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Endless Days of Summer by [O'Steen, Stacy]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 633 KB
  • Print Length: 285 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Supposed Crimes LLC (1 July 2015)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00WDB4I0M
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 1 customer review
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #950,390 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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FourStars

A totally enthralling novel, a real page turner. Full of mother/daughter angst, finding your sexuality apprehension, and, trepidation to others perceived perceptions.

Different from other novels in the way the author characterizes Penelope's growing maturity and self understanding. This is clearly seen as the novel progresses.

Written in almost a documentary/drama way, anyone on the verge of coming out or having difficulty in their sexual orientation, would really find this novel of interest. The way asexuality is handled is very refreshing and informative.

My only criticism would be the way the relationship between Penelope and her Mother appears biased towards Penelope's feelings.

This is an emotional love story, full of realism, but with a real feel good factor.

I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.
~Chris
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x93e3221c) out of 5 stars 6 reviews
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HASH(0x93aec5ac) out of 5 stars New unique cutting edge story that will grab your heart 3 July 2015
By Lynn Lawler - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Paperback
"Endless Days of Summer" is an edgy coming of age story about a young woman living her life the best she knows how. The main character, Penelope is her own person and listens to no one. She is proud and strives to live a regretless life, despite having grown up in a somewhat loveless home. In all aspects, Penelope has learned how to shut down. It was painful to read what people said about her. However, there are other moments within this rich and fresh addition to our LGBTQ..., when you will cheer for our star!

Thankfully, Penelope doesn't let the close-mindedness of others stop her from enjoying the things that are important to her. She deals with her pain by diving into her schoolwork and activities. At the insistence of one of her friends, she joins a few groups. Because of her positive actions, many were inspired. It is so reassuring knowing that in today's world, thanks to people like Penelope, support and awareness are out there to help young people understand themselves as the loving people that they are. No longer do they have to be isolated in a world of confusion, or worse, humiliation.

The author did an excellent job with the supporting characters. One of them offered really good words of advice to Penelope. His words helped her soothe the pains from her past. Here is a quote he said to her, "In order for what they say to matter, you have to care about them or what they think." I thought this was a great touch and want to thank the author for including it.

I found another supporting character very charming and loved their personality. This person speaks their truth and appears confident. In due respect, this person has hidden aspects that sometimes conflicts with their true self.

There is one darker character, who reminded me of some individuals I have come across in my own life. I had to put down the book at times because this storyline came rather close to heart. This author realistically portrays IRL situations and emotion. I am amazed!

The story is heartfelt and will keep you reading. Throughout this story, Penelope’s character reveals more and more depth – creating a very dynamic experience. Readers will thoroughly love getting to know her, while perhaps seeing things in a new hue of the rainbow.

After reading this book, I felt more complete in that I related to the main character on a deep emotional level. I really want everyone to read and appreciate this very special gem of a novel. Cheers to Stacy O’Steen!
HASH(0x93aec228) out of 5 stars A novel of developed love and self-discovery 1 July 2015
By Ena May - Swoon Worthy Books - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
3.5 star review

Stacy O’Steen brings us a novel about a young girl discovering her sexuality for the first time. Heading off to college Penelope sets out to not only finally live a life out from under the ruling thumb of her mother but to discover who she is as a person. Penelope will learn along her journey of self-discovery that life isn’t always easy and choices are sometimes difficult but in the end the most important thing is her happiness.

There are so many different struggles in this read. Between Penelope and her mother, Penelope and Summer, Penelope and Sophia and mainly between Penelope and herself. Penelope is not only battling with herself about who she really is as a person but also sexually she also struggles from a new love, Sophia, and an old love, Summer. I think Stacy did a good job with giving Penelope who is a college student the struggle or loving 2 people differently because that is something that happens every day.

When Penelope finally comes to terms and realizes who she truly is that is when the difficult choice of a new interest or her first love? It took one Summer for Penelope to realize that true meaning of love and it will take another summer for her to either finally grasp it with both hands or set it free once and for all and never look back. Will Penelope follow that love that has always been in her heart or will she follow her head and follow a new path in hopes that her heart catches up?

I felt like Endless Days of Summer touched on topics that so many young adults don’t know who to deal or cope with. They don’t know how to weed their way through what “society” feels a person should be and how they should be who they truly are deep down. I think Stacy did a great job with taking that type of subject and turning it into a story that will touch the hearts of many readers. There was a little bit of everything in The Endless Days of Summer between the love triangle, self-discovery, and overcoming dark situations. Overall I think Stacy did a good job and gave us a beautiful love story. A love story that develops over the entire course of the book, a love that must be built and fully developed before it is enjoyed. Good job Stacy!
HASH(0x93e6ab94) out of 5 stars Unique and enjoyable read 2 July 2015
By Heather S. - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Four Star Read
I was given a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.

Penelope Van Buren is struggling to cope with the descion she made to live away from home.
Her college roommate convinces her to leave the dorm room and experience life.
She joins the LGBTQA club and finds friends but then she realizes she has been wrong about many things.
She begins to analyze an old relationship after seeing the world thru different eyes.
She needs to figure out what would make her happy.

This coming of age novel was well written. Stacy did a really good job weaving a story around Penelope and her life and the hard descions she has to make when it comes to her relationship with Sophie and her relationship with Summer as well as her relationship with her mom.
It was very well written and the dialogue flowed pretty well.
I look forward to reading more from Stacy she obviously knows how to write a very well written story that kept me engaged til the end.
Reviewed by Heather S.
HASH(0x93e7fab4) out of 5 stars This is an emotional love story, full of realism 16 July 2015
By InkedRainbowReads - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
FourStars

A totally enthralling novel, a real page turner. Full of mother/daughter angst, finding your sexuality apprehension, and, trepidation to others perceived perceptions.

Different from other novels in the way the author characterizes Penelope's growing maturity and self understanding. This is clearly seen as the novel progresses.

Written in almost a documentary/drama way, anyone on the verge of coming out or having difficulty in their sexual orientation, would really find this novel of interest. The way asexuality is handled is very refreshing and informative.

My only criticism would be the way the relationship between Penelope and her Mother appears biased towards Penelope's feelings.

This is an emotional love story, full of realism, but with a real feel good factor.

I was given this in return for an honest review by Inked Rainbow Reads.
~Chris
HASH(0x93ae84ec) out of 5 stars Finding Yourself 3 July 2015
By Amazon Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
Received an arc for an honest review.

This book kept my attention. Read it in just over a day. The main character, Penelope, finished high school and went off to college. Against the desires of her mother she went out of state. This story can reach many people in the struggle between teens and a parent. The book also focuses on Penelope finding out who she is as a person and what is truly important to one's self in building different relationships. I loved that this was all about learning and accepting yourself. Don't change for others but for yourself. I was making connections to myself and similar feelings. It was a lovely read.
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