Sweethearts



As children, Jennifer Harris and Cameron Quick were both social outcasts They were also one another s only friend So when Cameron disappears without warning, Jennifer thinks she s lost the only person who will ever understand her Now in high school, Jennifer has been transformed Known as Jenna, she s popular, happy, and dating, everything Jennifer couldn t be but she still can t shake the memory of her long lost friend When Cameron suddenly reappears, they are both confronted with memories of their shared past and the drastically different paths their lives have taken.From the National Book Award nominated author of Story of a Girl, Sweethearts is a story about the power of memory, the bond of friendship, and the quiet resilience of our childhood hearts New Download Sweethearts By Sara Zarr For Kindle ePUB or eBook – tiffanydaniels.co.ukSweethearts

Sara Zarr is the acclaimed author of four novels for young adults Story of a Girl National Book Award Finalist , Sweethearts Cybil Award Finalist , Once Was Lost a Kirkus Best Book of 2009 and How to Save a Life Her short fiction and essays have also appeared in Image, Hunger Mountain, and several anthologies She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with her husband, and online at www.sarazarr.co Sara Zarr is the acclaimed author of four novels for young adults Story of a Girl National Book Award Finalist , Sweethearts Cybil Award Finalist , Once Was Lost a Kirkus Best Book of 2009 and How to Save a Life Her short fiction and essays have also appeared in Image, Hunger Mountain, and several anthologies She lives in Salt Lake City, Utah, with her husband, and online at www.sarazarr.com

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  • Hardcover
  • 217 pages
  • Sweethearts
  • Sara Zarr
  • English
  • 22 March 2018
  • 0316014559

10 thoughts on “Sweethearts

  1. says:

    Bleh I kept thinking I would start liking this book, but I never did I just wasn t sympathetic to the character at all, and I felt like the author was shoving it down my throat that I should sympathize with this poor girl who has had it so hard And through the whole book, she keeps alluding to this deep, dark secret thing that happened to her as a childyou get little pieces of that story as mini flashbacks, but she doesn t reveal the whole thing, to keep you in suspense, I guess Final B...

  2. says:

    Because love, love is never finished It circles and circles, the memories out of order and not always completeI read this as a way to cure my reading slump thinking this would be a cutesy read but I once again committed this fatal flaw of judging the book by its cover But although I erred about this being a light, easy read, I m still very glad that I read the book because this is one of the most genuine realistic YA fiction I ve ever read.At the age of nine, Jennifer orpopularlyBecause love, love...

  3. says:

    3.5 stars I have only read one Sara Zarr book before this one, 2011 s How to Save a Life, and as I read Sweethearts all I could think about was how much the author has grown as a writer in the three years since this one was written I love the theme of this book overall, which explores the bittersweetness of people coming in and out of your life I didn t even mind that we don t learn as many details about what happened to Cameron back in the past as we might ve hoped Or that the main character 3.5 stars I have only read one Sara Zarr book before this one, 2011 s How to Save a Life, and as I read Sweethearts all I could think about was how much the author has grown as a writer in the three years since this one was written I love the theme of this book overall, which explores the bittersweetness of people coming in and out of your life I didn t even mind that we don t learn as many details about what happened to Cameron back in the past as we might ve hoped Or that ...

  4. says:

    It s the kind of a book you sink into and feel immersed in the world and story It was a quiet but compelling read and I enjoyed pretty much every minute of it Zarr has this way of writing so that her sentences are emotive in the most subtle and unassuming of ways I don t know how she does it, as her prose is quite simple, yet I felt moved as the story unfolded and I was captivated by both Jenna and Cameron s story.Cameron and Jenna are achingly flawed and struggling within themselves The rom It s the kind of a book you sink into and feel immersed in the world and story It was a quiet but compelling read and I enjoyed pretty much every minute of it Zarr has this way of writing so that her sentences are emotive in the most subtle and unassuming of ways I don t know how she does it, as her prose is quite simple, yet I felt moved as the story unfolded and I was captivated by both Jenna and Cameron s story.Cameron and Jenna are achingly flawed and struggling within themselves The romance between them may be understated compared to other wildly falling in love YA, but the bond between them feels all thestronger for it It actually felt real.At the end, I felt like I d been punched in the gut I liked this onethan Zarr s Story of a Girl which had the same lingering, quiet emotional feel about it This story will definitely linger...

  5. says:

    Life was mostly made up of things you couldn t control, full of surprises, and they weren t always good Life wasn t what you made it You were what life made youWhen I saw it on the bookstore I didn t hesitate to buy it because hello it s a Sara Zarr s book This is the third book I ve read from her first is Roomies, then How to Save A Life which both I really like.The first time I read the synopsis I thought this will be a typical love story of kiss y kiss y and whatnot but I am mistakenLife was mostly made up of things you couldn t control, full of surprise...

  6. says:

    There are some friends in my past, from high school and college, that I really miss I don t know why I lost touch with them but I did I am talking about people I feel that marked me in an indelible way and yet somehow situations shifted and we were no longer in touch This was before cell phones and emails, maybe it would be different now, if I was growing up now Maybe not But every now and again I am sad about it, about the loss of them wondering where we would be as friends if I had don There are some friends...

  7. says:

    I expected to like Sweethearts a lot I thought it would be a super cute romance But it s an hour after reading, and I m in shock This is a book that delves much deeper than romance It s a book that stays with you and demands that you think about it afterwards.It s very hard for me to tell you much of what happens in Sweethearts without spoiling things, bu...

  8. says:

    This is my second time around reading Sweethearts I love the story so much and I love how the characters grow and develop throughout Sara Zarr has a way of developing characters with intense backstories without using very many pages Jennifer and C...

  9. says:

    Sweethearts disappointed me.Jennifer and Cameron were best friends in Elementary, the two outcasts that the other children picked on When Cameron disappeared without even saying good bye , Jennifer knew it was time to change Now Jennifer s in high school, pretty, popular and completely different from the girl she was when she ...

  10. says:

    I know STORY OF A GIRL was a National Book Award finalist, but I didn t love it while the story was realistic, the main character just wasn t one that I clicked with as a reader But I ve been reading Sara s blog off and on for a good while and really appreciate that she always has really interesting things to say I d beenthan curious to read SWEETHEARTS ever since she said on there awhile back that she d been thinking and writing about how we all have the faces we show to the people we I know STORY OF A GIRL was a National Book Award finalist, but I didn t love it while the story was realistic, the main character just wasn t one that I clicked with as a reader But I ve been reading Sara s blog off and on for a good while and really appreciate that she always has really interesting things to say I d beenthan curious to read SWEETHEARTS ever since she said on there awhile back that she d been thinking and writing about how we all have the faces we show to the people we meet SWEETHEARTS clicked with me on a personal level b c I had an inexplicably close male friend myself as a kid, and he, too, disappeared from my world at a certain point, though due to far less mysterious circumstances But I think the emotional response I had is probably similar to the reaction many will have, b c I do think this novel would be a real what if exploration for anyone ...

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