The Last Thing You Said

The Last Thing You Said Last summer Lucy s and Ben s lives changed in an instant One moment they were shyly flirting on a lake raft finally about to admit their feelings to each other after years of yearning In the next

  • Title: The Last Thing You Said
  • Author: Sara Biren
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  • Last summer, Lucy s and Ben s lives changed in an instant One moment, they were shyly flirting on a lake raft, finally about to admit their feelings to each other after years of yearning In the next, Trixie Lucy s best friend and Ben s sister was gone, her heart giving out during a routine swim And just like that, the idyllic world they knew turned upside down, and theLast summer, Lucy s and Ben s lives changed in an instant One moment, they were shyly flirting on a lake raft, finally about to admit their feelings to each other after years of yearning In the next, Trixie Lucy s best friend and Ben s sister was gone, her heart giving out during a routine swim And just like that, the idyllic world they knew turned upside down, and the would be couple drifted apart, swallowed up by their grief Now it s a year later in their small lake town, and as the anniversary of Trixie s death looms, Lucy and Ben s undeniable connection pulls them back together They can t change what happened the day they lost Trixie, but the summer might finally bring them closer to healing and to each other.

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    1. Sara Biren

      Sara Biren lives just outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota, with her husband and their two children A true Minnesotan, she is a fan of hockey, hotdish, and hanging out at the lake She enjoys seeing live bands, watching movies with her family, and drinking coffee Her love of cheese knows no bounds Sara is a graduate of the University of Minnesota, Duluth, on the shores of beautiful Lake Superior, and earned an MFA in Creative Writing from Minnesota State University, Mankato.


    1. I really, really enjoyed this book. It's so complicated, and so wonderful.***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog***The Last Thing You Said by Sara BirenPublisher: Amulet BooksPublication Date: April 4, 2017Rating: 4 starsSource: ARC sent by a fellow bloggerSummary (from ):Last summer, Lucy’s and Ben’s lives changed in an instant. One moment, they were shyly flirting on a lake raft, finally about to admit their feelings to each other after years of yearning. In the next, Trixie—Lucy [...]

    2. Actual rating: 3,5This book was good, but not better then that.I liked the story itself, but I just couldn't connect with characters or with their grief. I mean, I know losing a best friend/sister is one of the worst things one could experience, and the even though the grief plays a big part in this story, I just couldn't feel it.I am still debating whether the thing is is me, or in the author's writing.It also didn't help the fact that I didn't like Ben's behavior at all.Reading this book was l [...]

    3. *some edits*I received this via giveaways in exchange for an honest review (thanks!). All my opinions are my own:).---'Beautiful story idea and had my eyes misting a few times but at the same time I never felt fully connected to the characters. Trixie and Hannah felt like the same person yet Hannah felt more real than Trixie.One of those I'm not sorry I read it but wouldn't read it again.Would still recommend for some, it may touch you more than it did me. Happy reading! (Short review but still [...]

    4. 4 ~ I Miss You ~ Stars****(ARC provided by the publisher via Netgalley)The Last Thing You Said is a tender story about a girl who lost her best friend. About a friendship that no matter what will never end, and how grieving someone you lost is different for everybody involved. Lucy and Trixie have been best friends since kindergarten. They were always together, more than friends, they were soul mates. Lucy also happens to be in love with Trixie's brother, Ben. The four of them; Trixie, Lucy, Ben [...]

    5. Sara Biren’s debut is a beautiful look at the enduring power of first love and how two teens must reach through the murky waters of grief to reconnect. The whole story is peppered with beautiful quotes and my favorite will stay with me for a long time: “It’s a good day to have a good day.” I loved how Biren portrayed love as a brave act—because it is such a brave act—and how she explored the courage it takes to trust in romantic love after losing a beloved friend. This is a brave deb [...]

    6. I loved the cover on this book and the synopsis intrigued me, so I was eager to get into it. First off, I loved the dual POV. Getting Lucy and Ben's side of things made things interesting. And mildly irritating too. Lucy is lovely. Her grief is palpable. Ben made it hard to root for him. He's quite the ass most of the time, but I wanted them to get back on track so badly. Oh and Hannah was the best. The plot is a bit slow and the characters do infuriating things {a lot a lot a lot of back and fo [...]

    7. Heartbreaking and beautiful this is a story about grief, family, acceptance and love. Sara Biren tackles the tough emotions of loss so delicately and with such softness that you will probably cry when you read THE LAST THING YOU SAID, but it's the type of good crying you do when read a book that you will forever remember long after you close the pages. I absolutely love this book and I can't wait for another book by Sara Biren.

    8. Either I am an emotional wreck or I've just been reading damn good books lately because I sobbed like a fucking baby with this bookVIEW:This book was heavy. I read it in one 3-hour sitting about a week ago and I still can't stop thinking about it. That's a good thing, I suppose, right?Death is a complicated situation. It can either bring people together, tear them apart OR both. The majority of this book is spent watching death tear people apart. And I don't just mean the main characters, Lucy a [...]

    9. A beautiful, gut-wrenching story about the complexities of grief and the saving grace of family, friendship, and love. Brave, raw, and exquisitely written.

    10. What a beautiful book. Every line, every image, every thought—just beauty beauty beauty, from beginning to end. OH, how I hurt for Lucy (Lulu!), for the loss she suffered, but also for the living loss she's suffered every day since. She is grieving, and this book paints a shimmering portrait of grief in all its nuances and complexities, both the heaviness and the light.And the characters! My god, the characters. Sara is so good at drawing complete, full, rich people. Adorable, wonderful Emily [...]

    11. I was lucky enough to receive a free ARC of Sara Biren’s 2017 novel, THE LAST THING YOU SAID. Such a romantic sweet/sad tale. Biren weaves a tale of grief, forgiveness and first loves. Her talent is most apparent in the poignant portrayal of the loss of a beloved friend. I loved the parts of the story about work; Lucy works at her mother’s diner and Ben taking tourists out fishing. The description of their daily lives add local flavor to the story of this small Minnesota resort town. Definit [...]

    12. This was heartbreaking. I know I've been giving it to too many but this too deserved a 3.5.Lucy has lost Trixie her best friend, and her brother Ben has been treating her like trash, making her lose even more than a friend. Especially considering her long-lasting feelings for him. When a new boy comes to town, she wonders if it is time to move on.I wasn't expecting the tone in this book. I just thought it would either focus on some drama about Ben and Lucy not being able to get together, or mayb [...]

    13. With a slow start, I was anxious to see where this book would take me. Never did I imagine I'd lose myself at the lake, on a hot summer day, caught somewhere between grief & hope. This is the type of story that will creep up on you & fill you with overwhelming emotions. I love contemporary YA that has that effect on me. Oh this book, friends, add it to your TBR list!

    14. Originally posted on Undeniably Book Nerdy:This whole book is printed in PURPLE.If you're making a list of summery, emotional-romantic contemporary YA books, add The Last Thing You Said to your list.The Last Thing You Said is told in first-person dual perspective through Lucy and Ben and their first summer after Trixie--Lucy's best friend and Ben's sister--passed away from an unknown heart defect. The thing was, the day Trixie died, Ben and Lucy were about to admit their feelings for one anothe [...]

    15. I talk often about “Katy Books” and Sara Biren’s forthcoming debut is definitely one — it’s as if she wrote this novel specifically with my tastes in mind. I adored this story of friendship, loss, and first love, set in a charming Minnesota lake community. Main characters Lucy and Ben are both trying to cope with overwhelming grief after Trixie, Lucy’s best friend and Ben’s sister, dies suddenly. Trixie’s death leaves a gaping hole in both protagonists’ lives, and challenges th [...]

    16. This review was originally posted on Andi's ABCsI have mixed feelings on The Last Thing You Said. I’m not really sure what it is. Honestly I loved some parts of it. I loved the part where both Lucy and Ben were dealing with their grief in vastly different ways. I loved the setting of the beach. I loved Lucy’s friend. But there was also a lot I was confused by. Honestly I hated how Ben treated Lucy and how Lucy let him treat her. I hated a lot of the things that Lucy did. I do admit the grief [...]

    17. Actual Rating: 4.5 StarsWow. I am practically speechless. And I don't know if I will ever find the words to describe how much I enjoyed this book. It was truly heartbreaking, honest, and unforgettable. I devoured it less than three hours.I think it's my favorite read of 2017 so far. Or, at least tied for it.Full Review to Come.

    18. Consider me wowed. Beautiful writing, though I have a few things to pick at. Whole thing was colored with a deep sense of longing and sadness. BEAUTIFUL.

    19. Lucy: Your best friend Trixie is dead. You're in love with her brother who has been treating you like dirt since Trixie's. Should you:A-Date someone you don't really likeB-Wait until you meet someone you care aboutBen: You've been perpetually drunk and treating everyone like crap since your sister died, especially Lucy. Should you:A-Keep being an asshole and date a girl you don't likeB-Apologize to Lucy and get your act together.The best thing I can say is THE LAST THING YOU SAID is a predictabl [...]

    20. Another book about loss. This one was kind of difficult because it was hard for me to root for Ben for the way he continued acting toward Lucy. It almost seemed better that she just move on. I understood his pain and acting out but when it was a year later and he continued to say those hurtful things I didn't have sympathy any longer.

    21. 3 STARS FOR "THE LAST THING YOU SAID" BY SARA BIRENOverall, this was a good book. While a major focal point of it was the eventual reunion of two almost-lovers, Lucy and Ben, I liked that the author focused a lot on their own individual grief and coping styles after Trixie's death. The development of Lucy and Ben's reconnection took a long time, but I appreciated it since it made it all the sweeter once they started showing more overt signs of caring for the other person.However, I found a lot o [...]

    22. 4.5 StarsI really enjoyed this book. While the story is sad at times, there’s definitely lighter moments, and lots of hope. It tells the story of Ben and Lucy. Lucy was best friends with Ben’s sister, Trixie, until last summer when Trixie’s heart unexpectedly gave out during a swim in the lake, and she died. Lucy at that time had been having strong feelings for Ben for a while, and they were on the cusp of admitting those feelings to each other, when the tragedy of Trixie’s death occurre [...]

    23. *Review copy received from publisher*Told on alternating PVO’s (point of view) – which I love – The Last Thing You Said is simply a beautiful story.Separated by their grief, Ben and Lucy share slithers of Trixie with the reader. In addition, the Trixie stories, interspersed throughout the book, bring her vividly to life. Sara Biren writes from personal experience and empowered by her words with their emotional triggers I sank into sorrow, joy, and hope. All the feels in one book!Full revie [...]

    24. So much love for this book. It was so beautifully told and so sad. The stories about Trixie and Lulu were so charming and heartbreaking. Could not stop tearing up. Review TK.

    25. MY OPINION: ****I thought I posted this yesterday but turns out I didn't :\Whew, I've been giving a lot of mediocre ratings this year so far!It's not that I didn't love the book. It's just that there were faulty things with it that caused the rating to go down.However, I think this book deserves more attention. Looking at , there only 161 reviews We need more readers.It was truly an interesting book. Yes, maybe it was a little cliche but I don't think it was any bad. The characters could have be [...]

    26. After reading the synopsis for The Last Thing You Said I knew I had to more about it. I needed to learn more about this lost friendship between Ben and Lucy, and if it was possible to fix everything that has been broken.The Last Thing You Said is told in dual point of view, showing us both Ben and Lucy's side of the story, with the occasional snippet from Lucy's past and her friendship with Trixie. We start the book with Lucy, who is babysitting Emily, Trixie's cousin, as well as doing odd jobs [...]

    27. I am not going to lie, I cried while reading this book a lot. It is about love and loss and how people deal with grief. I chose to read this book during a good and yet very bad time. You see this book is placed in Minnesota. Nine years ago my uncle had a heart attack and went through the ice right by Duluth. The person that Ben and Lucy are grieving (Trixie) also had a type of heart attack and drowned in a lake in Minnesota. On top of that the book recalled it from Ben ( Trixies older and only b [...]

    28. The Last Thing You Said is a heart-wrenching and yet uplifting tale of love, friendship, and the grief felt when all that love and friendship is lost or irreparably damaged. I truly enjoyed sinking into the world that is The Last Thing You Said. The summer days, the smell of sunscreen and ice cream, two best friends who create adventures from the simplest things, and a story of love that was never spoken and had to be hidden away. I warn you, you may need tissues while reading this book, both fo [...]

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