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The teenage fumbling the awkwardness the hesitation that gradually transforms into familiarity and comfort My favorites They are mutually pinning for each otherFor me it has always been refreshing to read a YA book where the story actually included the moments after the two characters get together You get to see them navigate their relationship the starry eyed stage whimsical notes and the firefliesOf course everything cannot stay perfect foreverThis book ended with an open note I wanted to be precise about this part Especially because I was conned thinking it s a Happily Ever After book and I felt extremely cheated In addition to that I also explain why I rated it less star below Be wary of uotes and spoilersI don t how would I phrase this but I will tryRobin could not make peace her deaf boyfriend will never hear her music because he chose not to I just want us to sing she writes With millions For eternity Like it says in the song ou know I want us both to sing She holds the pen out her eyes begging me to answer Finally I take the pen and write back What if my version of heaven doesn t include singing But it can she scrawls writing so fast I can barely read it If Heaven is a place where everything is perfect then ou can hear and we can sing And there it is Plainly stated There are no deaf people in her perfect worldI m here for unlikable heroines the one who makes selfish choices We are human after all but this particular scene doesn t settle down with me Robin was delirious upon learning Carter wasn t affront that he undergo to have a cochlear implant before She was beyond enrage he didn t try to use it for her She didn t even let him explain his side of the story She made his disability about herselfI m perfectly fine about them not ending up together but not in this particular means The author could ve fixed it by letting them both talk to each other or have another conflict that doesn t have to do with Eliott s personal choice not to use his cochlear implant All I wanted is for Robin to see that it s not about her It is about himDespite my distaste about this particular plot device I still think that doesn t thwart the well crafted depiction Anderson madeEverything about the disability representation hit me at heart except for that part Aside from that reason Song of Summer is still a book I would heartily recommend to readers who are looking for an enjoying read Bonus diversity and a remarkable hot male narratorReview also posted at Hollywood News Source 25 StarsI really enjoyed parts Song of Summer Ms Anderson was able to stir up dreamy feelings and at times it was as if I was under a delicious swoony spell Unfortunately other parts were very angsty and a few things just didn t sit well with meRobin s whole life revolves around music She sings and plays several instruments and working at the Grape Country Dairy diner is helping
Her Save For A Coveted save for a coveted Even her ex boyfriend Trent is all about music which made his dumping of her hard to take She is still smarting over that but that soon changes when Carter walks into the diner and Robin goes into deep crush mode He s gorgeous and apparently smitten with Robin too the only drawback is Carter is deaf Still they share an immediate and intense attraction Both Robin and Carter make attempts to fit into each other s world but as they soon come to discover that is no easy feat Add in both Carter and Robin s past love interests showing up and causing divisions and ou have a heck of a lot to overcomeRobin s life and happiness is
wrapped up in that is was ironic and at times painful that she fell so hard for a person who was unable to share that important part of her life Carter is comfortable in his life in the close knit Deaf community back home and he thoroughly detested any who looked at him as deficient and I can understand where he was coming from Having a hearing girlfriend was never on the agenda I really wanted to love this story I read the synopsis and fell in love with the premise but there were just too many things that didn t work for meTrying to get along in the hearing world seemed like trying to get by in another country where ou don t speak the language It would be hard not to feel completely left out The same applied to Robin when she tried to hang out with Carter s sister and his ex girlfriend Jolene The awkwardness was amplified by the difference in their home base Carter is a city guy and Robin is a small town girl And boy did Jolene jump on those insecurities I couldn t stand the drama caused by their exes so with Jolene because Carter allowed it I was NOT okay with that at all one in We can probably change the title of this book to Holy Mother of Adorableness and it would still be totally appropriate My cheeks still hurt from all the smiling I just didRight off the bat ou could feel the chemistry radiating between Robin and Carter I was surprised by how well Anderson played the insta attraction card she managed to make it both sweet and realistic It was the kind of cute that will make Declaration of Purposes of the Patrons of Husbandry you want to reminisce on all the guys and girlsou ve crushed on beforeIndividually I love how both main characters had their own support systems While she may not have had the most present parents Robin had her co workers and friends who were very supportive of her and wanted to be happy Carter had his amazing sweet and very caring family I wanted to hug his parents ?t speak the same language But when the cute waitress at Grape Country Dairy makes an effort to talk with him he takes her out on his ellow Ducati motorcycle Told in first person alternating perspectives language music and culture go along for the ride as Carter and Robin find their son. Been nice if they called him that instead I understand her naive behavior happens often than we realize but it s very disrespectful and got on my nerves hide spoiler This review is also posted at Her Book ThoughtsThis book is so hard to rate The blurb suggests that it has all the makings of a favorite novel for me cute summer read first loves between two different people music and a deaf MC Song of Summer has an interesting premise one that I was so excited to delve into The beginning itself was very promising I even shipped Robin and Carter right from the start THE FEELS WERE ON POINT GUYS So what the hell happenedWell after all the cutesy start and first love vibes of course it had to be there DRAMA UNNECESSARY DRAMA I might add Now I usually don t mind some drama to keep my blood boiling especially if it s really needed for the flow of the story The drama between the exes Pfft I could easily forgive that What I couldn t stand AT ALL was Robin s outburst and reaction to Carter s not telling her the truth about his hearing situation which was totally out of line SPOILERS BELOW READ AT YOUR OWN RISK NOT HIDING THESE AT ALL BECAUSE I REALLY WANT YOU GUYS TO READ IT HA Robin loves music than life itself Music is everything for her She lives and breathes music But what happens now that the person and probably the only one who can make her love anything than music couldn t hear and appreciate the thing she loves the most Carter has been deaf since birth Having tried CI cochlear implant before and not liking it he has decided not to go through with it at all So when Robin found out that Carter could actually listen if he wanted to she overreacted This is the part that I hated the most How can she claim to love Carter if she didn t even give him the chance to try to explain his side at all What s up with the cutting all ties with him blocking him on e mail Instagram seriously everything What s up with jumping to conclusions when she knew no shit about what it s like to be deaf Dude Get over ourself Your boyfriend is deaf Just because Undercover Pregnancy you re learning ASL for him doesn t meanou know everything about what it s like to be one Smh Okay now to the other part that annoyed me That ending Honestly I felt cheated I love open endings since they open way possibility for the story but what the hell was with this one s ending anyway What s up with all the build up and then making it end like that It was so underwhelming and rushed I could cry just thinking about it againOverall I still liked the book and shipped Robin and Carter hard before any of the drama happened I also want to applaud the author for making Carter s situation very believable Carter s deafness didn t come out as a stupid plot device to me It seemed genuine ยอดบุรุษพลิกคดี เล่ม 1 you know I don t even know if that makes sense but I guess what I m trying to say is that the author has really done her research and I greatly appreciate that That alone warrants this book a solid star So even though I ve had some uncertainties I m still giving this book 3 stars Song of Summer is adorable delightful and an extremely important readThe feeling whenou started reading a book and Hummer you immediately knowou re going to review it with glowing stars Because it was the *Cutest Thing You D *thing With Baited Breath (Warhammer 40,000) you d encounter It s everythingou wanted and You can t get enough of it You need to finish it in one goThis is me with Song of Summer This book is the cutest I ever read and it s tremendously significantSong of Summer is told from the alternating point of view of Robin and Carter Robin is a music nerd working as a waitress when Carter walked into the diner He s so tall and handsome as hell He s so good and he does it so well Sure he perfectly fits Robin s Perfect ManBut Carter isn t up for relationships Most importantly one who doesn t speak the same language as he does But when Robin genuinely offers him a friendship He s suddenly breathlessTogether they will see if they have a chance to experience culture music and love togetherMy name is Carter Paulson I m profoundly deaf which basically means I can t hear anything Yes that s rare In fact my entire family except my mom is deaf Yes that s rare too My dad s an architect my mom s a stay at home and ASL interpreter My older sister is twenty she s a live representative Like ou would chat with online for technical help My little sister is nine She has a CI cochlear implant so she s practically hearing Yes this is a weird family in the Deaf community too My parents adopted us intentionally because they wanted to give us a good family It worked I have a great familyThe characterization is fantastic Carter easily won me over He is well sculpted and endearing who have a full grasp in his life I don t know how accurate the deaf depiction is but Anderson provided ample of well researched details that are very easy to follow In addition it is refreshing to see Carter have a great support system his family They are woven into the plot as much as his character ISo Wrapped Up In
LOVE THEIR ADORABLE RELATIONSHIP FOR Atheir adorable relationship For a with alternating point of views the voices of Robin and Carter have real distinction I didn t feel as if the other narrator is spoiling too much of what s going to occur next Instead the story finds a balance As their respective journey clash the conflict becomes even interlacedThe relationship between our two main characters is a whirlwind kind of set up Anderson explored it realistically She captured. Ks in the door of Robin’s diner it looks like the list may have come to life It’s not until the end of the meal that she realizes he’s profoundly deaf Carter isn’t looking for a girlfriend Especially not a hearing one Not that he has anything against hearing girls they just don?.
Free read ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ó Laura Lee AndersonI DO NOT LIKE OPEN FUCKING ENDINGS MEAN MEAN FUCKING MEAN Okay so I really enjoyed this one It grabbed me immediately and I found myself loving the cuteness of the story Sometimes ou don t need crazy moments to love a story Carter and Robin were adorable from the start I was thankful we got both points of view because I enjoy getting to know how each person thinks and reacts to the things that happen to them I m not gonna lie there is a ton of angst in this book and some foreseen drama but that made it enjoyable for meCarter is just wow Like the perfect guy The Alcohol Experiment you meet over the summer and struggle to leave The oneou want to keep forever I liked Robin for the most part She is flawed and human I just found some of her decisions to be selfish at times The story flows smoothly and uickly I think I read it in a matter of hours that s how compelling it isButI do have some issues The love thing blindsided me I mean I wasn t expecting the early declarations so it felt a bit like insta love However I did see Robin and Carter s chemistry from the start so it s believable Especially when Menggairahkan Perjalanan Halaqah you consider their ages AND their personalities They re both mature for their age andeah the connection was obvious But they hadn t really shared important parts of their lives I think that s why I was so taken aback Robin s music obsession Yes I get it Sort of It fulfills Spiritual Warfare for Every Christian youou love it adda adda Demonica yadda But whenou re in a relationship when Buckley and Wilberta you re committed to someoneou don t expect them to make changes if ou re unwilling to do the same Being deaf isn t like hating sports You can t watch to make our SO happy It s part of his life And the fact that she was so intent on making him want to hear kind of bothered me As cute as they were together as much as I was rooting for them she aggravated me with her constant hesitation over the musichearing issue If The Franciscan Book Of Saints you truly love someoneou accept everything about them Which brings me to the ending ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME That is a terrible way to end this book after all of the angst and buildup I am fine with open endings in some cases but this is definitely not one of them As the percentage started dwindling I was afraid there d be no real resolution So I was pissed to be right in this situation IMO this story needed and deserved full closure The guessing game and imagining their future just doesn t work for meI d give it an actual rating of 35 for the ending Otherwise it d probably have been a 5 I received a copy of this novel through Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was an excellent book It s a 45 because Robin really annoyed me a few times but I rounded up I had to The story is told in alternating points of view from Robin a oung musician and Carter a profoundly deaf motorcycle loving guy They are from two different worlds but somehow have a deep connection There story is so cute sad and hopeful The characters and story
are well written and thought out Carter s life and differences from Robin as a hearing personwell written and thought out Carter s life and differences from Robin as a hearing person well presented This is just a really solid read Particularly if ou love sign language even though there is obviously not much actual signing Full review will be up on my blog July 7th This is a super uick and cute romance story I was able to read it in an afternoon I really enjoyed the representation of having a main character who is deaf and being able to read from a different point of view but I just hate open endings so I had to lower my rating Robin is a talented passionate high school musician working at the Grape County Dairy diner during summer break to save money towards a new guitar Smarting a bit from being dumped by musician hottie Trent Robin makes a list detailing the Perfect Man and determines to wait for him while focusing on her music Then Carter Paulson walks in the door of the diner one sunny afternoon Carter is gorgeous and has eyes that sparkle with good humor and mystery ualiti 35 starsTHIS COVER I m so drawn to these gorgeous covers Jenny really outdid herself with this one it s so adorable I can t contain my love for itRobin eats sleeps and breathes music It s her whole life *She Always Thought The *always thought the 1 thing a boyfriend of hers needed was a similar love of music Little does she know that she s going to meet a tall dark and handsome guy who wanders into her diner riding on a gorgeous ellow Ducate that gives her butterflies with his smiles who also happens to be deaf and therefore unable to enjoy her love of musicI would describe this story as a cute YA romance with some serious aspects as well I don t want to give too much away so I ll keep this review pretty vague Let s just say Carter who had no interest in dating a hearing girl and Robin whose love of music controlled her entire life find themselves in a relationship together that they never expected and they both must learn the right
of give and take make this relationship workI definitely thought parts of this story were really great then others got on my nerves a bit I enjoyed the parental involvement in this story as we don t get to see that nearly enough in YA and I liked how welcoming they each were to their children dating someone different than them But I have to say some of the things they said mostly Robin s mother got on my nerves a bit view spoilerespecially the Oh the deaf boy which was said MANY times in this story Yes he s deaf we get it but he also has a name and it would have. The thirteen ualities of Robin’s Perfect Man range from the mildly important “Handsome” to the all important “Great taste in music” After all Westfield’s best high school folk musician can’t go out with some shmuck who only listens to top 40 crap When hot Carter Paulson wal.Level Of Give And Take