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by Robyn Schneider, Robyn Schneider
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the dilemma of reading
the dilemma of reading rated it 6 years ago
Robyn Schneider's The Beginning of Everything is a witty and heart-wrenching teen novel that will appeal to fans of books by John Green and Ned Vizzini, novels such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and classics like The Great Gatsby and The Catcher in the Rye. Varsity tennis captain, Ezra Faulkne...
Woman Reading
Woman Reading rated it 6 years ago
I had really high hopes for this book. I can’t exactly pinpoint exactly what it was that made me think this was going to be really awesome. It could be the cover, which I try not to fall for, or the comparison to John Green. Whatever it was, I was really looking forward to The Beginning of Everythin...
The Bibliophile Confessions
The Bibliophile Confessions rated it 6 years ago
OMG THE FEELS. This was the second book I’ve read from Robyn Schneider, the first one being Extraordinary Means which won’t come out until May 2015, and I’m really amazed by the way she writes. When I read the ARC of Extraordinary Means last year, I told myself Robyn has to be an auto-buy author for...
My Never Ending List
My Never Ending List rated it 7 years ago
“Tell me, what is it you plan to with your one wild and precious life?” There are a few moments in this book that I can walk away with and this is one of them. Cassidy tries to get Ezra, 17 to recreate his own life into something that he can call his own. After his accident, he needs to make his own...
Cassandra Reads
Cassandra Reads rated it 7 years ago
This book isn't normally something I would read, but I ended up really liking it. I tend to dislike Young Adult novels, so I avoid them just to spare myself the annoyance. I'm kind of afraid to review this book at all, since the parts I remember the best are the ending which would really spoil the...
The Girl Who'll Read Anything
The Girl Who'll Read Anything rated it 7 years ago
First of all, I wanna discuss the reason/s why I chose to read this book. I fell in love with the cover when I first saw it. Shortly after, I went to Goodreads and read the book blurb. It looks promising and tragic so I gave it a go. I really love the cover and the meaning behind it. It doesn't only...
Tellulah Darling
Tellulah Darling rated it 7 years ago
I seriously only heard about this book yesterday morning because a friend had read it for her Real Books Challenge. It happened to be at my library when I swung by to return another book so I picked it up. Wow! Funny, heartbreaking, sweet - this story had it all. The story follows Ezra, golden boy n...
xxsquigglesxx
xxsquigglesxx rated it 7 years ago
OVERALL IMPRESSION: This wasn't as amazing as I had hoped it would be, but I still liked it. A lot of the book was slow moving, but there were a few places with a lot of feels. There was also a twist that I didn't expect at all that really helped draw me into the story.CHARACTERS: I really liked Tob...
Wanderlust
Wanderlust rated it 7 years ago
Like what some people expressed, I like the other title, Severed Heads, Broken Hearts, better. This book talked about tragedies, how we are all bound to encounter one. The same happened to our golden boy, Ezra Faulkner. Oh, he was everything - athlete, decent grades, popular friends, homecoming king...
Because Books!
Because Books! rated it 8 years ago
Now when it comes to YA Contemporary, I have a tendency to be very picky. I am a harsh critic and let's face it, some books in this genre can be highly pretentious.But this book here did it just right. I adore Robyn Shneider's writing. She made Ezra a very likable and real male protagonist. I liked ...
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