I didn‘t love it, it didn‘t really pull me in at all. Not my interest in a good book.
While I thought it was a pleasant read, I don‘t think it deserved all the hoopla. Two friends work for a pumpkin patch running the Squash Hut, but change to the pie station for their last night so that the guy can take a chance to ask out his four season crush. The night delves into an 80‘s like movie where the two friends ran from location to location to find this “dream girl”. As I said it was nice, but it will never be considered a classic
Read some really amazing books in December and some that were good but not great. Loved Gideon the Ninth, Pumpkinheads, and And the Ocean Was Our Sky. The last one was so strange and beautiful. Jane Anonymous would have been better for me if it hadn‘t been for the last chapter, it really threw me off but was a good read otherwise. How Dare the Sun Rise was eye opening and just wow.
I always struggle to read over the holidays. There‘s always a lot of “hurry up and wait” scenarios, so even though it feels like there are gaps in the day, they‘re not exactly conducive to pulling out a book. This year I loaded up a bunch of graphic novels on my iPad. It was perfect! I could read a page or two at a time, and some reason, no one gets offended when you open an iPad while patiently waiting they way they do when you open a book.
I‘m not one of those fall-crazy people, but gosh darn it, this is one cute graphic novel.
First, if you‘ve ever read Rainbow, you know she‘s a genius with dialogue. Faith Erin brings that dialogue to life better than I‘d ever dreamed of. Fabulous team, and I‘d definitely read a mashup from them again.
Great graphic novel for ages 13 up, and definitely fun for adults, too!
At around 18 hours for #24b42020!
This was okay but I don‘t understand the big draw and all the fanatics.
Book 3 of #24b42020
Cute, quick page turner. The entire story takes place in a few hours at a Pumpkin Patch, on their last night together after multiple seasons. It's the perfect witty, diverse character driven nostalgia that epitomizes the thoughts and concerns all high school students can relate to in leaving for college, or any other milestone. Photo from author since I'm too lazy to get out of bed LOL