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Publication Details Publisher: Penguin Young Readers Group Imprint: Speak Publication Date: Clair doesn't seem to be denying that there is something growing between them, something more than friendship.
REVIEW: What I like about Stephanie Perkins is that her books are fluffy, and they're okay with that: there's no heavy message attached to this as the author attempts to shove an after-school special down our throats. I didn't like that when I was a teenager, and I don't like it now. Sometimes I feel like that's my real problem with contemporary novels - that they want desperately to be didactic in the way that dystopia or high fantasy is but their settings are too literal to pull it off properly.
But Stephanie Perkins is cool, subtle; she holds back, relaxes, and lets the story speak for itself. She trusts her readers. I like that. I expect a little more. I expect what Stephanie Perkins gave us: a beautiful setting, atypical characters, smooth writing and a satisfying final payoff. We see Etienne and Anna get together because that's what we've been waiting for, and Perkins made us wait for it.
She knew we'd love this couple, because she knew the story she was telling had enough meat to make us care. Anna is a rich kid, but she wasn't always; she's rash and sometimes selfish, but she's a girl in love for the first time. Oftentimes I worry that adult readers who are harshly judging female leads forget that these female leads are teenagers, and when we were teenagers, we all felt like a zit or a laughing-peeing incident was the end of the world.
Perkins captures this well. I remember being thrilled when I was sixteen and realizing that yes, writing was something people did, and something I could do - it wasn't that I'd had success, but simply having something be certain in the waffling, uncomfortable abyss of adolescence.
It was relief to me to find that I could braid my hair and wear makeup and have it look good, after struggling so hard with uncertain feelings about whether my friends really liked me or how good my grades were, whether people noticed the holes in my clothes that I couldn't afford to replace, how I fit in my broken family, how I'd ever have enough money to strike out on my own, what my face looked like, what my puberty-ravaged body looked like, my sexuality, my plans for the future, where I wanted to be and what I wanted to do.
Perkins grabs hold of teenage waffling and pulls the covers off it, and she makes it romantic, yet finite. I mean.. The whole reason we love Anna and St.
Clair and Lola and Cricket is because they feel real. They feel touchable. They feel like people we could meet. But Isla?
Who was she? Her sisters? He felt like a random side character. And that is tragic, because one of the things I loved about Anna and Lola is that everyone felt important.
Not here in Isla. We spend time in Paris?
It could have been anywhere. We spend time in NYC?
The only moment I felt the passion of the area was in that Barcelona moment and it was glorious but it was a dying spark of hope. The main theme is love.
About the characters better knowing themselves so that ultimately? They can find love. This is not a flaw.