Eleanor and park second book
Eleanor & Park by Rainbow RowellEven though we know from the first page that these two will be separated by the end, by the time the big goodbye rolls around, we're totally attached to these two characters, and their incredible bravery and pain during their farewell would make even the Grinch's heart explode. Their all-night drive seems to be one big, extended goodbye: Park "cried into [Eleanor's] hair until he fell asleep" This is not a wave and a handshake—this is an emotional supernova. Park insists it won't be the last time they see each other, because that's what he needs to believe. Eleanor's somehow less optimistic, though, saying, "Life's a bastard" Or maybe he's right, and love will find a way? Once they go their separate ways, Eleanor and Park cope totally differently.
ELEANOR & PARK BY RAINBOW ROWELL - booktalk with XTINEMAY
Is One Of Our Favorite YA Books Finally Getting A Sequel?
See Featured Authors Answering Questions. Wynnter I most definitely would. Sometimes when a book ends it's meant to be over, but I don't think that's the case with this book. I need more, I need to find out what happened. Write a comment Noorpreet Thinda Definitely! I was thinking about a sequel too I really hope that she writes one!
More from Candymag. Naturally, her fans and the novel's fans got too crazy happy Does this mean a sequel is on the way? We first thought that it's going to be about the movie, but it's been reported last year that the movie adaptation won't be pushing through anymore. So what do you think does Rainbow mean in this tweet? Hee hee. We can't wait!
Published in , the story follows dual narratives by Eleanor and Park, two misfits living in Omaha, Nebraska from to Eleanor, a chubby  year-old girl with curly red hair, and Park, a half-Korean, year-old boy, meet on a school bus on Eleanor's first day at the school and gradually connect through comic books and mix tapes of '80s music, sparking a love story. Eleanor Douglas is beginning 10th grade. She is the oldest in a family of two girls and three boys. All the children live with their mother and stepfather, Richie, in a tiny two-bedroom house. The children share one bedroom.