The Big Crunch

The Big Crunch

Book - 2011
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June is starting at her sixth school in four years when she meets Wes, who has just broken up with a girlfriend, and although they do not share an instant or intense connection, attraction turns to love and they wonder where it will lead.
Publisher: New York : Scholastic Press, c2011
Edition: 1st ed
ISBN: 9780545240758
0545240751
Characteristics: 280 p. ; 21 cm

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violet_panda_971
Nov 05, 2015

The book flap had June's name wrong. Its not Jen, it's June!

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Kishan
Jun 28, 2014

Didn't know what the plot was, but couldn't put the book down. Amazing!

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Jazwoo
Jan 27, 2013

No idea why the plot summary on the book itself calls the main girl Jen when her name is June and isn't called anything else the whole book besides Junie. Great book though. Highly recommend it :D

KJtheEpicFailure Aug 14, 2012

June and Wes are so cute! I was really rooting for their relationship throughout the course of the novel. A really enjoyable read!

branch_reviews Mar 14, 2012

Jen’s family has to move to different towns all over the country because of her Dad’s job. Jen has to make new friends where ever she goes. This is frustrating and hard to do because you can’t get too close to people when you know you will be moving on. Well, Jen falls in love with Wes and things are different. They dream about the “Big Crunch” coming so things will stay the same. Long distance romance works for a while with texting and phone calls until Wes decides to travel cross country and visit Jen. His simple plan goes terribly wrong. Reviewed by CP

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branch_reviews Mar 06, 2012

Jen’s family has to move to different towns all over the country because of her Dad’s job. Jen has to make new friends where ever she goes. This is frustrating and hard to do because you can’t get too close to people when you know you will be moving on. Well, Jen falls in love with Wes and things are different. They dream about the “Big Crunch” coming so things will stay the same. Long distance romance works for a while with texting and phone calls until Wes decides to travel cross country and visit Jen. His simple plan goes terribly wrong.
Reviewed by CP

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