Let Me List the Ways
Now in their senior year of high schoo ...more
also, this book really educated me about diabetes bc the main character was diabetic. I really enjoyed this book 🥺
e-ARC provided by Edelweiss in exchange for an honest review
Mackenzie and Nolan know that in a few short months everything will change as they head off to different colleges. Determined to make the most of the time they still have left, they come up with a list of things they want to do together before graduation. But as they make their way through it, Mackenzie can’t help feeling that she’s left the most important thing off the list: telling Nolan how she feels. But when confessing h ...more
1. The friendship between Mackenzie and Nolan was beautiful. They were neighbors and life-long friends. Not only were they friends, but their parents were friends, like the kind of friends you go on vacation with friends. I was so enamored with this whol ...more
Let Me List the Ways by Sarah White is in true fashion a friends to lovers book. It is a contemporary where the main character is also dealing with diabetes. Her best friend Nolan has always been there since she could remember. Since that day in 4th grade when she found out that she had diabetes. It has been perfect for them and neither wants anything to change.
Let Me List the Ways is predictable but...more
09/04 reread-- Still gives me feels a second time around <3
*I received an eArc of this book from the Publishers through Netgalley in exchange of an honest review*
This story was adorable and quick. I wasn’t expecting the feels or how light this story was? Mackenzie as our main character was so likable. The way she dealt with her T1D, her relationship with her family and Nolan’s family— I liked her so much.
Same with Nolan, he was really sweet and the way they were ...more
This book reminded me so much of my relationship! I am a sucker for friends to maybe lovers stories!
The characters were super likeable and fun! They seemed realistic to me and I fell in love with them both!
I enjoyed learning more about type 1 diabetes and what it’s like to live with the disease.
Some of the dialogue and prose was reall ...more
I loved the relationship between the main characters here. This book was adorable. Their friendship was so beautiful and strong. The trust, the reliance on each other - it was beautiful to watch. What ruined this book was the ending. Even though it was the outcome I wanted it was way too short. The story builds and builds and builds and then the climax happens and it's just over. There's no basking in happiness, there's no epilogue, there's no life after this event, it's just done. So I ...more
TINY GIST: Mackenzie and Nolan have been BEST FRIENDS since forever. Mackenzie (Nolan calls her Zie) has been love with Nolan since little kids in grade school. However it seems that Nolan is totally oblivious to her mega crush on him! They’ve always been seen together that everyone just assumes that they’re dating or that they are practically siblings. Mackenzie also has type 1 diabetes and Nolan has helped her ...more
Mackenzie “Zie” Clark got diagnosed with type 1 diabetes in grade four. Diabetes is the disease where your pancreas cannot produce enough insulin to stabilize your blood sugars. Where type 2 can be caused by poor diet and other health related problems, type 1 is in the genetics and can remain dormant for several years. Zie discovered she was diabetic after fainting on the elementary school grounds, in front of her soon to be best friend Nolan Walker. Nolan is Zie’s best friend, practically ...more
The story is told from Mackenzie's POV so we obviously know quite early that she is in love with her best fri ...more
Overall, Let Me List the Ways was an amazing read. I loved the characters, the plot, and how everything was developed. Mackenzie (nicknamed Zie) was one of two main characters ...more