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Reader » Phoebe Will Destroy You ✓ 256 pages Download Ö The summer I was seventeen I met this girlNick has the best of moms and the worst of moms On the upside she’s a distinguished professor and bestselling author On the downside she’s a serious alcoholic with no clue how to relate to her son or husbandNiBandNick meanwhile has finished his junior year and needs a break from his stressful home life What better place to spend the summer than Seaside Oregon a sleepy beach town where he can chill out meet girls and work at his Uncle’s car washEnter lo It felt not necessarily unfinished but lacking in detail I was mostly annoyed the whole time I was reading it view spoilerAlso Nick or whatever his name is; it's hard to remember the narrator has no character growth Phoebe on the other hand despite being the title character is essentially a non character Almost everything we know about her is just in Nick's head Maybe I missed the point but it made me kind of hate Nick how uickly he jumped to conclusions and or less made up an entire person without paying attention to reality There are no compelling reasons for the reader to like or sympathize with Phoebe but I felt bad for her just because of what a jerk unintentionally I think but still a jerk Nick is hide spoiler

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Cal legend Phoebe Garnet She’s funny sexy but dangerously self destructive Suddenly Nick is in love obsessed heartsick than he’s ever been in his lifeWhy does Nick love her so much? Will he survive this obsession? And who can he turn to for help Nick rushes from an imploding home life straight into the trenches of your first real love the love that makes you do things you don't think throughthe kind of love that makes you dream about the life you and your object of affection will have even if you are only 17 years old Nick falls in love with Phoebethe mysterious dangerous maybe an alcoholic girl that everyone knows but no one knows My favorite part of this book was seeing Nick grow up in ways that only love can make you grow Thanks to Simon Schuster for the ARC

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Phoebe Will Destroy You The summer I was seventeen I met this girlNick has the best of moms and the worst of moms On the upside she’s a distinguished professor and bestselling author On the downside she’s a serious alcoholic with no clue how to relate to her son or hus An ARC was provided by Edelweiss and the publisher in exchange for an honest reviewMaybe it was better to forget some people completelyAlright before I start this off this was not a bad book It wasn't the most interesting or uniue novel I've ever read but it wasn't a poor or weak read However I've got some issues with it so I'm going to use my favorite tool in the whole worldA classic classy pros and cons listPros I enjoyed the main character ? and his friends and family This book had a relaxed but realistic grasp on familial relationships and budding friendships I will always be a sucker for the spending the summer somewhere new because I need time away from home troupe It's so overused recently but I love it anyway Fight me on this Unlike many many YA authors it's clear that Blake Nelson actually understands the reality of small town life It's boring it's usually sweaty and almost always the locals make their own fun because there isn't anything else to do There was no romanticization about small towns in here and that was nice This was just an easy pleasant bookCons it's pretty much one big thing This book is called Phoebe Will Destroy You yet Phoebe is in this book for like twenty pages total And she doesn't come in for a while So yeah That's a bit offputting And when she does she doesn't do much? I'm not going to say much else because spoilers but I would just like to reiterate that the character the book is titled after is in the book for like three chapters Okay Don't let me rant deter you from reading this if you've had your eye on it It's a good book but nothing like what the title and summary lead you to believe