Author: Sarah Dessen

#ReadADessen Keeping The Moon: Review + Giveaway

Posted April 26, 2017 by Kara in blog tour, book review, Giveaway, Kara / 3 Comments
#ReadADessen Keeping The Moon: Review + Giveaway

“So I ran inside and up to my parents’ room and woke up my dad,” he went on, dipping the brush into the can of paint thinner and swishing it around. “I was freaking. Crying and everything. And my mom kept saying how she’d known I was too young to camp out and how he should have listened to her–this was before the divorce–and my dad kept telling her to be quiet so he could hear what I was saying, because he couldn’t understand me.” He stopped then, and I thought of the voice on the answering machine, clearing his more »

Where Were You “That Summer”? #ReadADessen + Giveaway

Posted April 17, 2017 by Kara in blog tour, Kara / 3 Comments
Where Were You “That Summer”? #ReadADessen + Giveaway

  The countdown to Once and For All is on, and to prepare for the upcoming release, bloggers and booktubers all over are sharing posts and videos about all of Sarah’s books. The first book we are talking about is That Summer. All this week, and the weeks leading up to Once and For All, members of the bookish community will be sharing their love for Sarah’s books. That Summer is Sarah Dessen’s debut novel, and it debuted more than twenty years ago, in 1996. I was a teenager in 1996, and I thought, what would be a better way to more »

Audio Book Review: Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen

Posted March 18, 2016 by Maryam in book review, Maryam / 1 Comment
Audio Book Review: Lock and Key by Sarah Dessen

For some reason, this book was not on my TBR but I still wanted to listen to it the moment I saw its audiobook on Overdrive. Honestly though, I never expected to like this book as much as I did, especially since I thought that Lock and Key was a typical romance story, but boy, was I so damn wrong because this book was so much more than just romance. What made me realize that this book was different was the fact that it actually started out showing Ruby’s perspective on her relationship with her mom, and she had on more »