Jenny Han’s It’s Not Summer Without You was a good book. After reading the first book in the trilogy, readers are easily hooked, wanting to know what will happen to Susannah, along with Belly and the boys. After Susannah’s death, the vibe of the book shifts. There is nobody to console the boys or act like a second mother to Belly. After finding out Conrad and Jeremiah are going to lose the summer house due to their dad they have to fight alongside Belly to save it. A lot of tension arises after finding out this news, which further strains everybody’s relationships.
All of the characters become more and more complex as the book shifts perspectives every few chapters or so. Overall, I really recommend this read to anyone who likes an easy read and would like to be hooked into a good series of books.
4 thoughts on “It Really Isn’t Summer Without You – A book review”
I love this book so much! your right everything gets more complex this book. I think it makes it really interesting to read.
I want to start reading more complex books so this seems like a great book.
This sounds very complex and interesting, I should add this book to my reading list.
It seems like it would be really interesting seeing all the characters perspectives on the same situation