Letting Go of Gravity

Letting Go of Gravity

Twins Parker and Charlie are polar opposites. Where Charlie is fearless, Parker is careful. Charlie is confident while Parker aims to please. Charlie is outgoing and outspoken; Parker is introverted and reserved. And of course, there?s the one other major difference: Charlie got leukemia. Parker didn?t. But now that Charlie is officially in remission, life couldn?t be going bet Twins Parker and Charlie are polar opposites. Where Charlie is fearless, Parker is careful. ...

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Title:Letting Go of Gravity
Author:Meg Leder
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Genres:Young Adult
ISBN:Saving Major Tom
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Edition Language:English
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:432 pages pages

Letting Go of Gravity Reviews

  • Carolyn
    Aug 22, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

  • Sara Ohlin
    Sep 05, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

    When Parker graduates, she should be celebrating. As the Valedictorian who is heading to Harvard, her cautious, hardworking attitude seems to have paid off. More important than all that, however, is the fact that her twin brother, Charlie, is finally in remission after suffering from l...

    Thank you Simon Pulse for sending me a finished copy of Letting Go of Gravity to review. Parker and Charlie are twins but they aren't as close as they use to be. Parker is graduating high school as valedictorian and has been accepted into Harvard where she will attend and become a d...

    "That's what friends do- they remind you of who you are underneath all the stuff people believe about you, all the stuff you believe about yourself." Charlie and Parker are twins. During childhood, they always had each other's back. However, they were always two different people; Ch...

    This book is like a warm hug for your heart. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advance reader's copy and I am so glad I did. Letting Go of Gravity is a sweet, emotional read about a high-achieving but anxious girl named Parker and her twin brother Charlie, who has been battli...

    "Em grabs my hand as I watch Charlie swing back to the tree and then out again, like he's flying, and then he whoops, no words, just a scream of pure joy and raw fury, a heart on the outside for everyone to see..." Letting Go of Gravity is, much like it's synopsis states, about a br...

    Beautiful, beautiful book! I adored this book, these characters, the setting, the issues, the imagery, all of it! Parker may be the valedictorian of her class, and she may be going to Harvard in the fall to study medicine and she may be interning during the summer at a hospital, but...

  • Becky
    Jul 12, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

  • Michal Lynn
    Aug 14, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

    When Parker graduates, she should be celebrating. As the Valedictorian who is heading to Harvard, her cautious, hardworking attitude seems to have paid off. More important than all that, however, is the fact that her twin brother, Charlie, is finally in remission after suffering from l...

    Thank you Simon Pulse for sending me a finished copy of Letting Go of Gravity to review. Parker and Charlie are twins but they aren't as close as they use to be. Parker is graduating high school as valedictorian and has been accepted into Harvard where she will attend and become a d...

    "That's what friends do- they remind you of who you are underneath all the stuff people believe about you, all the stuff you believe about yourself." Charlie and Parker are twins. During childhood, they always had each other's back. However, they were always two different people; Ch...

    This book is like a warm hug for your heart. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advance reader's copy and I am so glad I did. Letting Go of Gravity is a sweet, emotional read about a high-achieving but anxious girl named Parker and her twin brother Charlie, who has been battli...

    "Em grabs my hand as I watch Charlie swing back to the tree and then out again, like he's flying, and then he whoops, no words, just a scream of pure joy and raw fury, a heart on the outside for everyone to see..." Letting Go of Gravity is, much like it's synopsis states, about a br...

  • Jenni Frencham
    Apr 20, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

  • KristynRene The Hype Queen of Books
    May 16, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

  • Nicole
    Jun 15, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

  • Rayna
    Jun 12, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

  • Alexandra
    Aug 02, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

    When Parker graduates, she should be celebrating. As the Valedictorian who is heading to Harvard, her cautious, hardworking attitude seems to have paid off. More important than all that, however, is the fact that her twin brother, Charlie, is finally in remission after suffering from l...

    Thank you Simon Pulse for sending me a finished copy of Letting Go of Gravity to review. Parker and Charlie are twins but they aren't as close as they use to be. Parker is graduating high school as valedictorian and has been accepted into Harvard where she will attend and become a d...

    "That's what friends do- they remind you of who you are underneath all the stuff people believe about you, all the stuff you believe about yourself." Charlie and Parker are twins. During childhood, they always had each other's back. However, they were always two different people; Ch...

    This book is like a warm hug for your heart. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advance reader's copy and I am so glad I did. Letting Go of Gravity is a sweet, emotional read about a high-achieving but anxious girl named Parker and her twin brother Charlie, who has been battli...

    "Em grabs my hand as I watch Charlie swing back to the tree and then out again, like he's flying, and then he whoops, no words, just a scream of pure joy and raw fury, a heart on the outside for everyone to see..." Letting Go of Gravity is, much like it's synopsis states, about a br...

    Beautiful, beautiful book! I adored this book, these characters, the setting, the issues, the imagery, all of it! Parker may be the valedictorian of her class, and she may be going to Harvard in the fall to study medicine and she may be interning during the summer at a hospital, but...

    4/5** Full review here: https://www.allcharacterswanted.com/b... The synopsis of this book really captured my interest; a contemporary novel dealing with the aftermath of cancer, anxiety, and a protagonist on the cusp of the next step in her life appealed to me on a lot of levels...

  • Patty
    Dec 09, 2016

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

  • Stephanie
    Jul 26, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

    When Parker graduates, she should be celebrating. As the Valedictorian who is heading to Harvard, her cautious, hardworking attitude seems to have paid off. More important than all that, however, is the fact that her twin brother, Charlie, is finally in remission after suffering from l...

    Thank you Simon Pulse for sending me a finished copy of Letting Go of Gravity to review. Parker and Charlie are twins but they aren't as close as they use to be. Parker is graduating high school as valedictorian and has been accepted into Harvard where she will attend and become a d...

    "That's what friends do- they remind you of who you are underneath all the stuff people believe about you, all the stuff you believe about yourself." Charlie and Parker are twins. During childhood, they always had each other's back. However, they were always two different people; Ch...

  • Emily
    Jun 14, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

  • Forever Young Adult
    Jul 29, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

  • Mandy
    Jul 19, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Jul 05, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

  • Kristen
    Oct 29, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

  • Brooke
    Jul 11, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

  • Jennifer Y.
    Jul 27, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

  • sydney smith
    Aug 23, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

  • Rachael
    Jul 15, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

    When Parker graduates, she should be celebrating. As the Valedictorian who is heading to Harvard, her cautious, hardworking attitude seems to have paid off. More important than all that, however, is the fact that her twin brother, Charlie, is finally in remission after suffering from l...

    Thank you Simon Pulse for sending me a finished copy of Letting Go of Gravity to review. Parker and Charlie are twins but they aren't as close as they use to be. Parker is graduating high school as valedictorian and has been accepted into Harvard where she will attend and become a d...

  • Lindsey (Lindseyybooks) Swindlehurst
    Sep 04, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

  • Teenreadsdotcom
    Jul 18, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

    When Parker graduates, she should be celebrating. As the Valedictorian who is heading to Harvard, her cautious, hardworking attitude seems to have paid off. More important than all that, however, is the fact that her twin brother, Charlie, is finally in remission after suffering from l...

  • noor
    Aug 11, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

  • Kayla
    Jul 17, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

  • Tasiah Corp
    Nov 12, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

  • Lindsi (Do You Dog-ear?)
    Aug 17, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

  • Paige D
    Nov 06, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

  • Shannon Kelly
    Jun 04, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

    Well that was a fast yet meh read. I don't think I wanted to read this in the first place but I did and I don't regret it, I just didn't enjoy it. ...

    what a beautiful book. what a beautiful heartbreaking yet heartwarming story, that teaches us how to fly. "And I'm floating in a most peculiar way, And the stars look very different today" ...

    Thanks to Simon & Schuster Canada for sending me this ARC, which I won in a Goodreads giveaway! So so good. I finished this in two late nights of reading because I just couldn't put it down. There were so many life issues and feelings packed into this book, and they were all wri...

    4.5 "What would it be like to do something not because you had to, but just because you wanted to?" Letting Go of Gravity starts with a story of a gravity girl and a helium girl that grandma used to tell twins Charlie McCullough and Parker McCullough. This story represented Ch...

    Leder, Meg. Letting Go of Gravity. Simon Pulse, 2018. Charlie and Parker are twins, but that's where their similarities end. Charlie has had leukemia twice and is now in remission, although he has one more year of high school to finish. Parker has just graduated first in her class, ...

    I haven't felt this on top of things since I was preparing my early-decision application for Harvard. Back then, I had to make sure every piece of the application machine was ready to do its part: SATs, recommendations, extracurriculars. Now it's making sure all of my lies are in plac...

    When Parker graduates, she should be celebrating. As the Valedictorian who is heading to Harvard, her cautious, hardworking attitude seems to have paid off. More important than all that, however, is the fact that her twin brother, Charlie, is finally in remission after suffering from l...

    Thank you Simon Pulse for sending me a finished copy of Letting Go of Gravity to review. Parker and Charlie are twins but they aren't as close as they use to be. Parker is graduating high school as valedictorian and has been accepted into Harvard where she will attend and become a d...

    "That's what friends do- they remind you of who you are underneath all the stuff people believe about you, all the stuff you believe about yourself." Charlie and Parker are twins. During childhood, they always had each other's back. However, they were always two different people; Ch...

    This book is like a warm hug for your heart. I was lucky enough to get my hands on an advance reader's copy and I am so glad I did. Letting Go of Gravity is a sweet, emotional read about a high-achieving but anxious girl named Parker and her twin brother Charlie, who has been battli...

  • Eden Smith
    Aug 22, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...

    I NEED IT. ...

    ?I like thinking of time that way?that it?s a little more fluid in Spanish. Like maybe to start thinking about the future, you need to think about the possibility in the right now, you know?? Okay, so I originally read and reviewed this book for a blog tour (you can find my ...

    Originally posted at: bickeringbooks.wordpress.com/2018/07/... Summary: Charlie and Parker are twins that are complete opposites. Charlie is carefree while Parker is anxious. Charlie is the popular life of the party while Parker is the studious valedictorian. Charlie had leukemia an...

    This book gave me all the feels! I laughed out loud, I ugly-cried, I had moments of fear, anger and frustration. Thank you, Meg Leder, for sharing this beautiful story and it's characters with the world. You have an amazing gift and talent for creating a bond between reader and charact...

    Parker McCullough has just graduated as valedictorian of her class, but the moment is bittersweet. Instead of her twin brother, Charlie, sitting with the rest of their graduating class he is nowhere to be seen. It is a bittersweet day for him as well, as all of his friends and his ...

    Letting Go of Gravity was an unexpected surprise...I mean that in a good way, I promise. I was a little worried I?d be a sobbing mess by the end of the story after reading the blurb and considering the subject matter, but surprisingly I smiled as much as I cried reading this one, if ...

    There are some books that are fun. Then, there are some books you need. I needed this book. I got the ARC at YALLWest in the hurried frenzy that is "idk that cover looks nice" and "I don't know what I'm in line for except that it's a book," which means I went into this with no pr...

    I received this as an EARC from netgelly for an honest review. I gave this a 4/5 stars. I did not expect this book to pack such a punch like it did but I'm glad it did. The story was written beautifully and I cried a lot. The only problem I had was that I hated Charles character and it...

    Graded By: Rosemary Cover Story: Put a Bird On It BFF Charm: Yay Swoonworthy Scale: 8 Talky Talk: School of Sarah Dessen Bonus Factor: Mysterious Loner Dude Relationship Status: Just My Type Read the full book report here. ...

    This book is a great example of the classic expression,follow your heart. Parker is all caught up in trying to save her brother she never thinks about what she wants for herself and what her brother wants for her. There are many tough decisions along the way and many hard moments for h...

    This is a great book!!!! Recommended! Just has a lot of swearing in the book, but overall a good book! ...

    A real, thought provoking book about what it means to find yourself without someone or something else. 15/10 would recommend. ...

  • Caroline
    Jul 21, 2018

    Rating: 4.5 Stars Parker and her twin bother, Charlie, were once very close, but Charlie's cancer became a wedge, which slowly, but surely, pushed them apart. One of the things I really loved about this book was Leder's exploration of how Charlie's cancer affected the whole famil...

    *I am participating in the blog tour for this book - I received an e-ARC for that, but it didn't change my opinion for it at all!* 4.5 crowns Wow. Okay, tbh, I picked this book because I thought it would be a nice fluffy read about twins and, like, idk twin things? I thought ther...

    4.5 stars. This book gave me so much more than I expected, and even if I hated the snitch main character a lil bit, i still enjoyed the story. Also: it made me cry a LOT more than I wanted to? Might have just been hella emotional at the time of the reading, but I was always tearing up ...

    Edelweiss granted me this ARC in exchange for an honest review. And honest is what I will offer you. DNF at 1/3 of the book, 1.5/5 Stars. September 5th, 2016 I lost my twin brother in a car wreck. I know what the literal loss of a twin feels like. The ins and outs of grief. I who...

    The only reason this book is getting 2 stars, is because of Ruby. I could not stand Charlie in this book! Every time he said something rude or mean to Parker, it made me VERY uncomfortable. There was no reason for him to act like such a jerk. I think this book was hard for me t...