This weeks pair of free audiobooks from Sync’s Summer Reading Program are:
by Ashley Royer | Read by Will Lasley
Since the tragic death of his girlfriend, Delia, Luke has refused to speak and can’t seem to come out of his depression, plagued by depressive self-doubt. Desperate to make some positive change in his life, Luke’s mother sends him to live with his father in Maine. Though the idea of moving from Australia to Maine seems completely daunting, Luke resigns himself to his fate.
Luke and his dad must learn to live together through resentment and misunderstanding. And then he meets Delilah, a girl who reminds him eerily of someone he lost.
Newly updated and revised, Remember to Forget presents in print for the first time the Wattpad sensation that has amassed over 11 million reads.
This book is paired with …
by Jyotsna Hariharan | Read by Phoebe Strole, Michael Crouch, Nina Mehta, a Full Cast
All Alex Dassan needs to do is win second place in the debate team finals. The second place prize is a trip to the Nottingshire Retreat in London, where she’ll have a chance to take a class with her writing idol, Mary Noelle Simmons. Alex knows that once she meets Mary, then her life will fall into place and her dreams of becoming a writer will be possible (and less scary). Nothing is going to stand in Alex’s way – especially not a dad who’s never home and a mom who left to go “find herself” in India. The only problem: With minutes before the competition and a missing debate partner, Alex is feeling a little desperate.
All Jeremy Beekman needs to do is pass AP biology. If Jeremy passes, then he can get into medical school, become a doctor in 10 years, and keep his family together. He won’t disappoint his parents the way his brother did. The only problem: Jeremy spends more time on art and the AV club than on his homework.
When Alex and Jeremy run into each other (literally!) before the debate team competition, they make an arrangement: If Jeremy helps Alex win the debate team finals, then Alex will tutor Jeremy in biology. What could go wrong?
What starts as an academic arrangement soon turns into a friendship where absent parents and burdensome expectations are confronted, dreams are dreamed bigger, and the debate team competition stakes are even higher. You may now begin your rebuttal.