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twobrokegirlswithbooks · 8 days ago
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jomp bpc: summer
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blankspace16 · 2 months ago
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in-the-stacks · 3 months ago
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Presenting: Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson
http://www.inthestacks.tv/2022/05/jess-the-librarian-take-me-home-tonight-by-morgan-matson
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bibliophilecats · 3 months ago
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April 15 2022: Summer girls
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followtheechoes · 4 months ago
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masterlist of all playlists/mixes found in morgan matson's since you've been gone! screenshots taken directly from the book so please don't come at me about mistakes. if anyone has made these playlists lmk and I'll add the links!
emily's running playlist:
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frank's running playlist (before emily):
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the playlist frank let emily listen to while running while he listened to hers:
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frank's updated running playlist:
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frank's playlist for emily (discovered by accident):
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emily and frank's playlist driving back from south carolina:
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question to the author about playlists:
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librospdfgratismundoepub · 4 months ago
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Amy y Roger: 5.000 kilómetros para enamorarse - Morgan Matson (2022)
Para encontrar el verdadero camino, a veces tienes que perderte… Amy no quiere que llegue el verano. Su madre ha decido mudarse al otro extremo de los Estados Unidos, y ahora Amy tiene que llevar el coche de California a Connecticut. El problema es que, desde la muerte de su padre en un accidente de tráfico, no se siente capaz de ponerse al volante. Y aquí entra Roger, un amigo de la infancia que…
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love-from-lexi · 4 months ago
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morgan matson’s setup always sounds like what 12 year old girls think high school is lik
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olivialoves · 5 months ago
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i'm a hopeless romantic in the worst ways and i would just like to live in a taylor swift song/morgan matson book please.
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unbelievabl · 5 months ago
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katimpossible · 6 months ago
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Ranking all the Morgan Matson Books!
Ranking all the Morgan Matson Books!
Morgan Matson is one of my favorite contemporary YA authors and I’ve read all her books. Sadly, I’ve come to the conclusion that I’m slowly growing out of that age range, especially in the contemporary genre, but since she always used to be an auto-buy author for me, I thought it would be fitting to rank all the Matson novels. I want to make it very clear that this is a subjective list and only…
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aurastella · 7 months ago
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i wondered how anyone could have been so sure about a concept so tenuous and impossible as always that they’d be willing to carve it into a tabletop.
morgan matson, amy & roger’s epic detour
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teenageread · 7 months ago
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Review: The Unexpected Everything
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Synopsis:
Andie had it all planned out. When you are a politician’s daughter who’s pretty much raised yourself, you learn everything can be planned or spun, or both. Especially your future. Important internship? Check. Amazing friends? Check. Guys? Check (as long as we’re talking no more than three weeks).
But that was before the scandal. Before having to be in the same house with her dad. Before walking an insane number of dogs. That was before Clark and those few months that might change her whole life. Because here’s the thing—if everything’s planned out, you can never find the unexpected. And where’s the fun in that?
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Andie had her summer all planned out. Even as her father, Congressman Alexander Walker, had to step down from his position while the investigation was underway, Andie was not going to let her father's demise ruin her summer. She got accepted into the Young Scholar Program at John Hopkins, which was a surefire way to get herself accepted into medical school and pursue her dream of being a doctor. When her one reference letter pulled out at the last minute, thanks to her father’s scandal, Andie is left with a summer of no plans, no jobs, and not even a boyfriend - yet. Seeing an advertisement in her favorite diner asking for an employee, her friends (Toby, Bri, and Palmer) warned her it could be a trick, but Andie went for it and found herself the only employee of Maya and David’s pet walking service, Never interacting with any pet before (besides Miss. Cupcake, but she does not count), Andie finds herself in the summer heat walking dogs as a summer gig. When a new client signs up, Andie finds herself face to face with the guy who owns the largest, and fluffiest dog she ever met. Clark (the guy), was cute, and for Andie the perfect way to spend three weeks of her summer, as Andie was notorious for not dating guys longer than that. When their first date was a disaster, Clark and Andie try again, and Andie realizes that Clark was not just any guy. Opening up about her mom, her new relationship with her dad, and showing Clark off to her friend group, Andie’s summer love might just be the real thing. But with the weeks to September coming in fast, and trouble brewing in the friend group, Andie must hold everything dear to her heart close, as, for someone who does not let her emotion show, it is going to be one emotional firework show to kick off the end of summer.   
Thoughts:
Morgan Matson is the queen of writing summer romance novels that exceed five hundred pages. The story is told from the point of view of Andie, notorious heartbreaker, smiling daughter of the congressman, and one who would do anything for her friends. The story starts off with her father stepping down from his job due to a scandal, which also leads Andie to a job-less and plan-less summer. Like many of Matson’s novels there is no climatic plot, but several stories happening at once, whose plot start and end throughout the story. Where the writing was good, the plot was steady with this no-climax, resulting in some boring bits and a lot that could have been cut out as there were a lot of days of Andie doing little tasks that you really did not need to know about. For characters, Andie is great. She’s a strong, resilient character, who is emotional with her friends, but closed off with boyfriends, and has a strained relationship with her dad. Throughout the story you see Andie changed, from getting to know her dad better, seeing her friend group change, and finally opening up to a guy for real. Andie is extremely closed off about her mom, who died five years ago to cancer, and is someone Andie rarely talks about despite missing her every day. Andie was perfectly fine never being real with a guy until she met Clark who changed everything. Clark for a character is decent, you can tell he loves Andie and is willing to do anything for her, and how he desperately wants her to be real with him. The friend dynamic is the most interesting part of the book, just because there were several people with pretty full personalities who all interacted with each other in different ways. The ending is realistic, which is nice, and its epilogue makes you believe in the best for the characters. Its content is fluffy, cute, and fun, the definition of a perfect summer read, where the characters get themselves into some wacky situations, but everything always turns out just the way you hope.
Read more reviews: Goodreads
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suckerfornew-lit · 8 months ago
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The Unexpected Everything (Morgan Matson)
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daydreamsandplaylists · 8 months ago
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I just finished this short story and truly loved it. Morgan put into words so man emotions I’ve been feeling over the years since selling our house and just over all growing up. Life continues to move forward and I must move with it as much as sometimes I don’t want to. When my life feels unsteady I hold onto the things of the past that make me feel safe. I bring out memories good & bad to remind me of how far I’ve come and that it’s all going to be okay.
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srrybabe · 9 months ago
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mmmm i just finished second chance summer and wow it was rlly good!!! sad that it took me 3 months to finish and id prob liked it 100x more if it didnt take me so long to read but it was rlly good and sad esp the ending. now onto reading the last book i need to of morgan matson's which is amy and roger's epic detour 😎
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readingwhentheworldends · a year ago
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I had a theory--even though I'd never told anyone, not even Kat--that love was about paying attention. It's the one thing you can't buy or fake or make up for at the last minute. So the things that meant the most to me were the little details that told you someone had been paying attention, memorizing your random preferences, letting you know they cared.
Take Me Home Tonight, Morgan Matson
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anintensityofblue · a year ago
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Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson
Take Me Home Tonight by Morgan Matson
It doesn’t feel like summer until a Morgan Matson book is released. Matson has been quintessential summer reading for me since Amy and Roger’s Epic Detour (released 2010), when I first discovered the author. She’s had hit after hit with Second Chance Summer, Since You’ve Been Gone, and Save the Date. Take Me Home Tonight is supposed to be a mash up of Ferris Bueller’s Day Off and Nick and Norah’s…
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