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99 Days di [Cotugno, Katie]
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“This book will appeal to fans of E. Lockhart’s The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau Banks (Hyperion, 2008), offering complex characters, plot twists, and an insightful look at society’s double standards.” (School Library Journal)

“A thought-provoking story...[that] explores the powerful bonds that arise between childhood friends who grow up to discover romance” (Publishers Weekly)

“Molly’s a totally engaging, multi-faceted character…A fascinating story of adolescent love and betrayal.” (Kirkus Reviews)

A complicated, compelling summer romance…and a whole lot of kissing make[s] this one to stick in the beach bag.” (Bulletin of the Center for Children’s Books)

Praise for HOW TO LOVE: “There are those novels, once in a spectacular blue moon, that just feel perfect. HOW TO LOVE is that book. Perfect.” (Carolyn Mackler, winner of the Printz Honor and bestselling author of THE FUTURE OF US)

Praise for HOW TO LOVE: “HOW TO LOVE is epic. I crushed so hard on this book. A roller coaster ride with all the euphoric highs and the stomach-dropping lows of falling in love. The writing is as beautiful as the love story. I adored it!” (Siobhan Vivian, author of THE LIST)

Praise for HOW TO LOVE: “A vibrant, sparkling narrative of first love and second chances - will remind you that love isn’t ever easy, but falling for a great story is.” (Entertainment Weekly)

Praise for HOW TO LOVE: “[In this] confident’s impossible not to root for the two of them to beat the odds.” (Publishers Weekly)

Praise for HOW TO LOVE: “Cotugno’s debut ambitiously, and intriguingly, follows a couple who fall in love twice, over two different time periods.” (Booklist)

Praise for HOW TO LOVE: “Readers looking for a story of whirlwind passion…and a happily-ever-after drive into the sunset will not be disappointed.” (Voice of Youth Advocates (VOYA))

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I told her the worst, most secret, most important thing in my life - and she wrote a bestselling book about it.

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  • Formato: Formato Kindle
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  • Lunghezza stampa: 395
  • Editore: Balzer + Bray (21 aprile 2015)
  • Venduto da: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Lingua: Inglese
  • ASIN: B00M707E1O
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5.0 su 5 stelle 99 Days of Real Life 24 dicembre 2015
Di Kristen Piersa - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
This book was one of the most realistic books I've read. A girl stuck between two brothers, trying to figure out who she loves and trying to deal with making mistakes that lands her into the spotlight. Mistakes that hurts everyone.

Every time something happened, I winced for her. People will say that she's just dumb. I think differently. She's a girl who truly loved the brothers, but it was just either horrible timing or they weren't quite grown up enough to deal with the real problems within the relationship.

For instance, the younger brother she was with for years and years. It seemed inevitable to them that they would be together forever. But the minute she said she wanted to go to college far away, that's when he breaks away. He didn't give her space to explore the possiblity or support her dreams. How can you stay with someone who is too desperate for you to stay with him at all times? That's not healthy.

The other brother, it was just the wrong timing and much more that you'll find out for yourself. But, it was at a time that she was trying to resolve things with the first brother. So it's such a mess.

I felt horribly more for Tess. I didn't want her to lose Tess because she seemed like a great friend. As well as the Donnelly brothers' sister. That just stunk in my opinion. I felt like defending her to Tess because I felt that it was more complicated than it looked.

Man what a great book. I didn't expect the ending. I'm used to there being a happily ever after of a certain kind. This one was totally different. There's no "bad" ending, but just a satisfying conclusion. Although, I do have to admit that I would love to see a sequel to this book to see how the main character evolves in a new city.

I really do hope the author shows us a HEA for her in a second book, no matter who she ends up with. Even if it's not any of the brothers.
3.0 su 5 stelle 99 Days is the most realistic book I've ever read! KJ 14 dicembre 2016
Di Kelly Jackson - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina flessibile Acquisto verificato
99 Days is one of the most realistic books I have read. The novel by Katie Cotugno is about a teenage girl who cheated on her boyfriend,at the time, with his brother. Molly Barlow was a normal teenage girl who not only made a big mistake but ran away from it. She moved to a different school and completely isolated herself. When she finally returns to her hometown things take a turn for the worst. Molly is instantly disrespected, her house is egged, her car is keyed, and to top it off everywhere she goes dirty looks and whispers are thrown her way.
One of the main reasons I love this book is that it is realistic, it is not just some soppy love story. It shows that people can make mistakes and that there are issues in the world. In 99 Days a conversation between Molly and Gabe that really stood out to me it says, “So, what are you doing back here anyway, huh?” Gabe asks. I take a sip of my soda, swat idly at a mosquito hovering near my bare knee. “School’s out,” I tell him, shrugging a bit. “Nowhere to go after graduation. Could run, I guess, but . . .” “Can’t hide,” Gabe finishes” (Cotugno 21). This shows that no matter how big or small a problem is you can’t run away from it, you just have to deal with it head on. I am not a fan of the main character, Molly, because I believe that cheating on someone is the worst thing you could ever do, you make that person think that there is something wrong with them and that they are not good enough. Throughout the story Molly and the Donnelly brothers, Gabe and Patrick, are on a roller coaster. Molly was dating her ex boyfriend, Patrick’s brother, and Patrick is dating her friend. While Patrick and Molly are both in relationships they sneak around behind their partner's back and get together multiple times. Because of the sneakiness with Molly, I feel she didn’t deserve to have either Donnelly brother. She mostly went back and forth between both brothers and that was the main reason I was not totally in love with 99 Day. But overall, I did enjoy 99 Days because of its realism and the truth about a real problem that exists.
3.0 su 5 stelle Let me start by reviewing all the good things and then I will tell you why “99 ... 22 aprile 2016
Di love2dazzle - Pubblicato su
Formato: Formato Kindle Acquisto verificato
“99 Days” by Katie Cotugno is a book that drove my crazy. Let me start by reviewing all the good things and then I will tell you why “99 Days” drove me crazy. I loved the way the chapters are set up in this book. there are 99 chapters for the 99 days that we follow our main character Molly. Molly is returning home for the summer from boarding school. She is dreading it like crazy because she didn’t leave town on good terms. As soon as she got back the rumors started flying again along with the egging of her house and crude notes and whispers.

As the story goes on the reader finds out day by day what happened to make Molly run away to boarding school and then what is currently happening now in the present. I love how Molly is able to tell her story. No one seems to care about Molly’s side of things. Then when Gabe the older brother of Molly’s ex-boyfriend becomes the only person to talk to her in town. Rumors really start to fly. It was something that happened between Molly, Patrick, and Gabe last year.

I don’t want to spill too much, so I am going to talk more about my reaction. I was listening to the audiobook which was good. I loved the narrator and I thought she was really good at narrating the story. The narration kept me entertained to keep up with the book. To be completely honest, the heroine was driving me crazy. Allyson Ryan is so great. She makes the book a lot of fun.

Let’s talk about Molly. I really liked Molly in the beginning of the book. I actually felt really bad for her. I wish that people would treat her differently. Every human makes mistakes and well I didn’t feel like Molly’s peers should keep punishing her. She didn’t deserve what she was getting. BUT…then Molly started making mistakes and this time she knows that what she is doing is wrong. The whole time I am saying “SERIOUSLY MOLLY!!!” Why can’t she figure out that what she is doing is bad. I was so frustrated with her.

Even with all of that, I still wanted Molly to end up with a happy ending and I don’t really know if that really happened too her. I hope that Molly grows up while she is in college. I hope that she makes better choices and I do hope she ends up with the perfect guy. I really want her to have a happy life. I was just disappointed with how the character was written.
3.0 su 5 stelle 99 Problems... 7 febbraio 2016
Di Peach @ Rebelle Reads - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
First of all, this cover is absolutely stunning. If you buy it for anything, do it for the cover. I was astounded to unpackage it and just admire all of the snapshots inside the jacket.


Well, it's not horrible. Really, it isn't. By no means is a Cotugno novel ever horrible, but this cast certainly is. Katie writes like magic. Words spill off the pages like fairytales. I think anyone who's ever read her debut, How to Love, can see that.

Her characters are simply not easy to like. Let's start with Molly, our leading lady, who has just returned to Star Lake after cheating on her boyfriend, Patrick, with his older brother, Gabe. See the problem? She kept this a secret for a whole year until confessing her trysts to her mother, who, in turn, turned it into a best-selling novel. (A+ Mom, right?)

So Molly leaves town in shame to attend an all-girls boarding school, then returns to Star Lake for 99 days until college.

Aaaaaaaaand she's pretty much alienated. By the whole town, but mainly the brothers' sister, Julia, who throughout the novel, egged her house, keyed her car, toilet-papered the yard, and went around, chanting derogatory things.

And what bothered me about all this was Molly never stood up for herself. She just cried. Get over yourself, babe. You know what you did. Julia keyed her car, mind you, and in reality I would file a police report. Molly never even did anything to this chick and Julia was constantly all up on her. Send her some assault papers already. Get a life already, Julia. Please.

The only person who still talks to her is Gabe, her ex-boyfriend's older brother/cheating cohort. At the beginning, he displayed Sawyer-esque attributes, which had me iffy, but he eventually eased into a gentler soul.

Then, Patrick returns to town. With a new girlfriend. Molly silently cried over this. More fun facts are unearthed about his and Molly's relationship. Turns out Patrick was a problematic trash bin. He initiated arguments over pretty much nothing and while he and Molly were on break, she pounced on Gabe. Flash-forward to the present. While Molly is actively pursuing a solid relationship with Gabe, Patrick starts to slowly move in on her and they start a disgusting little affair.

Yeah. Again. But, you know, with a cute reversal.

I guess the answer here is obvious. Affair #2 is found out because Patrick is a nasty slug and the book hints at a reconciliation with Gabe, so I guess she's stuck in the Donnellys' lives forever. Sorry, Julia.

But there were things I liked about this novel. I liked how Molly dealt with her weight gain, how real she was about it. I wish we saw those insecurities more in YA. The food imagery was immense. Seriously, fries. Pizza. Onion rings. Tacos. Oh, God.

Anyway, proceed with caution. Peace.
4.0 su 5 stelle 99 Days 27 aprile 2015
Di sarah brown - Pubblicato su
Formato: Copertina rigida Acquisto verificato
I was a big fan of Katie's previous book How To Love, so when I received a copy of 99 days to review I was over the moon.

I was drawn to the plot of this book immediately, while I'm not a fan of books that feature cheating the idea that the main protagonist Molly cheated on her boyfriend Patrick with his older brother Gabe intrigued me enough to want to pick it up and give it a go.

The one thing I really disliked about the story was the slut shaming, it's like they forgot that it takes two to tango, the amount of harassment and name calling amongst other things was enough to have Molly up and leave for boarding school while Gabe seems to get off scot free, Molly was left to endure all of the lewd and cruel comments alone.

When Molly arrives home the summer before college she counts down the 99 days until she leaves, off to begin her college years, with the relationship with her Mother who is a famous author strained after she wrote a book about the whole Molly, Patrick and Gabe situation, and through an article written about the book everybody in town discovered the secret she and Gabe had hidden, the extremely awkward encounters with Patrick and the hateful attitude directed towards her from her former best-friend and Patrick's twin sister Julia, Molly is left alone, depressed and lonely so she shuts herself away in her room, that is until Gabe arrives home from college, they tentatively begin a romantic relationship and although she finds herself developing feelings for Gabe, she can't stop her thoughts drifting towards Patrick.

But will history repeat itself, will Molly make a serious mistake again and lose the trust of the people she's just started to get to trust her again, torn between two brothers this is one decision that Molly must make once and for all.

A very thought provoking story about the double standards women are still subjected to in society today, a very enjoyable story, I still love How To Love more but I await the next book Katie releases, I really like her writing style and story ideas.
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