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Uick notes Her best yet Jennifer Weiner is the ueen and THAT *SUMMER is much than a beach ead highly suspenseful twisty gripping and *is much than a beach The Widow's Lawman read highly suspenseful twisty gripping and Emotionally explosive and character driven could NOT put it down andead in two sittings You will fall in LOVE with these two women who become unlikely friends both named Diana and uirky teen daughter Beatrice I want to move to Diana s charming cottage on Cape Cod Trust me the exuisite food descriptions will make your mouth water I did not want this book to end She did a fab job with these nasty men Metoo I wanted to throw them from a cliff except for Michael of course And oh the beach descriptions were divine Who doesn t love P Town Provincetown MA I would not change a thing Flawless Well maybe one guy I would like to see dead Top Books of 2021 Full eview coming Closer To Pub Date Also Stay Tuned For An Elevator to pub date Also stay tuned for an Elevator with the Author coming That Summer by Jennifer Weiner is a wonderful modern fiction that has it all well crafted and complex characters elationships friendships suspense mystery and kept me interested from beginning to endEmails that were supposed to go to one person end up by accident are eceived by another woman due to their addresses being very similar A friendship is developed between the two Diana and Daisy and then we see the multi layered plot unfold What we first thought was a story two seemingly different women with different lives and goals and experiences whom should have no connections whatsoever is far complicated and unpredictable as things unfoldThis book is far then a light beach ead or a women s fiction This book deals with some much needed however heavy material Subject matter such as God Gave Me a Mulligan: A Journalist's Life in War and Peace rape abuse and the emotional and physical fallouts from these acts is part of this story This book is aboutelationships between men and women women and fellow women mother and daughter and the Elephant Slaves and Pampered Parrots: Exotic Animals in Eighteenth-Century Paris relationship that we have with ourselves It deals with guilt forgiveness happiness darkness andays of light and hope that can emerge from said obstacles and challenges in lifeI won t discuss too much in hopes that I keep as much of the surprising plot a mystery for fellow The American Academic Profession: Transformation in Contemporary Higher Education readers but let me just say that the unraveling of the complex ball of thread that is the initially presented plot is something that is surprisingefreshing and a thoroughly engaging The Rise and Fall of the Biopsychosocial Model: Reconciling Art and Science in Psychiatry read thateminds me of why I have enjoyed so many of Ms Weiner s books in the pastI The Arena: An Offering to Contemporary Monasticism recommend this book as well 55 starsThank you NG and Atria Books for this arc and ineturn I am submitting my unbiased Jewish Thought, Utopia, and Revolution review and opinionI am posting thiseview to my GR and Bookbub accounts immediately and will post it to my Instagram and BN accounts upon publication 35 stars I ve been a Jennifer Weiner fan since her first book every summer I anxiously await her next book I was so excited to get my hands on an early copy of her latest However it took me awhile to actually get into this one The beginning was a little boring if I m being honest Luckily somewhere in the middle it picked up Daisy whose eal name is Diana begins getting emails
"Meant For Another Diana Daisy "
for another Diana Daisy feeling lonely after just losing her best friend so she decides to befriend this new interesting person They strike up a conversation and agree to meet The meeting was not acciden. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Big Summer comes another timely and deliciously twisty novel of intrigue secrets and the transformative power of female friendship set on beautiful Cape CodDaisy Shoemaker can’t sleep With a thriving cooking business full schedule of volunteer work and a beautiful home in the Philadelphia suburbs she should be content But her teenage daughter can be a handful; her husband can be distant her work can feel trivial and she has lots of acuaintances but no. ,
Tal at all Diana planned to meet Daisy all along That Summer Diana met Daisy s now husband Hal An incident occurred changing her life forever Overall I m having a hard time deciding how I feel about this book The cover and title are definitely misleading as this is far from a summery beach ead as one might think with a pink cover Instead the book focuses heavily on the metoo movement and specifically the Kavanaugh case I think the subject matter is important but I wish it was brought out in a original way instead of just copying what s happening in the eal world The ending also just ended without any eal solution Better than last years book but definitely not my favorite Jennifer Weiner bookThanks to Edelweiss and Atria for my advanced ebook copy Another motivational heartwarming story from Jennifer Weiner with surprising twist and engaging characters There are two Dianas in this story who are living different lives polar *Opposite Characters But When One Of Them S Emails Accidentally *characters But when one of them s emails accidentally the other one s inb One night changes the life of a young girl and now decades later she wants those involved to take Filosofía e inmanencia responsibility for their mistakes But is she willing to acceptesponsibility for the innocent life s that will be destroyedThanks to the publishers and NetGalley for providing an arc for my honest The Monacan Indian Nation of Virginia: The Drums of Life review I always love the characters that Jennifer Weiner writes because they are always so easy to connect with even through their flaws and this book was no different I loved the main characters of Diana and Daisy and some of the supporting character This is a RomanceWomen s FictionChick Lit Jennifer Weiner is the author of Big Summer and Ieally enjoy that book I was very excited to see if I love this book as well I have to say I found that first half of this book to not flow well and I spend most the time trying to figure out what the characters have in common or how they connect to each other I hate when books do that How they fit together comes out around the half way point of the book I eally enjoyed the last half of the book There is a lot about ape and how man treating woman badly in this book I wish the first
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of this book flow and was put together differently because I do think the message in this book is very important I was kindly provided an e copy of this book by the publisher Atria Books or author Jennifer Weiner via NetGalley so I can give honest Murder in Gutenthal review about how I feel about this book I want to send a big Thank you to them for that This book is schedule to beelease on May 11 2021 A book written by Jennifer Weiner never disappoints me This one should be classified as Contemporary Lit not Women s Lit The One of Our Thursdays Is Missing relevance to today s society is at the forefrontight from the beginning Many of us have a summer from THEIR TEENS THAT CAN BE REMEMBERED teens that can be On the Field of Glory: an Historical Novel of the Time of King John Sobieski remembered That Summer Sometimes the memories are good sometimes they are not so goodDaisy and Diana met by an odd coincidence which turns out to be not so odd as the story unfolds And Beatrice Daisy s 14 year old daughter is also an important character All of their personalities and traits are very well developedDiana is trying to come to terms with her past Daisy is trying to justify her life in the present And Beatrice is trying to find her path in life as someone who Real friends Still Daisy knows she’s got it good So why is she up all night While Daisy tries to identify theoot of her dissatisfaction she’s also Lassie Come-Home receiving misdirected emails meant for a woman named Diana Starling whose email address is just one punctuation mark away from her own While Daisy’s driving carpools Diana is chairing meetings While Daisy’s making dinner Diana’s making plans toeorganize corporations Diana’s glamorous sophisticated single lady life is miles away from Daisy?. ,
Oes not fit in with the norm The Me *Too movement has a huge part in the story The Boys will be boys mentality is challenged The Mean *movement has a huge part in the story The Boys will be boys mentality is challenged The Mean and bullying atmosphere of teens are also spotlighted This sounds like a lot to deal with while putting together a coherent story but all these themes tie in with each other The story demonstrates how one action can create a snowball effectfor many years and many people The story certainly makes the eader think Incidents can no longer be swept under the St Lucy's Home For Girls Raised By Wolves rug People must be made accountable for their actionsAnd a warning despite the title and the cover this is not a beachead It is not a light and fluffy book It is a well written and well thought out storyline The last 25% of it may be a little hard to ead and process Sometimes we need a book that makes us think I eceived a complimentary copy of this book Opinions expressed in this Mr. Majeika and the Dinner Lady and Mr. Majeika and the Music Teacher review are completely my own 25 This is a story of two Diana s one experienced a traumatic event she is working to overcome and the other Daisy seemingly lives a perfect life with her husband and daughter The two meet and develop a friendship but one has no idea the other has an elaborate plan ofevenge Big Summer was one of my favourite Twilight of the Idols reads from last year so when I was sent That Summer I was beyond excited Aftereading it though I m beyond disappointed Like what was the purpose of this book The book did touch on a sexual assault Ninth City Burning (War of the Realms, recovery and healing and that was important it was also the part that was the most gripping and kept meeading But the Der Ritter und die Bastardtochter rest was just what The ending is SO anticlimactic I was pissed it felt like a giant waste of time Daisy s family was so horrible from her mother to her brother her husband and even her daughter was so bratty and ungrateful hard toead Daisy herself was miserable and naive she was constantly taken advantage of and lived in a world where she only did what she thought she should to make everyone around her happy even though they treated her like complete garbage I liked Diana a lot better and her story was much interesting but in the end again like it went nowhere I thought this would have some giant twists and turns but I figured everything out before it happened Also why is it sooooo long And why was Beatrice s perspective included None of that made sense I don t think her perspective contributed to the story at all The writing was good and I did like Chinaberries and Crows reading Diana s side I liked Daisy also but her character was just so sad Anyways I wouldn t waste your time with this it missed big time Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for the free preview in exchange for an honesteview Daisy s eal name is Diana Lately she s been getting emails meant for another Diana whose email address is just one character off from her s And this other Diana sounds like she has a glamorous life filled with fun while Daisy is feeling sour and isolated after her best and I ly friend ecently died So when Daisy emails Diana to let her know about the misdirected emails she s pleasantly surprised when they strike up a conversation and agree to meet But we the Blessed Are the Wicked reader will soon find out that their meeting was anything but accidental Very looselyelated to Weiner s previous book Big Summer Weiner weaves a tale of drama and suspense on a timely topic. ?s simpler existence When an apology leads to an invitation the two women meet and become friends But as they get closer we learn that their connection was not completely accidental Who IS this other woman and what does she want with Daisy From the manicured Main Line of Philadelphia to the wild landscape of the Outer Cape written with Jennifer Weiner’s signature wit and sharp observations THAT SUMMER is a story about surviving our pasts confronting our futures and the sustaining bonds of friendship. ,