This book is appropriate for all ages! It's a wonderful story of sisters growing up together & everything that comes with it--boys, school, work, parents, and life.
Well written story that made me feel like I was there at the beach observing the story unfold.
laughter, tears, sad middle, happy ending...well, i don't know about happy, but it did end the way it should have
Wonderful book!! It shows how life can really take a turn, but close friends can make everything better. I recommend reading all the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants first.
BORING! Forced myself to finish it and basically skimmed the last third of it. Not even sure why I finished it, but I wanted to make sure at least it ended up the way I thought it should. Didn't seem to be a real storyline, "story" was about sisters, Riley and Alice, and their relationship with Paul; Riley's storyline - and that whole situation was handled very strangely - and then the relationship (or not) of Alice and Paul, and that got pretty weird too. Very disappointing and a waste of time.
Nice story that will stir memories of long days on the beach, homes by the shore and sharing times with friends. Not the first book by this author, but rather her first book for adults. She is the author of the popular young adult novels; Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants, Second Summer of the Sisterhood, Girls in Pants and Forever in Blue: The Fourth Summer of the Sisterhood
You will also enjoy the books in that series since the four main characters age from teens to adults in the 4 books. Many adults enjoy YA titles nowadays.
This was a good book. It brought back alot of memories that I have of the beach and the summertime and friends. I highly recommend it. First book for this author and I think she did a great job. Very emotional as well.