I decided that Nicole lives in Apartment 1, right in the curved part with the window boxes. The slang terms were totally out of hand. The whole thing is romantic. That was back before the sculpture garden. That's because in order to live in Rhiannon's house, you need like a trillion dollars.
Here's a hint Susane Colasanti: Boys do not think and act the same as girls. Really, what was the point of this? They may also gain perspective on how one action can have very different consequences for people. Everything about Take Me There ticks all my boxes, alternative perspectives, realistic characters and wonderful writing. Teens who are dealing with their own problems will benefit from the hopeful resolution of this story. Reader reviewed by the book muncher Rhiannon, Nicole, and James are three friends in New York City three friends with problems. There were moments when Rhiannon and Nicole kind of blurred together, but each of them had their own personal issues that did separate them.
I reccomend this book to any teanage girl looking for a realistic novel to be able to relate to. My three favorite potential movie scenes are: 1. This was one of the cutest books I've ever read. James was better, almost normal, but that was it. There's Rhianon, heartbroken and hopeless after a sud My friend Debbie and I discovered Susane on wandering around Amazon. Sadly, Take Me There didn't possess that quality. Nicole is her own kind of person.
Where the people in her life have used their position of authority in a bad way. Nicole realizes that Sheila is being physically abused by her boyfriend and is able to get her some professional help. I'm stoked that Crumbs keeps expanding and can now be found in several cities. He was able to imagine that window just by reading the book, even though the window is never mentioned. But just be warned: You will hear the same day three times, just by different people's perspectives. It's average, but it's still a fun read.
But in the end, will they discover what they truly want? Add all of this to the everyday drama and demands of high school and follow these three friends through one life altering week. About Take Me There Romance and revenge from the atuthor of the City Love trilogy. Through heartbreak and some tough times James and Rhiannon find love with in each other. The West Village is an expensive neighborhood, but I love the energy so freaking much. There is nothing that I didn't like about this book, and I recommend it to anyone looking for a good, heartwarming read. The idea of alternating perspectives is interesting, but I have two issues with it: 1 All three characters basically sounded the same. Plus, she makes up with chemistry between the characters Sorry, it's been awhile since I've finished the books so I can't remember the names.
That was a huge relief. I love the friendships in this story. It's through her interactions with her friends that she is finally able to acknowledge the abuse and start to get on with her life. I like the glittery way sunlight reflects on the water. Weve all been dumped, so well all be able to relate to Rhiannon and Danny and James the dumpees.
One character would explain something in greater detail or pick-up on something that the other character would not. This story of romance and friendship, new love and old wounds is told in three distinct voices, gracefully woven together. This book is from the perspective of three characters: Rhiannon, Nicole, and James. Although I liked When It Happens better, I still loved Take Me There. Nicole is the best friend who will always help you up when you're down, but will never accept your help, and Rhiannon is the smart, organized, super nice girl in all of your classes. For me I thought Nicole was like a spare wheel and her story seemed the smallest of problems as it didn't really relate to Rhiannon or James, whereas their problems did. Like you'd hear the same d This book surprised me.
The best part about Colasanti books are the genuine voice of adolescence in them. And the third character is James who is like Rhiannons other best friend and always there for her. Clearly Susane is not only a writer, but she also has a visual and audio grasp on the storyline, making up music playlists that correspond with her novels and writing scenes that would work well on the big screen. I finished it like two or three days ago and I already have forgotten the plot keys so I'll be very vague. So, if youre a softy at heart and like reading about romance, youll love Take Me There. On one hand, it was repetitive.
I think I'm avoiding them for a while. What teenager would willingly do that? Maybe if Nicole's prob While Take Me There is written in the same honest tone Colasanti's readers have gotten so used to, there's just something a bit off about the whole thing. Eventually, the characters grew on me and, in the span of only a week, they grew as well! But I just felt like the execution of the story was lacking, and it could have had more emotion. James, her best friend, is busy trying to console her and his girlfriend dumps him because he tends to put Rhiannon before their relationship and although James doesn't like being dumped, he's also a bit relieved by the breakup. Even if it means doing something entirely out of character to show him just how much he means to her.