GOING TOO FAR JENNIFER ECHOLS BOOK

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Going Too Far book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO? All Meg has ever wanted is to get away. raudone.info: Going Too Far (): Jennifer Echols: Books. Title: Going too Far. Author: Jennifer Echols. Genre: YA – Romance. Publisher: MTV Publishing Date: March 17, Paperback: pages.


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Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. Going Too Far was a finalist in the RITA, the National Readers' Choice Awards, and the Book downloader's Best, and was nominated by the American Library. Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols - HOW FAR WOULD YOU GO? All Meg has ever wanted is to get away. Away from high school. Away from her backwater town.

A torrent of different emotions, this book, yes oh yes. And I loved it.

I am more hungry than ever to get my hands on future Jenn Echols works and want to congratulate her on a truly wonderful read that made me travel a gamut of emotions and invest in her tremendously real characters. I love a protagonist with sass and Meg has it in boatloads. But she is also complex and intelligent and there is so much pain and history behind her sarcasm and her blue hair that you can't help but fall in love with her.

It's completely believable to have them get each other. To have them fall in love, even.

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There are so many books where relationships are handled shabbily; the girl and the guy meet, think the other is hot and decide, at the end of the book, that they should go out. It's not like this at all in Going Too Far. In the span of the week that the book takes place over, it's easy to see their relationship build as you read page after page. The thing that had me mainly hooked was Jennifer Echols' writing.

It was fast paced, detailed, and addicting. Basically, it was everything a good book should be.

I love her brutal honestly and yet her hidden fear that drove her Overall: Read it. Going Too Far is a wonderful and deep book.

I didn't want it to end.

Going Too Far

I would definitely recommend this; it is now one of my top favorite stand-alone novels. It was addicting. Every time I set the book down I actually had trouble adjusting to the fact that I did not in fact know Meg and John, and I could not attempt to comfort them. Which may or may not mean I'm crazy, but I'm hoping it's just because Jennifer is such an amazing writer.

I can't wait to read more of her books! The chemistry and banter between Meg and John Officer After could keep me reading for probably a 1, pages. It was an absolute pleasure to read. I couldn't get enough of it.

Yingling Reads "I stayed up late and most likely failed two tests simply because I could not physically put this book down. It was way worth it though. She is full of rage and hurt, yet is so beautifully vulnerable that I found myself cheering for her and hoping that her story would end happily. Her transformation is inspiring and she is the perfect example as to why we should never judge a book by its cover--because she is so much more than what her hard exterior would have you believe.

Who was never leaving this town. Drugs, drinking, rebellion and sex were a regular part of her teenage life.

Yet discovering what put her there, and exactly who was pulling her out, certainly gave the overall story a more contemporary, adult edge. That, combined with the easy-to-read writing style, and a captivating story progression, certainly held my attention. It was just right.

And… definitely the forbidden aspect of the story that teased me throughout. I admit it.

It was that. Over their spring break, they would ride along with cops, EMT and Firefighters for a week. It was either that or juvi. And despite her extreme aversion to law enforcement, she was the lucky one to ride along with HIM for the week.

Book Review – Going Too Far by Jennifer Echols

This does NOT go there, right? There are… circumstances… and well.

It certainly keeps that forbidden edge front row and center, but tastefully handled. Mind you, I did question a certain… something. And anyway, this young cop has his own issues to deal with, and maybe his ride-along buddy can help him come to grips, too. Very good read, highly recommended, and I just wish it was longer.

Loved John After, my very first book crush!!! I have a feeling, Sabrina, that I shall be reading all of her stuff.

I hear she is coming out with an adult book next year. Wow loved your review Maryse! It was such a ruch, this one caught my eyes because of the story. Because well… there is only YA books with supernatural or high school as the background story. But not this one. So i thought it was something different about it.

And i really liked. I so want to read more of her stuff! This is the slowest read ive ran into since i started back reading this year…im trying to get through it…pray for me..

But when I received this recommendation by Rebecka, I knew I was in the mood to give it a try: Haha Sabrina: But overall? Most reacted comment. Hottest comment thread.I am more hungry than ever to get my hands on future Jenn Echols works and want to congratulate her on a truly wonderful read that made me travel a gamut of emotions and invest in her tremendously real characters.

Then I was reading, flipping pages, being sucked by Echols' writing-even though I had felt kinda lost in the beginning, not because of the development of the story, but because of my own English knowledge, and in only a few pages I was already acquainted. Harry Potter. To have them fall in love, even. Would it really be required or even allowed for an 18 year old girl who is having difficulties with the authorities to spend all night, every night, alone with a male police officer who is not much older than her?

I think you should give it a try.

But overall she was just annoying. I can tell you that southerners aren't that dumb. The romantic tension? She's unnerved to find that not only is he a few years older than she is and that they once had class together - but also that she's falling for him.

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