difficult for me. I am a fan of the author and enjoyed his other work “500 Miles”. However, this one…well for me personally, just didn’t connect.
Nic Starr
Nic Starr rated it 8 years ago
It's available and now on my Kindle - yippee!
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