Nick and norahs infinite playlist book review
Nick & Norah's Infinite Playlist by Rachel CohnThank you! On to another club, through various hardcore bands, rain on a Sunday morning, an encounter in the ice and soda alcove at the Marriott Marquis—all the while rooting for these smart-mouthed, but vulnerable teens to reach each other through all the kissing and music. Sensual and full of texture. There was a problem adding your email address. Please try again.
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Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist
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The contemporary realistic fiction novel Nick and Norah's Infinite Playlist by Rachel Cohn and David Levithan is a wonderful literary adventure that shows readers that in just one night, anything is possible. It starts off with Nick, after seeing his recent ex-girlfriend Tris at his band's show, simply asking the girl standing next to him if she wouldn't mind being his girlfriend for the next five minutes. This girl, being Norah, answered his question with an unexpected kiss. This kiss starts the roller coaster of a Saturday night for two teens in Manhattan, with twists and turns that constantly leave the reader wanting to know more about the five-minute couple of Nick and Norah. This book allows readers to tag along on Nick and Norah's first date, and watch them fall in and out and in and out of love with each other, and help one another be able to gain closure on previous heartbreaks. We are able to see how wonderful it is to be young and in love with the person standing right next to you, the moment you are in, and the song that is playing making the moment even more memorable.
This compulsively readable novel takes place in less than 24 hours. At a New York club one night, Nick convinces a stranger to pose as his girlfriend in order to fool Tris, the girl who broke his heart.
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Common Sense says
I was very excited to begin reading this book due to the reviews from my friends, I had very high expectations and let's just say they were fulfilled. The book is written in the narrative of two characters, Nick and Norah, who meet at a concert and become boyfriend and girlfriend for 5 minutes. It continues into their adventures of their night together and how these bring them closer together when they realise how many similarities they have. This is an unconventional love story that shows a couple brought together by their love of a band and their desperation to prove people wrong. Each event is shown from one character's point of view and you have the inside thoughts of each of them. You have an overlap of the other's views on the event.