Girls of July

Girls of July Review

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 secret.

Spider is the quiet intellectual. She’s struggling with pain that has isolated her from her peers for much of her life.

When these four very different young women stay together for a month in the mountains, they discover that sometimes getting away from it all can only bring you back to who you really are.

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    Girls of July Reviews

  •  Amelia

    This book is 480 pages long...which is 180 pages too much. I love contemporary summer-friendship reads as much as the next person...but not when they're almost 500 pages long ;_; It was just too much ...

  • Samantha (WLABB)

    Four very different young women, looking for an escape, find themselves sharing a cabin in the mountains. At first, they only seem to see their differences, but as they take the time to scratch beneat...

  • 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 middl...

  • 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 pur...

  • 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...

  • Michelle

    My full review can be found on the Epilie Aspie Chick blog!  I loved this book from page one and couldn't put it down! These four girls are so real that you can feel what they're going through. Each ...

  • Andria Sedig

    I really enjoyed the overall character growth and character connections in this book. This book didn't feel as plot driven as I typically like, but the character driven storylines really drew me in an...

  • 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 c...

  • J.T. Dutton

    Sometime in about seventh or eighth grade, I lost the brash confidence I had as a ten to twelve year old and at thirteen devised new ways to keep people around me. Instead of relying on common interes...

  • Cindy Mitchell *Kiss the Book*

    Girls of July by Alex Flinn, 470 pages. HarperTeen (Harper Collins), 2019. $18.Language: R (38 swears, 0 “f”); Mature Content PG13; Violence: G; BUYING ADVISORY: MS HS – ADVISABLEAUDIENCE APPEAL...