Aubrey and Rae have been planning their trip around Europe practically from the moment they became BFFs in primary school. And, now, it ought to be the perfect way to spend their last summer together before university.But things are more complicated at eighteen than they were at ten. There's Jonah, Aubrey's seemingly perfect boyfriend, and his best friend Gabe, the boy Aubrey may have accidentally kissed. And there's Clara, the friend Rae is crushing on, hard, even though there's no hope because Clara is definitely into guys, not girls.Five friends. Ten days. Paris, Amsterdam, Prague, Florence, Barcelona. And a messy, complicated, can-this-really-be happening love story, or two ... because how could there not be?...
|Title||:||The Summer of Us|
|Number of Pages||:||311 pages|
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The Summer of Us Reviews
The Summer of Us is a YA contemporary about a group of friends who go travelling around Europe together for ten days before heading their separate ways to university. Rae and Aubrey have been planning this trip since they first met as kids, but back then they didn’t know they’d be joined by Aubrey’s boyfriend Jonah, the guy she kissed (Gabe), and the girl Rae has a huge secret crush on (Clara), which all adds up to a lot of tension. A lot can happen in ten days.
Aubrey is the organised one of th ...more
The Summer of Us was such a quick read for me; I read it in basically one day, haha. It's such a sweet, fluffy, heartwarming, yet emotional book, and I honestly enjoyed it a lot! Although it wasn't the most thought-provoking or "deep" book, I still loved it because I need to read fluffy and lighthearted contemporaries every once in a while.
In The Summer of Us, five friends (Aubrey, Rae, Clara, Gabe, and Jonah) are traveling together across Europe, enjoying each other's company before th ...more
First full review of the year, how exciting! I received an early copy of this book and let me tell you it was amazing. It comes out in June of 2018 and I highly recommend it to anyone that is a fan of contemporary ya and looking for a lighthearted read that does talk about the hard parts of growing up.
Now let us get into the review.
Aubrey: I don't mean to be that person, but Aubrey reminded me a lot of myself. I'm not exactly sure why, but she did and I'm unsure whether or not ...more
Disclaimer: I received this free from the publishers in exchange for an honest review.
Aubrey has only two weeks left before she leaves for college so she decides to go on a trip around Europe with her friends – Gabe, Clara, Rae, and Jonah. Visting places such as Paris, Amsterdam, Barcelona, and Prague they plan to spend two weeks having the times of their lives before they all go their separate ways going to college and university across the world. When secrets are revealed, their carefree adven ...more
I will adore pretty much any summer travel story, but this really is one of the best YA ones I've found! The characters completely make the story — there are 3 girls & 2 guys who backpack around Europe the summer before college. There's a kind of love triangle between one of the girls and the 2 guys, while the other two girls are trying to figure out if they like each other. These 2 girls were easily the best part and most developed. Their relationship is adorable and the feminist side comme ...more
4 stars! I can say I actually enjoyed reading this book (more than I expected).
I really love books with summer travelling themes so I decided to give it a try. It’s about 3 girls and 2 guys who decided to travel around Europe before college is gonna start. They visit Paris, Amsterdam, Prague or Florence, Rome, Barcelona… The story is actually about their friendship and love. I wish that Vinesse had gone a little more in depth with who the characters are in the beginning, maybe showing a few qui ...more
This is not for people who are like "OMG the characters were so dramaaaaatic," but as I have no problem with that, I thought this book was lots of fun. Chemistry, travel, and gayness - I'm here for it.
Outside the window, the gray and brown buildings of London started disappearing behind them. Like a sped-up movie reel. Like the world on fast-forward.
I need someone to explain to me why I feel so happy about this ending even though I knew exactly what was going to happen.
I flew through this book and loved the fact that the story revolves around a group of friends. Each of them had very different personalities, different problems, and each character added more clarity to the story. The book s ...more