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Susane Colasanti has a way of weaving each of their stories together to create this fantastic novel.
"Take Me There" is divided up into the separate point of views of the three main characters, and each of their stories are incredibly interesting.
So this book didn't exactly end the way I thought it would, which is normally a good thing, but in this book not so much.
I fought for years to get my daughter to read more. This is the first time she actually asked me to buy her books!Published 3 months ago by Aimee
Pretty good I liked it. Enjoyable teen romance. Iffy for kids under 12 years old. More enjoyable for teenagers instead of kidsPublished 18 months ago by Ella
Story was really scattered and repetitive...random characters throughout...no direction. Waste of time.
Her book Something Like Fate was way better
Let me start my saying that usually I love Susane Colasanti's books but this one was a disappointing. Read morePublished 18 months ago by T. L. Crawford
So this is the third Susane Colasanti book I've read (When It Happens and Waiting For You were the first two I've read) and I just love her writing style! Read morePublished 19 months ago by PaigeM.
The reason keeping me from the fifth star is the fact that the friend... has some... pretty interesting err, input in this book. Read morePublished 24 months ago by onorexveritas
Rhiannon is totally heartbroken and just flat out confused when her boyfriend breaks up with her, but she is determined to get him back. Read more
Rhiannon just got dumped. She is depressed out of her mind. Nicole has just dumped her boyfriend out of fear and growing attraction for someone else. Read morePublished on January 14, 2012 by JesusJuice
The first thing that struck me in Susane Colasanti's Take Me There was the language. Colasanti is a master of using slang in her teenage characters' dialogue, and not just slang. Read morePublished on October 5, 2011 by Flower T. Kat