¡Hola lectores! Hoy os traigo una trilogía que es muy apropiado para esta época ya que se desarrolla en verano y es muy fácil y rápida de leer. La razón por la que reseño los tres libros como uno solo es que en mi opinión, debería de haber reunido toda la historia en un único libro.
Título: El verano en que me enamoré // Siempre nos quedará el verano // No hay verano sin ti
Precio: 13.95 € cada uno
Belly nunca ha sido la clase de chica a la que le pasan cosas. Año tras año, sus vacaciones transcurren en la casa de la playa pero los chicos apenas se dan cuenta de lo mucho que se fija en ellos. Cada verano, Belly desea que eso cambie. Y, esta vez, lo hará: éste será el verano en que Belly se volverá guapa, el verano en que se enamorará? aunque también será el verano en el que todo cambiará. Para bien, y para mal.
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As the summers go on, Belly has to choose between two brothers who love her as she comes to the realization that she will have to break one of their hearts.
Hi! Today I'm bringing you a trilogy which is very aproppiate for this time of the year because the story is developed in summer and you can read it very quickly and easily. The reason why I'm talking about them as a whole trilogy is because from my point of view, the three of them should be reduced into just one.
Author: Jenny Han
Title: The summer I turned pretty // We'll always have summer // It's not summer without you
Publishing house: Simon and Schuster
Belly has always lived for the summertime because it means all her favorite things: swimming, the beach and the Fisher boys, Conrad and Jeremiah. She has spent every summer with them at Cousins Beach for as long as she can remember. She has always been in love with Conrad and finally, one summer, it seems like he might have feelings for her too. But it turns out, so does Jeremiah.
The trilogy the summer I turned pretty was very simple although very nice and quickly to read. Belly, the main character, was too immature for her age and even if she shows a small evolution throughout the trilogy there's no big change (and if the author had made it, the books would have been much more interesting). Focusing in the male characters, Conrad and Jeremiah, Conrad was quite annoying at the beginning and even if I loved Jer I hated the character development that he suffered during the third book. Personally these books are entertaining and if you are looking for something simple and cheesy you ought to read it but don't look for an amazing book because it's not (in fact, I read it three weeks ago and I only remember the details that I wrote for making the review.)
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Lots of love,
(Excuse me for the mistakes I may have but I'm writing this at midnight and tomorrow morning I'm leaving to the countryside & I'm super tired)