[Epub] ↠ Big Summer Author Jennifer Weiner – Hgvrecruitment.co.uk

Big Summer The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Nothing Short Of Brilliant People Mrs Everything Returns With An Unforgettable Novel About Friendship And Forgiveness Set During A Disastrous Wedding On Picturesque Cape CodSix Years After The Fight That Ended Their Friendship, Daphne Berg Is Shocked When Drue Cavanaugh Walks Back Into Her Life, Looking As Lovely And Successful As Ever, With A Massive Favor To Ask Daphne Hasn T Spoken One Word To Drue In All This Time She Doesn T Even Hate Follow Her Ex Best Friend On Social Media So When Drue Asks If She Will Be Her Maid Of Honor At The Society Wedding Of The Summer, Daphne Is Rightfully Speechless Drue Was Always The One Who Had Everything Except The Ability To Hold Onto Friends Meanwhile, Daphne S No Longer The Same Self Effacing Sidekick She Was Back In High School She S Built A Life That She Loves, Including A Growing Career As A Plus Size Instagram Influencer Letting Glamorous, Seductive Drue Back Into Her Life Is Risky, But It Comes With An Invitation To Spend A Weekend In A Waterfront Cape Cod Mansion When Drue Begs And Pleads And Dangles The Prospect Of Cute Single Guys, Daphne Finds Herself Powerless As Ever To Resist Her Friend S Siren Song A Sparkling Novel About The Complexities Of Female Friendship, The Pitfalls Of Living Out Loud And Online, And The Resilience Of The Human Heart, Big Summer Is A Witty, Moving Story About Family, Friendship, And Figuring Out What Matters Most

10 thoughts on “Big Summer

  1. says:

    Wow Fat shaming, dangers of social media, frenemies, entertaining, riveting, interesting plot with well developed, impeccable characterization and it s Jennifer brilliant Weiner book There s nothing say I m all in Two things I adored about the book 1 Our MC Daphne, her struggles

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    I won this ARC in a GoodReads Giveaway in exchange for a fair review My thanks to GR, the publisher and the author for this opportunity.This is not my typical go to genre nor do I feel like I am the ideal demographic for this book Even so, I was spellbound from the beginning and finished t

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    3.5 stars I would still want to be her friend, because she was everything I wanted to be Six years after the fight and video that ended their friendship, Drue Cavanaugh comes back into Daphne Berg s life Drue is as Blonde, skinny and beautiful as ever and she needs something from Daphne She

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    I was actually really surprised with Big Summer.Jennifer Weiner explores some heavy issues in this one around social media, societal views on women, and women s body image Our main character Daphne Berg has been made fun of and judged by her body her entire life Sadly, she was made fun of by her best friend D

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    JAW DROP.This book will be so difficult to review, and I will tread carefully because of spoilers, but I highly recommend you don t read any reviews, including my own until you pick this up for yourself Review to come Many thanks to the publisher for providing my review copy.

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    The first half of this novel is written in the style I ve come to know and love from Ms Weiner Daphne Berg was a scholarship student at a private school She was friends with the nerdy misfits, but she was honored to bask in glow of Drue Lathrop Cavanaugh, the wealthy, beautiful girl, who sometimes made Daphne feel like the queen

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    Full of surprises and a deep dive into the world of influencers, body image, and acceptance.Characters Body Image Discussions Plot Arc Daphne is a plus size influencer in our modern world of Instagram, hashtags, and body acceptance But she s still at the accepting part when it comes to her own body and the life she leads on Instagram is a

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    Out of all the books I have read during this period of quarantine, this by far has been my favorite distraction read It felt so nice to be able to relax with a solid main character and a story that held my interest as my concentration level hasn t been at a high level recently The book was a good mix of mindless escapism and a little bit of substan

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    She described her clothes as, Luscious , it sounded like a new code word for fat like, Rubenesque There always seemed to be a code word to describe a fat person some biting, meant to sting and be mean Then some marketing person realized fat women need clothes too, so they better come up with a word that sounded appealing, positive, making these women feel attractiv

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