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    “I’ve left some clues for you.If you want them, turn the page.If you don’t, put the book back on the shelf, please.”

    So begins the latest whirlwind romance from the New York Times best-selling authors of Nick & Norah’s Infinite Playlist. Lily has left a red notebook full of challenges on a favorite bookstore shelf, waiting for just the right guy to come along and accept its dares. But is Dash that right guy? Or are Dash and Lily only destined to trade dares, dreams, and desires in the notebook they pass back and forth at locations across New York? Could their in-person selves possibly connect as well as their notebook versions? Or will they be a comic mismatch of disastrous proportions?

    Rachel Cohn and David Levithan have written a love story that will have listeners perusing bookstore shelves, looking and longing for a love (and a red notebook) of their own.

    ©2010 Rachel Cohn and David Levithan (P)2010 Listening Library

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    • Arwen
    • 04/07/2011

    Missed the Mark

    This story was a cute idea poorly executed. Some passages of the writing were quite clever, while too many of them tried too hard with the cutsey/trying not to be cutsey New York too-clever-and-hip-for-you language. Also, I did not find it believable that the two main characters could be a couple: while the young man comes across as an intelligent and nice person (who may be open-minded to any number of possibilities) the girl just plain seems too young for him. Her maturity and (lack-of) experience just seems too far behind where he is in life. Through the notebook you do get the hint that they might indeed be compatible - only, in a few years after she's "grown up" a little more. To be more convincing, the female voice needed to sound just a little bit older. Also, I found the ending a bit anti-climactic. So, I regret to say this did not win me over.

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    • Suanne
    • 03/12/2010

    Review on the book

    I have purchased the audiobook because I am SO enamoured with the print copy. I received it in prepublication and the the narrative just sings. It is one of the best written books I've read in a long time, and as a high school librarian, believe me, I read a lot of YA books. Every student I have recommended the book to as well has adored it.

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    • Edward Raymond Shea Jr.
    • 26/11/2020

    Show was better :(

    90% of the time, the book is better, but in this case I found that the Netflix show was much more enjoyable. The show took the characters and made them more believable and likable. For instance, Dash’s good friend Boomer is annoyingly stupid in the book, but the show makes him into a real human. The show also wrangles in Dash’s obnoxious and pretentious personality to make him more approachable. Lily comes off as too childish in the book and much more realistic in the show. Also, how the show deals with her childhood trama is much more relatable and heartbreaking.

    The book was good in a goofy don’t take serious type of way, but the show caught all the cuteness of the book and developed it more believably and only cut the over the top scenes. The flow of the show was just better.

    The narrators did a good job, but the way Ryan Gesell narrated Lily’s dialogue made me hate her. Tara Sands did a good job of Dash’s dialogue.

    Overall, the book was enjoyable enough. I can’t decide if I will just wait for season two or listen to book two.

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    • Amazon Customer
    • 15/02/2020

    Uses the F bomb way too much

    Story started out interesting but then the author started using the F bomb alot and I quit reading it.

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    • Zachary
    • 11/12/2016

    Who is the target audience??

    This book is for young readers yet the main male character says he's 16 and talks as if he's a 23 year old college student and the main girl who's supposedly 16 acts 12. There's a weird scene with the boy having to put his hands down Santa's shirt, the boys best friend acts super young and they go see a cartoon movie and reference it as romantic. I read in the young section as an adult, but this was all over the place as to who the author is writing for.

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    • Ashley O.
    • 04/12/2016

    Girl Narrator Issues

    Book was a cute Christmas young adult book which was easy to follow but interesting enough to keep me listening. My problem was with the girl narrator. While she did sound like a sassy teenage girl, I know myself as a teenager would not have appreciated the "valley girl" voice that the character was given. I waited patiently for the boy narrations so I could relax back into the story, the girl voice got on my nerves.

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    • Sash & Em: A Tale of Two Bookies
    • 13/08/2012

    Perfect Christmas/Holiday Read

    Dash and Lily. They’re two different people, living two different lives. But they just might have a mutual “friend”. This is the story of how a red moleskin notebook brings them together. Coincidentally and Destiny-tally?

    This is the PERFECT Christmas/Holiday Read. It starts on the 21st of December (when I started reading it!) and goes through New Year’s Day! It brings out the best of the holiday spirit – Lily is full of generosity! But Dash is who stole my heart! Oh, you cynical self proclaiming word-nerd, how you stole my heart! Some people might still think Dash is “snarly” but I enjoyed his dry sarcastic ways! And the audiobook really brought out Dash’s humor.

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    • Anna Christine
    • 21/01/2021

    Not bad, but...

    Not bad, but I think I actually liked the Netflix show better. To be fair I watched the show better I listened to the book and yes, the book was good, but I definitely think I enjoyed the plot and happenings of the show better.

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    • Ice Chewer
    • 28/12/2020

    Left me shocked

    I wouldnt recommend this for teens to read, it had bad language and frankly this is whats wrong with our world today, thinking this is fine faire for teens to read, its not, not at all. Adults, yes, if they choose to read about being gay and bad language, go for it.

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    • Alexandra
    • 07/12/2020

    Obnoxious Narrator!

    The narrator for Lily delivered the most grating, irritating performance I’ve ever heard on Audible. Dash’s narrator was fine. It’s hard to score performance with two narrators, but Lily was so awful, I had to go for the lower side of the scoring. From a fake Puerto Rican accent for Benny that sounded like a weird amalgam of Eastern European accents to portraying Lily’s character as predominantly whiny to the extent that the words sounded slurred, I am so disappointed. Lily is meant to be a naive but intelligent and resourceful character. It would have been nice to hear a narrator with enough nuance to pull that off. I think this person was just cast for being young sounding.

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    • Hannah
    • 24/02/2017

    Teenager Christmas love story

    The reviews of this book are pretty mixed. Some people find it pretentious, others find it cute, so perhaps you want to listen to it first. I found it cute and original. Two interesting teenagers - one a cynical booklover whose biggest dream is to own the complete Oxford English dictionary, the other a naively sweet Christmas fan with a professional dog walking service - meet through a sort of treasure hunt through winterly New York. I do find the two a bit weird as a couple because Lilly comes across as so much more childlike than grumpy Dash, but it was still a sweet story that I enjoyed. The book is quite complete in itself, but there is a sequel which takes place one year later. It is a bit darker than the first book, but also a good read. So if you don't have enough of them, you can get another glimpse into Dash and Lilly's story!

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