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The Islanders have known one another forever—but everyone has secrets. The fifth and sixth books in Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant's addictive series reach a whole new audience in this gorgeous omnibus edition. Claire isn't the kind of girl who would ever pine after a guy. But then she falls for Jake—the one person who wants nothing to do with her. Could a snowy week The Islanders have known one another forever—but everyone has secrets. The fifth and sixth books in Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant's addictive series reach a whole new audience in this gorgeous omnibus edition. Claire isn't the kind of girl who would ever pine after a guy. But then she falls for Jake—the one person who wants nothing to do with her. Could a snowy weekend ski trip in New Hampshire be just the thing to heat things up between them? As they head off the island, Claire doesn't realize she may only be driving Jake and her friend Zoey closer together. With the snow falling all around them, will Jake give Claire the cold shoulder . . . or will she finally get his attention? Formerly known as Making Out #5: Claire Gets Caught and Making Out #6: What Zoey Saw.


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The Islanders have known one another forever—but everyone has secrets. The fifth and sixth books in Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant's addictive series reach a whole new audience in this gorgeous omnibus edition. Claire isn't the kind of girl who would ever pine after a guy. But then she falls for Jake—the one person who wants nothing to do with her. Could a snowy week The Islanders have known one another forever—but everyone has secrets. The fifth and sixth books in Katherine Applegate and Michael Grant's addictive series reach a whole new audience in this gorgeous omnibus edition. Claire isn't the kind of girl who would ever pine after a guy. But then she falls for Jake—the one person who wants nothing to do with her. Could a snowy weekend ski trip in New Hampshire be just the thing to heat things up between them? As they head off the island, Claire doesn't realize she may only be driving Jake and her friend Zoey closer together. With the snow falling all around them, will Jake give Claire the cold shoulder . . . or will she finally get his attention? Formerly known as Making Out #5: Claire Gets Caught and Making Out #6: What Zoey Saw.

30 review for The Islanders Vol. 3

  1. 4 out of 5

    H

    Plot twists. Plot twists everywhere. I'm still in recovery. Let's attempt to recap this OTT installment: STATE OF THE UNION: Britney Spears edition (previous SOTU) Zoey's life has become crazy, she just can't sleep Jake wants to know why everybody's talking all this stuff about him (...though it's all true) Lucas' quest to break the ice with Zoey predictably blows up in his face (and he deserved it) Ben needs to stop being a baby and give Nina a sign before he loses her Nina wants Ben to know someti Plot twists. Plot twists everywhere. I'm still in recovery. Let's attempt to recap this OTT installment: STATE OF THE UNION: Britney Spears edition (previous SOTU) Zoey's life has become crazy, she just can't sleep Jake wants to know why everybody's talking all this stuff about him (...though it's all true) Lucas' quest to break the ice with Zoey predictably blows up in his face (and he deserved it) Ben needs to stop being a baby and give Nina a sign before he loses her Nina wants Ben to know sometimes she runs, sometimes she hides, sometimes she's scared of him, but all she really wants is to hold him tight Chris is still womanizing Aisha is in love with a soon-to-be criminal Claire is toxic, Jake's slipping under Still to be resolved: 1. There are way too many spoilers to propose questions to resolve. Stay tuned. Onto the next: The Islanders: Volume 4: Lucas Gets Hurt and Aisha Goes Wild. (less)

  2. 4 out of 5

    Jenn N

    I first read this book when it was known as Boyfriends/Girlfriends and then the Making Out series in the mid 90s. Yep, I’m so old (36) that a book from my teen years has been repackaged 3 times, LOL. Anyways aside from updating the pop culture references, the story is exactly the same. Nina & Ben are still my favorite couple or what the kids today would call a OTP. The fact that Claire Gets Caught centered around a ski trip, was the perfect read for a snow day. And despite updating the pop cultu I first read this book when it was known as Boyfriends/Girlfriends and then the Making Out series in the mid 90s. Yep, I’m so old (36) that a book from my teen years has been repackaged 3 times, LOL. Anyways aside from updating the pop culture references, the story is exactly the same. Nina & Ben are still my favorite couple or what the kids today would call a OTP. The fact that Claire Gets Caught centered around a ski trip, was the perfect read for a snow day. And despite updating the pop culture references from the 90s to today, this still had m me picturing and craving the 90s. ❤️

  3. 5 out of 5

    Elaine Mullane || At Home in Books

    Feeling nostalgic for the books of my youth, I revisited Katherine Applegate and her Islanders omnibus editions (first released as the Making Out series way back in 1993. Yes, I am that old...). While I found them to be overly-dramatic and a little bit cheesy on second reading, I think they would be loved by teenagers today. YA has taken a much-welcome step in the sphere of fantasy, science fiction and Dystopia, largely, in recent years so for teenagers looking for the traditional romance novels Feeling nostalgic for the books of my youth, I revisited Katherine Applegate and her Islanders omnibus editions (first released as the Making Out series way back in 1993. Yes, I am that old...). While I found them to be overly-dramatic and a little bit cheesy on second reading, I think they would be loved by teenagers today. YA has taken a much-welcome step in the sphere of fantasy, science fiction and Dystopia, largely, in recent years so for teenagers looking for the traditional romance novels filled with teen-angst and buried secrets, these are a good series to turn to. A little bit Dawson's Creek in it's setting and it's drama, The Islanders is the perfect teen soap opera.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lizzie the Book Hoarder

    Poor decisions and jumping to conclusions results in the demise of many relationships. Lives change mostly for the worst. The only bright spot is Nina and Benjamin's relationship. As a side note I could not stand Zoey's mother in this second story. The way she acted towards Zoey was no way for a mother to act towards her daughter and to blame Zoey for the truth to come out. Poor decisions and jumping to conclusions results in the demise of many relationships. Lives change mostly for the worst. The only bright spot is Nina and Benjamin's relationship. As a side note I could not stand Zoey's mother in this second story. The way she acted towards Zoey was no way for a mother to act towards her daughter and to blame Zoey for the truth to come out.

  5. 5 out of 5

    fc7reads

    Young love, manipulation, jealousy, misunderstandings, trust, and betrayal feature heavily in this volume. Readers who have consumed the first two volumes feel as though they know the characters quite well at this point. This, combined with the fact that being the reader gives one access to all the story lines at once, creates a sense of wanting to chat with the characters to create a broader sense of perspective. Of course, because this series is essentially a romcom, things generally work out Young love, manipulation, jealousy, misunderstandings, trust, and betrayal feature heavily in this volume. Readers who have consumed the first two volumes feel as though they know the characters quite well at this point. This, combined with the fact that being the reader gives one access to all the story lines at once, creates a sense of wanting to chat with the characters to create a broader sense of perspective. Of course, because this series is essentially a romcom, things generally work out okay, so fret not.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Regina Quinones

    The les last i liked from the saga, still good but not as good as volume 2.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Marian

    These just get more painful.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Bella Mauti

  9. 4 out of 5

    Caitlyn "Books Are My Life" Baker

  10. 5 out of 5

    Cameron

  11. 4 out of 5

    Dawn Trlak-Donahue

  12. 4 out of 5

    Annette

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jodeci

  14. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Stanley

  15. 5 out of 5

    Stefanie

  16. 5 out of 5

    Lauren

  17. 4 out of 5

    Christine Pytleski

  18. 5 out of 5

    Ann Marie Flaherty

  19. 4 out of 5

    Lexi

  20. 4 out of 5

    Lauren

  21. 4 out of 5

    Michelle

  22. 5 out of 5

    Madison

  23. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Bourdages

  24. 5 out of 5

    Maya

  25. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Sandberg

  26. 5 out of 5

    Crystal Yi

  27. 5 out of 5

    Christy Morneau

  28. 5 out of 5

    Shannon

  29. 4 out of 5

    luvtoread

  30. 5 out of 5

    Katy

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