So, what did you think?
If Owen were a friend of mine, his music snobbishness would drive me nuts.
So, while I found Owen to be annoying at best I saw that somehow he worked so well for Annabel, and I was glad to read their story. VanChocStrawberry Apr 2, When Annabel, the youngest of three beautiful sisters, has a bitter falling out with her best friend-the popular and exciting Sophie-she suddenly finds herself isolated and friendless.
But then she meets Owen-a loner, passionate about music and his weekly radio show, and always determined to tell the truth. And when they develop Just listen friendship, Annabel is not only introduced to new music but is encouraged to listen to her own inner voice.
With Owen's help, can Annabel find the courage to speak out about what exactly happened the night her friendship with Sophie came to a screeching halt? I have only read two Sarah Dessen books and I loved, loved, loved!
She feels so lost, so confused and alone; she just breaks your heart. When the large, hulking Owen, another outcast and music lover, befriends her, he gives her something to look forward too. He gives her a much needed lesson in not judging appearances and helps her music tastes grow from barely there to eclectic and powerful.
I find Annabel frustrating at times, because she's holding out so much stuff and keeping to herself. Owen is a great guy though. I just didn't really feel any kind of chemistry in this book. And I just read it through, nothing more.
I haven't connected with it or something. But I do appreciate Annabel's family story. It was the best thing in this book—the bond the sisters shared. It wasn't the music or Owen and Annabel or the thing with Will Cash or Sophie or the modelling or the anger management stuff. So much happened within the walls of their glass house.
First book read this !Lyrics to "Just Listen" song by Asher Roth: Hello, you can start recording me at any time Yo, I got something in my I need some water and s. Have you ever been in a situation where you just wanted to vent about something and the person listening to you stepped in quickly with advice on how to solve the situation or worse yet, told you in so many words that you were overreacting?
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