Finding Felicity

Finding Felicity Caroline Sands has never been particularly good at making friends And her parents divorce and the move to Arizona three years ago didn t help Being the new girl is hard enough without being socially a

  • Title: Finding Felicity
  • Author: Stacey Kade
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  • Page: 118
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  • Caroline Sands has never been particularly good at making friends And her parents divorce and the move to Arizona three years ago didn t help Being the new girl is hard enough without being socially awkward too So out of desperation and a desire to please her worried mother, Caroline invented a whole life for herself using characters from Felicity, an old show she discCaroline Sands has never been particularly good at making friends And her parents divorce and the move to Arizona three years ago didn t help Being the new girl is hard enough without being socially awkward too So out of desperation and a desire to please her worried mother, Caroline invented a whole life for herself using characters from Felicity, an old show she discovered online and fell in love with.But now it s time for Caroline to go off to college and she wants nothing than to leave her old life behind and build something real However, when her mother discovers the truth about her manufactured friends, she gives Caroline an ultimatum Prove in this first semester that she can make friends of the nonfictional variety and thrive in a new environment Otherwise, it s back to living at home and a lot of therapy.Armed with nothing than her resolve and a Felicity inspired plan, Caroline accepts the challenge But she soon realizes that the real world is rarely as simple as television makes it out to be And to find a place where she truly belongs, Caroline may have to abandon her script and take the risk of being herself.

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    About “Stacey Kade

    • Stacey Kade

      The daughter of a minister and a music teacher, Stacey Kade grew up reading Harlequin romances on the sly in the basement Kade is the author of two young adult series The Ghost and Goth trilogy and the Project Paper Doll series Her first adult contemporary romance, 738 DAYS, was released earlier this year.Prior to writing full time, Kade worked as an award winning copywriter for several Fortune 500 companies She lives in the Chicago suburbs with her husband, Greg, and their two retired racing greyhounds.

    881 thoughts on “Finding Felicity

    • 10/4/17 Update:FINDING FELICITY is up on Edelweiss and available for review! It should be on Netgalley soon, too, if it's not there already. Please go forth and request! <3 <3 <3Also, if you're a blogger/librarian/bookseller and you want to review Finding Felicity but you can't get through on Netgalley/Edelweiss, message me and I'll pass your info on to my publicist! 9/10/17 UPDATE: Pass pages are done! I've heard rumor that ARCs should be coming in shortly. :D Stay tuned for more infor [...]

    • A little slow/quiet but also had some great things about it. And I'm excited to be seeing more books set in college that are being targeted as YA.Read all my thoughts here on Jen Ryland ReviewsRead more of my reviews on JenRyland! Check out my Bookstagram! Or check out my Jen In Ten reviews on Youtube - get the lowdown on current books in 10-30 seconds!Thanks to the publisher for providing an advance copy for review!

    • 3.5 stars“What’s wring with reality?” “Nothing,” I say in a small voice. Unless your reality sucks. Then what’s wrong with wanting something more or better?This was a super fun, super quick read. I love that we’re seeing so many more college YA books this year and I thought Finding Felicity was an excellent addition. I thought Caroline was a relatable MC and it’s was so easy to follow her just trying to live her life - goingo college, crushing on a guy, dealing with awkwardness a [...]

    • I think what makes this a challenging read for me is that Caroline is reminds me of myself in some ways. She's vulnerable and self-conscious and timid. It makes you want to strangle her, comfort her and sympathize with her in turns. She's ultimately a super realistic new college student, finding her wayL the props about the Felicity TV show undercurrent. I LIVED for that show. Although Caroline mentioning the show is "older than me" makes this reader feel preeeety old.

    • I read this in one day, only taking breaks for work and to Google the Felicity wiki. I was a huge fan of Felicity, and Caroline felt like another (much, much younger) version of me. I loved reading her story and watching her come into her own. Now I'm going to have to binge watch Felicity (I have all the dvds, but I'll probably Netflix it Caroline style). Team Noel forever!

    • Between 2017 and now I've been seeing more and more books featuring a college setting, and I couldn't be any happier. I wish they were around four years ago when I was starting my freshmen year! Finding Felicity is quirky and heartwarming. Stacey Kade perfectly captures the feeling of not only freshmen year but also starting anew. When Finding Felicity first begins we're quickly let in on Caroline's big secret: she's created a fake friend group inspired by the old 90s show Felicity to appease he [...]

    • Caroline does not have friends. But her mom doesn't know that. She made her mom believe she has a lot of friends, but in truth, she bases her "friends" from characters of an old TV show called Felicity. That's why she's excited to go to college and start new.You have to admit, that plot is just amazing and makes you curious! That worked for me! Either way, I read anything by Stacey Kade, I like her wrting style and the way her characters' voices are so real.Anyway, let's start off with the chara [...]

    • DNF at 200 pages. There is a sex scene involving alcohol where the lines of consent are blurred. For that reason I had to put this book down. If you are going to put a sex scene in a book, all parties must be sober, enthusiastic, and consent must be explicit, unless you are talking about the issue of rape/sexual assault, which this book did not address ****up to what I had read****. Treatment of women in this book is questionable, with the male love interest being very controlling of the main ch [...]

    • I've been excited about this book since the first time I heard about it, and it did not disappoint. I loved it, not just as a rabid Felicity fan but also as someone who very much saw college as an opportunity for reinvention. I cringed for/with and cheered for/with Caroline in equal measures. (Team Ben forever.)

    • I received an ARC of Finding Felicity from Edelweiss. Thank you Stacey Kade and Simon & Schuster for the opportunity to read this title!***3.5 Stars***Full Disclosure: I was a HUGE fan of the show Felicity! Its run coincided with my post-graduate years. To this day, I am a Keri Russell fan because of her amazingly beautiful turn as the angst-riddled, love struck, awkward Felicity. So, when I read the description of Kade's book, I was already in love, without ever having read one page. Crazy, [...]

    • Rounded up from 3.5 stars.A big thank you to Simon & Schuster and Edelweiss for an ARC of this YA novel.As a recovering introvert myself and a fan of Keri Russell, I was drawn to the plot of this book. Adjusting to life at college can be filled with landmines and I think this story manage to telescope many of them in with a relatively small cast of characters. Caroline is a likable protagonist and I found myself rooting for her throughout the book. She definitely makes some unwise choices, b [...]

    • I was once a shy and awkward college freshman who had watched FELICITY as a high school senior (ahem, the year it originally aired). But this book just did not wow me. Caroline was TOO awkward and weird, and the Felicity obsession TOO over the top. This book just left me wanting to rewatch the TV show.

    • This novel is fantastic! The characters are relatable and so is the dialogue. You’ll feel the ups and downs of Caroline’s college experience along with her. Great job, Stacey!

    • I remember watching Felicity when I was youth. I remember the hair cut and trying to figure out which one she would choose over Ben or Noel and trying to figure out one's path in college. I really enjoyed the friendships with the many people that she meets in this book for lexi to Tori and Del and Liam. Caroline was lying to her mom about her friendships and trying to make new friends in College. Overall I enjoyed this book.

    • July 2015: OKAY! New Stacey Kade book in the works? Uhm, yes, please! Here's some synopsis stuff: twitter/StaceyKade/status andchristiantrimmer/blog/Initial thoughts: Well, at least I didn't make up all of my friends.

    • This book was different from what I expected, but it really worked for me. I loved the show Felicity and thought the references to the TV show wonderful! I was expecting this to be more of a romance and kept trying to figure out if I liked Liam or not. When it turned out that this book was more about Caroline's self-discovery and becoming comfortable with herself, it was even better than I expected. Caroline's growth throughout the book was a slow discovery which I felt to be completely believab [...]

    • Oh, dang -- I didn't even remember that I already shelved this! But a YA novel about the show FELICITY? Ummmm, AMAZING.

    • I expected a little more from this book than what I ended up getting from it. As a person who has often used fictional characters to work through problems I expected to relate to Caroline's struggle to find herself in college more, but in the end it just felt fake. Which is entirely the point. Caroline's introverted nature is something of which I have a little of, and what made it easier to root for her, but ultimately I wished for more ambition from Caroline outside of her social life.This is a [...]

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