What are all the names used in Sarah Dessen books?

This includes all naming main characters and other characters in all her books, even her book Along For The Ride coming out June 9th. Thanks!

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  • 1 decade ago
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    That Summer:

    Haven

    Lorna

    Ashley

    Lewis

    Sumner

    Someone Like You:

    Halley

    Scarlett

    Michael

    Elizabeth

    Macon

    Ginny

    Noah

    Cameron

    Grace Halley

    Keeping the Moon/Last Chance

    Nicole "Colie"

    Mira

    Morgan

    Isabel

    Chase

    Norman

    Caroline

    Dreamland:

    Rogerson

    Caitlin

    Cass

    Boo

    Stewart

    Corrina

    Rina

    Dave

    This Lullaby:

    Remy

    Dexter

    Don

    John

    Barbara

    Christopher

    Jennifer Anne

    Jess

    Lissa

    Chloe

    Adam

    Patty

    Ted

    Lucas

    Paul

    Lola

    Amanda

    Jonathan

    Scarlett

    How to Deal:

    Halley Marie

    Len

    Lydia

    Macon

    Michael

    Scarlett

    Ashley Renee

    Steve

    Lorna

    Lewis

    The Truth About Forever:

    Macy

    Wes

    Kristy

    Monica

    Bert

    Deborah

    Caroline

    Jason

    Delia

    Lucy

    Melissa

    Pete

    Just Listen:

    Annabel

    Owen

    Lock and Key:

    Jamie

    Cora

    Ruby

    Roscoe

    Nate

    Olivia

    Gervais

    Harriet

    Blake

    Marshall

    Peyton

    Lany

    Along for the Ride:

    Auden

    Eli

    Source(s): The best I can do, considering I don't know who Sarah Dessen is...http://www.wikipedia.org
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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    There are so many!! Here are the ones I remember

    Norman

    Jamie

    Dexter

    Remy

    Haven

    Halley

    Scarlet

    Wes

    Macy

    Isabel

    Nicole

    Morgan

    Colie

    Mira

    I know there are a lot more, she's a great author!!

    Source(s): I've read almost all of her books!!
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  • Brenda
    Lv 4
    4 years ago

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    Hmm.. I don't know, I'm kind of on the fence with this one. I've read all of her books, and at first the small mentions of past characters and settings were kind of pleasing. I couldn't help but get all giggly inside thinking "Oh, he he he, I feel so special knowing that these are intentional repetitions, whilst readers new to Sarah Dessen won't even notice them." But when Lock and Key came out, it just got to be a bit too much. Before it was done tastefully. Like once I think it was in Just Listen, they were at that waffle place and it was described that two joggers were sitting near them and if you had read The Truth About Forever, you would know it was Macy and Wes, but if you hadn't it was just normal background description. But in Lock and Key, it seemed like she was just shoving past characters in this way and that. I have to say, I loved Along for the Ride, so it was mainly just Lock and Key that bothered me. I guess for a different reason that her books bug you though. (I have a really good memory, so I never have trouble identifying the characters in her books, I remember them all.) I get where you're coming from though. I absolutely love her books, but I remember how much I was bothered by Lock and Key. Whenever I'm recommending her to friends to read, I tell them NOT to start with L&K. Haha. P.S. I think the reason she reuses settings and characters is to kind of say "Hey, everyone has a story." Like, you think of Edward and Bella and all of their neighbours and classmates can't ever have lives that compare to theirs. But with Sarah's books, it's kind of nice to see that all these people are connected and each of them has their own life and story, just as interesting as the last person. Personally, it's this thing she does, with the constant use of the same characters and settings, that makes her my favorite author.

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  • 5 years ago

    What Happened to Goodbye: Mclean Sweet

    Gus Sweet

    Dave Wade

    Riley

    Heather

    Deb

    Ellis

    Councilwoman Lindsay Baker

    Katherine Hamilton / Katie Sweet (same woman, different marriages; Mclean s mother)

    Peter Hamilton

    Source(s): This is one of my favorite books; I ve read it a million times. I hope that helps and is most of the main characters.
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  • Veruca
    Lv 4
    1 decade ago

    *EVERY* name?

    That would be really hard to get, there are a lot of names in her books.

    some of them are:

    Haven (that summer)

    Lorna (that summer)

    Ashley (that summer)

    Lewis (that summer)

    Halley (someone like you)

    Scarlette (someone like you)

    Micheal (someone like you)

    Macon (someone like you)

    Elizabeth (someone like you)

    Ginny (someone like you)

    Colie (keeping the moon)

    Mira (keeping the moon)

    Morgan (keeping the moon)

    Isabel (keeping the moon)

    Norman (keeping the moon)

    Caroline (keeping the moon)

    Caitlin (dreamland)

    Rogerson (dreamland)

    Cass (dreamland)

    Adam (dreamland)

    Dave (dreamland)

    Boo (dreamland)

    Remy Starr (This Lullaby)

    Dexter Jones (This lullaby)

    Barbara Starr (this lullaby)

    Christopher Starr (this lullaby)

    Jennifer Anne Baker (this lullaby)

    Don Davis (this lullaby)

    Jess (this lullaby)

    Lissa (this lullaby)

    Chloe (this lullaby)

    Ted (this lullaby)

    Lucas (this lullaby)

    Macy (the truth about forever)

    Lola (this lullaby)

    Jason (the truth about forever)

    Owen (just listen)

    annabell (just listen)

    Ruby (lock and key)

    Jamie (lock and key)

    Nate (lock and key)

    Harriet (lock and key)

    Auden (along for the ride)

    Eli (along for the ride)

    there are a lot more

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  • 1 decade ago

    i only read 1 book and the names were Dexter&Remy

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