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Big Summer The New York Times Bestselling Author Of The Nothing Short Of Brilliant People Mrs Everything Returns With An Unforgettable Novel About Friendship And Forgiveness Set During A Disastrous Wedding On Picturesque Cape CodSix Years After The Fight That Ended Their Friendship, Daphne Berg Is Shocked When Drue Cavanaugh Walks Back Into Her Life, Looking As Lovely And Successful As Ever, With A Massive Favor To Ask Daphne Hasn T Spoken One Word To Drue In All This Time She Doesn T Even Hate Follow Her Ex Best Friend On Social Media So When Drue Asks If She Will Be Her Maid Of Honor At The Society Wedding Of The Summer, Daphne Is Rightfully Speechless Drue Was Always The One Who Had Everything Except The Ability To Hold Onto Friends Meanwhile, Daphne S No Longer The Same Self Effacing Sidekick She Was Back In High School She S Built A Life That She Loves, Including A Growing Career As A Plus Size Instagram Influencer Letting Glamorous, Seductive Drue Back Into Her Life Is Risky, But It Comes With An Invitation To Spend A Weekend In A Waterfront Cape Cod Mansion When Drue Begs And Pleads And Dangles The Prospect Of Cute Single Guys, Daphne Finds Herself Powerless As Ever To Resist Her Friend S Siren Song A Sparkling Novel About The Complexities Of Female Friendship, The Pitfalls Of Living Out Loud And Online, And The Resilience Of The Human Heart, Big Summer Is A Witty, Moving Story About Family, Friendship, And Figuring Out What Matters Most

About the Author: Jennifer Weiner

Jennifer Weiner is the 1 New York Times bestselling author of seventeen books, including Good in Bed, In Her Shoes, and, most recently, Mrs Everything. Her new novel, Big Summer, is out now A graduate of Princeton University and contributor to the New York Times Opinion section, she lives with her family in Philadelphia Visit her online at JenniferWeiner.com.

10 thoughts on “Big Summer

  1. says:

    JAW DROP.This book will be so difficult to review, and I will tread carefully because of spoilers, but I highly recommend you don t read any reviews, including my own until you pick this up for yourself The less said the bett

  2. says:

    Wow Fat shaming, dangers of social media, frenemies, entertaining, riveting, interesting plot with well developed, impeccable characterization and it s Jennifer brilliant Weiner book There s nothing sayI m all in Two things I adored a

  3. says:

    Even if things don t get better, you can always make them look good on the internet Big Summer is part chick lit, part drama, and part mystery It explores the dynamics of female friendship, body image, and the pretense of social media personas

  4. says:

    My reviews can also be seen at Stars An entertaining, thought provoking, extremely satisfying read Six years ago, nineteen year old, Daphne Berg was out with friends for a night of fun and dancing The night ended with Daphne making a vow to never see h

  5. says:

    3.5 stars I think This book was a ROLLER COASTER I don t want to say too much for fear of spoiling even the tiniest bit, but I went into this book knowing absolutely nothing and about halfway through something COMPLETELY shocking happens that left me having to

  6. says:

    4.5 stars Big Summer , Jennifer Weiner s newest novel, is a thought provoking, poignant exploration of friendship, self esteem, body image, social media, and whether people truly are capable of change.If she s not completely happy, Daphne is at least content with her li

  7. says:

    3.5 starsI would still want to be her friend, because she was everything I wanted to be Six years after the fight and video that ended their friendship, Drue Cavanaugh comes back into Daphne Berg s life Drue is as Blonde, skinny and beautiful as ever and she needs something from

  8. says:

    I won this ARC in a GoodReads Giveaway in exchange for a fair review My thanks to GR, the publisher and the author for this opportunity.This is not my typical go to genre nor do I feel like I am the ideal demographic for this book Even so, I was spellbound from the beginning and finished

  9. says:

    Nobody heard him, the dead man, But still he lay moaning I was much further out than you thought And not waving but drowning.Poor chap, he always loved larkingAnd now he s deadIt must have been too cold for him his heart gave way, They said.Oh, no no no, it was too cold always Still the dead one

  10. says:

    2.5In these dark times, I feel really bad complaining about, and assigning a low rating to, a book by an author whose work even, apparently, this one has given readers desperately needed joy It reminds me of the people on my neighborhood bulletin board app who persist in complaining fervently about relati

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