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It’s Not Summer Without You

By: Jenny Han
Narrated by: Jessica Almasy
Series: Summer, Book 2
Length: 6 hrs and 38 mins
4.5 out of 5 stars (8 ratings)

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Belly was ecstatic when Conrad, the son of her mom’s best friend and the boy she’d loved for years, finally kissed her. But when Conrad’s mom dies, he withdraws from everyone and eventually disappears completely. Not sure where to start looking, Belly and Conrad’s brother Jeremiah figure Conrad’s college is a good place to start—but they soon learn he’s actually at the family beach house. When Belly and Jeremiah find Conrad, they realize he wasn’t running away—he’d come to keep the house from being sold. Belly’s romantic feelings for Conrad begin to resurface even as she’s growing closer to Jeremiah, and as emotions run high, it’s unclear if things will ever go back to normal—especially when a real estate agent shows up. Popular author Jenny Han captures perfectly how young people think when it comes to relationships. Jessica Almasy’s narration flawlessly reverberates the author’s style and heartwarmingly reveals the details of the characters’ relationships.

©2010 Jenny Han (P)2010 Recorded Books, LLC

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  • Emma Roponen
  • 07-10-2019

Loved it!

I absolutely loved this book just like I loved the first book in the series. It had everything I hoped for, Jenny Han never lets you down. It made me feel happy, sad, mad and excited.
I would totally recommend this book to everyone who has read the first book in the series but also to everyone who wants to read something light and cute but at the same time something captivating.
I love these characters and I will be so sad when this series comes to an end.
The narrator was really good and I felt like she fit the part well as she sounded young, happy and lively, just how I picture Belly.
Would 100% recommend!

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  • LoveAmazon
  • 24-08-2019

Great sequel

I am not an expert in novel writing but this 2d book impressed me with the development of the story. Considering 1st Book was written from a perspective of an immature teen (which was done very well as I kept thinking - gush, this girl is so self-centered & immature) and I almost gave up on it, 2d book surprised me in how things evolved. I obviously did finish 1st Book - interaction b/n characters and complexity of situation pulled me in right when I got tired of teenage rant. So 2d book was more about inner world of characters & how differently they grieve and deal with love & loss & there were many surprises. Narrator is the same as in Book 1 & conveys the character perfectly. Author also is good at leaving things at the end in a way that makes you want to crave the next book.

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  • Regina Sharp
  • 30-07-2019

Very Juvenille...

This story is written well, just be warned if you like YA - this is written a little more like middle schoolers vs. teenagers. If you like younger reads, this is a good story but if you prefer older content - this would not be a good choice for you. The characters are pretty whiney and bratty.

Not planning to read third one. Just can't make it through with such young characters.

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  • riedelmtn
  • 19-03-2019

great book

I loved this book and highly recommend it, in particular to teenagers. A great story.

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  • Melissa
  • 12-03-2019

love!

I loved it! I really enjoy Jessica Almasy as Belly. This book kept me hooked the whole time.

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  • Erica Jae
  • 27-01-2019

loving this series

I'm really loving this series! it's quite confusing at times with the constant time jumps back and forth between past and present without any indications but the story is so compelling that it almost doesn't matter. The narrator does a wonderful job and her voice is just perfect and animations on point! Honestly, I cannot wait to read the next book. Can this just be a summer series on TV already!

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  • Cameshia Wright
  • 11-06-2017

exceptional

I absolutely loved It's Not Summer Without You.It was amazing. I recommend this book to anyone that loves juicy love triangles. I also love the fact that they have a conflicted male character, it just makes it even more exciting!

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  • Sonia
  • 10-04-2016

The favorite series

This is probably the one of the best books. I've read in a long time 💘

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  • Doha
  • 14-05-2011

Great Sequel

As a plot i most certainly enjoyed it more than the first book the story is really getting exciting ..

As an audio book i listened to the whole book while on fast forward 2× because the narrator is so SLOW .. but i did enjoy the fast version of it