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The Here and Now - Ann Brashares
The Here and Now
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Format: audiobook
ISBN: 9780804121323 (080412132X)
Publisher: Listening Library (Audio)
Edition language: English
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Tammie's Reading Reviews
Tammie's Reading Reviews rated it
1.0 The Here and Now
I tried to read The Here and Now but it has the dumbest premise and is just not believable at all. Here is a paragraph from the book: It is unfair. People versus mosquito. Who should win? We built rockets and cathedrals. We wrote poems and symphonies. We found a passage through time. And yet. We als...
Figgy O'Connell
Figgy O'Connell rated it
2.0 The Here and Now
The Here and Now has the makings of a good time travel/controlling cult/forbidden love story. But something must have gone wrong in the combining of these ingredients. In the positive category, we have:– A big ol’ wasteland of a future, justifying the trip back in time to save the people of the past...
Thalia @ Pictures in the Words
Thalia @ Pictures in the Words rated it
2.0 The Here and Now (Review)
When this book was finally over, more than anything else, I was relieved. Relieved that I didn’t have to read it anymore, try to make sense of it anymore, try and care about the characters anymore. I was relieved it was just done and I wouldn’t have to think about it anymore. Maybe that’s one of the...
Caities Reviews
Caities Reviews rated it
I received a copy through netgalley. The here and now is an interesting take on time travel and how it changes everything. It makes you think about how far you might go for to change the future for the ones you love. It was a good read bit I didn't find that it grabbed me as much as I had wished. Th...
ReadingBifrost rated it
2.0 The Here and Now
www.readingbifrost.comThe novel starts out fair enough. Ethan meets Prenna when she falls through time to escape her dystopian future along with several other “survivors”. But as the book moved on, it made less and less sense and the characters never got past the flatness that they first impressed.T...
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