Hello. This post is a collection of 16 quotes from the book - The Summer I Turned Pretty by Jenny Han. I hope you enjoy reading these quotes.
The Summer I Turned Pretty Quotes
For me, it was almost like winter didn't count. Summer was what mattered. My whole life was measured in summers. Like I don't really begin living until June.
Smirky mouths make you want to kiss them, to smooth them out and kiss the smirkiness away. Or maybe not away … but you want to control it somehow. Make it yours.
You're so pretty. So pretty. You're going to have an amazing, amazing summer. It'll be a summer you'll never forget.
It was the summer everything began. It was the summer I turned pretty. Because for the first time, I felt it. Pretty, I mean. Every summer up to this one, I believed it'd be different. Life would be different. And that summer, it finally was. I was.
It's hot when a girl can drive stick. It shows she's confident, she knows what she's doing.
I could survive for months, years, on a crush. It was like food. It could sustain me.
The idea of tanning sounds so fun in theory. Laying out, soaking up sun and sipping on soda, falling asleep like a fat cat. But then the actual act of it is kind of tedious and boring. And hot. I would always rather be floating in an ocean, catching sun that way, than lying down sweating in the sun.
Victory is a thousand times sweeter when you're the underdog.
It was a new thing to have guys looking at me, much less asking me on dates. It felt equal parts amazing and scary.
Moments, when lost, can't be found again. They're just gone.
For me there was--is--nothing better than walking on the beach late at night. It feels like you could walk forever, like the whole night is yours and so is the ocean. When you walk on the beach at night, you can say things you can't say in real life. In the dark you can feel really close to a person. You can say whatever you want.
Best friends are important. They're the closest thing to a sister you'll ever have. Don't squander it.
I wondered if this was the way old crushes died, with a whimper, slowly, and then, just like that--gone.
Asking someone if they want to kiss you is weird. You're supposed to just do it.
I had finally let him go. It felt like freedom, but freedom bought at some bloody, terrible price. It didn't feel good.
Even paradise could be suffocating. You could only sit on the beach doing nothing so many times before you felt ready to go.
Hello, I am Deepak Kundu, an avid book reader and quotes collector. I hope you enjoyed reading the above quotes from The Summer I Turned Pretty book by Jenny Han.