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Rainbow Rowell: Eleanor & Park Epub, mobi, pdf Two misfits. One extraordinary love. Eleanor Red hair, wrong clothes. Standing behind him until he turns his. Eleanor & Park é engraçado, triste, sarcástico, sincero e, acima de tudo, geek. Os personagens #eleanor and park#rainbow rowell#livros em português. 40 notesHide 40 Livro: PS: Ainda amo você - Jenny Han >> PDF <<. Sinopse: Lara. Normal people; an extraordinary love. attachments. eleanor. eleanorandpark. fanfic. fangirl. landline. park. rainbow. rainbowrowell. rowell. teen. twentyseven.
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Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. So did Jerry Lee Lewis, Eleanor answers. I'm not kidding, he says.
You should be, she says, we're What about Romeo and Juliet? Shallow, confused, then dead. I love you, Park says. Wherefore art thou, Eleanor answers. You should be.
Set over the course of one school year in , this is the story of two star-crossed misfits-smart enough to know that first love almost never lasts, but brave and desperate enough to try. When Eleanor meets Park, you'll remember your own first love-and just how hard it pulled you under. A Michael L. Book Details Author: Rainbow Rowell Pages: Kindle Edition Brand: Book Appearances 5.
Recommends it for: John Green fans Recommended to Steph by: Everyone Shelves: young-adult , st-martins-press , contemporary , could-have-been-better , reads , disappointment , fell-for-the-hype , kill-me-now , alternating-povs , male-pov Should I break out in song and dance to "Baa, Baa, Black Sheep? What reason would I have to believe otherwise?
Almost all of my friends loved this book and have sworn fealty to the Goddess of Feels and Might, Rainbow Rowell. And I get it because she is a pretty awesome person and I think she is totally lovely.
The Romance My main issue stems from the romance between Eleanor and Park. I just Though, that's not for lack of trying because I had many arguments with Adult Me and Teen Me in my brain. Teen Me remembers the infatuation of meeting someone exciting and experiencing all those special moments for the first time. However, with Eleanor and Park, it was entirely unrealistic and unbelievable.
Park went from "God! Just sit the fuck down, Eleanor! I love his hair!
I want to eat his face! Then Eleanor is telling him she doesn't breathe when she's away from him. Adult Me was not on board because the romance moved entirely too swiftly for my feelings to catch up with the events that were taking place.
No, I take that back. One day they disliked each other and the next they were holding hands and proclaiming their love.
I remember listening to that part while I was out on a morning run, and I had to stop and rewind because I legitimately thought I missed an entire chapter. But then I realized that I hadn't and I argued with myself.
Adult Me: Yes Teen Me: So obviously they're not going to be together forever and ever and gallop into the sunset, but you can't discount those feelings.
But I also never wanted to eat a guy's face Teen Me: Please don't tell me I grow up without a heart. Adult Me Park is half white and half Korean. He spends most of his time trying not to be noticed by other kids at school and struggling with his own insecurities over his mixed heritage.
Yet, oddly, throughout the entire novel, Park doesn't encounter any racism. Apart from a few brief monologuing sessions about his classmates thinking he was Chinese, Eleanor's off-hand "stupid Asian kid" remarks and Park's own dislike for, in his opinion, looking too feminine, there wasn't anything that felt accurate.