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Caitlin didn’t deamland it like that. After most of the book was so brilliantly written, the ending seemed rushed, which was a letdown so I deducted a star.

I was drawn to Caitlin all throughout the book. Why We Broke Up. As long as I didn’t say it aloud, it wasn’t real. And she would not have left him if her mother had not stepped in.

Now, she has to find dessen in the absence of Cass. None of the “I’m sorry” or kissing up or any of that. I drsamland love how Dessen shows all of these women in this book in relationships they call “love” but honestly are not. I like Dessen’s prose a lot, which is why I keep reading her.

You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: I couldn’t tell anyone. Jun 02, Nic rated it really liked it Shelves: Then she met Rogerson. But I didn’t really enjoy this book, it was something that I wasn’t expecting. From the heady rush of first love, Caitlin was brutally transported into literal hell.


View all 17 comments. Her character does not suggest that she would stay with him, descrgar doesn’t make sense.

Sometimes to heal you have to go through pain, and drugs cheat you of that opportunity. Seven Minutes in Heaven. Along for the Ride. I would give this book 4. What annoys me is that she blames her parents for not noticing. Or at least I would not call them love between two people who trust and respect each other.

Cassandra does not go to Yale and stays away from her family and refuses to talk to them. And then it’s like he can’t stop hitting her. Her boyfriends becomes abusive, and is abused by his father. However, we never find out why her boyfriend was abusing her, leaving him to be a one-dimensional ‘bad boy’ and the circumstances around their relationship remained shallow.

Why didn’t she still leave him when she could?

Caitlin is sort of drifting the whole time — into one thing or another. Pro dicta euismod eu. Very well written and dreamlamd heartbreaking. It really opened my eyes to the situation she was in.

No one thinks that they will ever be in this kind of situation. Basically, I understand now why Sarah Dessen’s so awesome–her stories have a way of falling together near the end and creating such a beautiful impact on you.


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And I usually like the Dessen boys but this one I despised. Rogerson drives a sleek BMW, his report card is impressive, and his counselors think he’s “driven but misguided. I know that she was ‘broken’ after having her sister run away but the sister was going to be at college anyway.

But I do think it was smart and brave of the author to tackle this issue for young adults as I think people overlook this happens in high school relationships too.

I even had a bit of a crush on bad boy Rogerson at the beginning until he did the unforgivable. Not some bullcrap excuse, because Cass should be the last one to pass judgement on a sorry drreamland life.

Really captures how it is to live in an abusive relationship. Robertson seems to give her moments of happiness despite some stern rumors and horrible events that occur to him at home.