The Whole Thing Together (E–book)


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  • The Whole Thing Together
  • Ann Brashares
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  • 26 December 2019
  • 9781984851017

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    Ann Brashares É 6 Read & download Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares Read & download The Whole Thing Together Rating 15 stars Alright buckle up kids This review is gonna be long and it's gonna be intense Needless to say I had major issues with this book and I need to get some of these hateful feelings out First I want to start by giving a general warni

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    Ann Brashares É 6 Read & download Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares Read & download The Whole Thing Together 2 stars We live in the same place but never together  When I saw that Ann Brashares was coming out with an new YA book I jumped at the chance to read it The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is one of my favori

  3. says: Read & download The Whole Thing Together Ann Brashares É 6 Read & download Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares

    Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares Ann Brashares É 6 Read & download Read & download The Whole Thing Together Sasha and Ray share three sisters a summer job and a bedroom at the family summer beach cottage but they've never met Befo

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    Ann Brashares É 6 Read & download Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares The Whole Thing Together (E–book) I only reuested this arc because Ann Brashares is the author of the famous The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants I never read the book only watched the movie over 8 years ago back when I used to think every movietv show with teens was awesome I remember that it was fun Now I know I'm not reading itExcuse me if my review is all over the place I had so many issues with The Whole Thing Together that I don't even know where to start f

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    The Whole Thing Together (E–book) Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares Read & download The Whole Thing Together The Whole Thing Together is a summer y contemporary novel about a family split apart thanks to years of tension and pent up anger It follows all POVs of the children of the large family as their lives change throughout the course of their novel

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    Ann Brashares É 6 Read & download Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares Read & download The Whole Thing Together 275 starsThe Whole Thing Together follows 7 different characters and about 80 storylines which makes it almost impossible to give an accurate synopsis of it but imma try anyway This book follows a dysfunctional fa

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    The Whole Thing Together (E–book) Ray and Sasha share the same 3 older sisters They stay in the same room whenever they’re in the family house in the Hamptons But they never ever metRay’s mom was married to Sasha’s dad ages ago – they had three daughters and got divorced – and not in a let’s stay friends way That’s why the two new kids never

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    Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares Ann Brashares É 6 Read & download Read & download The Whole Thing Together I didn't enjoy this book at all the writing and characters weren't anything like i want in a contemporary book The characters felt so 2 dimensional and so bland that it was hard to pin point a stand out character in this book This book reminded me of 'We Were Liars' in some aspects of the story and i really had trouble t

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    Read ✓ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB É Ann Brashares The Whole Thing Together (E–book) When I saw Ann Brashares was coming out with a new YA book I was so excited I grew up on the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants book

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    The Whole Thing Together (E–book) I really enjoyed this read I felt Brashares was back in her element telling a layered and multi perspective family saga It took a minute to ke

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The Whole Thing Together

The Whole Thing Together Download Ð 106 Summer means time at her family's sprawling old house out on Long Island For Ray it's the same Sasha and Ray aren't related and they've never met but long ago before they were born Sasha's dad and Ray's mom were married Then came a bitter divorce remarriages and a new generation of children Now the two families have an arrangement use the summerhouse at your designated time and never cr. 275 starsThe Whole Thing Together follows 7 different characters and about 80 storylines which makes it almost impossible to give an accurate synopsis of it but imma try anyway This book follows a dysfunctional family one that has been split apart long before we start the book We follow each of the 5 children of the family It s hard to determine but the seemingly main characters of this novel are the two youngest siblings THAT ARENT ACTUALLY RELATED and how they share three sisters and a bedroom in their vacation home yet they ve never actually met I went into this book expecting something like the parent trap I wanted long lost siblings finally meeting and all the wholesome goodness that comes along with it and instead I got super weird incest vibes I know they aren t actually related but I mean they share siblings it s weird The worst thing about this book is that it s really well written So the whole time I was reading there I was marvelling at all the pretty words while simultaneously cringing at all the slut shaming racism and heteronormativity It was all very aggravating Not to mention boring I liked the focus on family I liked the themes that were explored but because there were so many characters and storylines nothing was fully developed and the story didn t seem to follow an actual plot Also a romance between pseudo siblings has no place in a book about family I m sorry I just don t want it I really really wouldn t recommend this book It was cringey and boring and just all over the place Turns out pretty writing can t fix everything For example even though the writing was nice there were still many many many passages that had me rolling my eyes into the back of my skull Surprise surprise you can still say offensive things using clever wording Here are some examples He didn t really want to see her like that another girl clustered with bikini clad friends flashing braces and peace signs on Paradise Island or whatever He wanted to keep alive the idea that she was different He saw boys heads swivel and gawk at the friend as the pair walked by but his shuffly girl was the actual beauty her lovely body hidden under modest clothes She was the kind of pretty only someone as deep as him understood As though her loveliness was something he invented And it just goes on and on If those passages don t turn you off from this book completely I don t know what will

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The Whole Thing Together Download Ð 106 Oss pathsSasha and Ray do connect though by email joking around confiding in one another forming a friendship They've shared so much already what would happen if they met in real life★ Masterful PW Starred★ A continuous consistently engrossing narrative Deeply moving The Bulletin Starred A gorgeous exploration of family secrets and love Teen Vogue You absolutely must read it PopCrus. When I saw Ann Brashares was coming out with a new YA book I was so excited I grew up on the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants books and I was ready for another book that explored family and friendship In the end though I was not a fan of the writing style or characters in this book Sasha and Ray have shared everything pretty much their whole lives They ve shared books sweatshirts toys and even a room Too bad they ve never met Part of a torn family Sasha s dad and Ray s mom were once married but split apart leaving three daughters between them three sisters that Sasha and Ray share They ve managed to stay apart but this summer is going to be different than the rest This summer lives will change and even the smallest decisions will have the biggest impacts Oh man I barely give books a one star but I could not stand this book First thing that just did not mesh with me was how this book was written There are so many characters and such a strange family tree and this story is told in third person omniscient The story switched between characters so often and I had such a hard time connecting with someone since we barely had time with them before we were yanked away to someone else Out of all of them I didn t even have a favorite character I didn t care about anyone and didn t really buy into their loving relationships with one another Since I didn t enjoy any of the characters this book was so hard to get into There was so much time spent on inner monologues and I felt like not a lot of actual character interaction and dialogue happened And some parts I had to reread because I wasn t sure if what happened had actually happened like what happened at the end between Sasha and Ray Did what I think happened happen Because that s just weird and makes no sense at all Once I hit about the halfway mark I found myself skimming through a lot of parts because I just didn t care I was so disappointed that I just couldn t connect with the writing the characters or the story in general There were so many moments that held potential with these characters and the issues they were facing Sadly because there were so many characters these issues could not be fleshed out and it felt very surface level And that ending just didn t mesh with me at all In the end this book just wasn t for me

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The Whole Thing Together Download Ð 106 A gorgeously written novel on love loss and family raves Nicola Yoon the bestselling author of Everything Everything about this novel from the author of the Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants series Two teenagers share the same room on alternating weeks at a shared summer house imagining what it would be like to meet in real life Previously published as The Whole Thing TogetherFor Sasha. 2 stars We live in the same place but never together When I saw that Ann Brashares was coming out with an new YA book I jumped at the chance to read it The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is one of my favorite YA series I remember reading them when I was in college and falling in love with the story and the sisterhood If you go into The Whole Thing Together without these expectations that I had you may enjoy it than I did I expected it to be younger fresh and fun than it was Honestly with the way the story focused on Ray and Sasha s older sisters for the bulk of the book I think personally I would classify this as fiction than YA The story starts off with Ray and Sasha Ray and Sasha are both teenagers who have shared a room their entire life But they ve never officially met one another Once upon a time Ray s mother and Sasha s father were married They had three daughters together then they divorced The one thing they could never settle on was who got their beloved home in Long Island So they share it Each person takes every other week As time went on both got remarried Ray s mother had him and a few weeks later Sasha s parents had her The three older sisters they share have their own rooms but Ray and Sasha always rotated theirs He had the best ualities of an imaginary friend He was patient sympathetic and understanding silently sharing her things and spaces He was never selfish or loud or bullying He never even disagreed with her He was just what she wanted sometimes needed him to be So in that way he was an ideal roommate Ray and Sasha s parts of the story were the parts I liked best Both characters were likable and there were some funny and cute scenes between them I especially loved their emails Dear Ray Could you please withdraw orders to call me Sasha Sasha Then the stories of Emma Maddie and uinn came along I could have done without having the focus of the book being on the entire family I didn t love that it was written in third person and it wasn t clear to me who was who for the longest time I also didn t like how one of the sister s stories ended I thought it was unnecessary and sort of came out of nowhere for me What I will say about this book is once I started it I was hooked I stayed up late to finish it because I was engaged in the lives of Sasha and Ray While there were moments I enjoyed the story sadly I didn t fall in love with the book It was just okay for me