Big Summer - Jennifer Weiner

Big Summer

By Jennifer Weiner

  • Release Date - Published: 2020-05-05
  • Book Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Author: Jennifer Weiner
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4 Score: 4 (From 923 Ratings)

Big Summer Jennifer Weiner read online review & book description:


“Sexy and satisfying, Big Summer is the perfect quarantine read.” —USA TODAY

“The beach read to end all beach reads.” —Entertainment Weekly

“Big fun, and then some. It’s empowering and surprising—a reminder to put down the phone and enjoy each moment for what it is.” —The Washington Post

A deliciously funny, remarkably poignant, and simply unputdownable novel about the power of friendship, the lure of frenemies, and the importance of making peace with yourself through all life’s ups and down. From the #1 New York Times bestselling author of Good in Bed and Best Friends Forever, Big Summer is the perfect escape with one of the most lovable heroines to come to the page in years.

Six years after the fight that ended their friendship, Daphne Berg is shocked when Drue Cavanaugh walks back into her life, looking as lovely and successful as ever, with a massive favor to ask. Daphne hasn’t spoken one word to Drue in all this time—she doesn’t even hate-follow her ex-best friend on social media—so when Drue asks if she will be her maid-of-honor at the society wedding of the summer, Daphne is rightfully speechless.

Drue was always the one who had everything—except the ability to hold onto friends. Meanwhile, Daphne’s no longer the same self-effacing sidekick she was back in high school. She’s built a life that she loves, including a growing career as a plus-size Instagram influencer. Letting glamorous, seductive Drue back into her life is risky, but it comes with an invitation to spend a weekend in a waterfront Cape Cod mansion. When Drue begs and pleads and dangles the prospect of cute single guys, Daphne finds herself powerless as ever to resist her friend’s siren song.

A sparkling novel about the complexities of female relationships, the pitfalls of living out loud and online, and the resilience of the human heart, Big Summer is a witty, moving story about family, friendship, and figuring out what matters most.

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Posted Reviews

  • Scooby Doo

    By Danaja even
    Read like a Scooby Doo mystery with Daphne the main investigator.
  • MB. Nn n. N no b CNN. O. B uhhh

    By bbb. bb. jh BBC mn NV
    loving noon. On on mom Mann no. My m k. N
  • Big Summer

    By debnewswan
    Easy breezy read with a little surprise ending.
  • Lglflfl

    By hbfftttttffvvb
    I’m 9
  • Not worth money

    By Luvtiread
    Started out ok, then went super bad. Wish I had money back!! No believable plot or resolution. Pass on this book.
  • Impossible to put down.

    By MerlynSlater
    Reading this book you will not be able to move, you will stop breathing in places and you will be unable to put this fabulous book down
  • Meh

    By ValFazz
    Had some great writing but overall predictable and hard to get through. Can’t recommend.
  • Begins as romance, ends with mystery

    By AmandaTripp
    Great book but the lead character puts herself down too much
  • Not worth your time.

    By molrud
    Sometimes I like to read silly, feel-good stories, but this turned into murder mystery that was not believable. I didn’t like the characters, the plot was silly and the love story pretty nonexistent. I don’t recommend, sorry.
  • Another great book from a Jennifer Weiner

    By gawgahmo
    Finished the book today in almost one sitting. Loved the main character. Storyline is unique and a reminder that social media lives and real lives are very different. Highly recommend.

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