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Like You Mean It

  

 Like You Mean It by Trish Edmisten
 Like You Mean It by Trish Edmisten
September 7th 2013

 

For the past four years, Danni Singer’s had a crush on Darren Jacobs. Good-looking, popular, and star catcher of the varsity baseball team, Darren has it all. When a car accident turns his world upside down, Danni finally has the chance to get to know Darren and an unlikely friendship is born. Will they be able to overcome impossible odds or will the obstacles of the accident keep them apart?

 

 

 

I had this book lying around for quite a while now and when randomly choosing something to read this time my finger found it and now I am wondering ….. several things actually but most of all I wonder what I just read ? The plot idea sounded interesing – lets face it otherwise that book would not have ended on my e-reader – but how it turned out to be is another thing.

Especially the age this book is written for because it def. did not feel as if it was written for the same age the protagonists were supossed to be. If the minds of 17 year olds look like that from the inside I guess I was born old ? (and many others I know too) – it acutally scared me.

Things about timeframe & continuity where bugging me as well as a strange feeling about the PT and “taking care of the mental state” like how the male lead was left to fend for himself without even teachers having an instruction … I am not new to reading novels with a plot that includes disablities but this ? – I will leave it at “I am not sure what i just readt” and I have no problem being the odd one out there …

 

 

 

 

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