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Elizabeth Scott (1) (1972–)

Autor(a) de Living Dead Girl

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12 Works 5,130 Membros 411 Críticas 14 Favorited

Obras por Elizabeth Scott

Living Dead Girl (2008) 1,443 exemplares
Perfect You (2008) 577 exemplares
Bloom (2007) 567 exemplares
Something, Maybe (2009) 427 exemplares
Stealing Heaven (2008) 417 exemplares
Love You Hate You Miss You (2009) 416 exemplares
The Unwritten Rule (2010) 394 exemplares
Between Here and Forever (2011) 259 exemplares
As I Wake (2011) 215 exemplares
Grace (2010) 171 exemplares
Heartbeat (Harlequin Teen) (2014) 140 exemplares
Miracle (2012) 104 exemplares

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Conhecimento Comum

Nome legal
Spencer, Elizabeth
Data de nascimento
1972
Sexo
female
Locais de residência
Washington, D.C., USA
Ocupações
editor
office manager
author
Agente
Robin Rue (Writers House)

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Super short read. good for traveling or just one bored evening ...
 
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Mariafrendo | 143 outras críticas | Apr 6, 2024 |
Here's the thing. This book was well written. I just could NOT stomach the content. it was the most horrifying thing that I could imagine, and I'm sure it's a reality for some very unlucky people, but I had a very, very hard time reading it. It is only for people with iron stomachs, and I thought I had one!
 
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nogomu | 143 outras críticas | Oct 19, 2023 |
This is just the book I needed to remind me why I read YA. THE FEELINGS. I give this book a giant YES!! Unputdownable.

It's a common trope, girl is in love with boy, but boy is dating girl's best friend. The difference here is this one had FEELING. I felt every single thing that Sarah felt. I cried. My robot heart short circuited a little because Sarah was in so much pain-- and I felt that.

It helped that Brianna wasn't all that likable. She overlooks Sarah and Ryan's feelings time and time again because she's so into herself. Her redeeming quality is that she's going through some pretty horrific family stuff, so at times it's understandable that she be self-centered.

My favorite part of this whole book is the reminder that sometimes toxic friendships exist no matter how much you love the person. I had a friendship that I loved the person like a sister, but had to let her go-- and I think about her all the time, but I can't be friends with her and it sucks. I think that's what is really at the heart of this book, and for that, I'm thankful.

I think we all need to read books that touch our hearts, and I'm so happy I found this at a time when I needed it. So many of Elizabeth Scott's books have been at the right place and the right time for me over the years (my fave is: [b:Love You Hate You Miss You|5245026|Love You Hate You Miss You|Elizabeth Scott|https://images.gr-assets.com/books/1347793323s/5245026.jpg|5312326]), and I really wish she would write a new book soon!

OVERALL: Tropey, but in all the best ways. If you want to read an "I'm in love with my best friend's boyfriend" book, go no further. This book had the trope but did it in the exact right way. Plus, any book that can make me cry these days is pretty special.

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Obras
12
Membros
5,130
Popularidade
#4,862
Avaliação
½ 3.7
Críticas
411
ISBN
114
Línguas
3
Marcado como favorito
14

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