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A Totally Awkward Love Story Kate Sullivan at Delacorte has won North American rights at auction to Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison s A Totally Awkward Love Story previously titled Lobsters in the U K The book which Sullivan calls The

  • Title: A Totally Awkward Love Story
  • Author: Tom Ellen Lucy Ivison
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  • Page: 379
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  • Kate Sullivan at Delacorte has won North American rights at auction to Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison s A Totally Awkward Love Story previously titled Lobsters in the U.K The book, which Sullivan calls The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight meets Bridesmaids, is a dual narrative novel by authors who dated when they were in high school, about a boy and girl who mKate Sullivan at Delacorte has won North American rights at auction to Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison s A Totally Awkward Love Story previously titled Lobsters in the U.K The book, which Sullivan calls The Statistical Probability of Love at First Sight meets Bridesmaids, is a dual narrative novel by authors who dated when they were in high school, about a boy and girl who must navigate social misunderstandings, the plotting of well meaning friends, and their own fears about being virgins forever It s slated for summer 2016 Allison Hellegers of Rights People brokered the deal on behalf of Barry Cunningham and Elinor Bagenal at Chicken House in the U.K.

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    1. Jesse (JesseTheReader) on said:

      (3.5) I enjoyed this, but it definitely wasn't what I was expecting it to be. Also it got kind of dirty at certain points and I'm not a huge fan of that kind of content. Full video review to come!

    2. Stacee on said:

      I am not sure what I just read. The entire book was about losing your virginity. Both MCs are obsessed with it and there are various attempts and random hook ups and all of it was just odd. I didn't care for these characters. I wanted to jump into the book and punch Stella. And maybe Hannah because she never stood up for herself. I kept reading because there were a few humorous parts here and there and I was desperately hoping it was going to get better. I've seen so many people talking about it [...]

    3. Wendy Darling on said:

      4.5 stars So freaking funny. There's a hysterical moment in this book when the main character is described as being "paralytic with giggles" and that is exactly how I felt! I kept trying to smother my laughter so I wouldn't wake Mr.Darling. Stuff the book includes that's great:-- Girl friendships and how they can be both rock steady comforting and shockingly poisonous -- Affectionate adult/teen relationships -- School and career -- real connections (you totally get why people dig each other) and [...]

    4. Caroline on said:

      4.5 starsvideo review (+some of my own awkward stories) here ->youtu/NzpJbnbrbG8FIRST things first, this book is not for everyone! It's the story of two English high school students who are trying to lose their virginity before they go to college. It does not shy away from anything to do with sex so do not come into this book expecting it to be tame. It isn't tame at all and I loved it. This book is full of the same cringey scenarios as shows like The Inbetweeners (watch it if you haven't!) w [...]

    5. Tatiana on said:

      I had wanted to read this because of the promised laughs, and I did get a fair number of those. British humor works better for me than American in general. The "love" story though started cute, quickly devolved into the familiar forced-obstacle-driven scenario with a bit too much horniness and angst for my taste. I wish the authors stayed away from drama and kept things light and fun all the way through. After all, the main premise of the book is very conducive to light and fun - basically it's [...]

    6. Joost on said:

      Lobsters is een heerlijk ongemakkelijk verhaal, een prima zomerboek! Lees hier mijn recensie: nerdygeekyfanboy/recensie/

    7. Jess on said:

      Just as hilarious, relevant and brutally honest as ever. I'm amazed by how convincingly Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison write as contemporary teenagers. It's refreshing to read UK YA and this was so typically British - I think all teenagers will relate to the stress of UCAS applications, D of E and the trauma that was the trio of HPV jabs. The presentation of losing your virginity before uni as a right of passage was slightly ridiculous, and I have to say that I did want to slap some of the characters [...]

    8. Shannon on said:

      In het begin vond ik het maar een beetje een raar boek en ik had geen idee waar het verhaal nou eigenlijk naar toe ging. Toen ik eenmaal wat verder was toen las het lekker door en was het heel erg leuk om te lezen, ook al is het een vrij voorspelbaar boek.

    9. Elisa on said:

      In het begin dacht ik dat het hier enkel over, en sorry voor mijn taal maar ik quote enkele begrippen: ontmaagding, neuken, vingeren, foef en triootjes ging maar naarmate ik me daarover heb gezet is dit best een leuk verhaal! Het zijn twee verhaallijnen die af en toe samenkomen waardoor het boek snel las (1dag!) en zoals de titel doet vermoeden is het verhaal soms zeer extreem awkward maar vooral hilarisch! Ik kwam op sommige momenten gewoon niet meer bij, die hun gesprekken alleen al! Ik ben we [...]

    10. Esther on said:

      I would definately buy this book!You could really feel that the parts about Sam were written by a guy and the parts about Hannah by a woman. Loved the sneek peak into the boys-world and the way the girls are around each other is recognizable.Already knew the story was gonna have an happy ending, but I did wonder WHEN. Sam and Hannah keep messing it up together.Hannah and Sam are awesome characters. The other characters in the book fit really well in this story.There is humor, romance and a fast [...]

    11. Amy on said:

      Zeker een echt zomer boek! Heerlijk vol drama, liefde, ruzie, gevoelens en "de eerste keer". Echt een aanrader, je leest hem zo uit! <3

    12. Lisa on said:

      Super leuk en luchtig boek voor in de zomermaanden. Heb erg genoten van de akward moments, veel gelachen maar ik vond alleen het einde tegenvallen. Dit had wel wat leuker en groter gemogen, hierdoor 4 sterren.

    13. Yolanda Sfetsos on said:

      My daughter borrowed this for me the other day and because I have SO MANY OTHER BOOKS to read, I wasn't planning on reading this yet. Then I picked it up yesterday morning, and finished it today. So. There you go.Hannah and Sam go to different schools and have different friends. Yet they meet by accident in her friend's bathroom during a party. Where she was supposed to be losing her virginity to someone else. She doesn't, and the ease they felt towards each other never fades from their minds.No [...]

    14. Cora ☕ Tea Party Princess on said:

      5 Words: party, alcohol, drugs, attraction, sex.After I'd heard so many awesome things about this book, I was sure that I would enjoy it.But I didn't.I just wasn't like this as a teen. I was a different kind of crazy, not the festival and holidays abroad type. I found it difficult to relate to the characters.It made me realise that I'm getting pretty sick of reading about money, even if there was a token plea by Lucy that her Gran didn't have much money, yet still got her a Tiffany's necklace.Wh [...]

    15. ღ Suus ღ (pages.and.books) on said:

      Ik had op het begin niet gedacht dat het zo'n leuk boek zou zijn. Maar dat was het wel.Heb je zin in een lekker luchtig boek met niet al teveel diepgang dan is dit lieve verhaal iets voor jou!De hoofdpersonen in het boek vond ik wat jonger overkomen dan ze daadwerkelijk waren. Het bracht me een beetje terug naar iets van 13 jaar geleden met m'n beste vriendinnen op feestjes/ stappen / vakanties. Praten over jongens en de verliefdheid daarbij. Lang geleden hihi. Het boek leest heerlijk weg. Heb e [...]

    16. ✦ Daniëlle ✦ on said:

      Ik vond Lobsters echt een heel erg leuk boek. Duidelijk gericht op de lezers in hun tienerjaren, maar voor twintigers alsnog leuk om te lezen. Het boek was heel erg grappig, ik heb meerdere malen hardop gelachen.Volledige recensie: bit/1KRMd5D

    17. Inge (ReadInge) on said:

      Ik heb een paar keer echt keihard moeten lachen om dat boek. Gênant dat anderen dan aan me vroegen waar ik zo om moest lachen. Dat waren namelijk erg awkward momenten.

    18. Hazel (Stay Bookish) on said:

      Visit Stay Bookish for more book reviews!Hopeless romantic that I am, I'm all for love stories. In fact the more awkward, the better. Not to mention the funnier, in this case especially. I went into A Totally Awkward Love Story (also known as Lobsters in the UK) expecting a fun read, and that's exactly what I got with Tom Ellen and Lucy Ivison's novel.Although the pink, cutesy cover suggests a heartwarming "puppy love" kind of story, A Totally Awkward Love Story is a little more mature, with it [...]

    19. Rashika (is tired) on said:

      Actual rating 3.5***This review has also been posted on The Social PotatoReasons you need this book1. It is FUCKING HILARIOUS. It's also just got a very different sense of humor found in American YA novels. The straight-forward, British humor made me LOL a lot. Also British humor in general is pretty great. Lots of LOLs to be had. 2. It is Sex-positive. It isn't just sex-positive in that it has one sex scene. This book is full of teenagers who think a LOT about sex (because TEENAGERS DO THAT) a [...]

    20. Samantha on said:

      Dit boek werd vorig jaar gekozen als een maandboek van YA & Chicklit NL. Toen kon ik er niet aan beginnen, aangezien ik echt gefocust was op de 2015 reading challenge. Toch lonkte dit boek al tijden naar me. Met al die positieve reviews en die maffe titel, moest ik er ook maar eens aan gaan beginnen.Lobsters volgt twee perspectieven: Hannah en Sam. Beide willen ze het liefst zo snel mogelijk de ware vinden, want ze lopen wel erg achter op hun leeftijdsgenoten. Dit gaat natuurlijk niet zonder [...]

    21. Rachel Finney on said:

      This book was so cute. It was the perfect beginning summer read, and it put me in such a blissful mood. It wasn't anything earth-shattering or heart wrenching, but it made me remember why contemporary reads are so wonderful in the summer. I think the authors' backstory also made me appreciate this book, not to mention the dual point of views were absolutely adorable. More dual point of views pleeeease!

    22. Jessica (Jess Hearts Books) on said:

      4.5 starsLobsters is a shining new gem in Contemporary UKYA. I only had to read the first chapter to know that I was going to love this book. When a book makes you genuinely laugh out loud several times during the first chapter you know you’re on to a winner! I haven’t laughed so hard over a book in a very long time.Lobsters is told in alternating chapters between Hannah and Sam – two teens who are trying to lose their virginity, come out of their shells and find out who they are in the su [...]

    23. Eric Boot on said:

      Goed. Waar zal ik beginnen? Oké, het was best een vreemd boek maar wel leuk! De schrijvers draaiden er niet omheen. In veel boeken is het zo van 'ja, ze hebben seks maar precies daar gaat het lampje uit en breekt de verhaallijn af.' Lieve auteur, jouw lezers zijn echt geen celibatair levende monniken/nonnen hoor! Als je dat ook vind is Lobsters echt iets voor jou! Bovendien is het 1) lekker dun en 2) leest het lekker snel zodat je het zo uit hebt. Ondanks dat het echt een zomerboek is las ik he [...]

    24. Stacey (prettybooks) on said:

      If you loved Non Pratt's Trouble, I've found the next book for you! Are teenagers in UKYA more realistic because they're mostly read by readers who can often identify with the characters' Britishness? Or are they just more realistic? That's what I want to know.Lobsters is utterly brilliant at portraying teenagers. It's incredibly honest and I read things in this novel that I've never read before, which sounds really dramatic, like something quite catastrophic happens in the story, but it really [...]

    25. Min Li Li on said:

      Hayatımda okuduğum en vasat kitaplardan biri,daha doğrusu okuyamadım,belki ileride düzelir diye diye 150 sayfa okudum ama sonunda dayanamadım yarım bıraktım. *-*Kitabın ana konusu şu; lise sona giden bir grup kız arkadaş bir araya gelmiş ve bakireliğimizi nasıl, kimle kaybedelim.Aynı şekilde bir araya gleen bir grup erkek arkadaşta aynı dertten muzdarip.Kızların düşünce yapısı aşık olana kadar bakire kalınır mı ?Hatta ana kız karaterin bununla ilgili bir cümlesi [...]

    26. Sarina Bouwmeester on said:

      Lobsters is een hilarisch verhaal over Hannah en Sam die beide niet als maagd naar de universiteit willen gaan. Door dat gegeven en de rest van de flaptekst dacht ik oprecht dat het echt een boek vol seks, liefde et cetera was. Gelukkig viel dat best mee, er kwamen ook andere dingen in voor, en de verhaallijnen vond ik heel erg leuk. Soms gebeurden er dingen waarvan ik dacht: 'oh nee wat erg gebeurt dit echt?', zo ongemakkelijk wow, maar dat maakte het juist ook heel grappig. Het einde was wel t [...]

    27. Bonnie-Anne Carmichael (Love Triangles Are Fucking Stupid.) on said:

      Wow. That was one of the worst books I have ever read. Awful, horrible people doing awful, horrible things to each other. I can't believe I actually enjoyed this in the beginning. I feel disgusted. I HATED this.

    28. Alice Oseman on said:

      Absolutely hilarious. Made me wish my sixth-form life was as awkward and had that much pining for hot boys.

    29. Marieke on said:

      Wat een heerlijk verhaal! Ik vloog echt door het boek heen. Het einde viel me een klein beetje tegen, daarom 4 sterren in plaats van 5. Maar dit boek is zeker wel een aanrader!

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