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Amy and Sean - Amy hadn't been home to Onslow for three years. After Sean saved her from drowning, her parents whisked her away to boarding school. Upon arriving at the Onslow she was shocked to find it in disarray. It was falling apart. She went out on the balcony of her dad's apartment only to have it give way. She was able to cling to doorway with her fingers and hope for help. Sean was there. She fell into his arms. He would become her constant rock. This book was Amy's POV.
Tess and Toby - I read this book a bit ago buy dis do a write up. Please refer to that for my comments. This book in dual POV.
I liked the dual POV better. I liked getting to know Toby's character better.
I highlighted most of the "pfft"s I could find. No idea why, I just did. The epilogues aren't really epilogues in some cases. It's a few hours later. I'm not sure why it's even called an epilogue. It's kind of insulting really.
I did wish to hear more about Australian bands like The Church and Shriekback. At least there was mention of AC/DC. It was weird when she brought up Nirvana. I'm a music nerd. Nirvana was mainstream to some extent in the US. They got tons of air play. Everyone listened to them, not just bad boys. It's interesting how things were different for each country. I still remember what I was doing on that fateful day in 1994 when Kirt died. I cried. I was pretty shaken up.
Using cell phones all the time in the 90s was VERY expensive in the states. Sending text messages was like a buck every time you sent one. That's how it was in the states at least. The folks in these books use their cell phones quite a bit. It's unrealistic for the 90s. I didn't know anyone that had texting capabilities back then. It was too expensive. There wasn't data plans. You were charged by the minute.