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summary Freshers 108 ☆ ❀ Freshers kindle Epub ❄ Author Tom Ellen – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Uni beckons Phoebe can't wait to be a fresher especially since her crush from school will be there too She'll be totally different at Uni cooler prettier smarter the perfect potential girlfriend She'l Uni beckons Phoebe can't wait to be a fresher especially sinH his ex Thrown head first into a world of new friends parties and social media disasters can Phoebe and Luke survive the year let alone find each othe. ✨35 stars✨I haven’t posted a proper review in months and this is the first book I’ve finished so far this year so I feel like a bit of a fake but I do have a good genuine reason university So it feels uite fitting that this book is my return to goodreads This book wasn’t necessarily anything special but it was real It was realistic and I felt like at any point all of the events of the book could be happening to the people around me at uni and it wouldn’t be at all out of place It definitely captured the essence of the first term of uni and having just finished my own first term of uni it was really comforting Phoebe Negin and Frankie are adorable I love love love their friendship and the comfortableness of them all draped in their duvets half the time just living their lives together Their dynamic definitely helps to emphasise Luke’s isolated experience especially in the face of his expectations of making friends in the same way The accuracy of the uni experience that this book conveys really made it hard for me at times to decide who was in the right and who was in the wrong I adore moral ambiguity and I felt sorry for both Luke and Phoebe at times when I knew that technically I should probably be judging them a little bit The things I enjoyed the most were actually the little details the constant cups of tea; the weird ways in which drinks are mixed at pre’s bathtubs buckets and spades washing up bowls you name it someone’s mixing vodka in it; Luke walking into the wrong lecture and just rolling with it Silly things that made me giggle and say ‘yep that sounds about right’ Luke and Phoebe study English and so do I so I must admit there were mentions of things that made me think ‘nooo I’m reading this for fun please don’t remind me of the work I need to do ’ cough Sir Gawain and the Green Knight cough but for the most part I really enjoyed the similarities and things I could relate to regarding their courseWhat I liked the most about this book is the emphasis on the fact that people are than they appear No matter what you think a person is like they are still a person and have so much under the surface than you can see from afar I loved the fact that Phoebe realises this with Mary whilst she is amazing once she gets to know her it’s different than the character of her that the girls had previously created just from seeing her around I wasn’t really a fan of the writing style I have to admit sometimes things felt under explained or unfinished and it meant I had to reread things at times in order for them to make sense Despite this though I did really enjoy this book and I want to try and read YA books set at university because it’s not something I’ve come across that freuently It was fun and easy to read and it’s been on my shelf for bloody ages so I’m really happy I finally got round to reading it

FreshersH his ex Thrown head first into a world of new friends parties and social media disasters can Phoebe and Luke survive the year let alone find each othe. ✨35 stars✨I haven’t posted a proper review in months and this is the first book I’ve finished so far this year so I feel like a bit of a fake but I do have a good genuine reason university So it feels uite fitting that this book is my return to goodreads This book wasn’t necessarily anything special but it was real It was realistic and I felt like at any point all of the events of the book could be happening to the people around me at uni and it wouldn’t be at all out of place It definitely captured the essence of the first term of uni and having just finished my own first term of uni it was really comforting Phoebe Negin and Frankie are adorable I love love love their friendship and the comfortableness of them all draped in their duvets half the time just living their lives together Their dynamic definitely helps to emphasise Luke’s isolated experience especially in the face of his expectations of making friends in the same way The accuracy of the uni experience that this book conveys really made it hard for me at times to decide who was in the right and who was in the wrong I adore moral ambiguity and I felt sorry for both Luke and Phoebe at times when I knew that technically I should probably be judging them a little bit The things I enjoyed the most were actually the little details the constant cups of tea; the weird ways in which drinks are mixed at pre’s bathtubs buckets and spades washing up bowls you name it someone’s mixing vodka in it; Luke walking into the wrong lecture and just rolling with it Silly things that made me giggle and say ‘yep that sounds about right’ Luke and Phoebe study English and so do I so I must admit there were mentions of things that made me think ‘nooo I’m reading this for fun please don’t remind me of the work I need to do ’ cough Sir Gawain and the Green Knight cough but for the most part I really enjoyed the similarities and things I could relate to regarding their courseWhat I liked the most about this book is the emphasis on the fact that people are than they appear No matter what you think a person is like they are still a person and have so much under the surface than you can see from afar I loved the fact that Phoebe realises this with Mary whilst she is amazing once she gets to know her it’s different than the character of her that the girls had previously created just from seeing her around I wasn’t really a fan of the writing style I have to admit sometimes things felt under explained or unfinished and it meant I had to reread things at times in order for them to make sense Despite this though I did really enjoy this book and I want to try and read YA books set at university because it’s not something I’ve come across that freuently It was fun and easy to read and it’s been on my shelf for bloody ages so I’m really happy I finally got round to reading it

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Freshers ↠ Ier smarter the perfect potential girlfriend She'll reinvent herself completely But Luke's oblivious still reeling from the fallout of the break up wit. I met both authors last year at a book signing for Freshers I was super excited to read this one as there isn't many YA novels that are set during the start of University life Overall I was pleasantly surprised by most of the humour featured and the settings of a University campusFreshers follows Phoebe and Luke both are first year students at University but went to school together It mostly follows their life living in halls of residence and meeting new people Some of the drinking scenes were a little uncomfortable and I couldn't relate to them much as I'm an non alcoholic The Harry Potter udditch references were the best the dialogue made the story flow well Some of the behaviour at times was uite naughty but I honestly do appreciate this new perspective on a Contemporary YA I would happily read books by both authors and would recommend to readers aged 16 free download ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF æ Tom Ellen

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Tom Ellen æ 8 download Uni beckons Phoebe can't wait to be a fresher especially since her crush from school will be there too She'll be totally different at Uni cooler prett. It's very early to call it but I'm calling it Freshers is the funniest YA book of the year It's snort tea out of your nose hilarious It also totally nails the chaotic giddiness of being a university student YA readers will completely relate whereas older readers will grin uncontrollably with nostalgia However in amongst all the laughter Lucy and Tom tackle the darker and deeper issues lurking in student life behind stolen traffic cones The books expertly explores campus culture of toxic masculinity loneliness male mental health issues and navigating unhealthy romantic relationships It's a noticeable maturing of voice for the duo and yet fans of Lobsters will be anything but disappointed