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By Ann Brashares | Comments: ( 943 ) | Date: ( May 29, 2020 )

With a bit of last summer s sand in the pockets, the Traveling Pants and the sisterhood who wears them Lena, Tibby, Bridget, and Carmen embark on their second summer together.Bridget Impulsively sets off for Alabama, wanting to both confront her demons about her family and avoid them all at once.Lena Spends a blissful week with Kostos, making the unexplainable silence thWith a bit of last summer s sand in the pockets, the Traveling Pants and the sisterhood who wears them Lena, Tibby, Bridget, and Carmen embark on their second summer together.Bridget Impulsively sets off for Alabama, wanting to both confront her demons about her family and avoid them all at once.Lena Spends a blissful week with Kostos, making the unexplainable silence that follows his visit even painful Carmen Is concerned that her mother is making a fool of herself over a man When she discovers that her mother borrowed the Pants to wear on a date, she s certain of it.Tibby Not about to spend another summer working at Wallman s, she takes a film course only to find it s what happens off camera that teaches her the most.

  • Title: The Second Summer of the Sisterhood
  • Author: Ann Brashares
  • ISBN: 9781741663686
  • Page: 439
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Ann Brashares

Ann Brashares grew up in Chevy Chase, Maryland, with three brothers and attended a Quaker school in the D.C area called Sidwell Friends She studied Philosophy at Barnard College, part of Columbia University in New York City Expecting to continue studying philosophy in graduate school, Ann took a year off after college to work as an editor, hoping to save money for school Loving her job, she never went to graduate school, and instead, remained in New York City and worked as an editor for many years Ann made the transition from editor to full time writer with her first novel, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants Ann and her husband live with their three children in New York.

Comments The Second Summer of the Sisterhood

  • Saleh MoonWalker

    Onvan : The Second Summer of the Sisterhood (Sisterhood, #2) - Nevisande : Ann Brashares - ISBN : 385731051 - ISBN13 : 9780385731058 - Dar 373 Safhe - Saal e Chap : 2003

  • Trina (Between Chapters)

    I didn't like this one as much as the first book and I'm not sure if that's because I was so familiar with the first book due to the movie, or what.Carmen - I can relate to her the most, but her plot was kind of melodramatic this time in my opinion. One thing I really don't understand is her relationship with her step-brother. When did they get close? Tibby - I was pretty disappointed in Tibby, and while it's realistic that she wouldn't have changed overnight after the events of book 1, I just w [...]

  • Lani

    I wasn't terribly impressed with the first book, but I was interested enough in the characters to want to read more. I am so glad I did!This book seemed more realistically teenaged-girl, both the good and bad. The girls had to face things in their lives that they could avoid as children, and came out stronger.Though other people criticized the way that Bee changed, I thought it was actually a pretty accurate depiction of a girl hurt by her early sexual experience. Teenagers experiment with their [...]

  • Tanya (Girl Plus Books)

    Third Read: August 22-27, 2016Second Read: May 2009Original Read: March 2004My re-read of the series continues this time on audio book. All so I can *finally* read the final book in the series, Sisterhood Everlasting.I found that I was annoyed by most of the girls (with the exception of Bridget) all through this second book in the series. Carmen - Carmen behaved like an abominable brat for 90% of the book. Her reaction to her mother daring to date and basically have a life made me want to smack [...]

  • Victoria Scott

    Yes, Ann Brashares does it again! Who knew the second book could be as good as the first?You'd think the plot wouldn't work as well, with Tibby so close to home, and Lena and Carmen not going away. But somehow, it still worked. Yes, the girls saw each other a lot more often. But they still talked online, or sent little postcards to each other. They still made it seem they were apart, even when they were five minutes away. And those conversations are what I really love. The letters that break up [...]

  • Shannon (leaninglights)

    I love the honesty in these books - they really are something special. They tackle a variety of issues and these four girls are some of the realest and relatable ones in young adult contemporary. And you want female friendships? CHECK CHECK CHECK, this series is overflowing with women holding up other women and it's just wonderful and was really ahead of it's time and I just love it soooo much. On to reread book 3!! :D

  • Cassie

    Better than the first. The ending made me angry and sad though. Poor, poor Lena.

  • Victoria

    The pants are back! Here they are to give these wonderful friends the summer they have all been waiting for. I hope this book is as good as the first one! As same as in the first book of the sisterhood the author Ann Brashares uses the technique of putting for stories in 1 because each friend is living a different life, this author uses a great word choice “ whirlwind, hiatus, clunking, but’ she doesn’t use much word repetition, and I also love how she characterizes the new characters and [...]

  • RavenclawReadingRoom

    First things first: I want the shoes that the model on the cover of this edition is wearing. Because they're wonderful and I need them. Onto the book itself - I kind of wanted to strangle all of the characters. First of all? WASH THOSE FUCKING JEANS. I'm sorry, but you cannot pass a pair of jeans between four teenage girls over the course of two summers and NOT get blood on them at some point. Also, it's summer. In Washington D.C. It's humid as shit. And Bridget plays soccer in them. WASH THE JE [...]

  • Cindy

    It took me much longer to get through the second book then the first. To be honest, it was painful to read most of the time. I continue to detest Carmen and her childish behavior--yes, I realize she's a teenager, but I couldn't stand to read how supposedly she was so sad to hurt people's feelings and then she'd just go ahead and do it anyway. I couldn't stand reading about Lina's heartache anymore and was especially angry when Kostos's big bomb dropped after the author FINALLY got them back toge [...]

  • Viir

    I read the first book a couple of years ago so I don't know all the details of the first one. So if I make mistakes in this review then bear with me :)The Travelling Pants, the Magic Pants, the Pants that helped the 4 girls have a great summer the last year are now not helping at all. Bridget leaves for the summer to visit her grandma, but not as Bridget. She gives herself an alias to find out more about her family. Carmen gets super jealous when her mother gets a boyfriend. Tibby attends a phot [...]

  • Diah Sri

    love this books I wishhh I've read this book 15 years ago, would've help me trough my teenage life and how to embrace adulthood with all of the pain and sorrow, This books show you that it is ok to make mistake as long as you have the guts to admit it and try to correct it as best as u canI wish I could be more like bree, inspite of the lost she have been trough, she still have enough courage to open her heart and embrace what ever come on her wayd lena is one lucky girls who has best friend sor [...]

  • eleonora -

    Non pensate di prendere in mano questo romanzo a vent'anni, perché vi cercherete qualcosa che probabilmente non c'è. Se però lo leggete, sempre a vent'anni, ricordandovi di quando ne avevate dodici o tredici e le vostre amiche erano le persone più importanti sulla faccia della terra, allora potete. Ma non se con queste vostre amiche è andata a finire male e ne serbate un cattivo ricordo: se non portate rancore, però, potete leggerlo.Si parla di amicizia, quell'amicizia alla quale basta un [...]

  • Kelly Roberson

    For a while there, I was getting so frustrated with this book, and how irritating most of the girls were being. Then I get to the end, and I remembered why it was one of my favorite in the series. Each of the girls had a huge hurdle to climb in this book, and in a way, this book was a turning point in all of their lives. They all learned something they needed to in order to be a better person. Bee will forever be my favorite character in these books, but I can honestly say I am loving rereading [...]

  • Mom2triplets04

    I listened to this on audio for a read along #pantsalong. I was hoping to like this as much as book one but it just was a bit boring and unrealistic. Just like the first book the quotes between each chapter just made no sense at all. Also the switching of POVs without notice still continued to make me confused and frustrated. Towards the end I was getting annoyed with the girls and wanted to know more about the parents. I have the next book and I'm debating on continuing or not.

  • Eccentrika

    Avevo iniziato a leggere il primo libro di questa serie con davvero poca convinzione, pensando che fossero libri per ragazzine e stop e quindi che non mi potessero piacere. Invece sono rimasta entusiasta dal primo libro al punto di procurarmi il secondo dopo poco tempo e leggerlo tutto d'un fiato senza neanche lasciarlo a decantare il libreria come faccio di solito. Devo ammettere che anche per questo secondo libro avevo dei timori, perché vista con superficialità la storia alla base del libro [...]

  • Ann

    Hahahaha I just looked back at my review of the first book, and I had made a point to say how much I disliked the audiobook and would be sure to read the rest of the series in print. I didn't have any real issues with the narration this time, but it seemed like a sadder story than the first book so I guess the dourness of the narrator's voice worked better. I can't say how many times I cried while listening to this as I drove home from Christmas. Each member of the Sisterhood had her own interes [...]

  • Meredith (Austenesque Reviews)

    Rereading all 4 books this summer (after 10+ years) and reading for the first time Sisterhood Everlasting.Compared to the first book, this summer is about the girls overcoming difficult challenges and a lot of the relationship growth occurred between mothers and daughters, which was an interesting and relatable theme to explore. - Bridget is looking for healing about her mom (plus finding herself again after last summer)- Carmen is fighting the idea of her mom dating and finding happiness and lo [...]

  • Shelly

    This book is honest to a fault. Again the girls are very real and evolving at their own pace. I didn't like this at first, as one of the girls air headed all of a sudden and very unlikable. Where the others were growing up. But then I remembered, not everyone learns and grows at the same time.A few far fetched plot lines, but once again they are incoorperated well into the ultra realistic. Beautiful writing, focusing on mothers and daughters, i liked the link between The September groups. onto t [...]

  • Adriana

    This book was about how four girls Lena, Tibby, Carmen and Bridget spend their summers apart from each other but still keeping contact through a pair of jeans. These jeans have been through a lot last summer but this summer they add new experiences and events to them. Through these jeans they learn many things like how to keep a long term relationship and even helps them "fit in" with certain kinds of people while thier in camp. Each girl goes to a different place but the jeans travel from place [...]

  • Dana Al-Basha دانة الباشا

    From Lena's point of viewThis story was so good. It has a lot of pain and love. I cried a lot more than laughed. Carmen surprised me by being very mean and selfish! Her character in the movie is so different. Lena's story in the book pained me so much just like Carmen's mom and her lover David. I can't understand how Carmen was so mean and hateful like that!!!Bee broke my heart but she always gets up and push herself forward. I love her for that. Tibby's love and sorrow for Bailey is so touching [...]

  • Talina | Sassy & Dangerous

    Also reviewed at my blog, Sassy & Dangerous! sassyanddangerous/I had hoped this book would change my mind about the series, but, unfortunately, it didn't. I kept putting off finishing this book because of how much it bored me. The characters were the same, annoying, bratty and frustrating. The plot was alright, it intrigued me a little bit more, but to be honest, I actually looked forward to reading about Carmen's mother! She was a lot more interesting than the girls!Bridget: She finds out t [...]

  • Karla Jimenez

    Debo añadir que con el final me gusto un poco mas este segunda parte!, buenísimo si lo hubiera leído de adolescente!.Me encanta como se valora la amistad, es parte fundamental en nuestras vidas!.

  • Paige Brydson

    This series is so nostalgic for me. Brought this book along with me to my trip to Vegas two weeks ago and it made a nice addition. YA, so it was definitely an easy read. It's been a LONG time since I originally read these books so it's been interesting reading it now that I am older. I do still love the story and the idea behind the series even if it does come off cheesy at points. Looking forward to re-reading the third book next!

  • Jen • Just One More Page

    This review is also posted on my blog.(view spoiler)[My first review of 2018! And it’s only the 4th!!No really, I figured that if I read at least 15% of my book every day, there’s no way I can fall behind this year. IT SHOULD WORK.But anyway.Good GOD, the first half of this book was fucking unbearable. Like – alright, I get it, these are 16 year old kids who are still working out how to feel feelings and do life right, but, FUCKING CHRIST. This is a whole new level of shitty and just godda [...]

  • Laura

    Though this book was enjoyable to read, just like the first one, I found it pretty disappointing. I basically lost all of my respect for Lena, even though I did feel bad for her. Once and Kostos got back together, I was disappointed that all they did was make-out and all Lena wanted from him was sex. I really wanted their relationship to develop further and instead of just having sexual contact with each other, maybe they could have actually had a conversation and caught up over the past few mon [...]

  • Nikinnia Smith

    ***This review contains spoilers***Ah, I feel in love with this book. It was a lot better than the first, and really gave us much more personal info about the girls. I was in tears several times while reading this. The movie tribute to Bailey had me crying like a baby.I can understand Carmen's feelings about her mother dating, but she was a bit selfish. I was happy to see that she overcame her selfishness.I'm glad Bridgette went to visit her grandma. I had a feeling that she knew who Bridgette w [...]

  • Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)

    I liked the first one, I thought it was cute and liked that the four girls had a friendship and bond, all the while sharing a pair of you could say, magical pants.But with this one, I don't know, some of the arcs the girls were going through, I wanted to read more of or others I juts didn't care that much. I liked the ones with Brigid, a little bit of Carmen and Tibby. But Lena's I wasn't sure about.Mostly for the romance drama I was like, sigh, really. I mean, I liked that with and without the [...]

  • Christina

    Following the tradition of last summer, the Pants make their rounds again. Tibby's leaving for film school, Bridget's off to Alabama while Lena and Carmen spend their summers at home. I loved the Second Summer of the Sisterhood! This book was much more emotional than the first. I shed a few tears along the way. My favourite character in this instalment would have to be Bridget. She did a 180 from her impulsive and reckless ways in the first book and took time off to rediscover herself. I really [...]

  • Anidos

    Read it first when I was in Middle School and reread it now, I understand why this is the least I love among the series. Because it's all sad stories. And Bee's not with Eric. This is the only volume sans Eric. Eric is my fav lad from the series (Leo comes second). I never liked Kostos and Carmen's boy is never impressive and Brian is too geeky.But now I see Brian is special because he's the closest we could find in real life. Ain't no prince charming nor a knight in shining armor, you boys simp [...]

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