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The Breakaway by Jennifer Weiner - Everything About The Release Date, Plot & Synopsis & About The Author



The breakaway is written by Jennifer Weiner, is a lovely, compulsive readable story about finding your path believing in your own worth. The book genre is general fiction, it is based on a cyclist leading a group bike trip from New York to Niagara Falls. The book category lies in family and friendships as It has multiple characters. As the audience start reading this interesting and engaging book blog, they got to know about Abby's life and how did thought of losing weight by start practicing bike or not having sugar and all. As she got a chance to lead 12 days bicycling trip through New York, she takes it. her trip got more complicated than she expected, due to 2 unexpected riders.

Weiner brilliantly manages the tough struggle between Abby's current body neutrality and the inherent pain she has suffered as a result of years of trying to shrink her body. Abby is a really likable character. Weiner occasionally integrates the humor and emotion that the other passengers bring to the journey. The slow-burning romance between Abby and Sebastian is a lot of fun to read, but the real highlight is Abby's desire to take control of her life.

The Release Date of The Book

Save the date for 29th August 2023, when Jennifer Weiner nineteenth book “the breakaway” will be releasing in stores and in digital print. You don’t want to miss it since, it has multiple interesting characters, leading bicycle road trip which makes more interesting and engaging for readers to read with full of romance, friendships fiction.

Available Platforms to Buy This Novel Price

As the book is not launched yet, anyone can pre-order it from multiple online platforms. The expected publication date is 29th august 2023 by Atria Books. ISBN is 1668033429 and ISBN-13 is 978-1668033425. The book genre is general fiction writing, contemporary and romantic. The book is available on Amazon, Good Reads, Booklist Queen, Barnes & Global, Books-a-million, bookshop, target, and many other platforms.

The Breakaway by Jennifer Weiner

From starting to ending of the novel every character brings it traits of excitement and a memorable time of life with friends. When Abby reconnects with Mark who is only half his size fifteen years after her final summer at Camp Golden Hills, it feels like the perfect ending she's always desired. However, Abby is unable to ignore the bad feelings she has or the memory of the exciting night she had with a man named Sebastian two years ago.

About The Author

Jennifer Weiner is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of nineteen books, including That Summer, Big Summer, Mrs. Everything, In Her Shoes, Good in Bed, and a memoir in essays, Hungry Heart. She has appeared on many national television programs, including the Today show and Good Morning America, and her work has been published in the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, among other newspapers and magazines. Jennifer lives with her family in Philadelphia.

Publisher’s Description

The following three quotes sum up Abby’s relationship with her mom:

“The less of Abby there was, the more Eileen liked it. The more Eileen liked her.”

“Just like pop culture buffs could link any actor to Kevin Bacon in fewer than six steps, her mother could swing any conversation around to weight in just two or three.”

“She knew about the weight-loss drugs, and the surgical options—mostly because Eileen insisted on mailing her links every few weeks, usually with a note attached that said something like Gary and I would be more than happy to help with this”

These three lines spoke to me on every single one, but my mom, who I adore and who is really kind, helpful, and complimentary, has a weight-related fear, and I know in my heart that this is because she wants me to be healthy and happy.

Abby Stern, who is 34 years old, has arrived at a joyful place. True, she still works part-time jobs rather than pursuing a profession, and the flat she has called home since graduating from college still has a fresh paint job. She has good friends, a bike, and a bike club in Philadelphia. She is on pace to marry her childhood love and is happy with her plus-size body most of the time. Abby and Mark met at the weight-loss camp Abby’s perpetually-dieting mother, Eileen, forced her daughter to attend. Fifteen years later, when Abby reconnects with a half-his-size Mark, and finds out that he still adores her, it feels like fate.

However, Abby is unable to get rid of the feeling that something is wrong or the memory of a memorable night she shared with a man by the name of Sebastian two years ago. So Abby is relieved to have time away from Mark and a chance to think things over when she receives a last-minute call to organize a group cycle ride from New York City to Niagara Falls. But on the first day, Abby is startled to recognize Sebastian, the one-night stand she never imagined she'd see again, in the tour group. Abby continues to try to keep her distance from Sebastian despite the fact that he is far from Mr. Perfect and is a serial dater who lives far away. To make matters worse, Abby's mother, Eileen, who Abby blames for a lifetime of body shaming and issues she's still working to overcome, was added to the trip at the last minute.

Over the span of the following two weeks, Abby's beliefs about herself, her mother, and the nature of love are called into question. Strangers turn into confidantes; secrets are revealed; and a young girl with a secret will unexpectedly bring all the riders together.


The Breakaway by Jennifer Weiner was fantastic. Despite some humor, this wasn't a comedy. Weight, self-loathing, settling for someone, abortion, religion, mother-daughter relationships, social media, promiscuity, and many more important subjects were covered in depth. There were both humorous and sorrowful passages. Although I didn't completely adore Lily, I thought that she was incredibly realistic, which was the main factor in how much I loved the novel.