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Nd she knows he’ll be in tow as she explores everything Sweden has to offer from visiting Swedish castles to learning about the Viking era to sampling treats from a smörgåsbord to strolling the cobblestone streets of Stockholm’s Gamla Stan Calista loves Sweden from the moment she arrives but why hasn’t Jonas calle Sweden While it still exasperates me that most of this series is set in Europe I m pleased that some of them take place in countries I know so little aboutCalista has gone to Sweden for two reasons to get a break from his perfect talented twin Suzanne and to be closer to her Swedish boyfriend Jonas She s studied some Swedish on her own note when she moans about how perfect Suzanne is and how she doesn t have a talent of her own nobody stops to point out that she speaks four languages and is ready for actionCalista s an interesting one because she s really very different when she s with or talking to her family and when she s on her own She s a bit hard to take at times when it comes to her family honestly I spent a fair amount of time especially early on wondering if I wouldn t have preferred a book from Suzanne s perspective but when it comes down to it she s no different than oh any teen who has a complicated relationship with her family We do see a much kinder side too pretty much right awayand she grows up a bit with regard to her familyNow The boy There s always a boy Idon t have much to say about him Calista comes to the conclusion that he s the guy for her because the have a lot in common and a lot to talk about but I don t really see it perhaps because they don t spend a lot of time together Not that I mind their lack of joined at the hip ness I appreciate it in fact but it feels a little like an afterthought Too much time spent on Jonas perhaps especially considering that view spoilerwe never even meet himand the only good thing we know about him is that he s athletic and therefore Calista s father likes him hide spoiler Einsteins Generation up a bit with regard to her familyNow The boy There s always a boy Idon t have much to say about him Calista comes to the conclusion that he s the guy for her because the have a lot in common and a lot to talk about but I don t really see it perhaps because they don t spend a lot of time together Not that I mind their lack of joined at the hip ness I appreciate it in fact but it feels a little like an afterthought Too much time spent on Jonas perhaps especially considering that view spoilerwe never even meet himand the only good thing we know about him is that he s athletic and therefore Calista s father likes him hide spoiler

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Focused and gifted pianist but a social dud Calista isn’t at all focused but she always has her friends and a boyfriend by her side And that goes for her time in Sweden as well Jonas who’d been an exchange student at her high school in Wisconsin lives in Stockholm He’s the main reason Calista is studying in Sweden a If you can tolerate the kissy poo love longings from startgreat cultural travelogue read about Swedan

Eva Apelqvist Í 6 Summary

Swede escape Calista Swanson has begun her study abroad semester in Stockholm Sweden and she couldn’t be happier There’s finally some distance between her and the constant piano playing of her annoying sister Suzanne Calista and Suzanne are twins but the only thing they have in common is their birth date Suzanne is a Swede dreams are made of this who am I to disagreeThis series seems silly but is pretty educational about some aspects of travel and culture I ve liked this one the best yet

  • Paperback
  • 224
  • Swede Dreams
  • Eva Apelqvist
  • English
  • 09 October 2019
  • 9780142407462

About the Author: Eva Apelqvist

Eva Apelvist grew up in Stockholm Sweden She came to the United States as an exchange student her senior year in high school and met her future husband three days before going home to Sweden Eva loves the English language and its many possibilities She enjoys seeing new places eating new things trying new sports and meeting new people She lives in northern Wisconsin with her husband thei



10 thoughts on “Swede Dreams

  1. says:

    It was really interesting to learn about life in Sweden The author did an excellent job with that I want to have a julgransplundring say goodbye to Christmas party There wasn’t much drama in this one either and the romance was really sweet Overall a sweet read

  2. says:

    I checked this out from the library last winter but I didn't get around to reading it then It would have been the first book I read in this series Now it's the fourth I've read Out of the gate Calista came out with some rude mean spirited comments towards her sister and I thought I wouldn't like her at all She made one t

  3. says:

    Swede dreams are made of this who am I to disagreeThis series seems silly but is pretty educational about some aspects of travel and culture I've liked this one the best yet

  4. says:

    Thanks to having a hot Swedish exchange student as a boyfriend Minneapolis native Calista has signed up for an exchange program that w

  5. says:

    This review is also posted on my blog view spoilerWell I finished this like a week ago and I’m only just now getting to write the

  6. says:

    If you can tolerate the kissy poo love longings from startgreat cultural travelogue read about Swedan

  7. says:

    Sweden While it still exasperates me that most of this series is set in Europe I'm pleased that some of them take place in c

  8. says:

    Reviewed by Jennifer Rummel for TeensReadToocomSweden means two things for Calista getting away from her annoyingly talented twin sister and being reunited with her boyfriend But Sweden isn't at all what Cal expects For one thing she can't get a hold of her boyfriend She's also living with a host family taking all of her courses in Swedish a

  9. says:

    I feel as if this SASS book was informative about its country so than the other books in the series After reading this book I feel the urge to visit Sweden one day It was chock full of history especially viking history culture and language I could relate to Calista's excitement when she saw the museum exhibits gardens and other tou

  10. says:

    I have always been fond of reading SASS Books due to the simple fact that they combine culture history and a little bit of romance in just the right amount of degree I love realistic fiction and of it when it transports you to a place as exotic and historically rich as Sweden Calista Cal was initially drawn to studying abroad in Sweden because of her exchange student boyfriend Jonas She wanted to distance herself a bit frorm her twin sist

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