Robyn Schneider

The Beginning of Everything

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Robyn Schneider's The Beginning of Everything is a witty and heart-wrenching teen novel that will appeal to fans of books by John Green and Ned Vizzini, novels such as The Perks of Being a Wallflower, and classics like The Great Gatsby and The Catcher in the Rye.
Varsity tennis captain Ezra Faulkner was supposed to be homecoming king, but that was before—before his girlfriend cheated on him, before a car accident shattered his leg, and before he fell in love with unpredictable new girl Cassidy Thorpe.
As Kirkus Reviews said in a starred review, “Schneider takes familiar stereotypes and infuses them with plenty of depth. Here are teens who could easily trade barbs and double entendres with the characters that fill John Green's novels.”
Funny, smart, and including everything from flash mobs to blanket forts to a poodle who just might be the reincarnation of Jay Gatsby, The Beginning of Everything is a refreshing contemporary twist on the classic coming-of-age novel—a heart-wrenching story about how difficult it is to play the part that people expect, and how new beginnings can stem from abrupt and tragic endings.
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    syahrikashared an impression5 years ago
    💡Learnt A Lot
    🌴Beach Bag Book

    It was good, page turning even. Yet it was too simple no grand surprise. The kind of book "is that all..?" When you finished it

    Eazeshared an impression5 years ago
    👍Worth reading

    Couldnt stop deading

    pandamandashared an impression5 years ago
    💡Learnt A Lot

    Recommended for Tumblr and John green fans
    Major spoiler warning

    The dog dies


    Verónica Citlalihas quoted6 years ago
    The funny thing about gold is how quickly it can tarnish.
    Ren Mengkouyhas quoted7 years ago
    SOMETIMES I THINK that everyone has a tragedy waiting for them, that the people buying milk in their pajamas or picking their noses at stoplights could be only moments away from disaster. That everyone’s life, no matter how unremarkable, has a moment when it will become extraordinary—a single encounter after which everything that really matters will happen.
    My friend Toby came down with a bad case of tragedy the week before w
    katherinesandthas quoted7 years ago
    The news reports said that a fourteen-year-old boy from Japan was decapitated on the Thunder Mountain Railroad when he disregarded the posted safety warnings. What the news reports didn’t say was how the kid’s head sailed backward in its mouse-ear hat like some sort of grotesque helicopter, and how Toby Ellicott, on his twelfth birthday, caught the severed head and held on to it in shock for the duration of the ride.

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