Endless Summer: The Boys Next Door and Endless Summer

by Simon Pulse

Endless Summer: The Boys Next Door and Endless Summer
 
 
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SPOILERS: Oh God, this book was bad. I could tolerate the first book especially because it was told in Lori's point of view and I understand a little bit of the thinking behind her scheme to get the guy she wanted. But in the second book, oh gosh-it was crazy! First Adam and Lori went from dating...

I thought the first book was amazing, that Echols couldn't possibly make her characters more lovable and realtable than they were in "The Boys Next Door". But then she went and threw me for a loop, and proved me wrong. In The Boys Next Door, we get a glimpse into the life of Lori, a teenage girl...

At this point in my life, I've given up on young adult. Lori is the girl next door to a family of three boys, Cameron, Sean, and Adam. She's been in love with Sean since she can remember and will do anything to get with him. Like, seriously, anything. She pretends to go out with ADAM, the youngest...

Alors que l'été approche, Lori décide d'en faire un été inoubliable- elle adore le wakeboard, passer du temps avec les garçons d'à côté. Mais cette année, elle a décidé d'arrêter d'être vue comme l'un des garçons: maintenant qu'elle approche de ses seize ans, elle veut s'affirmer comme fille, sur...

I was confused at first whether to give this book 3 stars or 4 stars. I realized eventually that this book is very well written even if I really disliked the characters. Endless Summer contains two books. The first is The Boys Next Door and the next is, of course, Endless Summer. Lori is a girl wh...

"Endless Summer" is about a girl's transformation from a tomboy to a girly girl in one summer. She likes her neighbor Sean, but Adam, Sean's younger brother and Lori's best friend, is secretly in love with Lori. When Adam's girfriend cheats on him with Sean, Lori and Adam decide to "date" to mak...

3.5 stars This edition of Endless Summer includes both The Boys Next Door and Endless Summer. As I mentioned in my previous review, I really enjoyed The Boys Next Door, the he sequel, Endless Summer picks up right where The Boys Next Door leaves off, which I really liked. In my attempt to keep this...

Boys Next Door: Lori loves Sean. Sean loves himself and Rachel. Adam loves Lori but is dating Rachel. Until Sean and Adam, brothers, have a party and Sean and Rachel make out. Lori is devastated and concots a plan for Adam to get Rachel back and for her to get Sean: she and Adam will pretend to d...

Things pick up exactly where The Boys Next Door ends and as usual, Lori finds herself in a crazy situation once again. She gets in trouble for spending all night out with Adam, but really, she didn't do anything wrong as she just fell asleep. Of course, no one believes her! However, her dad is re...

PART ONE: THE BOYS NEXT DOOR This is a good summer read! Lori has grown up with an older brother and a father. Her mother died when she was very little. Nextdoor are the Vader's and they have 3 sons and they run the marina, where Lori works in the summer. So she's basically a tomboy, but this year...

I love Jennifer Echols so much. Really she's one of my favorite authors. That's why I'd give this 3.5 stars instead of just 3. I guess sequels are hard, and Stephanie's review pretty much covers all the reasons this book was not as much fun as the first one. It took so long for them to get togeth...

Endless Summer was a two in one! The first book is called The Boys Next Door the perspective of this book was told in a one person's. Lori, the main character,lives by the lake and her brother is best friends with the boys next door. As for Lori whose best friends with the "baby" of that family,...

The Boys Next Door: 4.5 stars Endless Summer: 3 stars I adore stories where childhood best friends fall in love and The Boys Next Door delivered a lot of fun with that plot. I admit it was a bit frustrating reading Lori's continuous pining after Sean but it didn't seem as bad once she told the real...

Originally posted HERE. Endless Summer actually encompasses two books: the original love triangle/summer romance, and the sequel that came some time after. The first book – The Boys Next Door – is hands down the best YA love triangle I have read, and one of the very, very few that ends in a satisf...

Endless Summer Jennifer Echols 587 Pages This summer for my independent reading book I read Endless Summer by Jennifer Echols. I absolutely loved this book. It's my favorite novel of all time, even more than Twilight! This book takes place in the summer and has a light vibe to most of it. In the boo...

Endless Summer by Jennifer Echols stars clueless Lori McGuillicudy who gets in romantic entanglements with the boys next door. The cool thing about Endless Summer is that it is two books in one. The first book is The Boys Next Door, and the second book is the sequel, Endless Summer. Read the rest...

So, I recently saw this book on a book blog somewhere, but as I've been roaming through so many as of late, I could not tell you for the life of me where. However, I can tell you that when I secretly trotted my way into Barnes & Noble last week and (of course) walked directly over to the YA s...

The Boys Next Door and Endless Summer are going to get the same review, simply because I read both in one book which was called "Endless Summer". It wasn't until I was halfway through when I realized there were two parts to the book, "The Boys Next Door" as part one AND "Endless Summer" for part...

ugh teen romance. i don't fancy teen romance as much as my friends do because it doesn't require thinking and they throw all these characters with perfect body and beautiful faces to make the readers go oohh and aahs and awwws all the way through. like i told my friends, teen romance is like a ba...

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