If There's No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout

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If There's No Tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout

Post by Ashleeross » 04 Jul 2018, 15:53

Jennifer has an amazing way with words and expresses this in this novel. The characters she creates reel you in and and make you feel as if you are part of the story. As a fairly young reader, I feel the teenage setting of the text was especially easy to relate to and caused me to love it even more. There is a major tragedy in this book that is totally out of the blue, thus being said, it is extremely hard to set this novel down even to go to sleep at night. I highly recommend this book to anyone, specifically teenagers though.

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Post by Pjeruto003 » 05 Jul 2018, 00:03

If There's No Tomorrow by Jennifer. L Armentrout gave me as a reader the urge to read more of her stories.. It has an amazing setting and that makes it really interesting. I would reccomend the book to any youth. It's really nice and you"all love reading it

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Post by Moray_001 » 19 Aug 2018, 20:46

I generally like reading Jennifer L.Armentrout novels. I’m definitely going to look out for this one.

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Post by Lawson1016 » 19 Aug 2018, 20:59

I love the lux series by Jennifer she a very talented author and I will definitely look for this book

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Post by acupofsubtletea » 20 Aug 2018, 16:07

I’ve only ever read her romance novels written under J. Lynn, but this is definitely making me want to go find some of her YA novels!

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Post by Naina Saikia » 10 Sep 2018, 04:39

If there's no tomorrow by Jennifer L. Armentrout was a book that gave me an urge to read more from her. Usually I look for a ya romance book but this book made me realise that romance is not always fun but friendship is also a big thing. :techie-studyingbrown

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Post by 1ditzyrn » 28 Sep 2018, 13:56

I am a big fan of Jennifer L. Armentrout, but have not read this book yet. I will be downloading it on Kindle ASAP!

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Post by PoisonWhiteRose » 06 Oct 2018, 13:27

I loved this book so much! It touched on so many sensitive subjects in a way that wouldn't overwhelm young readers. I thought it was her best work yet.
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