Two Steps Forward

Two Steps Forward

Rachel Cohn / May 27, 2020
Two Steps Forward Instead of going to Australia this summer Annabel is off to visit her dad in LA much to her annoyance No Australia means no Ben the fit soccer player who was her first real kiss And it s not even li
  • Title: Two Steps Forward
  • Author: Rachel Cohn
  • ISBN: 9781416916512
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • Instead of going to Australia this summer, Annabel is off to visit her dad in LA much to her annoyance No Australia means no Ben, the fit soccer player who was her first real kiss And it s not even like Annabel is getting to travel solo A follow up to The Steps , this is a funny look at family life and its evolving nature.
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      • Rachel Cohn

        Rachel grew up in the D.C area and graduated from Barnard College with a B.A in Political Science She has written many YA novels, including three that she cowrote with her friend and colleague David Levithan She lives and writes when she s not reading other people s books, organizing her music library or looking for the best cappuccino in New York City.

    718 Comments


    1. I chose to read this book because I was looking for a good fun read, and the librarian told me this was a great, girly book that I would enjoy In this book, we got to meet two sisters named Annabel and Lucy who live in different states from each other When Annabel finds out she has to spend her summer with her dad and Lucy in California, she was not happy Little did she know, she was going to run into her first kiss, Ben They all spend their summer together, along with Wheatie who has a secret c [...]


    2. You will be hard pressed to find a truer tween voice than that of Rachel Cohn, who wrote THE STEPS, the prequel to this novel Cohn brings back the very bizarre, intertwined family tree of which Annabel is the center, but this time three voices join the picture Lucy s, Wheaties , and Ben s Instead of spending her summer in Sydney like she wants to, Annabel is forced to go with her mom, Angelina, to Los Angeles, where her father has just relocated with his new family that includes Annabel s steps [...]


    3. This book follows a complicated family and their summer together in L.A It rotates from Annabel, a fashionable New Yorker, to Lucy, her sweet stepsister, to her persistent stepbrother Wheaties A.K.A Alan, and the athlete Ben The book records the summer these four and their mothers, fathers, and nanny have together It s a wild, crazy two months, from star maps and Australian accents to Leonardo DiCaprio and a very eventful camping trip The story is told from different perspectives, and sometimes [...]


    4. Two Steps Forward is the sequal to The Steps Lucy and her family moved from Australia to L.A, and Annabel is coming to visit, but this time with her mom and her step brother nickname Wheaties Also Ben, Annabels long lost love, is coming to visit to and she can t wait Lucy and Annable seem like step sisters in this book, but Lucy and Annabel get in this big fight because Annabel would always change herself to be what Ben wants In the end Lucy and Annabel have forgiving each other, but Ben is lea [...]


    5. Two Steps Forward by Rachel Cohn was one of the books that I eventually got bored of It was alright in the beginning but when it got toward the middle, it started getting a little boring Annabel s love adventure was pretty interesting I m pretty sure that she have been through a lot with her family, and her love life She wants a perfect love life, unlike the one her family has I haven t read the first book, The Steps So I was sort of confused of what s going on when I first picked up this book I [...]


    6. This book was just what I needed a fun, silly, fluffy teen girl book In terms of sophistication, it wasn t great, but then again, the target audience is girls aged 9 13 I liked the aspect of the crazy family with remarried parents and stepsiblings creating their own family, especially how close Lucy and Annabel are I probably won t read the prequel or rave about this novel to my friends, but it was certainly an enjoyable read.


    7. I couldn t get through Two Steps Forward I found it pretty confusing because there are a lot of different families and stepbrothers and sisters, etc It was the kind of book I thought really needed something like a family tree Maybe I was confused because, as I just realized, it is the second book of the series But, the main reason I didn t finish it and barely started it was because I found it boring I just wasn t interested and the beginning didn t grab me.


    8. A good, quick read I found it very enjoyable, even though it was written for a younger group of people It is about love, friendship, summer, crushes, youth, and family It goes over how even if a relationship ends, sometimes the family ties still remain It also goes into how too much time with someone, can be a bad thing and sometimes people just need space I recommend this book for anyone who is looking for a good read.


    9. Tow Steps Forward is a book that some people might like I really didn t like it It is intresting in some parts of the book but most of it I really didn t like sometimes it would get intresting like when she was moving and she fought with her sister Her and her sister would get along usualy but that day they didn t really get along.


    10. The sequel to The Steps, Two Steps Forward finds everyone in LA for the summer where it turns out that maybe we didn t learn all the necessary lessons last time around This one s different because every chapter is told from a different point of view, instead of Annabel s not always reliable vantage point I think I liked this one better than the first one.


    11. Coz no matter how totally unrelated yet close everyone are, i still find the relationships kinda icky and i bit hard to swallow I think the only way that steps can make relationships cute and adorable is when Cher and Josh fell for each other in the movie Clueless.Interesting story though, the book i mean.


    12. This book made me do something I very, rarely do quit reading.Rachel Cohn has such a good voice I wish she would use it for than writing hot girls with unbelievably complicated families who get called by their first names, no matter if they re your parents or not.


    13. I enjoyed reading this book It probably would have made sense had I read the first book but just the same, I thought it was good I thought that this was a good look into how crazy life can become if your parents get divorced and re married and your family just continues to grow.


    14. Honestly, I found this book utterly boring and confusing Maybe it s because I didn t read the first book, but none the less this story was really puzzling I would not recommend this book to anyone who is a lover of adventure and nonstop entertainment Not this one, sorry.


    15. Rachel Cohn is another very good author I read the first book the steps in one day I have steps of my own so it inspired me to read it I like that this book changes perspectives during the book other than the first book but based on quality i would prefer the first book .




    16. This was a pretty good book I really enjoyed reading it This is a great sequel to The Steps I love all the characters and the plot It s great to know that some step families get along.



    17. This sequel to The Steps was even better than the original Funny, moving and told from 4 points of view, it was a great look at a blended international family and the issues they face.




    18. This one played out, for me, like a real soap opera But, then again, I love a good soap opera so I enjoyed it.







    19. Definitely for girls, early teen girls at that I thought categorizing it as juvenile was stretching it, as it s very mature in parts Good characters, though.


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