Published on: November 17th 2015
Published by: Self Published
Series: The Summer Remains #2
Genre: NA Contemporary
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This book is part of the Summer Remains series. You can find my reviews of the rest of the series below:
The Summer Remains (The Summer Remains #1)
Autumn Rising (The Summer Remains #1.5)
Invincible Summer (The Summer Remains #2)
We all remember our first love, that one affair that took custody of your heart and never really let it go. Readers around the world were touched by The Summer Remains, a heartbreaking and inspiring novel about one of these romances – but Cooper Nichols, the enigmatic young man at the centre of the novel, was largely silent on the matter. Until now.
“I just can’t believe it’s over between you guys,” my best friend said as we walked down the pier. “You two were supposed to last forever.”
I stared out at the blue sea. “Oh, trust me, it’s not over. I am going to see that girl’s face in every crowd I look into, forever. And maybe a few forevers after that…”
And so begins the tale of young writer Cooper Nichols. Left in ruins after a tragic summer romance, Cooper is afraid the sun may have set on him for good – until his mother discovers a copy of Cooper’s journal he kept of that summer. As he reluctantly slips back into his own past in the pages of his notebook, Cooper starts to rethink everything he thought he knew about life, death, and all the love that can bloom in between – and what follows is a thrilling and breathtaking journey back to joy that will sink into you and stay there for the long haul.
Illuminating, romantic and soul-stirring, Invincible Summer is a testament to the miraculous power of love, in all its immortal glory and everlasting majesty. If you have ever found yourself drifting back to a long-lost romance during a quiet moment, prepare to be pulled under all over again.
This book has me so so conflicted. Part of me is a little sad because it wasn’t the book that I had expected to get. But then it was beautiful, so I can’t really complain…
I wanted Cooper’s story. This book was meant to tell me how he was coping, how he was going to overcome this horrible thing that has happened. I wanted to see him achieve great things in his life and find someone to love and for his heart to heal. I got my story, but just not in the way I had expected.