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She had parents to support her, she did not rely on Rogerson financially, they had no children, he was descwrgar blackmailing or threatening to kill her. The ending was a surprise and I love that the book didn’t just take an easy way out with and everything was super okay with everyone, the end. Dreamland is about a girl named Caitlin.

Return to Book Page. Dessen does a good job of showing the negative effects of drugs without being preachy, or on the other hand being mistaken as a “stoner” book. The Summer I Turned Pretty.

All the elements in this story- the relationships, the family dynamic, the pain, the emotions- interwove with each other in perfect harmony. I think the author did a wonderful job at portraying a teenage girl as such because it holds so much truth. What an intense, disturbing, painful look at vessen abuse. I thought this was a book that was fluffy and filled with happiness.

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Which must suck ass and I have no idea how parents or siblings do that. Silly little thing darn near immediately falls head over tits with Rogerson, everyone knows Goodreads hates insta-love. I’ll keep reading her because I drscargar her stories, but I am not wild about what young girls will pick up from her lessons. I really appreciated the chance to re-read this. Ut habeo summo impedit has, sea eius tritani sapientem eu.


Her mother becomes a barely functioning person at first, and her father is in denial after her sister runs away. Stop being so goddamn sheltered, you could learn something. Paperbackpages.

Dark fiction works best with some other emotions juxtaposed to really set off the tragedy of the situation and to make everything feel more real. It is only when Caitlin is with Rogerson Biscoe that she feels free of her sister’s shadow and her parents’ expectations.

I’m glad that there are authors out th TW: However, no matter how hard she tries, she finds that the people around her act as though she is the new Cass. I even had a bit of a crush on bad boy Rogerson at the beginn This is the descargxr Dessen book that actually really enjoyed.

However, we never find out why her boyfriend was abusing her, leaving him to be a one-dimensional ‘bad boy’ and the circumstances around their relationship remained shallow. She is so confused and doesn’t know what to do with herself.

The thing about Sarah Dessen is that she gives you a lot of time to know the characters more, and then after a couple of hundred pages or so she actually gets into the plot. Her character does not suggest that she would stay with him, it doesn’t make sense. It’s one of those books that you just have to read. Cross-posted at Robert’s Reads Jul 09, laaaaames rated it liked it. Her whole life became ruined by fear, as she danced with caution around her boyfriend, always trying to keep him in the best mood she could.


As dark as the subject matter is, there are some uplifting moments too, specifically at the end.

Relationships are essentially a power struggle, a game of manipulations. I wasn’t a huge fan of Caitlin and I hated all the choices she made in this book.

And accepting that love – and everything that followed it – is part of letting it go. A lot is left to the imagination.

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And that’s when she meets Rogerson, a mysterious yet freakin’-hot dude with whom she can shed her ‘always-on-the-safe-side’ persona. I wish we got to read more about Cass and Adam.

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