what is your favorite sarah dessen book?

i've read that summer and someone like you. i don't exactly remember which is which, because the only reason why i read those is because of the movie based on those two, How To Deal, with mandy moore, its one of my favorite movies. But after wards, i've read lock and key which i didn't actually like very much until after she found out about nate's life. so that isn't my favorite. then i've also read just listen. that book blew me away. i absolutely love it. i've read dreamland, but it was a while ago and don't remember much. I have heard a lot about the truth about forever and this lullaby, would you recommend those two? please and thanks :]


5 Answers

  • 1 decade ago
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    I absolutely love This Lullaby, soooo good, my favourite book by Sarah Dessen...oh somewhere about page 270 or something you might read something about Remy and Dexter, these two are the main people in This Lullaby. This Lullaby is a bit of a cliffhanger, but in Just Listen they tell you the ending... =P

    The Truth about Forever is also good but not as good

    My second fav book by her is Last Chance, thats great

    Hope I helped ;)


  • 1 decade ago

    My favorite is The Truth About Forever,

    then my favorites are:

    Just Listen

    This Lullaby

    Along For the Ride


    Keeping the Moon


    I love Sarah Dessen && the How to Deal movie!: )

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    I have two favorites,

    1. The Truth About Forever

    2. Just Listen

  • 1 decade ago

    I really liked someone like you, the truth about forever and lock and key. I have yet to read along for the ride. I'm hoping it will be good!

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  • 1 decade ago

    ok, so i can honestly tell you that Truth about Forever and This Lullabye are two of her best books in my opinion. I have read most of her books, and my favorites are a tie between those two, and Just Listen.

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