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I recommend it heartily, but with one dire warning: Will, where do I start with him? Not That Kind Of Girl.

A lot of readers expressed disappointment over a certain controversial scene towards the end of the novel, view spoiler [ Hudson not participating in the competition hide spoiler ] but to me, that scene felt the most realistic out of anything else in the book.

The possibility of saeah getting out of Watonka.

She’s probably worse than a back-stabbing one, because she’s of the kind that walks away, cuts you out of her life without even telling you why, and you start wondering if you were even friends to begin with. Me thinks Hudson has bad taste in friends.


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Dani was a great source of humor through the story. Nov 23, Laurence R. Don’t have a Kindle? And, since boys will be boys, it gets pretty entertaining.

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Not at all good. Maybe if you stopped trying so hard to escape, you’d see some of the good stuff, too. Sarah Ockler, however, with her magnificent setting and through her lovely descriptive writing, has me craving a blizzard out here in Arizona.

View More by This Author. And are they really her dreams or is she feeling nostalgic for her seemingly perfect past? The Fine Art of Pretending. I understand the general disappointment that comes with that scene, but more than that, I understand it and admire Ockler for writing it as it is instead of glossing over it or providing us with unrealistic details of skating champions. She’s a funny and reliable narrator, and I loved being in her head for the story.

It made me want to get back out there because I have truly missed it!

I was looking forward to that scene! Picture me thoroughly charmed because I liked all of them. Amazon Inspire Digital Educational Resources.

I have a feeling that Bittersweet will be one of those books that people read in very different ways. I think of rolling waves and lovely bookstores and sea glass. Check out my youtube channel: That girl is just really funny and hilarious.


Furthermore, there was an obvious dearth of Josh and Hudson scenes. Another thing about this I loved: Hudson is a special case because she is shunned by a select group – serious ice skaters – but that feeling of aloneness, of not being listened to coughBethcough is one a lot of teens will accept without thought. It’s aggravating, especially since the book is all from Hudson’s perspective.

View all 6 comments. Yes, I know, I watch a lot of skating movies: Buy the eBook Price: Sports, baking, school, family – main character Hudson Avery is a well-rounded, personable, real, dimensional character and one I enjoyed reading even for more than three hundred fifty pages. Sep 07, Nomes rated it really liked it Shelves: Thirdly, there’s hockey boys. He’s human and understandable, even if I wanted him gone long before the book ended.