To all the boys I've loved before

Author: Jenny Han

About the book:

When Lara Jean writes, she never holds back. she'll write like they'll never read it, because they won't. Every thought or careful observation saved up inside of her is all spilled on a letter. when she finishes, she seals it, labels it, and puts it tucked away in her teal hatbox. All is going as planned until the letters get sent out to all the boys she's loved before.

She still loves Josh.

"P.S. I still love you.

I still love you and that's a really huge problem for me and it's also a really huge surprise. I swear I didn't know. All this time, I thought I was over it. How could I not be, when it's Margot you love? It's always been Margot..."

Margot's going off to college.

"I don't see why you had to break up," I say. "Just 'cause you're going to college doesn't mean you have to break up." "Lara Jean, I'm going to Scotland, not UVA. Saint Andrews is nearly four thousand miles away." She showed no emotion for having just breaking Josh's heart.

Lara Jean gets in a car accident.

"Everything is going so well that I take the shortcut way instead of the highway way. I cut through the side neighborhood, and even as I'm doing it, I'm wondering if this was such a great ides. After a couple of minutes things aren't looking so familiar, and I realize I should have taken a left instead of a right. I push down the panic that's rising in my chest and I try to backtrack. There's a four-way stop sign. I don't see anyone, so I zip ahead. I don't even see the car on my right; I feel it before I see it."

An interview with the author, Jenny Han.

Book title: To All The Boys I've Loved Before

Author: Jenny Han

Reviewer: Emily Espinosa

To me this book is perfection so far. I knew from the moment I saw it on the shelf that I had to have it. It's a book that shows heartbreak, drama, happiness, and all things teen. I feel like I can relate to this book more than any other book I've ever read.

From Margot's mature, mother-figure personality, to Kitty's foolish, stubborn attitude, and Lara Jean's dramatic, complicated yet exciting life. This book has me stuck to every page so far. I'm sure I could read this book over and I haven't even come close to finishing it.

This is the type of book that's realistic and relatable. It's a very interesting, fun, tragic book to keep you coming back.

Emily Espinosa, Period 1.