We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han

book review

Review by Kayla, In Love & Words Teen Reader

Overall Rating: 5 Stars


We’ll Always Have Summer by Jenny Han


Goodreads synopsis

It’s been two years since Conrad told Belly to go with Jeremiah. She and Jeremiah have been inseparable ever since, even attending the same college– only, their relationship hasn’t exactly been the happily ever after Belly had hoped it would be. And when Jeremiah makes the worst mistake a boy can make, Belly is forced to question what she thought was true love. Does she really have a future with Jeremiah? Has she ever gotten over Conrad? It’s time for Belly to decide, once and for all, who has her heart forever.


We’ll Always Have Summer is the last book in the Summer series. And it kept me guessing until the very end! Since this is a love triangle between Belly, Jeremiah, and Conrad, every time I thought it would be Conrad, I would think it was Jeremiah, and then when I thought it would be Jeremiah, I would think it was Conrad!

I like books like this because it’s not predictable and boring. But once I got to the very end, it finally made sense and I should have seen it coming, but for some reason I didn’t. I’m not going to mention who Belly ends up with because I want you to have the same surprise as I did! I’m going to keep the review on what happens in the book fairly vague because this book has some surprises.

The book starts out when Belly and Jeremiah have been dating for 2 years. But later on, Belly finds out the horrifying truth that could break up Jeremiah and Belly. But when Jeremiah makes an unpredictable move, everything changes. Just when Belly thought Jeremiah was the one and only, Conrad makes Belly doubt herself.

The greatest part of this book is that both Conrad and Jeremiah love Belly so, so much. This book was very enjoyable and never got old.

Butterfly Rating: 4 Stars


Book Boyfriend Ratings:

3 stars for Conrad and 2 stars for Jeremiah
Although they both did some things that made me like them, they also both did things that I didn’t, but Conrad I found was a little more likable then Jeremiah. But I don’t think either of them would be one of my book boyfriends just because of their actions.

Age Recommendations: 13+

Barnes and Noble said ages 12-17 and another site said 14+. I would agree more the 14+ instead of Barnes and Noble’s age recommendation because I think 12 years is a little bit too young, but I also think 14+ is a little too old for the minimum so I would recommend ages 13+ read this.

This is the last book in the Summer series and it is very crucial you read the books in order:

  1. The Summer I Turned Pretty
  2. It’s Not Summer Without You
  3. We’ll Always Have Summer

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