“The Summer I Turned Pretty” is a young adult novel written by Jenny Han.
The setting is a small beach town where the characters spend their days swimming, sunbathing, and hanging out with friends. The novel is a coming of age story that explores the complex relationships between friends and family. It deals with themes of love, loss, and self-discovery. The characters are relatable and well-developed, making it easy for readers to connect with them. The story is heartwarming and emotional, and it will resonate with readers of all ages.
Everything that happened this past summer, and every summer before it, has all led up to this. To now.
Every year Isabel spends a perfect summer at her favourite place in the world – the Fisher family’s beach house. It has everything a girl could want: a swimming pool, a private stretch of sandy beach . . . and two boys.
Unavailable, aloof Conrad – who she’s been in love with forever – and friendly, relaxed Jeremiah, the only one who’s ever really paid her any attention.
This year, the boys seem to really notice Isabel for the first time. It’s going to be an amazing summer – and one she’ll never forget . . .
. The novel is set in a small beach town, and deals with themes of love, loss, and self-discovery. It is a charming and relatable read that resonates with readers of all ages.