Dare You To - Katie McGarry Reviews
Description:ISBN 1848452284 / Paperback: 352 pages / Publisher: Mira Ink / Published: 7 Jun 2013 / Language: English
Newest Review: ... the Limits". The love story of Beth and Ryan seemed a little false at first, and for those who had read the first book, ... more
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by - written on 04/02/14 (Somewhat useful, 4 readings)
While this book was enjoyable, giving an insight into Beth (a character we met in the first book) and her life, I did not think it was as good as "Pushing the Limits". The love story of Beth and Ryan seemed a little false at first, and for those who had read the first book, it was a bit of a disappointment that Isaiah did not have his love returned. It does seem to be a habit for love triangles to be hinted at or blatantly displayed in teen books at the moment and I hope this trend soon stops. A slightly cliched story of alternative girl and jock fall in love, it nevertheless was entertaining. There was also the typical 'slightly damaged' vibe to Beth but ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/01/14 (Useful, 18 readings)
Dare You To is actually a very entertaining novel. The main protagonists Beth and Ryan are two polar opposites. It's very entertaining to see them meet one another and eventually become a couple. The first meeting they have is very funny and it's great to see the harsh side of Beth, eventually evolve into something much softer. I appreciated how the author, Katie McGarry, discussed Beth's background. It's quite important to understand Beth's background to understand Beth and why she is the way she is. I, furthermore, liked how Beth's family was brought into her life. The author presented it in a very realistic way. Beth's reaction was also very realistic. ... Read the complete review
by - written on 17/08/13, updated on 17/08/13 (Very useful, 32 readings)
Dare You To is the 'sequel' to the very successful Pushing the Limits. I say 'sequel' because this is actually a standalone novel as part of a series of books based on different couplings from the same group of friends. This book focuses on Beth, if you've read Pushing the Limits you'll remember her as the b**** who didn't like Echo, and Ryan, a high school jock set to be a baseball pro. Beth has just been forced to live with her rich uncle, Scott, who was very close to Beth as she grew up, but left at the age of 18 to be a pro baseball player. Beth hasn't seen him since and hasn't forgiven him for leaving and never coming back, but after she's arrested, ... Read the complete review
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