Someone Like Summer

Someone Like Summer PDF Epub Someone Like Summer Author M.E Kerr Airdomains.co.uk Annabel First Sees Him Playing Soccer Near Her House His Name Is Esteban She Sees It On The Back Of His Team Shirt He Notices Her, Smiles, Then Looks Back Over His Shoulder At Her Again.It Is The Beginning Of Summer In The Resort Town Of Seaview It Is Also The Start Of A Romance Between A Young Colombian Who Came To Town To Work And The Daughter Of A Local Contractor Whose Crews Are Entirely Latino New Immigrants Who Are Changing The Face Of Seaview.This Is The Summer Of War In Iraq, And Of Hurricane Katrina But In Seaview There Are Other Concerns In Annabel S House Her New Boyfriend Is At The Top Of The List And Esteban S Sister Has Harsh Words For His Choice Of A Girlfriend.M E Kerr Weaves A Compelling Story Of Star Crossed Love And A Small Town Problem Of Nationwide Significance.

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  • Hardcover
  • 272 pages
  • Someone Like Summer
  • M.E. Kerr
  • English
  • 10 August 2018
  • 0061140996

10 thoughts on “Someone Like Summer

  1. says:

    I read this for a YA discussion book group We were doing romance titles and this one totally fit the bill rich white girl Annabele falls in love with Esteban, an illegal immigrant from Colombia who is doing some work for her father The lines are very clearly drawn between the minorities in her rich Hamptons town and in her family Her father is willing to hire the workers, but not let one of them court his daughter But Esteban s family and friends don t want him seeing a flour face eithe I read this for a YA discussion book group We were doing romance titles and this one totally fit the bill rich white girl Annabele falls in love with Esteban, an illegal immigrant from Colombia who is doing some work for her father The lines are very clearly drawn between the minorities in her rich Hamptons town and in...

  2. says:

    Reviewed by Mechele R Dillard for TeensReadToo.comIn an age when questions of illegal immigration and exploitation of workers increasingly threaten to divide American society, M E Kerr presents a story of young interracial love that could be found anywhere in the country, not just in the resort town of Seaview, NY All of the characters are here the overt racist, protected by a successful position in the community the young intellectual trapped between what he knows and who he loves the bu Reviewed by Mechele R Dillard for TeensReadToo.comIn an age when questions of illegal immigration and exploitation of workers increasingly threaten to divide American society, M E Kerr presents a story of young interracial love that could be found anywhere in the country, not just in the resort town of Seaview, NY All of the characters are here the overt racist, protected by a successful position in the community the young intellectual trapped between what he knows and who he loves the businessman using illegal immigrants to his advantage, while convincing himself that he is doing them a favor the immigrants themselves, some legal, some not, trying to build a life within a new culture, but also trying to retain their own heritage and the young lovers, one hoping to improve himself, but constrained by the fact that he is i...

  3. says:

    Blonde and beautiful, seventeen year old Annabelle Brown falls in love with Esteban Santiago, an undocumented immigrant from Columbia Both live in the Hamptons in the resort town of Seaview, but in different worlds.Annabelle s dad, a contractor, fills his building crews with illegal immigrants Though he pays them less than the norm and has little respect for them, he treats them well as long as they do their jobs However, any mistake is a firing offense He hires Esteban to do roofing on thei Blonde and beautiful, seventeen year old Annabelle Brown falls in love with Esteban Santiago, an undocumented immigrant from Columbia Both live in the Hamptons in the resort town of Seaview, but in different worlds.Annabelle s dad, a contractor, fills his building crews with illegal immigrants Though he pays them less than the norm and has little respect for them, he treats them well as long as they do their jobs However, any mistake is a firing offense He hires Esteban to do roofing on their house at Annabelle s recommendation She hopes her father will like the young Columbian But Esteban, distracted by Annabelle, makes a mistake on the type of nails he uses, attracting the wrong type of attention from her dad.When her dad realizes that Annabelle is seeing Esteban he makes rules intending to keep them apart Annabelle, an unusually compliant daughter, twists the rules and sees Esteban anyway.Esteban s sister, who thinks all white girls are loose, is furious with her brother for see...

  4. says:

    This book was absolutely fabulous It is the story of a white girl, Annabel, who falls in love with a Latino boy, Esteban, but their families don t want them in a relationship because of their races Anna s father believes all Latinos are good for is work and Esteban s friends and sister believe all white girls are easy It seems the only people on their side are Anna s dad s girlfriend, Larkin, and Anna s brother Kenyon They have to deal with a surprising antagonist, an unwilling entourage, This book was absolutely fabulous It is the story of a w...

  5. says:

    It s hard going, but I am going to finish this book Kerr s strong point is not really subtle character development Sigh.Wholly disappointing I thought I d remembered Kerr covering controversial timely topics better, but maybe I was wrong Irrelevant mentions of Katrina and surface references to the Iraq war attempt to place this book in 2005, but nothing is fully incorporated Slim characterizations and oversimplification take what was potentially a compelling YA story of star crossed lovers It s hard going, but I am going to finish this book Kerr s strong point is not really subtle character development Sigh.Wholly disappointing I thought I d remembered Kerr covering controv...

  6. says:

    I loved the idea of a writer trying to break the negative stereoypes surrounding Hispanics in America, especially Hispanic men I liked Esteban as a character, but I agree with another reviewer the writing is WEAK I also can t recommend this book to my students because of the foul language Did M.E Kerr really have to drop the F bomb so seem authentic Annabel didn t seem like a real teenaged girl either It s not a real girl s voice I hear Hopefully someone soon will write a book with real I loved the idea of a writer trying to break the negative stereoypes surrounding Hispanics in America, especially Hispanic men I liked Esteban as a character, but I agree with another reviewer the writing is WEAK I also can t recommend this book to my students because of the foul language Did M.E Kerr really have to drop the F bomb so seem authentic Annabel didn t seem like a real...

  7. says:

    when anabel first sees estabaun she cant help but fall in love with him.when he finaly sees her too at jungle petes when he finishes singing he comes over to her and her ex boyfriend.when he dose some constructi...

  8. says:

    I really tried to get through thisbut I couldn t I made it about 70 pages into the book and I had to quit The story just didn t keep me interested The character of Esteban really bugged me Even though they had a language barrier, he sounde...

  9. says:

    I am extremely particular about the use of language in YA books and it bugged me that the narrator described her as a fair weather friend At another point, I think her brother used the word bugaboo in a way that felt awkward.Overall, the story was readabl...

  10. says:

    A fun light read about a girl in high school who meets a migrant worker from South America I read it because it was another good story about a forbidden love between cultures And it took place just before Hurricane Katrina hit and in the aftermath of the developing Iraq war from a seventee...

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