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The sequel to the number-one bestseller Girl Online. Penny's bags are packed. . . When Noah invites Penny on his European music tour, she can't wait to spend time with her rock-god-tastic boyfriend. But, between Noah's jam-packed schedule, less-than-welcoming bandmates and threatening messages from jealous fans, Penny wonders whether she's really cut out for life on tour. She can't help but miss her family, her best friend Elliot. . . and her blog, Girl Online. Can Penny learn to balance life and love on the road, or will she lose everything in pursuit of the perfect summer?

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Zoe Sugg

Zoe Elizabeth Sugg also known by her YouTube name Zoella, is an English vlogger, businesswoman and author. Sugg began posting videos to her YouTube channel in 2009, which went on to amass over 10 million subscribers. In 2014, Sugg signed a three-book deal with Penguin Books, and her debut novel, Girl Online, was published in November 2014, breaking the record for highest first-week sales of a firs Zoe Elizabeth Sugg also known by her YouTube name Zoella, is an English vlogger, businesswoman and author. Sugg began posting videos to her YouTube channel in 2009, which went on to amass over 10 million subscribers. In 2014, Sugg signed a three-book deal with Penguin Books, and her debut novel, Girl Online, was published in November 2014, breaking the record for highest first-week sales of a first-time novelist. She has since released a non-fiction book, Cordially Invited, and is currently writing a series of books alongside co-author Amy McCulloch, titled The Magpie Society. ...اقرأ المزيد
عدد الصفحات 368
وزن الشحن 258 جرام
نوع المجلد Paperback
نوع المنتج كتاب
رقم المنتج ‪ 904-THATALSALASEL-0730
رقم ISBN ‪ 9780141364223
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آراء القراء



القارئ Rosie Goodwin  
i feel like a girlfriend on tour god that was stressful

القارئ Ali  
LOOOLL IDK I WAS BORED WHILE I HAD NO WIFI SO I HAD TO NOT READ ON MY PHONE AND I FOUND THIS FROM WHEN I WAS LIKE 10 AND REREAD AS A JOKE BUT ITS ACTUALLY GOOD BYE I- IM GONNA READ THE NEXT ONE LOLOLOLOLOLOL

القارئ Sweetlucy  
2,5*

القارئ libbiereads  
very cute. i liked this one better than the first one

القارئ Potterhead Aanya  
Thank goodness her parents didn-t stop her from going because of her panic attacks, and second, woah I did not expect Leah Brown to be that nice, thought she might be a rich super fashionable spoilt celebrity and ugh Noah-s manager is horrible, I love the fact that Noah fired him..Also yayy, Alexiot is back, phew...........You all have got to read this book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Thank goodness her parents didn-t stop her from going because of her panic attacks, and second, woah I did not expect Leah Brown to be that nice, thought she might be a rich super fashionable spoilt celebrity and ugh Noah-s manager is horrible, I love the fact that Noah fired him..Also yayy, Alexiot is back, phew...........You all have got to read this book!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

القارئ Irene  
Voor mij inmiddels een te zoetsappig, puberig en overdreven verhaal waardoor ik regelmatig met mijn ogen heb gerold. Neemt niet weg dat het een lekker luchtig en vermakelijk verhaal was.

القارئ Magdalena  
4,5

القارئ Jemma Shoulders  
THIS BOOK IS AMAZING. I just don-t get why people over 20 (even over 18) are reading it. It is specifically a book made for TEENAGERS even though it may say YOUNG ADULT. If you are over 20 and want to read this book DON-T (unless you liked the other book/s). If you don-t like the book just simply say you don-t like it, we don-t we don-t need long ass explanations about why you didn-t like it. PERIODT. THIS BOOK IS AMAZING. I just don-t get why people over 20 (even over 18) are reading it. It is specifically a book made for TEENAGERS even though it may say YOUNG ADULT. If you are over 20 and want to read this book DON-T (unless you liked the other book/s). If you don-t like the book just simply say you don-t like it, we don-t we don-t need long ass explanations about why you didn-t like it. PERIODT.

القارئ CaitlinJoyful  
4.5 starsI don-t know how many times I read this book but it never gets old. 4.5 starsI don-t know how many times I read this book but it never gets old.

القارئ Suzy Seerden  
Nooooo Noah Noooo. I know what happens but I still get annoyed at this book.

القارئ Stephanie A.  
I thought the first book-s ability to impress me MUST be a fluke, but here we are again. What starts out as a fun and fascinating peek behind the scenes of life on tour develops into complex relationship struggle that truly shows how difficult it can be for a 24/7 professional to make time for the person they love. I-ve always been skeptical about people/celebs who say they broke up because they were too busy to be in a relationship, but I finally saw how it could happen.There are no bad I thought the first book-s ability to impress me MUST be a fluke, but here we are again. What starts out as a fun and fascinating peek behind the scenes of life on tour develops into complex relationship struggle that truly shows how difficult it can be for a 24/7 professional to make time for the person they love. I-ve always been skeptical about people/celebs who say they broke up because they were too busy to be in a relationship, but I finally saw how it could happen.There are no bad guys here -- I could see Noah-s frustration when he had to break promises for unforeseen reasons beyond his control. Not least because he probably COULD have kept at least some of the promises, but by doing so he would have sabotaged larger a impactful opportunities. Short term sacrifice for long term gain has to be justifiable, right? I never got the sense that he wasn-t still head-over-heels for her or that his shortcomings were anything other than being overwhelmed and/or frustrated by the circumstances.And I loved that Penny could see that, but she was still frustrated and angry and hurt by it, because as a reader I was the same way. It hurt to see him cancel dinner plans on the spot because some record execs showed up to talk business over dinner instead, especially his fear of correcting the manager who tells them, in front of Penny, that she-s just "a friend." It hurt to see him, literal steps away from finally delivering a Magical Mystery [Night], being called back on an urgent press matter that has to be ready to go in the morning. It hurt enough that the feelings seeped off the page and into my chest and made me c than once. I love when books make me feel that strongly, especially when they don-t look capable of doing so.And when he believed Blake over her -- oh my lord. That scenario could have been so much darker, but the thing is, it didn-t NEED to be darker for it to upset her that much, or for it to convey the root problem. She trusted unquestioningly that he would believe her if she admitted why she was crying, and the fact that he was willing to forgive her, but not without repeatedly accusing her of lying? So humiliating and devastating that her reaction is exactly what I would have done. Very satisfying. (and he is in the wrong here for sure, but I like that you can see WHY he wouldn-t believe her? What he thinks happened isn-t THAT awful, so it mak sense that she would be embarrassed about it and try to save face, given the lack of real consequences for Blake in her scenario, than it does for his lifelong friend to act in a way that, so far as he knows, is out of character)But I also cried because there are times when Noah is so sweet I can-t stand it. Like the I-love-you-a-dozen-different-ways speech + apology gift basket -- specifically the DVD recording. There is nothi thoughtful and romantic than something like that, something tangible that makes it feel like they-re right there with you, and that can-t ever fade like a memory does, if you need reminding. Other positive attributes:* Just Sweet Brooklyn Boy Things: staying with her one night when she-s upset about one of the threatening notes and begs him not to leave, even though he is otherwise Very Insistent upon following the "separate rooms" rule laid down by her parents. * A really good description of a panic attack when Penny loses her phone and ultimately misses Noah-s first performance when she freaks out at suddenly being noticed and swarmed by the crowd.* Penny gets some awesome girlfriends, including Leah Brown, who basically becomes her fairy godmother on the road (I love Leah. Can I read a book about Leah?). * The way Penny-s hurt and anger at Noah starts to turn inward, the cumulative effect of people who don-t want her there making her start to think she IS dragging him down, that she-s the problem. Oh, I can relate. As I can to this heartbreaking line that feels stupid and irrational even when you-re thinking it, but still feels like it could be true: "I guess if I knew how to look like that all the time, maybe I would be enough for him."* Random simile I really like: I-ve been crying so much, my false eyelashes have loosened on my lids, so I rip them off and throw them in the bin. I miss, of course. They cling to the carpet like squashed spiders.* I was REALLY curious to find out who TheRealTruth would be, and I did not expect the answer (of course, I don-t try very hard to solve mysteries in books, and it fun to be surprised when given the answer), but I was super satisfied with the explanation (it-s...(view spoiler)[DEAN THE MANAGER! Who also went out of his way to make Noah far less available to Penny than he should have been, to increase his marketability, thus proving that Noah was not unreasonable to expect to ha free time than he did) (hide spoiler)].The only disappointments in this book are:1) Elliot has gotten ev annoying. Alex makes him moderately less annoying for a bit, then even worse, and by the time they were having a starring role near the end, I was just like, "yeah no. ya basic and ya boring," and started skipping pages unless I saw Noah-s name. 2) Please stop saying "Inciting Incident."3) It gets a bit heavy-handed on the "girls, don-t just be A GIRLFRIEND, you gotta pursue your own passion and be fulfilled by YOU, not love!" message. I understand that this is important because a lot of the target audience is still young and probably terrible at picking quality boys, in which case prioritizing them WOULD be something you-d regret later. But as a perpetually-single-into-my-twenties person, I can say that not revolving your life around a guy doesn-t automatically mean you have fulfilling life, either, and I can think of worse things to do with a summer than hit the road with your boyfriend, all expenses paid.I-m afraid this aspect might get worse in the next book before it gets better, so while I know I-m going to read it, I also think this series COULD have ended here and still been a strong conclusion. I read the ending twice and couldn-t stop thinking about how (view spoiler)[even though I-d HATE IT and demand what I assume is the happy ending in book 3, it would be a pretty powerful message to end on Noah and Penny having patched things up and admitted they still loved each other, but understood that in spite of that, their lives are too different for them to be in a relationship, at least right now. (hide spoiler)]


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