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Jenny Han

To All the Boys I've Loved Before

Fiction | Novel | YA

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Chapters 29-34

Chapter 29 Summary

Lara Jean joins Peter at the school football game. She is generally disinterested, and when Peter invites her to hang out at a friend’s house after, she says she’s tired and would prefer to go home but stop at her favorite diner after the game. Lara Jean points out that Peter always rolls his eyes when Josh comes up, as though he doesn’t like him. Peter tells her that in seventh grade Josh turned him in for cheating on a Spanish quiz. Peter is not very interested in school, confident that he’ll get to college through a lacrosse scholarship. Lara Jean mentions that Peter seems to treat everything like a joke, which is a character flaw of his. Peter retorts that being judgey is Lara Jean’s character flaw. Lara Jean tells Peter about her letter for John Ambrose McClaren, a former friend of theirs. Later that night, Lara Jean plays the what-if game in her head about John. She imagines what her life would be like if she and John Ambrose McClaren had gotten together before he moved away.