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To All The Boys I've Loved Before by Jenny Han Series Review


So a while back I heard about this series and just decided it wasn't really a series I would be interested in. After the movie came out, it was always showing up on my Goodreads feed, and people were loving it, so I decided to give it a shot.


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I'll admit, the first book was pretty cute, but only because of Peter. I also love Kitty, who's probably the only actual character I laugh at or find relatable. 

Margot annoyed me, I felt like she kept flipping between caring for Lara Jean and then suddenly getting upset for little things. 

The love triangle, I knew there was going to be one, but I just wished it would've been executed better.

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This book was nowhere near as cute as the first book.

Nearly everything in this book made me mad at certain characters and cringe at other parts. In my review of the first book I said I do not like love triangles, and this basically was a love triangle, but more of a love square, including Lara Jean, Peter, Gen, and John. I felt like the relationship that was blossoming between Lara Jean and John was not okay, and especially when Lara didn't tell John about her and Peter.

I didn't understand why Peter and Lara Jean were still together if they kept arguing.

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Every part of this book was boring and I kept waiting for something monumental to happen....but...it....NEVER DID. This trilogy would've worked better as a duo-logy.

Margot annoyed me even more then she usually did in these books. She seemed to be acting like a baby all the time and was extremely rude to Kitty

Why would you leave a book hanging on a thread like that? I hate it when authors just leave it as 'they'll get by' or 'you can decide what happens to them'....no, I'm not the author, my opinion is not cannon, if I don't know what happens I'll never be satisfied. (Hamilton reference...)

Hamilton references in this book made me smile and I felt like I was in on a inside joke. There were so many and it made me happy.

Again, the only interesting and genuinely funny person in this book, was Kitty. 

This last book just left me feeling blah and irked at the cliffhanger.

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Overall, I would've loved this more if it had just stopped after the first book. The second books just seem like afterthoughts, and don't really work together very well.




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