[I Hate Everyone But You] PDF/EBOOK


I Hate Everyone But You

REVIEW Ê I Hate Everyone But You From first loves to weird roommates heartbreak self discovery coming out and mental health the two of them document every wild and awkward moment to each other But as each changes and grows into her new life will their friendship be able to survive the distance. I Love Reading other people s text messagesI just do It s a nosy but trendy personality uirk of mine I love when people send me iMessage screenshots I love Instagram accounts full of failed booty calls booty texts Sounds weird I love BuzzFeed articles dedicated to text based butt dialsI also love books including text messagesMaybe it s for the aforementioned previously maintained interests related reasons that reading this book didn t really feel like reading I guess that could be a good thing if you dislike uh reading But I don tMy username for most everything is emmareadstoomuch Couldn t really make that clearerThis is so loosely autobiographical that it stretches the word loosely It stretches it past its elastic capacity and it snaps in half and then the word loosely is gone and it s just autobiographicalWe follow Gen an adventurous blonde freshman at Emerson and Ava a nervous new studentbrunette at USC This book is written by the adventurous blonde Gaby and the nervously brunette Allison Emerson and USC alums respectivelyI mean SAME FIRST LETTERS OF NAME AND EVERYTHING My brain is about to explodeAlso Gen and Ava name drop Gaby and Allison s real life YouTube channel and it s just weird and forced and all around unpleasant in the same way that authors trying to insert their old characters casually into their new books is WE SEE WHAT YOU RE DOING SARAH DESSENMORGAN MATSONHUNTLEY FITZPATRICKWHATEVER Not suave at allFURTHERMORE It feels strange to write this review without mentioning that I attend one of the collegesuniversities detailed within these VERY PAGES And that s a really weird experience to have The stories are really concerned with the intricacies of each institution as opposed to most college based contemporaries since the authors actually you know attended them I really really really didn t like it It s weird to judge your own college experience by someone else s when that someone else is a fictional character And also an authorBut that s not the book s fault reallyThis is also rather diverse Gen spends most of the book exploring her sexuality and comes out as ueer so as not to restrict with a label and Ava is severely anxious and has OCDThis diversity has come under fire by some reviewers for the blas way it s discussed Specifically a lot of the story details Ava learning about the LGBT community and sometimes she asks uestions in an offensive way Two things are important to note one this is OwnVoices for both characters because this is a fcking autobiography and a lot of the insensitivities are solved through character developmentThat does not however mean they re not hard to read These two characters can be sooooo unlikable it s ridiculous let me tell yaWhat a strange read this wasBottom line DEFINITELY NOT FOR EVERYONE Maybe not even for me Who knows I should Refined Tastes Sugar Confectionery and Consumers in Nineteenth Century America The Johns Hopkins University Studies in Historical and Political Science know attended them I really really really didn t like it It s weird to judge your own college experience by someone else s when that someone else is a fictional character And also an authorBut that s not the book s fault reallyThis is also rather diverse Gen spends most of the book exploring her sexuality and comes out as ueer so as not to restrict with a label and Ava is severely anxious and has OCDThis diversity has come under fire by some reviewers for the blas way it s discussed Specifically a lot of the story details Ava learning about the LGBT community and sometimes she asks uestions in an offensive way Two things are important to note one this is OwnVoices for both characters because this is a fcking autobiography and a lot of the insensitivities are solved through character developmentThat does not however mean they re not hard to read These two characters can be sooooo unlikable it s ridiculous let me tell yaWhat a strange read this wasBottom line DEFINITELY NOT FOR EVERYONE Maybe not even for me Who Transforming Students knows I should

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REVIEW Ê I Hate Everyone But You Lmerthat brunette who won’t leave you aloneWe're still in the same room you weirdoStop cryingGSo begins a series of texts and emails sent between two best friends Ava and Gen as they head off to their first semesters of college on opposite sides of the country. DNF at page 177 but what I read I would give one starHere s a uick list of reasons 1 The best friends constant lack of respectjokingdismissal of bisexuality Just no2 The only Transgender character was made into a villain3 The casual use of cocaine without any discussion around it was just not my thing Just why

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REVIEW Ê I Hate Everyone But You Gaby Dunn and Allison Raskin’s I Hate Everyone But You is a hilarious and heartfelt debut novel about new beginnings love and heartbreak and ultimately the power of friendship Dear Best FriendI can already tell that I will hate everyone but youSincerely Ava He. 45 Stars This was a super fast paced light hearted read I really had fun with this one Thanks to St Martins Press for sending me a review copyAs someone who has been a fan of Gaby Allison s YouTube videos in the past I think anyone who is a fan would enjoy this book It felt as if the characters truly embodied the authors You could tell me these were actual text conversations between Gaby Allison during their freshman year of college and I would believe it in a heartbeat Having some background on the authors was definitely an asset to the storyAs this is told in texts and emails only I was slightly worried about the format but I found it to be a nice change of pace I do not feel like I missed much by not having it in a normal format and it suited the story well There were times when I had wished conversations had been finished as opposed to just jumping from one to another but all around it was a fun format Kind of reminiscent of the Internet girls TTYLTTFNL8R G8R series I loved in elementary schoolI also was so pleased to find out this story is own voices x2 Allison Ava have both dealt with OCD and anxiety for most of their lives As someone with anxiety I was really able to relate to Ava the most You could just tell her thoughts are ones people really experience And while Gen does not claim one label in regards to her sexuality she toys with the term bisexuality is also polyamorous which is how Gaby identifies as well It was very evident that the authors were writing from personal experience and I always appreciate the added authenticity of own voices novels as shown in I Hate Everyone But YouI was really pleased with how many relevant teen issues are talked about in this book Not only do we talk about mental health sexuality polyamory but there s talk of stepping out of your comfort zone drinking drugs sex personal responsibility making decisions for your future goals standing up for what you believe in and so much It was a really well rounded novel when it came to the content being discussed for teen issuesMy favorite part of the book has to be THE FRIENDSHIP THE GIRL FRIENDSHIP I need books in my life that aren t so focused on romance It was so lovely to watch these two friends who have spent so much of their adolescence together adapt grow through their separate college experiences I love that they really know each other are fairly supportive and genuinely have concern for each other What I love even MORE is that they actually argue They disagree They get into fights and ignore each other THAT S A THING THAT HAPPENS TEEN FRIENDSHIPS AREN T ALWAYS PERFECT AND FLUFFY though I would definitely consider this a fluff read They butt heads they don t always understand each other and that s okay because they still love each otherAnother thing I loved about their relationship was the imbalance of awareness of social issues Gen is hecka invested in social issues related to people of cover people of the LGBT community etc but Ava is pretty uneducated There are a lot of times where Ava says things that aren t politically correct and Gen s responses vary from Let me explain this to you so you can be aware and I am not your personal educator you can google it and learn yourself which are both valid responses from a friend in my opinion It was an interesting dynamic to follow a friendship where one half is woke whereas the other is fairly oblivious to social issues and has a lot to still learnAlso THE HUMOR This book is laugh out loud funny Like I said it s fluffy it s lighthearted but ESPECIALLY funnyThere were only two concrete let downs for me Personally I wish the story had taken place over a longer period of time The book runs from September December of their freshman year of college but the bulk of the story takes place in SeptemberOctober It made the story feel a little unbalance and the ending a bit rushed I think part of it is that I was expecting it to take place over the first year of college when it was the first semester so it s not that big of a crucial point to me The other let down was how the characters reacted at the climax of the story I entered the story loving these characters and I was not crazy about some of the actions at the end of story which left me liking them a little less I wish there had been just a little bit at the end of the novel for me to warm up to them again but I definitely view them a little differently because of their final actionsAll in all it was a super fun read I do think it s a bit juvenile not as an insult and is clearly catered to a specific audience By that I mean I do not think this is the best book for a 30 year old woman who reads mainly literary fiction But if you are a teenyoung adult looking for a light hearted read I think you d enjoy it much Super fun book and again thank you to St Martins Press for supplying me with a copy This book was sent to me for free by Wednesday Books in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own

  • Hardcover
  • 344
  • I Hate Everyone But You
  • Gaby Dunn
  • English
  • 11 May 2018
  • 9781250129321

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    Gaby Dunn Ë 1 REVIEW READ Å LOUISVUITTON--UK.CO.UK Ë Gaby Dunn READ I Hate Everyone But You 45 Stars This was a super fast paced light hearted read I really had fun with this one Thanks to St Martins Press for sendin

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    [I Hate Everyone But You] PDF/EBOOK I Hate Everyone But You chronicles a series of texts and emails sent between two best friends Ava and Gen as they head off to thei

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    READ I Hate Everyone But You [I Hate Everyone But You] PDF/EBOOK I LOVE LOVE LOVE this bookThe story was cute but at the same time deals with serious issues such as sexual identity mental illness family conflicts romantic relationships and substance abuseThe book has two main characters Ava and Genevieve They are best friends and are both starting college in different schools but located in completely different states Ava stayed in California and Gen moved to the east coast ​Th

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    [I Hate Everyone But You] PDF/EBOOK Well this is awkward Why? Because sadly this is a case of it's totally you not me I did my part I went into this with an open mind and

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    [I Hate Everyone But You] PDF/EBOOK Gaby Dunn Ë 1 REVIEW READ Å LOUISVUITTON--UK.CO.UK Ë Gaby Dunn DNF at page 177 but what I read I would give one starHere's a uick list of reasons 1 The best friends constant lack of respectjokingdismissal of bisexuality Just no2 The only Transgender character was made into a villain3 The casual use of cocaine without any discussion around it was just not my thing Just why??

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    [I Hate Everyone But You] PDF/EBOOK READ Å LOUISVUITTON--UK.CO.UK Ë Gaby Dunn Mini reviewDNF I received an E ARC via the publisher and Netgalley in exchange for an honest review I was highly anticipating this book And I was so happy to get it from Netgalley Unfortunately it wasn't for me At first I was really enjoying it I was laughing here and there and it was all fun But then it just b

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    [I Hate Everyone But You] PDF/EBOOK READ I Hate Everyone But You I received a free copy of this book through a Goodreads giveawayBest friends Ava and Gen are about to be separated for the first time in years when Gen moves across the country for college and Ava stays at her local univers

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