[Epub] Anna K. By Jenny Lee – Submitalink.info

[Epub] Anna K.  By Jenny    Lee – Submitalink.info Every Happy Teenage Girl Is The Same, While Every Unhappy Teenage Girl Is Miserable In Her Own Special WayMeet Anna K At Seventeen, She Is At The Top Of Manhattan And Greenwich Society Even If She Prefers The Company Of Her Horses And Newfoundland Dogs She Has The Perfect If Perfectly Boring Boyfriend, Alexander W And She Has Always Made Her Korean American Father Proud Even If He Can Be A Little Controlling Meanwhile, Anna S Brother, Steven, And His Girlfriend, Lolly, Are Trying To Weather An Sexting Scandal Lolly S Little Sister, Kimmie, Is Struggling To Recalibrate To Normal Life After An Injury Derails Her Ice Dancing Career And Steven S Best Friend, Dustin, Is Madly And One Sidedly In Love With KimmieAs Her Friends Struggle With The Pitfalls Of Ordinary Teenage Life, Anna Always Seems To Be Able To Sail Gracefully Above It All That Is Until The Night She Meets Alexia Count Vronsky At Grand Central A Notorious Playboy Who Has Bounced Around Boarding Schools And Who Lives For His Own Pleasure, Alexia Is Everything Anna Is Not But He Has Never Been In Love Until He Meets Anna, And Maybe She Hasn T, Either As Alexia And Anna Are Pulled Irresistibly Together, She Has To Decide How Much Of Her Life She Is Willing To Let Go For The Chance To Be With Him And When A Shocking Revelation Threatens To Shatter Their Relationship, She Is Forced To Question If She Has Ever Known Herself At AllDazzlingly Opulent And Emotionally Riveting, Anna K A Love Story Is A Brilliant Reimagining Of Leo Tolstoy S Timeless Love Story, Anna Karenina But Above All, It Is A Novel About The Dizzying, Glorious, Heart Stopping Experience Of First Love And First Heartbreak


10 thoughts on “Anna K.

  1. Melanie Melanie says:

    I m already in love with this


  2. alexandra alexandra says:

    likely closer to 4 5 but reading the author s note really upped it up and now i want to read Anna Karenina and am fucking emo


  3. Bethany Bethany says:

    I suspect this is going to be a very polarizing book This modern YA retelling of Anna Karenina is what I would call The Goldfinch meets Gossip Girl, but with awareness of racism and privilege, not to mention a much diverse cast of characters It is smart, darkly tragic, but manages to end on a bittersweet note This is a book that will make you feel things and leave you thinking, regardless of whether


  4. TL TL says:

    I won this via goodreads giveaways in exchange for an honest review All my opinions are my own Pure escapism fun Sometimes you just want to turn off your brain and go with it.


  5. Jordy’s Book Club Jordy’s Book Club says:

    QUICK TAKE if dessert was a book, it would be ANNA K So light and fun, like GOSSIP GIRL meets CRAZY RICH ASIANS Loved all of the characters and the way Jenny contemporized a classic for a new audience A must read


  6. Emma Emma says:

    The ARC of this book was provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review 4.25 5 StarsThis was so much fun to read I didn t know how much I needed a YA retelling of Anna Karenina until I read this one I believe the perfect way to describe this book is to tell you to imagine a mix amongst Gossip Girl, Crazy Rich Asians and Anna Karenina That s pretty much it and I mean this in


  7. Maria Zuppardi Maria Zuppardi says:

    Not only my first 5 star read of the year finally, but my first ugly cry Ugh Anyways, full review to come in a few days


  8. mindful.librarian ☀️ mindful.librarian ☀️ says:

    DNF 20 pages in The good thing is it cemented my goal of NEVER reading Anna Karenina, and created a new goal of never attempting to read any retellings of it All in all a productive reading experience free review copy


  9. The Candid Cover (Olivia & Lori) The Candid Cover (Olivia & Lori) says:

    Review to come


  10. Stacy Fetters Stacy Fetters says:

    DNF 30%Trashy and messy are two things that I thrive on because it s my life but this was like a dumpster fire that I needed to back away from I went into this with an open mind because it was compared to things that I ve never read or watched before So I tried to stay positive but shortly after I started reading this I had an epiphany It came crystal clear why I never read or watched those things It s because I don t d


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