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However Samson does come across as a bit of a mystery there is a constant niggle but you don’t want to even go there as long as Beyah is happy that’s all that matters. Two worlds very different and Beyah struggles to adapt at first she’s angry and envious but not in a nasty way she thought her father never bothered to think about her but he did and she has no idea her mother kept everything for herself that her father had sent for Beyah. samson was caught taking photos of her and i did find it to be creepy at first, considering it was a random person he didn’t know yet but once the story continued, it made sense.

The two are drawn to one another but Beyah feels ill-at-ease around him, partially because they are so different on the surface: Samson is a child of wealth and privilege, while Beyah has known mostly neglect and poverty. When an unexpected death leaves her homeless, Beyah is forced to contact the father she barely knows and spend the rest of her summer in Texas with him and his new family. and in part i think she helped beyah learn that her mom had a choice in the path of her life and samson had none. Beyah has never lived with her father before, but she needs a place to stay for the summer before she starts college so she goes. Forced to reach out to her last resort, Beyah has to spend the remainder of her summer on a peninsula in Texas with a father she barely knows.i loved the slow reveal of the true beyah and samson and their secrets and past - they both are really like onions, lots of layers you have to peel back before the real them is revealed. So they agree to be together for the summer and that in the end he will answer everything she wants to know. i read this book because i have no intention of supporting the author and i wanted to get rid of this book off my shelf despite my liking towards it. she made new friends, learned to adapt despite being so against it in the beginning, and ended up finding a new family.

Michaelides takes a literary turn in his latest novel, employing an unreliable narrator, the structure of classical drama, and a self-conscious eye to dismantling the locked-room mystery.

I can definitely see this book being a perfect summer read, since it is about a summer romance, so that leaves me even more excited to reread it in the upcoming months! Samson and Beyah seem to be from totally different worlds, but they're more alike then one would think. Drawn to each other by the secrets and troubled pasts they see hiding behind their eyes, they start to develop a relationship.

Pegging the guy as a rich douchebag, Beyah soon realizes there's more to him that he lets on and that despite his purported wealth he is just as damaged as her. After a childhood filled with poverty and neglect, Beyah Grim finally has her hard-earned ticket out of Kentucky with a full ride to Penn State. JB bases his entire artistic career on painting portraits of his friends, while Malcolm takes care of them by designing their apartments and houses. It’s one of the best books I’ve read all year, hands down, and the kind of story that you’ll want to reread with fresh eyes as soon as you turn the last page. Moving, passionate, and unforgettable, Colleen Hoover's novel follows two young adults from completely different backgrounds embarking on a tentative romance, unaware of what the future holds.This book is sad and devastating, Beyah experiences a lot of tragedy and hard times at such a young age and these experiences have shaped her as a person. Hoover will rip your heart apart only to stitch it back together with the heartfelt scenes between Beyah and Samson.

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