Girls of July by Alex Flinn

Girls of July

Four girls. One unforgettable July.Britta is the bubbly drama queen. She needs to get away—and a peaceful cabin in the woods sounds like the perfect escape.Meredith is the overachiever. She’s spent her entire life preparing for college, but at what cost? Now she’s wondering if that’s all there is.Kate is the reluctant socialite. She’s searching for a reason to begin again after fleeing her small Georgia town—and a shameful family secr...

Details Girls of July

TitleGirls of July
Release DateJun 4th, 2019
GenreYoung Adult, Contemporary, Realistic Fiction

Reviews Girls of July

  • Pamela
    Three very different young women, still in high school, decide, independently, to share a cabin with another young woman and her grandmother for the month of July in the Adirondack mountains with no cell coverage, no malls, and none of the other advantages of city life. Each told themselves they needed to get away from their lives. None of the three city girls are prepared for what they find in the mountains. For instance, the grandmother decides...
  • Andria
    A charming and empathetic story of friendship and overcoming differences. Four girls share a cabin for a month in the Adirondack mountains - each has her own reasons for wanting to escape to the middle of nowhere and is facing important decisions about her future. Chapters alternate between the girls' perspectives, but their characters are distinctly and deftly drawn, making it easy to keep the various storylines separate. Sweet but not cloying, ...
  • Jamie
    Cuuuuutte. So cute that on a day where I planned on reading a ton of books for a sales meeting I read the entirety of this nearly 500-page tome. The characters read a little young but this is just purely sweet. A little bit of a Traveling Pants feel.
  • Sarah
    *Review is of an advanced reader copyI have long enjoyed books about summer camp. Much more so than I enjoyed the actual summer camp experience myself. (Because it is awfully nice to have the comfort of my own bed and a non-communal shower with ample hot water.) Girls of July, although not exactly a summer camp story, has the summer camp feel. (How many times will I use the term "summer camp" throughout this review?) The novel is akin to The Sist...
  • Marie
    Thank you to Edelweiss for providing me with an eArc of this book. It has not affected my opinions or my review.Unfortunately, this book is one that fell flat for me. I feel like the storylines of the four girls turned out to be stereotypical and cliche without enough depth to bring them to life, and the story revolved around the messages (too obvious) instead of the characters taking me on a journey to discover them along the way. We had: the ov...
  • Angie
    This book surprised me in so many ways! I didn’t expect to love it as much as I did. The characters are all so inspiring and the different plot lines really bring everyone together. I strongly recommend picking this book up. It is a very inspiring summer read.
  • Mia K
    Love. Love. LOVE! I loved this book so much. I loved all of their extra adventures. I loved them together. I loved the love. This book...
  • Vika Ryabova
    Хороший подростковый роман о том, как действительно разные девушки, оказавшись на месяц "запертыми" в одном уединенном доме в лесу, постепенно учатся думать не только о своих проблемах, видеть истинный характер других людей, помогать друг другу и...
  • Becky
    For a more in-depth review watch:, Meredith, Kate, and Spider are not friends but they will spend July together in a cabin in the Adirondack mountains. Each girl will learn more about themselves and come to terms with their family's issues during this month.I really wanted to like this book but it just didn't work for me. The characters only felt halfway developed and their issues all resolved themse...
  • Teenage Reads
    Plot:Each of them came for a reason. Britta from her mother’s creepy boyfriend, Meredith from the Ivy League college application she was supposed to be writing, Kate from her father’s scandal and Spider going back to the place where her family isolated her. Found in the rural New England area lies a cabin that belongs to Ruthie, Spider’s grandmother. Spider’s family used to come to the cottage every summer, but with her family no longer g...
  • Sarah
    I received this as an eARC from Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review.Four girls will share stories, when they all spend a few weeks together in a remote cabin. Spider and her grandmother own the summer cabin. Together, they decide to host three strangers for a few weeks. Spider has a hard time connecting with others because of her painful disease which physically keeps her from doing the same activities as her peers. Getting to know new peo...
  • Brianna
    I love books like this, where you have multiple characters and they get a chapter just in their point of view. Meredith and Britta go to the same school, but Meredith is super studious and Britta is more free spirited. When Britta convinces her to go away for a month to New York it’s the perfect escape for Britta, if Meredith can just get on board and stop being stuck in a book. Kate is being shuffled off because her dad is stuck in a scandal a...
  • Bickering Book Reviews
    For a more in-depth review watch: Rating: This book had an interesting premise but Flinn never developed any of the storylines enough to hook you. The book is long and it felt long however there are parts with which some readers may connection especially Spider’s storyline.
  • McKenzi
    Slow and steady for this book. It took me some time to into the different POVs and getting to know each girl. Once I got a decent way into the story then the plot began to pick up. I enjoyed the story and how bonds were formed over 31 days. I enjoyed getting to know each characters personal life and struggles then watch them overcome them.
  • Joanne
    Loved the characters, loved the alternating chapters, loved the premise of the book!
  • Molly
    Decent read but nothing to go crazy over. Good filler.Plot had potential, but fell just a tiny bit short. Characters were the same; could have been amazing but just fell flat.
  • Kaitlin
    This was a super cute story following 4 teenage girls as they spend a summer together forming unlikely friendships. They were all so different and real, I enjoyed this book!
  • Lovisa
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