“To all the boys I’ve loved before” series by Jenny Han


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So 2017 comes and — “To all the boys I’ve loved before” series comes to an end. It was a wonderful journey all throughout the series.

I remember instantly falling in love after reading the first page of book 1 (Like super instantly–that fast). Unlike other books, I wanted to finish it right away. It is literally the kind of book you don’t wanna stopped reading, you don’t wanna put aside, and even if you do (you have to work and to stuffs), it’s like the whole book runs through your head the whole day.

It started out as something classic–writing letters, which will definitely make you feel like “I should have written something like this before”. Well, Lara Jean (book’s main character) is used to making love letters for her crushes, but instead of sending it, she keeps it in her hatbox (supposedly for good). Then one day her hatbox went missing and all her letters (5 letters) where sent to each of her crushes years ago (classic!).

Then it gets complicated with this 5 recipients of the letters, since one is a hot guy in the campus (who is in love with his pretty-chic-ex-gf), and another one is her sister’s ex boyfriend.

One of the greatest part of this series is the relationship between the Song sisters (their deceased mother is Korean). The story talks about adjustment in the family, their difficulty living without a mother, going to college, and their bond as sisters (3 of them). You will also fall in love with Kitty, the youngest and probably the wittiest of them all. She brings so much humor in the whole series.

I’m not gonna spoil you with anything anymore, but this is gonna get 10/10 for me.

“It feel strange to have spent so much time wishing for something, for someone, and then suddenly, to just stop.”- Lara Jean, To All The Boys I’ve Loved Before

“I know now that I don’t want to love or be loved in half measures. I want it all, and to have it all, you have to risk it all.” -Lara JeanP.S. I Still Love you

“Never say no when you really want to say yes.” -Stormy, Always and Forever, Lara Jean

P.S. To my Peter Kavinsky who bought me my third book. I love you, always and forever. *hugs and kisses*

 

 

 

 

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