Author: Jenny Han
Publication Date: April 26, 2011
Genres: Young Adult, Contemporary Romance
Synopsis from Goodreads:
It made me decide that I’d be Team Conrad rather than Team Jeremiah. I really liked Jeremiah, but he just didn’t cut it out for me in this book. I hated it. I didn’t like him. I hated how things ended up like that. It was just a big no, no, no for me. Also, having read Conrad’s POV made me understand him even more, with all the words and actions he had said and done. I felt an even deeper connection with him than with Jeremiah.
I didn’t like how the things got so jumbled up, that I don’t even know what was happening anymore. At first, things were going this way, and then the next thing I knew, they were going that way. At the age of nineteen, things didn’t seem realistic for Belly anymore, and I just stopped being able to relate with her at some point, which was really maddening for me.
In all honesty, I was thinking of rating this book just three stars, but that ending was also a big turn-around for me. It was everything. It just made up for all the tantrums I had in the first half of the book, so I decided that this simply cannot be three stars.
Even though I didn’t love We’ll Always Have Summer as much as I did on the first two books, this Summer trilogy is indeed a must-read! Not to mention that it’s summer now in other countries (meh, it’s study time for me huhu) so it’s a perfect read. Go grab a copy, and read this series now!