The following is an honest review of We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han and my suggested age rating.
*The following synopsis may contain spoilers for The Summer I Turned Pretty*
Two years ago Conrad told Jeremiah and Belly to leave and be together. Ever since then, they’ve always bene together, going to the same college practically inseparable. Inseparable until Jeremiah does the worst thing, Belly now questions who she truly loves. Belly has to decide who will get her heart forever, for infinity.
Review of We’ll Always Have Summer
THIS REVIEW IS GONNA BE SO SHORT BECAUSE I HAVE SO MANY SPOILERS TO TALK ABOUT THAT I CAN’T! This book literally emotionally destroyed me. I love you Jenny Han, thank you for blessing the world with a tv show so that I can be destroyed again. I have been Team Conrad since book 1, I need to who everyone else likes and why.
I read this book in one sitting right after I finished the second one. I don’t think I’ve ever cried so much reading a book. I have nothing but good things to say, read this series now please.
“So no, he didn’t give me flowers or candy. He gave me the moon and the stars. Infinity”
I gave We’ll Always Have Summer 5/5 stars on Goodreads
Age Rating of We’ll Always Have Summer
I am giving We’ll Always Have Summer an age rating of 13 and up. There is grief, loss, romance, and some language.
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