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Paperback , pages. Published January by Suma de letras first published More Details Other Editions 5. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Lovebook , please sign up. Veo muchos comentarios negativos. See 1 question about Lovebook…. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. Sort order. Start your review of Lovebook. Jun 27, Oana Ciurdarean rated it liked it.

What a sweet and funny book. Very realistic for our days. A little girl falls for a boy from her school. Thanks to Facebook, they meet again and fall in love with each other. Jun 26, Laura rated it did not like it. Worst book I read in the last 3 years Feb 18, Layla Hernandez added it Shelves: read-and-reviewed. It's a good romance story but a bit slow during times.

The plot wasn't really that entertaining and the writing style wasn't my favorite but if you want a short quick read then this book would work. Sep 30, Ada Angharad rated it it was ok. The book is really, really trying to be hip and cool. But for me, in it's a little bit too late to get excited about a Face book love. And what's up with her gay best friend?

Why does he have to be a caricature small doggie, outspoken, loud and gaudy? Why does the writer squeamishly tries to make cultural references to Sex and the City, Brittney and Kevin a. The entire book feels forced, but nevertheless, if you are a teen, go ahead. You will have a blast! I could not find any sympat The book is really, really trying to be hip and cool. I could not find any sympathy neither towards the pitiful Solidea nor the calculated Eduardo.

And did I mention that Solidea has a fixation towards Paris? Mar 13, Claudia Marcela rated it it was ok Shelves: Solidea has a first love, a childhood love. But what would happen if she found him again on facebook years after?

Talk to him, of course. The plot seemed interesting, but I really didn't like how she is down when her ex boyfriend is dating someone else, and then she is happy when rediscovers her first love, and then she is again down when that doesn't go very well. Why Solidea's life have to depend of her love life? Her mood is so changing depending on the relationship or the lack of one she is Solidea has a first love, a childhood love.

Her mood is so changing depending on the relationship or the lack of one she is having at the moment, that I really don't see how is that healthy. Jun 27, Simona rated it liked it Shelves: love.

If there is real love, there is no need to cross the mountains and swim the seas in order to find your lover. He might be standing next to you and you not even knowing it. Romantic, easy and simple book but it turned out to be quite optimistic and not so cheesy.

I really liked that the story was told in two voices, from her and his point of view. This book was a fluffy romantic story, where a woman finds again her childhood love It's a story for an evening where you need to believe that true love can happen and be as romantic as in the movies. Aug 05, Loredana Bookinista08 rated it really liked it. I loved this book! I gave it only 4 stars because it is no masterpiece, but it warmed my soul like no other.

The story seemed pretty real, it was only a weeny teeny bit cheesy. I definitely recommend it for a fun, light summer read! Jul 16, Andra rated it it was amazing. Very beautiful love story, with lots of twists and turns. Jul 12, Estefany rated it liked it. The worst book that I readed in the history, stupid story, stupid characters, I thought of the girl as a girl with a pathetic life.

Dec 08, Kary rated it it was amazing. It gives you a good story from this days. I really liked it. You can even daydream about him. Apr 21, Valeria Zapata rated it it was amazing. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Readers also enjoyed. Young Adult. About Simona Sparaco. Simona Sparaco. Ha poi frequentato diversi corsi di scrittura creativa, tra cui il master della scuola Holden di Torino. Per Newton Compton ha pubblicato i romanzi Lovebook e Bastardi senza amore, tradotto anche in lingua inglese.

Vive tra Roma e Singapore. Books by Simona Sparaco. Related Articles. Fans of Sarah MacLean know her as a writer of historical romances, a passionate defender of the romance genre, and a creator of some truly pun-tast Read more Trivia About Lovebook. No trivia or quizzes yet. Welcome back.

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