Every Little Thing in the World

Every Little Thing in the World

by Nina de Gramont
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Every Little Thing in the World 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
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TeensReadToo More than 1 year ago
Sydney Biggs is sixteen and somewhat of a rebel. After she and her best friend, Natalia, sneak out to a party one night, her mother ships her off to her father for the summer so that he can deal with her. Her father then tells Sydney that he is sending her off to a wilderness camp for a month. The only problem is that Sydney is pregnant, and she needs to decide whether she wants an abortion or not within a very short period of time. She plans to not think about her pregnancy at all during the month that she is away, but then Natalia shows up on the trip with her and is a constant reminder of Sydney's situation. In the end, what will Sydney choose to do? This was a fantastic read. As soon as I heard about EVERY LITTLE THING IN THE WORLD I wanted to get it right away, and when I got my hands on a copy it definitely did not disappoint. I felt so bad for Sydney during the entire book. She was constantly trying to figure out what the right thing to do was, and it didn't help that her best friend was always pushing her opinions on her. All of the characters in the story were great and I liked the ending. This is a wonderful story about a huge decision that a young girl has to make.
Awesomeness1 More than 1 year ago
Originally, I wasn't too interested in this book. From the plot description, it looked pretty cliched. This book is about 16 year old Sydney Biggs. After getting into some trouble, Sydney's parents send her off on a six-week canoeing trip for the summer in the Canadian wilderness. Sydney's best friend, the rich and beautiful Natalia, is also going, but Sydney isn't all too happy about that, because with Natalia there, Sydney must constantly face an awful truth: she is pregnant. Over the course of the summer, Sydney must decide what to do about the baby, whether it means losing her best friend or her future. Surprisingly, I adored this book. The first few chapters were meh, but once Syndey got to campe, I couldn't but the book down. I absolutely loved the complex and lively cast of characters, and the setting was a nice change. It was decently written and pretty realistic. I think de Gramont perfectly captured the troubles of a pregnant teen and brought up some interesting points. I didn't find it predictable and Sydney's decision surprised me. I really enjoyed this book. I'll be looking forward to reading more from this author in the future. If I could, I would give it 4.5 stars.