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    Rating 1.5 StarsI almost feel like laughing, but not quite The Beginning of Everything is majorly over hyped, but I suspect that s because of the nature of YA We ve come to expect a very standard, happily ever after esque, unrealistic portrayal of life from YA We assume the end of the book is the end of these characters lives and don t bother to think about them breaking up with their true love in three months or rushing off to college and possibly creating another screwed up parental relationship Which is why I think this book is so well liked because its ending forces you to recognize that bittersweet reality and accepts that people are not always meant for relationships with certain people or at certain time periods And this saddens me because I feel as if this should be a given Life isn t about people healing each other from tragic moments with New Adult sexy times it s about things not working out and rejection It s about moving on and finding yourself While I think this book really tries to do a lot and utterly succeeds in its incredibly honest ending, I don t think that makes this a good book Just because The Beginning of Everything does something most books should do, doesn t necessarily mean it s fantastic or deserves quite this much hype.As I said, The Beginning of Everything really does try to be an incredible, inspirational kind of novel When you take its bare bones outline, it s nothing short of brilliant Ezra, the Golden Boy of his high school, shatters his knee in a car accident and quickly finds himself saying goodbye to his jock clique and popularity as he knows it Ezra is quickly forced to find himself true him that lies beneath all the false smiles and tennis backhands and although he attributes much of his change to Cassidy, the new girl who is different and turns his life around, he eventually learns that his growth was all his own And that idea, of realizing that your personal change is due to you and your decisions, not those of someone else, is a wonderful concept And yet, it is one that has been done before and, sadly, much better.Moreover, this book reads too familiarly It has elements of Life in Outer Space with nerdy references and movie buffs It has traces of North of Beautiful with crazy outlandish activities like geo caching And it has a whole lot of not quite good as John Green moments I have nothing against Manic Pixie Dream Girls, but Cassidy read all too transparently with dialogue I d heard before and a shabbily covered up secret Ezra, while undergoing a fantastic journey, is the only strong character in a novel filled with strangely absentee and conveniently rich parents, stereotypical jocks, empty headed blondes, and under developed secondary characters For a book that dares to explore finding your place in the world, The Beginning of Everything is surprisingly black and white Ezra, in fact, is the only character whose portrayal I found to be even remotely realistic Not only was he complicated, but he was intelligent In some instances, I really love the dialogue in this novel, in others, however, it feels as if this book is just trying too hard You know all those tumblr posts with words in different languages that mean so many things that the English language doesn t capture Well, that list is basically in this book Among other creative and cool and wacky and different tid bits that all basically fail to impress You see, as much as Schneider doesn t talk down to her audience with her out there topics, she doesn t talk up to them either Just take Charlotte, Ezra s ex, for example Not only is she a blonde cheerleader who invites guys to secluded areas, thrusts out her breasts, and has no ambitions except popularity, but her presence only makes Cassidy appear to be a better person And, frankly, I am fed up of seeing girls portrayed like this Why must Charlotte be empty headed in order to explore her sexuality Why must Ezra look like a hero for denying Charlotte while she herself is portrayed as a harlot for wanting him Why are Charlotte s string of boyfriends frowned upon but not Ezra s string of girlfriends I hate the double standards placed on girls and with The Beginning of Everything, these don t even end with Charlotte Cassidy, as I mentioned, is like a Manic Pixie Dream Girl, complete with that classic secret and tragic past that excuses her strange behavior Excuse me, but why do girls need to have a tragic past to excuse their behavior Why can t Cassidy just be moody and upset if she wants to be When Charlotte is moody she s basically a bitch, but if Cassidy is moody it s okay because she has a tragic past. I hate how this book conveniently places characters into tidy little boxes No. I am a teen and I am a girl and I cannot be placed into a tidy little box nor will I. And I hate to see that representation in YA I m not picking on The Beginning of Everything. I avoid books like this one precisely because of these issues, but I gave this a chance because of the hype surrounding it It wound up being such a disappointing read, though Ezra s high school is so stereotypical, not only with their cliques and taunts of faggot or dork but also with the personalities of their secondary characters Every clique in this book is straight out of Mean Girls and the football jocks spray paint children s playgrounds when they re drunk, but Ezra can stop them, no worries Even Ezra s best friend, Toby, manages to remain flat on the page as he is quick to welcome Ezra back to his circle and acts as a medium to introduce Ezra to Cassidy and glean information about her Ezra s parents, though mentioned, are simply strange Ezra has no relationship with them at all Although his mom calls him regularly and is worried sick about his condition, he never seems to care for her or carry much of a relationship of any kind with her Schneider introduces a lot of different characters and concepts with this book, but so many of them are under developed that I wish they were just excluded instead Ultimately, I can t recommend Schneider s latest While I loved its concept and am all for finding yourself esque novels, I felt this one had too many flaws to stand out It was an unfortunate mix of too many books and movies, mashed together, and the impact of the story is only felt in those last five or ten pages, which only barely manage to redeem this in my eyes I ve read far better and realistic coming of age novels, but if you haven t, then I don t doubt for a second that The Beginning of Everything will be a delight While I ll still be looking out for Schneider s work in the future her writing flows perfectly I ll be regarding it all with the eye of a skeptic from now on You d think I d have learned by now not to succumb to the hype, but I guess some lessons just need to be re learned.


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    No rating because I didn t make it very far with this No real review either but I m going to share a few thoughts on my initial impressions, mostly because I want you to tell me if I m wrong I just got the feeling almost straight away that this wouldn t be my type of book The first chapter starts very well, great male narrator s voice and a rather shocking opening with Toby Then the next few chapters reminded me of a Taylor Swift music video And I don t mean that in a general way, I mean it actually reminded me of the music video for You Belong With Me which, as you ll know if you ve seen it, is a three and a half minute summary of many teen romantic comedies If you have finished the book, please feel free to inform me that I got it all wrong.Anyway, this is the way it goes in those first few chapters Hot guy starts out with an equally hot, mean, bitchy and shallow girlfriend who doesn t appreciate him and cheats with another guy because she s such a slut.Guy isAnd wants a nice, well behaved girl who is nothing like all the others with their blond hair, lots of makeup, stupidly expensive handbags Enter Cassidy, aka Ms Girl Next Door.Okay, minus the blonde hair But she s sweet and innocent and most of all she doesn t knoooow oh oh, she don t know she s beautiful I really do hope I got this all wrong and please tell me if I did Maybe I ll even come back to it We shall see.


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    I was waiting in line and happened to have this book with me, and after only 10 minutes I was already hooked The first few pages recount a horrifying situation that is bound to shock anyone, and already I could put myself in their shoes and feel it changing these boys for life Then shortly after, we re brought into the second shock of the book the accident that changed Ezra s life The Beginning of Everything is narrated by Ezra, a one time golden boy who s now feeling out of place with his cane and worthless self image I loved this boy from the get go His voice is brilliantly depicted as a teenager who used to have it all or so he thought You can not only feel his pain, but you also come to understand how hard it is for him to accept that he s not who he was any Throughout this book Ezra searches for himself, and finds what he needs to find in the most realistic, though not easiest, of way The start may be shocking, but it s a pretty mellow read for the most part Robyn gives us a real teenage boy with genuine insecurities and flaws Obviously I ve never been a teenage boy myself, but I found him to be perfectly portrayed with a convincing and refreshing personality.This is another of those plots that aren t necessarily about anything in particular at least nothing cut and dry We have Ezra who was once the most popular boy in school with tennis championships and prom King crowns in his back pocket, and, of course, the prettiest girlfriend, but after the accident his life takes a 180 All in all, this book is about ever changing life or in Ezra s case, a life changed by tragic force But, is it really the worst thing that could have happened We see him question who he really is, if he really belongs anywhere at all The book also has friendship as a major topic he finds out who his true friends are It s bizarre how sometimes it takes a tragedy to change people for the better to make them see what they took for granted.Romance is another large aspect of this novel, which is where Cassidy comes in I adored this girl just as much I found she brought a lot of energy to the book She s intelligent and confident, but there s also something underneath her bright surface that is weighing her down In a way, this made her perfect for Ezra s love interest They bonded with this inseparable connection that you can sense through the pages, born from shared brokenness even though they re good at hiding it The mystery behind Cassidy s past becomes fairly predictable, however at least I thought so especially after her sudden change of heart It was made obvious by the immediacy following a certain conversation if you pay attention I knew then exactly what had happened, though not right away who exactly it involved As for the ending, I think it s one that readers will easily love or hate I fall on the love side for how incredibly realistic it is Life doesn t end neatly wrapped up with everything we expected and or wanted, it just goes on I appreciate realism over anything in these types of books Compelling characters, a strong narration, and great writing fill the pages of this book The Beginning of Everything is sad, funny, hopeful, heartbreaking it s about dealing with what life throws at you Lemonade, anyone An advance copy was provided by the publisher for review.For of my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads


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    Sometimes I think that everyone has a tragedy waiting for them, that the people buying milk in their pajamas or picking their noses at stoplights could be only moments away from disaster That everyone s life, no matter how unremarkable, has a moment when it will become extraordinary So, I picked up this book intending to escape into the cute little world of contemporary where the sun shines and daisies bloom and people live with bright smiling faces and then I got this The Beginning of Everything, is the story of Ezra Faulkner my precious baby who had his particular tragedy at the end of his junior year when a reckless driver shattered his knee Ezra finds himself plunging from the social ladder and landing with a group of misfits, his previous best friend from kindergarten, Toby, included.There, he meets Cassidy Thorpe, a bold and adventurous girl no one can seem to keep track of As the year goes by, Ezra will have to contemplate whether his huge life tragedy has already hit him or if there s much misfortune in the nearby future Robyn Schneider did an excellent job on creating this book The characters are so fun and entertaining to read about, the setting and plot are ingrained into the book so effortlessly, and the writing style is so easy to fall into.I loved the characters a lot, especially Ezra, that poor precious child Schneider was really able to pick his brain and offer us a character that was real and witty and tragic and an all around goof.Throughout the entire book, I was just waiting for another tragedy to strike Yes, it was all so fun to read about debate club slumber parties and silent flash mobs and good hearted cafeteria bickering but it s almost like you can feel a shadow of a disaster about to take form And let me say, it was very unexpected Although this book was hella enjoyable to read, that s what it was for me just a really enjoyable read I kinda wish I could give it another star but really, this isn t the sort of book that shakes my convictions and makes me contemplate it years later It s just a really nice read I pictured her tragically it never once ocurred to me to picture her as the tragedy 3.5 stars Need a contemporary to lighten my heart and bring back the sap in my lifePLEASE LET THIS ONE BE GOOD


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    I think it s possible for someone who didn t really look at this book too critically to be tricked into wholeheartedly liking it Otherwise, I can t imagine someone actually thinking this is a good novel.I read a review where the writer said this is the perfect book for the average tumblr user, and that is just so completely accurate this also makes sense when you consider the fact that in the author s biography it describes her as an internet personality .This story caters to nerds by writing a main character who goes from being a textbook example of a Popular Guy to a textbook example of a Cool Nerd The story romanticizes not being a part of the popular crowd by displaying how superior the uncool kids really are in comparison, with their constant witty banter and crazy, quirky adventures The book is chock full of nerdy pop culture references and there are entire conversations that have nothing to do with the plot or a deeper message, but just exist to display the vast intelligence and cleverness of the characters I understand the message the novel was getting at, about finding yourself and all of that wonderful, coming of age junk, but it just tried too hard Plus the fact that the message rested on the shoulders of unoriginal and snooty characters and a plot that fizzles out instead of actually wrapping up I can t help but imagine someone trying to shoot a target with an arrow and pulling on the bow so hard that it zoomed towards the target in a perfect shot only to overshoot it by a hundred feet.The characters, man I was not a fan of a single one of them, except maybe Toby Maybe I tried really hard to not find Ezra insufferable, but oh my gosh, what a superiority complex on that one Was there anyone he didn t think he was better than First he was literally too cool for everyone, by being a star athlete and class president and prom king, and then he was too cool for everyone by being clever and dark and nerdy He actually felt that he had to hold back his witty comments from his old friends because no one would get them, his intelligence was that vast And then Cassidy I tried to like her too, honestly I did But she was just as high and mighty as Ezra She makes me think of the quote by John Steinbeck, Do you take pride in your hurt Does it make you seem large and tragic She was so unique, with her vintage clothing and philosophy quoting ways And she was abstinent Can someone tell me why this was relevant Why did we need to know that she was saving herself for marriage I can only see this as another way Cassidy is superior to the girls Ezra used to surround himself with, who, when described, were always depicted as wearing little clothing or doing something to garner a boy s attention Gag Fuck your slut shaming Your virginity doesn t make you an inherently good person Cassidy also tries to sidestep the manic pixie dream girl title by outrightly stating, in an oh so eloquent way, Ezra, the girl you re chasing after doesn t exist I m not some bohemian adventurer who takes you on treasure hunts and sends you secret messages I m this sad, lonely mess who studies too much and pushes people away and hides in her haunted house Okay Denying exactly what you are doesn t mean you aren t it And stating all the ways you re too tragic to be loved doesn t help Ughhhh I can t with these characters.And what is this plot view spoiler We basically have Ezra whine about how he no longer knows who he is without the labels he used to define himself, only for him to somehow worm his way into a new friend group through which he finds that he has really always belonged not with the simpletons that are the brutish jocks and slutty cheerleaders, but with the self important nerds, who are too quirky and clever for their genius to be understood in high school Blah And the romantic relationship with Cassidy We re warned by Toby that Cassidy only toys with guys, and we get the impression that this may be true from the teasing way she flirts with Ezra, only for them to end up in a committed relationship that goes on without a hiccup until the night of a school dance when Ezra happens to comment on the make of the car that caused his accident Honestly, how transparent was it that not only was Cassidy s brother dead, but that he was the one who hit Ezra God Cassidy then goes missing for a few hours, only for Ezra to find her at a park they went on a date to and have her claim that she s waiting for her real boyfriend to show up Apparently we were supposed to believe this, because when it occurs to Ezra that that may have been a lie, it s supposed to be a huge revelation I found it to be pitifully obvious and an overdone trope And then we stumble through the heartache of the break up and Ezra s subsequent attempts to get Cassidy back, only for it to end in the death of his dog AND his relationship And then the story is over What I m sorry, could you direct me towards the point of this book I think I took a wrong turn somewhere, because 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    Hmmcan t decide between 3.5 or 4 starsbut in that range somewhere I think that everyone has a tragedy waiting for them, that the people buying milk in their pajamas or picking their noses at stoplights could be only moments away from disaster That everyone s life, no matter how unremarkable, has a moment when it will become extraordinary a single encounter after which everything that really matters will happen For former golden boy Ezra Faulkner, his tragedy is in the form of a reckless driver one night In one night he loses his girlfriend, has his knee shattered in the accident, taking away his aspirations to be drafted to play tennis in college, and learns that his so called friends really aren t all that great At the beginning of his senior year of high school, he meets new girl Cassidy Thorpe, who helps to turn his world upside down.This book is about Ezra s journey to discover who he is He s spent years being the jock, the popular guy, homecoming king materialto have it taken all away in the aftermath of the accident I really enjoyed seeing how he grew along with his new set of friends and hobbies loved his old but rediscovered best friend Toby D While the book did focus a lot on Ezra and Cassidy and their relationship, it had a deeper meaning as well, about how people respond to their personal tragedy s They can either let it overcome them and dictate their life or they can rise above it and learn to embrace their life, despite the bad that may happen I also really enjoyed the fact that Ezra didn t get a traditional happy ending I was satisfied with the ending, but I really liked that it was different from what you normally see, especially in YA Glad I got to experience Ezra s journey with him Upon reflection, I ll put the rating at a solid 4 stars, because there were numerous Harry Potter references throughout And anything Harry Potter just wins my heart 3


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    I pretty seriously hated this book Loathed it actually I really only finished it so that I could write a scathing review because I really hated it that much.The characters are barely than cardboard cutouts made from restroom gender icons with pithy words scrawled on them in red sharpie Not a lot of substance but indicators as to what we re supposed to think of them I didn t think much of them, I can tell you that They are shallow, immature, emotionally crippled and selfish with little to no care about any of the other characters I hated them all.Very little happens in the plot Basically there is only one real event in the whole book, followed by one fake event later on that is emotionally way stomach turning than the first one Neither really ended up making me care about the characters, but the second one made me hate them.I got this book in order to give me something like John Green, and it has been compared to his works a lot If you like John Green, don t read this This is John Green as interpreted by the CW and the writers of the film Clueless Also, if you hate John Green, you will also want to avoid reading this It echoes JG just enough to make it really, really annoying.It didn t help that I read the audio version The reader, Dan John Miller, was unconvincing as a teen boy, and annoying as a teen girl picture Frank Zappa trying to do the Valley Girl voice in the 80 s song instead of his daughter, Moon Unit I wanted to reach out and slap my iPhone each time he switched genders.I really wanted it to be fun and emotionally charged It wasn t It was painful and emotionally stunted and not worth your time.


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    The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider is a book about a boy named Ezra Faulkner He s the definition of a parents wet dream that is until his world comes crashing down on him Well its not the world it s like a car Ezra use to be a star tennis player, the most popular guy in school, had the most popular girl in school as his girlfriend, and makes pretty good grades He s living the high school dream until he walks in on his girl friend cheating on him at a party where he gets in his car to leave and then immediately gets into a car accident The crash shatters both his knee and dreams His friends don t seem to get that he can t be the person he use to be He can t play tennis, can t keep up with the wild pranks, and parties they go too Oh and on top of all that his now ex girlfriend is dating the his replacement and friend Sounds like the end of the world right Well then you should know it s just the start of it Ezra meets the mysterious riddle talking new girl Cassidy Ezra is thrown into a world where he no longer knows who he is He throws himself into school work, a debate team, and an old friendship Thankful to have Cassidy to distract him from the accident and life in general by dragging him around on her endless adventures he soon realizes she might just be what he needed to get out of his accident funk He ll soon learn that life isn t always about living up to others expectations it s about living up to your own I would like to thank the book gods for this book, because after reading so many fails in the contemporary ya field finally one has stepped up and won my heart First off the cover of this book is beyond perfectly witty Once you read it you ll know why Second, again, I can t believe I liked a contemporary read Third this book was like eating a handful of Valentine s Day candy it was so sweet TBoE will have your sides splitting and you hooked within the first few pages Don t believe me Well feast your eyes on this snippet from page four Formatting tips Insert book author Enlarge text field The Beginning of Everything by Robyn Schneider is a book about a boy named Ezra Faulkner He s the definition of a parents wet dream that is until his world comes crashing down on him Well its not the world it s like a car Ezra use to be a star tennis player, the most popular guy in school, had the most popular girl in school as his girlfriend, and makes pretty good grades He s living the high school dream until he walks in on his girl friend cheating on him at a party where he gets in his car to leave and then immediately gets into a car accident The crash shatters both his knee and dreams His friends don t seem to get that he can t be the person he use to be He can t play tennis, can t keep up with the wild pranks, and parties they go too Oh and on top of all that his now ex girlfriend is dating the his replacement and friend Sounds like the end of the world right Well then you should know it s just the start of it Ezra meets the mysterious riddle talking new girl Cassidy Ezra is thrown into a world where he no longer knows who he is He throws himself into school work, a debate team, and an old friendship Thankful to have Cassidy to distract him from the accident and life in general by dragging him around on her endless adventures he soon realizes she might just be what he needed to get out of his accident funk He ll soon learn that life isn t always about living up to others expectations it s about living up to your own I would like to thank the book gods for this book, because after reading so many fails in the contemporary ya field finally one has stepped up and won my heart First off the cover of this book is beyond perfectly witty Once you read it you ll know why Second, again, I can t believe I liked a contemporary read Third this book was like eating a handful of Valentine s Day What the news reports didn t say was how the kid s head sailed backward in its mouse ear hat like some sort of grotesque helicopter, and how Toby Ellicott, on his twelfth birthday, caught the severed head and held onto it in shock for the duration of the ride There s no graceful way to recover from something like that, no magic response to the getting head jokes that everyone threw in Toby s direction in the hallways of Westlake Middle School Think I made my point BUT WAIT THERE S MORE The characters in this book felt way realistic than I could have imagined Ezra s character development is off the charts along with his amazing level of sarcasm I almost felt like a proud mama bear watching Ezra become a man over the course of this book TBoE is full of razor sharp wit and took me by surprise with how compassionate it is I imagine it s hard for a writer to really make a character develop so much in one book but Robyn Schneider makes it look effortless Her writing style mirrors that of John Green s and definitely has the same tear jerker effect on people Character development isn t the only thing that is strong in this book The overall writing style and silver tongue that Robyn uses throughout this story is insane The debate scenes and childhood flashbacks will have you dying of laughter Oh and if you like vampires, witty comebacks, and Harry Potter you ll enjoy this story as well The only downside s of this book was a rather predictable ending I figured it out about half way through, but it still didn t stop me from getting teary eyed or enjoying the story till the end The only other thing was Cassidy She wasn t my favorite female character I did like her and Ezra s relationship it was truly loving and sweetbut I found myself being annoyed with her She keeps telling Ezra to be himself, to learn who he is, to tell her who he wants to be, but then gives nothing back in return I guess I was just hoping she d have as much development as he did Basically by the end of the book I wanted to throat punch this B As far as the sub characters in this book, they are as amazing as Ezra especially Toby Oh Toby you cutie you I just wanted to pinch and kiss his cheeks This book has a great pace, and is a nice new spin on a coming of age novel I wont give away what happens at the end, even with its predictability, I was still happy with how she left the characters and the stories TBoE is a perfect rainy day cuddle in a snuggie drinking hot coco book This was a light and fun read, and something that if you haven t had the chance to pick up you should definitely set aside and afternoon to do so.


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    What an amazing, quirky read this was I can t even begin to explain the premise of the story But it s about friendship, and realising who your true friends are, that it is much valuable to be true to yourself rather than trying to fit yourself into a mould, that love really does assist in fixing things but that ultimately, the love you give yourself is what ll allow you to truly live life to the fullest That you are enough.


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    Sometimes I think that everyone has a tragedy waiting for them, that the people buying milk in their pajamas or picking their noses at stoplights could be only moments away from disaster That everyone s life, no matter how unremarkable, has a moment when it will become extraordinary a single encounter after which everything that really matters will happen.Ezra Faulkner thought he had everything He was the Golden Boy of Eastwood High Star tennis player hanging with the popular crowd and dating the popular girl Everyone knows him.Then the accident happened and his life wasn t the same This story is told from Ezra s point of view and I absolutely fell in love with him From the very first chapter, Schneider gives us this unique and wonderful character with an incredibly interesting outlook and voice The dialogue was wonderfully written and so completely high school to me at times I found myself laughing quite often How can you mistakenly think something is porn I asked, halfway interested at this turn in the conversation It s porn if you use a self timer, she explained, as though it was obvious Right, I said, wishing that she d been smarter, and that her answer had impressed me.Ezra has the suffering in silence thing down to a science when he returns to school for his senior year using a cane and trying to blend in with everyone else He s spent most of his life doing what was expected of him preparing to go to college where his parents expect, never really looking at anything from the this is what I want perspective No longer able to be on the tennis team and avoiding his regular friends , he finds himself drifting to a table of misfits that includes someone from his past Toby and Ezra were best friends but as years passed they drifted apart wait until you hear about his big tragedy Ezra to the popular table and Toby to the debate team Seeing them reconnect was a wonderful treat.But he also meets Cassidy, a new girl who seems to be a mystery and doesn t quite fit in with everyone else either The debate team knows her because she used to debate for a private school but they don t know any details of her disappearance from the debate scene or why she s now in their school Ezra begins to fall for her despite the warnings from Toby She tasted like buried treasure and swing sets and coffee She tasted the way fireworks felt, like something you could get close to but never really have just for yourself.I m not sure what specifically I loved the most about this book, as one of my updates says this has been added to my all time favorites after reading Maybe it was the first person narrative, maybe it was the dialogue, maybe it was the characters themselves, which even though I finished this book early yesterday, I m still thinking about.The best part of this story though for me, is definitely Ezra He brings this story to life with his sarcasm and unique sense of humor Seeing the rise and fall of his relationships and the growth his character experiences was wonderful There were times when I wanted to shake him and say stand up for yourself and do what you want to do , and don t put up with that crap but he needed to find the strength to do that within himself When all Cassidy s secrets are finally revealed I think you ll be as surprised as I was in the end But when you turn that last page you ll realize what a captivating and incredibly lovely story you just read.If you re looking for something that has moments of sadness, moments of laughter, moments of romance and just a wonderfully told story, then I think you re going to really enjoy Severed Heads, Broken Hearts Like I said, this book has gotten a spot in my permanent all time favorites.Make sure you run out and get this one as soon as it s released in August This review can be found on my blog, Fic Fare


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Severed Heads, Broken Hearts download Severed Heads, Broken Hearts, read online Severed Heads, Broken Hearts, kindle ebook Severed Heads, Broken Hearts, Severed Heads, Broken Hearts 243a4a7bd0d0 Robyn Schneider S Book, Originally Titled Severed Heads, Broken Hearts Is A Witty And Heart Wrenching Teen Novel That Will Appeal To Fans Of Books By John Green And Ned Vizzini And Novels Such As The Perks Of Being A WallflowerGolden Boy Ezra Faulkner Believes Everyone Has A Tragedy Waiting For Them A Single Encounter After Which Everything That Really Matters Will Happen His Particular Tragedy Waited Until He Was Primed To Lose It All In One Spectacular Night, A Reckless Driver Shatters Ezra S Knee, His Career As A Jock, And His Social LifeNo Longer A Front Runner For Homecoming King, Ezra Finds Himself At The Table Of Misfits, Where He Encounters New Girl Cassidy Thorpe Cassidy Is Unlike Anyone Ezra S Ever Met Achingly Effortless, Fiercely Intelligent, And Determined To Bring Ezra Along On Her Endless AdventuresTogether, Ezra And Cassidy Discover Flash Mobs, Buried Treasure, Secret Movie Screenings, And A Poodle That Might Just Be The Reincarnation Of Jay Gatsby But As Ezra Dives Into His New Studies, New Friendships, And New Love, He Learns That Some People, Like Books, Are Easy To Misread And Now He Must Consider If One S Singular Tragedy Has Already Hit And Everything After It Has Mattered Quite A Bit, What Happens When Misfortune Strikes With Lyrical Writing, Nerdy Humor, And Realistic Romance, Robyn Schneider S The Beginning Of Everything Is A Story About How Difficult It Is To Play The Part People Expect, And How New Beginnings Can Stem From Abrupt And Tragic Endings