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Te revoir un jour

3.98 of 5 stars 3.98  ·  rating details  ·  61,937 ratings  ·  3,581 reviews
Après le divorce de ses parents, McLean a suivi son père et n’a plus de contact avec sa mère. Ensemble, ils n’en finissent pas de déménager : quatre villes différentes en deux ans. Chaque nouvel endroit lui donne l’opportunité de se créer une nouvelle personnalité. Mais aujourd’hui, pour la première fois, McLean a envie de rester où elle est, pour découvrir qui elle est. D ...more
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Published May 16th 2012 by Pocket Jeunesse (first published May 10th 2010)
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Carliee In my opinion, some of Sarah Dessen's books needs more of a mature, older audience than a 12 year old. I would say about 15/16 years old and up is…moreIn my opinion, some of Sarah Dessen's books needs more of a mature, older audience than a 12 year old. I would say about 15/16 years old and up is where I'd start the age group. The book Dreamland was just so hard to read as I am in school reading it and the things that are happening shouldn't have even happened; but those are real events which coul happen to anyone. I love Sarah Dessen's books so much!(less)
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I miss the Sarah Dessen who wrote This Lullaby and The Truth About Forever. What happened?
What Happened to Goodbye has no huge inciting incident or great source of tension. Instead the book quietly unfolds in layers: each time Dessen revisits a scene/sub-plot, she goes just a little bit further than the previous time ~ giving more depth and insight into her characters lives, relationships and what makes them the way they are. Ad infintum and you reach the resolution: where Dessen has begun with isolated characters she ends with a motley group of friends who have bonded and each come ...more
Melannie :)
OHMYGOSH, *squeals*

seriously can't wait anymore,
I have been waiting for a new book by her since, what was it? 2009? I CAN'T EVEN REMEMBER

I want to read this book NOW *cries*


I Sarah Dessen. That is all.

Okay, I lie. That is NOT all. How could I use only six words when the possibility of six hundred exists? My lawyer genes would go into revolt!

I really, really liked What Happened to Goodbye. In fact, it just might rank up there with my other Dessen favourites, Just Listen and The Truth about Forever.

Generally, I tend to like Dessen heroes better than Dessen heroines. It was Owen and Wes who really lit up Just Listen and The Truth About Forever for me. Surprisingly, t
I finished this book yesterday afternoon when I was sitting in the waitingroom at my doctor's office and really had nothing else to do ... which probably says enough.

Seriously, I consider myself a Sarah Dessen fan. I have read almost all of her books and enjoyed the majority of them – to various degrees. What Happened To Goodbye, however, was a huge disappointment for me. The beginning was great, the whole set-up, the restaurant setting, but then ... the whole thing just fizzled out around page
Does Sarah Dessen still have the awesome stuff? Oh yeah. No doubt or question about it.

This time around we're gonna get to follow the story of a girl named Mclean. She comes from parents that go through a tabloid worthy divorce. Going against the norm Mclean decides to stay with her dad, and up to this point has been through four moves with him. Four different girls for each move. But this fourth move is going to be distinctly different because for the first time in long while she is going to b
Must read for Sarah Dessen fans.

My deep like for What Happened to Goodbye comes down to one thing... the protag McLean Sweet. I liked her for lots of reasons and not just because I can relate to her determination to not look down until she identifies a constellation or two when looking up at a starry sky, or because like McLean I’ve never been one to just put myself out there on day one. Also it’s not just because we both have a name you’ve got to live up it, yeah some days it’s not all sweet an
I. CAN'T. FREAKING. WAIT!!! Sarah Dessen rocks my socks! :D AHHHHHHH!!! XD




Another awesome love story from the wonderful Sarah Dessen. She never ceases to amaze me.:) This wasn't my favorite, but I loved it anyhow. I was reading it all of first through third period. Tsk tsk, I know. Shame on me. But it was totally worth it.:)
Great, now I have to wait another billions years (okay, probably more like 2) for another Sarah Dessen book. Get cracking Dessen! Really though, the reason why so many people love her books are because she just gets it. She deals with problems that not only teenagers but anyone can relate to in some way.

Quick Overview: Another move for Mclean just means another persona. After her parents’ divorce Mclean and her father move around as he works as a restaurant consultant. Two years and four schools
Mary Ann
Aug 01, 2010 Mary Ann marked it as to-read  ·  review of another edition
Finally! I've been waiting for her to write a new book since along for the ride came out!!
Brianne Carter
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What Happened to Goodbye is another hit from the queen of young-adult realistic fiction, Sarah Dessen. As with all of her books, readers can expect a moving story filled with cleverly drawn characters and the perfect touch of romance.

In her tenth novel, Dessen details the story of Mclean Sweet - also known as Liz Sweet, Beth Sweet, etc. After her parents' divorce she travels from town to town with her dad, assuming a new identity each time. Things are different at Lakeview, though. Mclean may ju
Aug 17, 2011 Alyssa rated it 3 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: People who suffer too much real-life excitement and need something to sleep on.
Disappointment. In the Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary of 2004, the verb “disappoint” is defined as such: to fail to fulfill the expectation or hope of –

I don’t know what exactly went wrong with this book. Maybe Dessen’s becoming lazy – her last three books have left me mourning after her better novels – or maybe she’s just running out of “ever-powerful” things to talk about. Whatever it is that made this book lackluster in the eyes of a dear fan, it’s got to be put to bed here and now. I can’t wat
I have an ARC...oh yes, be jealous. Be very jealous.
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Okay, so there are usually two complaints when it come to Sarah Dessen's books.

Number 1: It's no Truth About Forever / This Lullaby / Just Listen / etc.

Look, a lot of things aren't like the Truth About Forever. That's like bitching at Monet because everything he did wasn't The Water Lillies or something. The Truth About Forever is a rare book, and that doesn't mean that Dessen's other work is as good or as comforting on a rainy day.

Number 2: They're all the same!

I can tell you the plot of a maj
Margaret Stohl
So I automatically read every Sarah Dessen, who is super good at being Sarah Dessen. The guy will be quirky and loveable. A family will somehow be destroyed and put back together. The food service industry will likely appear, as will the beach. Knowing that these things will happen is like knowing that macaroni and cheese will not let me down in a time of need. At least, it never has yet...
Justine O'Callaghan
I love Sarah Dessen more and more with every book.
This might be my new second favorite book by her.
I loved the story.
I love that the family is always the top spot on her books. The love part only comes second.
Sarah Dessen, you are my queen!
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So after having read nine of her previous novels, I may bit a bit biased but I really love Sarah Dessen’s new book. If you haven’t read any Sarah Dessen books before (I pray for your deprived soul), then this review is mostly for you. But if you’re a long time running fan of Sarah Dessen, then all you have to know is that this book doesn’t disappoint. In fact, you should already know that cause you should have already bought and read it by
Mel (who is deeply in love with herself)
I love Young Adult-geared novels which have realistic relationships within them. I love that there was no instantaneous attraction between McLean and Dave, but that it built up after they got to know each other.

I completely adored the side-relationship between McLean's father and (view spoiler). Once again, from their interactions, you could feel the sexual attraction growing.

One last thing: I cried in this book. Full-on. Towards the end, predictably. In a way, the m
This is one great book, I swear. I love Mclean Sweet so much. She's not that bitchy, brat, selfish kind that a usual character be when dealing with a divorce. She's well, sweet and kind. I usually end up reading a Sarah Dessen book for about 2 days because it's usually long but clearly I just finished it for a day. Gosh, I really cannot tell how awesome this book is. I don't even know why I doesn't have much of a rate. But for me, definite 5 star.

I really love the characters how everybody just
Anne Osterlund
McLean is on her fourth move in two years, this time to the town of Lakeview where her dad is assigned to “fix” Luna Blu—a restaurant that functions slightly better than McLean’s life.

For every move, she chooses a new name: Elizabeth, Eliza, Beth, Liz. At least, Liz is her planned persona when she arrives in Lakeview.

But then she runs into this guy—or rather winds up rescued by him. And suddenly, without knowing how, she finds herself McLean again. But it’s been two years. Two years of moving, o
Steph Su
Do you know the Sarah Dessen formula? An “everygirl” with an unusual name; a strained parent-daughter relationship full of misunderstandings; narration that at many times has its typical, literal meaning, along with a larger thematic one; and a nice-boy love interest. Despite the predictability of the elements, however, Dessen never, ever, ever fails to deliver a poignant and teen-pleasing read. Her tenth novel, WHAT HAPPENED TO GOODBYE, will satisfy old and new fans.

There is probably no other c
Twinkle Toes
WOW. This book defines AMAZING. What Happened To Goodbye is only the third book I have read from Sarah Dessen but I have to say so far it is my FAVOURITE!

So Mclean begins to tell us about Mariposa, the restraunt her parents owned and then her father's love for basketball as well as her's and then.. her parents divorce and who her mother remarried and the affair..

Mclean had me angry and upset with her mother as well and all the people she was whenever she moved it was all just a disguise..

But whe
After reading an essay Sarah Dessen recently wrote for CosmoGirl magainze on writing the perfect boy, it occurred just the extent to which she has this down to a science: her novels, at this point, are almost like essays in themselves, every point perfectly plotted, every bit of character development and every narrative device perfectly placed. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, I did stay up late finishing WHAT HAPPENED TO GOODBYE, and maybe it's because I'm not 14 anymore, or maybe it's beca ...more
Lauren (Lauren Reads YA)
Aug 15, 2011 Lauren (Lauren Reads YA) rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: Everyone!
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What Happened To Goodbye was a great contemporary read, just like every other book of hers.

Mclean, the main character, always changes her personality according to where she just moved, but in Lakeview, Mclean finds herself not creating a new identity but actually being herself. And eventually, she discovers that home is not a location, but it’s the people that you love around you.
I really loved the setting; the little restaurant Mclean’s dad is trying to
Alexis (The Literature Lion) Neuville

Full Review: link coming soon.

Much like in many of her other novels, Sarah Dessen delivers a plot so original and characters that fit perfectly into the story line. With raw emotion and amazing writing, this has to be one of her best novels yet!

McLean Elizabeth Sweet is making an attempt at a new life, every time her father moves for his job as a restaurant manager. She adapts a new life with each move, but this time around she's forced to be McLean. Living with her barely home fa
Jul 26, 2011 laaaaames rated it 2 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: people who like fried pickles
Things Sarah Dessen loves: fried pickles

Things Sarah Dessen hates: NPR-listenin', seitan-eatin' liberals

Actually this book was pretty much a snoozefest, which is sad because just the way I watch Aaron Sorkin's later stuff I read Dessen's books thinking I might get riled up. I will give major props for the awesome Deb, and I liked Dave a lot too.

Oh, yeah, and anyone who's ever run a restaurant will tell you that the free items you give out to customers as they're arriving should never be somethin
This doesn't need a lot of selling, because by now Sarah Dessen has a dedicated following and a recognizable formula: girl with some problem falls in love and resolves the problem by the end. What moved this from a 3 to a 4 for me was one scene directly out of Chas. Addams (you'll know it when you read it). Honestly, I never thought that I'd giggle over a Sarah Dessen book, but that one scene? Giggleable.

Maclean - or Liz, Beth, Lizbeth or Eliza - is the product of a Broken Marriage. Mom stayed "
I loved the idea of this book - a drifting protagonist who goes where her father's work takes her, making herself a different person at each town before moving on again. Plus the dad is a super chef who is in charge of resurrecting failing restaurants. With Ramsay's Kitchen Nightmares being a guilty pleasure of mine, I was ready to chow down on this 400 page goodie! As it turns out, this book turned out to be less yummy soulfood... more of a lukewarm burger. But it was still somewhat satisfying, ...more
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