Losing the Field (The Field Party, #4) by Abbi Glines

Losing the Field (The Field Party, #4)

Losing his dream, his ultimate plan, and his future- Nash Lee never expected to be facing a life without football. One wrong move and it had all changed. Going back to school for his senior year no longer appealed to him. He’d rather not leave his house. Walking back into Lawton High School, seeing pity in everyone’s eyes was just another reality in his nightmare.Revenge wasn’t a pretty thing. Tallulah Liddell had found it was rather contro...

Details Losing the Field (The Field Party, #4)

TitleLosing the Field (The Field Party, #4)
Release DateAug 21st, 2018
PublisherSimon Pulse
GenreYoung Adult, Romance, Contemporary, Sports and Games, Sports

Reviews Losing the Field (The Field Party, #4)

  • Elyse Rosen
    September 2018:So...where is book 5? When is it coming out and does it follow Ryker or Asa? I need more - of Tallulah and Nash’s story. And I want to revisit the past 3 couples a bit. And just have more in general. So...um, where is The Field Party #5?When Added on TBR:But like, I’ve just BINGED the first 3 books and now I’m obsessed with this series. I need more immediately - how am I supposed to wait for August?
  • Jeraca
    I received this eARC novel from Edelweiss. This is my honest review. Release date: August 21, 2018Tallulah has always been called the fat girl at school. She gets made fun of, laughed at, and is the focus of many jokes among her classmates. Through it all, she just ignores it and does her own thing. But when her crush, Nash - who has always backed her up and been really nice to her, even though his friends are making fun of her - laughs at a joke...
  • Dawnie
    WARNING: RANT AHEAD!Also before i start this review let me just say this: I was super excited for this book, i LOVED the first book, i really enjoyed the second, wasn't super okay with the third in this series but still had very high hopes for this fourth book! I preordered it, got it today and read it in a day because i was so excited! i could not wait! So yes this review might seem harsh, but its true, especially compared to the other books in ...
  • ★ Belle The Bibliophile ★
    I hated every moment of it.
  • melissafandomworld
    Despite the fact that the writing on itself is really beautiful, as always, I wasn't able to rate this book any higher than a 3-star rating. In general, I really liked the main characters and their character development. I think it's so beautiful to see how strong Tallulah actually is after being bullied for years. She's the one Nash is going to lean on when he's in a dark place and I think it's so beautiful to see these two characters opening up...
  • Chelsea ❤Peril Please❤
    You know those daydreams you have for years . . . the ones you know won’t come true, but they get you through the day? An epic start to what turned out to be a total letdown of what we began with. This book legit started out with me fangirling and just knowing I had to have it on my shelf. I’m not kidding-within that first 20%, I was texting my friend and praising the glories that be, so excited that a cover so gorgeous would soon grace my s...
  • Megan Oneail
    I was provided with an eARC of this book in exchange for a fair review.Spoilers ahead.This book left a lot of bad tastes in my mouth. The summary seemed pretty basic for a contemporary; girl gets pretty, gets the guys she’s secretly loved, drama happens. However, it was allll over the place. First, I didn’t like the emphasis put on Tallulah being skinny now. It became the center of her story, rather than her size NOT mattering. Not the best m...
  • Kayla Brunson
    ARC provided via NetGalley for an honest review. Until Friday Night ⭑⭑⭑⭑⭑Under the Lights ⭑⭑After the Game ⭑⭑⭑I feel like disappointment is an understatement for how I’m feeling. I have been so excited to read this one since I heard that there was going to be another book. This series has been very up and down for me so I didn’t know what to expect. The whole premise of this book was Tallulah losing weight because of the p...
  • Leigh Collazo
    Hundreds more reviews like this one at Mrs. ReaderPants.REVIEW: I don't have a lot to say about this one. I didn't like it. Abbi Glines should stick to writing new adult romances. I have read all four Field Party books, and they seem to be getting worse with each installment. Here is a list of things that bothered me about Losing the Field:--Simple, choppy writing, similar to what you would see in a hi-lo book. --Overuse of "I" to begin sentences...
  • Jennifer
    3.5/5 starsLosing the Field is the fourth book in the YA Field Party series. These books are Young Adult contemporary romances.This book is set in Lawton, Alabama at the same high school as the previous books. However, IMO the other books were much more connected to each other. None of the previous narrators (West, Maggie, Brady, Riley, Willa, Gunner) are in this book at all. They have all graduated from high school. So this book looks at a new b...
  • Sobia
    This started off pretty well, but then turned into a mess, imo.Plus the heroine is one of those aggravating ones who forgives the hero too easily. He says sorry, once, and magically everything is hunky dory? My ass.
  • Taylor (Taylor Reads Books)
    This was terrible. One of our MCs is overweight and loses the weight for a guy. Once she shows up skinny everyone pays attention to her and she gets her guy. WHY COULDN'T SHE HAVE GOTTEN THE GUY AS AN OVERWEIGHT GIRL?!Our MC guy is shallow and self obsessed. Nash was nice to Tallulah when she was fat but showed no interest in her until she was skinny THEN he falls in love with her. This is a WONDERFUL message to teen girls or anyone really. Guys ...
  • Azrah
    (view spoiler)[Nash is an imbecile. And Haegan's character was unnecessary. (hide spoiler)]________ POPSUGAR Reading Challenge 2018 prompt: A book involving a sport
  • Gabby
    After reading the blurb, I'm not sure what I expected, but I'm not surprised that I was disappointed. I don't think Abbi Glines has the gravitas to write about these themes in an appropriate and inoffensive way, in the end, while she sometimes touched on good moments, it was lost in the typical (overused, outdated, pick your fighter) melodrama of a YA.
  • Krystal
    I liked it, didn't LOVE it.I honestly thought the addition of the (view spoiler)[ vlogger (hide spoiler)] was forced and didn't flow with the book at all. Same with the (view spoiler)[ creepy teacher (hide spoiler)]. It seemed like she had a tough time writing this one and settled with random conflicts.
  • Nicole Graham
  • Megan
    I think that this is the book out of the WHOLE Field Party Series that I had the most problems with. From the synopsis, you already know that this book is going to be dealing with a touchy subject, like an overweight girl getting humiliated by her longtime crush and his stupid friends. But this book is TRULY something else entirely. Not only does it deal with that, but it deals with an unwanted student teacher-relationship that went beyond an app...
  • Grace (gracefulreads)
    AFTER THE GAME features a fast-paced plot that just when readers think it’s slowing down, something happens that alters the story. Several entirely new characters are introduced who significantly shape the story. Told in alternating points of view of Nash and Tallulah, the overall arc of the story is similar to the other books in the series. The novel takes on serious issues that some teens face, and they make these 336 pages riveting.Tallulah ...
  • Shannon
    Well I just finished this book in a few hours and I have absolutely no idea how I feel about it. I can say that I was disappointed that none of my favourite characters from previous books made an appearance. Sure, Brady's name was mentioned. But what about the others? West & Maggie? Gunner & Willa? Riley & Bryony? Also, I am so sick of characters suddenly being noticed by guys because they lost weight. Yeah, Nash acknowledged that he was only att...
  • Tiffany
    three words to describe this book : high-school dramas. some of these dramas are completely unnecessary, but somehow i still enjoy it? i read the first book a few years ago and didn't really like it, which is why i never picked up the next books. but losing the field was just released a few days ago and after reading excerpt from riveted i became intrigued, so i read it. if you love high school dramas (lots of it), i think you'll enjoy this book....
  • thebookbitch
    Overall, I really enjoyed Losing the Field. It was a fun, quick read just like all of Abbi's books. However, some serious issues happened and I felt a lot of the resolutions were skimmed over and rushed into a page or two, where I felt it could have been a little fleshed out and given a true conclusion for the situations.
  • Samantha (WLABB)
    Rating: 3.5 StarsI am going to be upfront with telling you: I am a hardcore Abbi Glines fan. When I read her books, I expect a lot of drama, much of it OTT, sweet romances, strong friendships, and some characters with odd names. I would say that Glines delivered exactly what I have grown to expect in Losing the Field.The three football stars from the previous books had graduated, and we were starting over with the new generation of Lawton standou...
  • Amanda
    I have enjoyed quite a few of Abbi Glines books and have read all the book in this series to date, but for some reason I have a hard time getting into this series. I have struggled with each of the books, finding something I do like in each, but not enough to love the book. This latest book provided the same struggle.I liked Tallulah, she was a nice character she had her insecurities, but she had a nice personality. I liked that she hated to see ...
  • Michelle Monroe
    I really enjoyed this story of being lost, finding ones self, friendship, love, loss, heartache... it deals with so many things and it’s brought together beautifully. The writing is great, the narrators (I purchased the audio and listened) were really good at bringing the characters voices to life. They did a great job. Tallulah was a great character, she is the epitome of what some girls go through in HS. Being overweight most of her life, she...
  • Kelly (the book hussy)
    “She made me laugh. Made me want other things. She made me want to find a new dream. Losing the field wasn’t as important to me as it had been.”3.5 StarsI’ve really enjoyed this young adult series by Abbi. I don’t remember Tallulah and Nash from the other books, so it felt like a stand-alone. This was sweet and painful at times. Tallulah had such a kind soul. So sweet and innocent and naive. “In my mind, Nash Lee was my hero. He was ...
  • Micheala
    I agree with a lot of the reviews below. I think Tallulah losing weight was for all the wrong reasons. She heard her crush laugh at her, so she did it to get revenge on him. It’s not a good message at all! But she doesn’t stick through too well. When she does go back to school, she follows none of her plans an instead falls for him almost right away. After being friendly with Asa, who still really needs his own book. Then the teacher thing. S...
  • Darcy
    I've read almost every Abbi Glines book I could get my hands on. They're typically quick reads, and it's nice to see returning characters. So this one is part of The Field Party series and focuses on Tallulah and Nash.Tallulah has always been the fat girl at school, constantly made fun of and is the butt of many jokes thanks to her classmates. Her crush, Nash, who has been kind to her for years, laughs when a classmate makes fun of her, and it st...
  • Jackie Kiwibooknerd
    Sometimes I am not sure why I subject myself to these books. I guess a part of me is still wishing they were all as good as the books in the previous years. Now while this was not the worst book I have read by Abbi Glines, it still was a little OTT. P.S. Teens if a guy treats you like absolute crap and does not even have the courtesy to listen to you before he makes assumptions and treats you like a whore...It does not matter how cute he is, or h...