All I Need

Book review by Sally Engelfried, Common Sense Media
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Sentimental romance follows teen couple over two years.

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All I Need By Susane Colasanti

I would definitely recommend All I Need By Susane Colasanti. I loved reading this book. The characters in the book are so relatable. The way Colasanti writes the book, she makes the reader become connected to the characters. My favorite part was definitely the fact that the book is written from in their minds. By doing this the reader is able to know exactly what each character is thinking. I also liked that the booked switched point of views. Through out the whole book, it switched back and forth between Seth and Skye. They are the main characters. I liked that I was able to know what both of them were thinking. I do not think that I would like this book nearly as much as I do, if it did not switch back and forth. I highly recommend reading this book. it is a quick read that does not require a lot of over thinking, which I enjoied. I think that All I Need By Susane Colasanti is one of those books that everyone should read, if you love a good love story.

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