Three Sixty: A Companion to Small Circles

Three Sixty A Companion to Small Circles Three Sixty is a story about a group of friends You may recognize two of them as the younger siblings of Larson Ashby and Jade Walbridge but that does not mean you know them Audrina Paxton and Lars

  • Title: Three Sixty: A Companion to Small Circles
  • Author: Megan Duke
  • ISBN: 9781483524818
  • Page: 313
  • Format: ebook
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    Three Sixty is a story about a group of friends You may recognize two of them as the younger siblings of Larson Ashby and Jade Walbridge, but that does not mean you know them Audrina, Paxton, and Larson meet Carter after he decides to spend the summer with his older sister Jade Set during the summer before Audrina s freshman year of college, over the course of those fouThree Sixty is a story about a group of friends You may recognize two of them as the younger siblings of Larson Ashby and Jade Walbridge, but that does not mean you know them Audrina, Paxton, and Larson meet Carter after he decides to spend the summer with his older sister Jade Set during the summer before Audrina s freshman year of college, over the course of those four months, the friends come face to face with jealousy, regret, freedom, and the true meaning of love As a companion to the novel Small Circles, Three Sixty promotes the notion that it s okay to be happy, even if you have to completely turn your life around, and start over, in order to achieve that.

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    • Jaclyn says:

      Warning!!! I would suggest with utmost certainty that you read Small Circles before reading Three-Sixty because many things that happened in Small Circles IS mentioned in this book. So if you do not want to be spoiled or completely confused then do not read this book yet, read it eventually after you have read Small Circles If you have read Small Circles, then yes, please read Three-Sixty. Enjoy!!!I am so happy and thankful that there was more than one book in this series by Megan Duke. In the p [...]

    • Lauren says:

      See the review on my blog here: thebookwormcornerr NOTE: Please don't read this review if you haven't finished Three Sixty, this review contains spoilers, only because I'm too lazy to actually put the "spoilers" thing on .I finished Three Sixty in the middle of the week, and to say that I was rendered speechless would be an understatement. I honestly wing it with reviews and type as thoughts fill my brain, but I just can't, right now. Thinking back on the novel, it was just a crazy ride of ups a [...]

    • Erisha (Bookaholic Reads) says:

      Read full review at: bookaholic-reads*I RECEIVED THIS BOOK IN EXCHANGE FOR AN HONEST REVIEW*NO SPOILERS!Three Sixty by Megan Duke is a companion novel to Small Circles. Three Sixty was a fantastic book which grabbed the readers interest straight away. Megan Duke has written another fantastic novel which I can assure you, will touch the hearts of many. This book follows the story of Small Circles except through the "eyes" of Audrina and Carter. This book follows conflicts and complications which [...]

    • Alexa says:

      Megan you have done it again! Your books continue to break my heart and I absolutely love it. I seriously love this book so much! The writing in this book is phenomenal. So much emotion and heartache in only 125 pages. Now let's talk about the characters. I absolutely loved that we got to learn more about Audrina and Paxton's relationship. In Small Circles you found out that they had a past but the extent of their feelings I had no clue about, until I read this book. Which I am obsessed with by [...]

    • Lainey Lorio says:

      (This review can also be found at thebellebeautyblog)If you liked Small Circles, I recommend reading Three Sixty. It's told mostly from Audrina Ashby's perspective, and throughout the story we learn how hard it was to watch herself get pushed out of the group of friends while Paxton and Jade fell in love. More importantly, this book follows Audi's struggle to figure out who she is, sans Paxton.I loved that. In Small Circles, Audrina was "the other girl" who had developed a dependency on Paxton o [...]

    • Jessica says:

      OH MY GOODNESSis was amazing. I am so happy I finally got to read this. I loved Small Circles, and I was wanting to find out what happened after to novel ended. Three Sixty is the perfect companion to Small Circles. really isI just wish it was longer! I don't ever want to stop reading about Pax, Audi, and Larson. I love them and I never want to stop reading about their journey through life.I love how Megan Duke writeslove it. Her stories aren't typical storiesey are real. They are stories that a [...]

    • Terrell Brown says:

      *** SPOILERS***** Omg.This book was so awesome!!! during my reading of this book I have really grown to love Audrina and Paxton. After reading Small Circles By Megan Duke, I was really hurt by the ending but this just made it better. Im still feeling a bit melancholy but I'm so happy for Larson. I loved how this story ended and i think that there was nothing left out besides me wanting to know what happens to Audrina. Im happy also how Paxton and Audrina got over there issues with each other, be [...]

    • Ana says:

      I received a free copy in exchange of an honest review.Full review: analoves/2014/05/08/reviewMegan Duke has done it again! She made me fall in love with another one of her books.Three Sixty is a companion to Small Circles, and I definitely recommend that you read Small Circles before reading this book. Instead of following the same characters from Small Circles, we follow Audrina (Larson's sister) and Carter (Jade's brother). When I read the blurb for this book I was pretty sure I knew who it w [...]

    • Opeyemi Adeleke says:

      oh my days where to start with this book? Firstly i wish this book was longer because when i finished reading it i missed the characters and what they were going to do next. this book is so real is like i was apart of it.i cried when Owen died in small circles and then i cried in three sixty when larson wrote to owen about how he is moving on but will never stop loving him. There's so much i can say/type about this book but i just cant seem to put it into words.i love this book so much because i [...]

    • Florence says:

      Megan Duke has written a fascinating novel in THREE SIXTY, and it is well worth the read. This book accomplishes a fascinating interplay between characters. The young people who are main characters are relatable. They have flaws and struggles, just like in real life. This encourages the reader to want to discover more about each of them. The author is direct and tells the hard truths with grace. This is a very recommended book.

    • Hayley Josh says:

      The characters appear so realistic and the way in which they speak and interact is believable and it is written so well and it puts you in a state of flow while reading it. I definitely need to read Small Circles in order to fully appreciate this book, so when I have read it I will add to my review but so far it seem promising.

    • Bryce says:

      How is it that Megan's books always seem to leave me both utterly heartbroken and inspired at the same time?  This book had me feeling way too many emotions at once.I love how real this book is.  It made connecting with these characters, both the new and the old, effortless.I'm glad that I got to understand Audrina a little better, and get to know her as a character.And I absolutely love Silas!!!  I can't wait read more about him in Ninety Degrees!As for some of the other characters, I can't [...]

    • Catheryn Bolick says:

      This book was so amazingly and well written. Megan Duke is able to create the characters so that it's possible for you to begin seeing the world as they do, also while including some drama and romance ;) She is an exceptionally good author as I cannot wait to read Ninety Degrees

    • Céline says:

      Was so great to see the original characters again, I've been dying to see where they are now. And though this was a great book once again I am still not that big of a fan of Audria. I hope she can grow up and become someone she can be proud of.

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