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kindle Ü Emmy Oliver Û 352 pages Ò insolpro ò ❰Reading❯ ➶ Emmy Oliver Author Robin Benway – Insolpro.co.uk Emmy’s best friend Oliver reappears after being kidnapped by his father ten years ago Emmy hopes to pick up their relationship right where it left off Are they destined to be togethR connection has never been severed But is their story still written in the stars? Or are their hearts like the pieces of two different puzzles impossible to fit together?Readers who love Sarah Dessen will tear through these pages with hearts in throats as Emmy and Oliver struggle to face the messy confusing conseuences of Oliver’s father’s crime Full of romance coming of age emotion and heartache these two eually compelling characters create an unforgettable story See reviews at YA Midnight Reads45 starsI'd firstly like to point out that Emmy Oliver is a really misleading title While the title screams a romance dominated story I would say it's anything but that Sure there is a hella adorable romance but at it's core Benway's story is one about friendship growing up making your own path in life and importantly family Sometimes love isn't something you say it's something you doAt it's surface this book is about Oliver who is finally found 10 years later after being kidnapped by his father at the age of seven And now he's trust back into his hometown and surrounded by these people that he has no recollection of but everyone seems to remember him And in particular Emmy Emmy and Oliver used to be the bestest of friends when they were younger they share a birthday and are next door neighbours and while Emmy wants to go back to how they used to be she isn't sure that's possible since they're both not the same people they were 10 years agoI fell in love with Emmy almost instantly She's grown up for the past 10 years with a leash held ever so tightly by her parents since Oliver disappeared And all she wants to do is follow her own dreams and make up her own mind Surf go to the college of her choice She's undeniably independent and also a wonderful friend I loved how thoughtful she was but also sarcastic and embarrassingly awkward at the same time After 10 years of not seeing her childhood best friend and the first thing that she does? Pokes her tongue out and crosses her eyes Honestly what's not to love?The world continues to spin even when we want it to stop I thought Especially thenI really appreciated how this book highlights the importance of friendship Despite Oliver disappearing Emmy has always had Caro Caroline and Drew They're both wonderfully complex characters that are each explored with so much detail I feel like I know them enough to be my best friends I seriously ADORED their dynamic and it's one I envy No jokeI think this book deserves an award for just how brilliant family is portrayed here And not just Emmy and Oliver's families But also Drew's and Caroline's Family is never going to be perfect and that's why it is so special I think it's about dealing with each other's shit fighting and arguing but still caring for each other at the same time I think it's about loving each other for the good and the bad and the worst parts So thank you Robin Benway for such an honest reflection of what it can really be likeMom I groaned covering my eyes with my hand People don't really date any they just I don't know hang out togetherIs that the same as 'hooking up'? my dad askedOh my God Now I covered my ears with both hands Am I grounded? Can you just ground me? Hearing you two talk about 'hooking up' is cruel and unusual punishmentOf course I cannot finish this review without dedicating part of it to just fangirl over the cuteness that is Emmy and Oliver Their romance takes the backseat in this one and reading it was like cotton candy There's no instalove or stupid drama thank God Also those flashbacks that were inserted every now and again? MY FEEEELS I just felt like jumping into my kindle to be honestI did cry reading this book Surprisingly most of the time it was just because how  sweet and heartfelt  this book was But also sometimes because it was truly heartbreakingEmmy Oliver is a highly important novel that zooms in on all the important things about growing up family friendships and everything in between It's incredibly bittersweet and honest which is effortless in it's storytelling And it's why I know it's a story I'll never forget hugs book Cannot recommend this one highly enough especially if you want to feel all the emotionsThanks HarperTeen for sending me this copy for reviewINITIAL REACTIONTwo of my main reactions while reading this bookand This isn't just a romance book Emmy Oliver brings a lot of focus on family relationships which I absolutely loved And I totally cried at the end Not even crying just full on bawling Full review to come

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Iver needs a moment to figure out his heartHe’d thought all these years that his dad was the good guy He never knew that it was his father who kidnapped him and kept him on the run Discovering it and finding himself returned to his old hometown all at once has his heart racing and his thoughts swirlingEmmy and Oliver were going to be best friends forever or maybe even before their futures were ripped apart In Emmy’s soul despite the space and time between them thei Have you been looking for a non dramatic but yes I did shed some tears emotional teenage girl right here YA contemporary that'll make your face hurt from too much smiling? If you a nodded your head b screamed FUCK YES c gasped or d did all of the above then Emmy Oliver is going to be your next favorite readTo be honest with you I initially thought that this book was going to be full of drama llamas and lyrical writing y'all know I hate those and I've never been happier to have been proven wrongRight off the bat we're introduced to Emmy and her best friends The bond between this group is so strong that you could feel how genuine it was right from the first chapter What I especially love about them is that they have their ups and downs there's this very realistic fight that happens somewhere towards the end of the book but they still remain friends through thick and thinNow their group hasn't been complete since Oliver was kidnapped by his father You might expect their reunion to have been one of the cheesy ones with big hugs andor tears of joy but it was so awkward and realistic and I just loved itRobin Benway did a brilliant job depicting an honest teenager and her relationships with friends family and lover I really found myself empathizing with Emmy and was mentally giving her two thumbs up every time she did something I knew I would do myselfPlus hello awesome romance I may have been expecting some instalove since Emmy and Oliver already knew each other as children but the romance was slow burn and went through a lot of development You're going to love watching their relationship turn from awkward acuaintances to friends and then to something Despite me making it sound like it's a light book it's not I can say this is a calm contemporary but it isn't a light one The characters Oliver especially have their own demons to face Some scenes were heartbreaking and my throat closed up at some point because of all the crying I did Luckily they all have their friends and family which was another strong point of the book to support them and to be there for themI highly recommend Emmy Oliver to any young adult contemporary fan or just anyone who's looking for a uick read with swoons joy and tearsDeadly Darlings | The Social Potato | The Book Geek | Twitter | Instagram

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Emmy OliverEmmy’s best friend Oliver reappears after being kidnapped by his father ten years ago Emmy hopes to pick up their relationship right where it left off Are they destined to be together? Or has fate irreparably driven them apart?Emmy just wants to be in charge of her own lifeShe wants to stay out late surf her favorite beach go anywhere without her parents’ relentless worrying But Emmy’s parents can’t seem to let her grow up not since the day Oliver disappearedOl This is the type of story that could certainly have beneficed of a dual point of view Oliver is a main protagonist and at times it felt like everything revolved around him so I’m really perplexed Why did the author not decide to let him narrate from time to time so we could scrutinize his indiscernible thoughts? He just feels so elusive Emmy is a cute heroine I say cute because she’s not original or uniue or that interesting She’s just nice and lovely and cute It’s enjoyable to have her as a narrator because she’s easy to like but I can’t say she awed me And no her being a great surfer does not make her uniue The author only describes a poor little scene in which she's surfing and her love for it is not detailed I just still don’t know why she loves hitting the waves so much For such a ‘‘heavily’’ themed book it’s pretty easy to read and fast paced It broaches many subjects and themes – forgiveness homosexuality family love and trust – but many are superficial unsubstantial enough For example I really really like the fact that Robin Benway decided to add a gay character in the cast set That’s cool pretty cool But we only get snippets of Drew’s life and whenever he deals with problems we are only introduced to them and then uickly and obligingly returned to Oliver and Emmy’s Because as the title implies it that’s what this book is mainly about Two peopleFor a contemporary read this surprised me I don’t remember reading a story in which a kidnapping such as this one occurs so that’s a plus to Emmy Oliver I also think that the characters are endearing and worth meeting And there’s a beautiful writing style So I’m recommending it It’s worth it