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Per due anni, è come se non avessi vissuto; ero persa in un baratro di dolore, da cui credevo non sarei più riemersa. Poi ho incontrato Wes Michels. Lui è il. La serie Ruin: Ricordati di sognare - Ricordati di amare - Ricordati di perdonare - Ricordati di sperare (Italian Edition) - Kindle edition by Rachel Van Dyken. Ricordati di sognare: (Ruin vol. 1) (Italian Edition) - Kindle edition by Rachel Van Dyken. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or.
Ma soprattutto, quale presenza oscura si aggira nottetempo negli infiniti corridoi del mondo dei sogni di Liv, un mondo che incredibilmente condivide con altre persone? E cosa significano gli improvvisi episodi di sonnambulismo di Mia? E mi dispiace tanto doverlo dire. O forse mi sentivo svuotata io. Nei pochi momenti di tensione, stavo sempre col fiato sospeso, alla ricerca di una svolta che si avvicinava, ma che non arrivava mai completamente. A volte ho anche avuto l'impressione che i personaggi si comportassero in maniera troppo adulta, forse per il numero ridotto di dialoghi rispetto alle altre sequenze narrative, come se non stessi davvero leggendo uno young adult. O forse per l'eccessiva concentrazione di descrizioni e la fin troppo leggera pressione sui rapporti interpersonali tra loro, che esalta l'aspetto narrativo e riflessivo sacrificando un po' quello emotivo.
Marshall learns more than he can handle about Bink and after Gunz leaves goes off to bed alone. Bink gives him his space and goes back to her apartment with his daughter. Marshall processes everything he learned coming to the conclusion he does not care, he loves her and wants her in his life. Binks brother is going to get married and sends an invitation to the wedding to her.
Marshall is going to meet her family. She does not want to take him to meet her family knowing he would not fit in. Seeing not way out of it, Bink and Marshall go to the clubhouse for the weekend.
Once they are at the Clubhouse Bink emotions are going crazy, she is emotional, hormonal and straight up nerves. Big is not letting Bink off so easy for breaking his heart.
He is going to show her that her leaving really did not mean a thing to him. He tells her he has a girlfriend. The start of the wedding begins the night before and Bink is emotionally upset not really wanting to see Big with his girlfriend. As she predicted Marshall did get picked on, he got drugged. This left her with her girls for the night.
Not only did Big go out of his way to hurt her, they argued until Gunz had to step in and stop it. Marshall did however get along will the only people in her family that did not like her, nor did she care for them.
Her mother and sisters with their spouses, who did not really care for who she felt was her true family, the club. After the wedding and food was done and cleared there was dancing.
The tags speak for themselves. And this perfectly describes all the feelings I have for this book: I have nothing against instalove, no siree. I don't even have issues with books about view spoiler [cancer come on, who doesn't love A Walk to Remember and The Fault in Our Stars? So put all those together, and you get what?
A train wreck of a book. I tried really hard to like Ruin: And 5-star reviews on Goodreads! So I wanted to give it a chance.
I actually liked the first part, even with the one-dimensional characters and the instalove. Hey, who can fault anyone for loving someone at first sight? And having your feelings returned at the same time? I know I'm a cynical bitch, but I can't stop instalove from happening, right? But gosh, the story was so predictable.
And unoriginal. Experimental drugs? Days to live? Beautiful girl making you fight for your life? Loving against all odds? Please don't tell me you haven't heard, watched or read that kind of plot for, like, a million times. I have no problem with predictable or even unoriginal plots, but I would expect unique execution.
Or I don't know, make the protagonist a circus member with a pet monkey that doesn't sound original either lol. Just to set it above the rest, ya know? And don't let me start about the ending. What published writer messes up her tenses? The author personally I kind of felt guilty writing such a scathing review, but I really didn't expect her reading it: I'm not a native American speaker so I don't know a lot of slang, but I'm still leaving this here as it bugged me to no end.
I hate to hate on this story because I think the author was writing from a good place, but that doesn't excuse it. This book just isn't realistic. There are so many problems with this book I'm not sure where start. There were editing mistakes- many. The voice of the male narrator was completely inauthentic. And it got down right preachy by the end-- it was full of long, inspirational speeches from one character to another.
It also doesn't deal with any of the real issues that it puts forth. We've got a girl whose parents are dead and a boy who is sick and whose mother and brother are dead. Instead of seeing how they pull through these enormous, life-altering grief issues, we get a fairytale, bubblegum story about how Wes and Kiersten love each other, and then miracles happen and they live happily ever after.
This book is sickly sweet. View 2 comments. Came back to it this morning and I couldn't remember anything about the story or characters. Not a good sign considering I have an excellent memory. Maybe I'll go back a few chapters on a re-read and give it another try.
That never causes any problems for the human race. Sure, perhaps some women overthink sometimes, but has it ever caused problems for the human race? However, I can prove it over and over what causes problem is people not thinking. And that, we have a lot of. Proof 1: Seriously, there are so many things that bugged me with this book.
Now to the actual review. Ruin is the story of Kiersten and Weston, both characters full of struggles in their lives. Kiersten is moving to college hoping to get a new start since her parents died in an accident two years ago. When starting college, she meets Weston, the hottest person in school. Weston, however, has his own secrets and dark past. Well, kind of. So our main characters, Kiersten and Weston. Sure, Kiersten has a tragic past with her parents dying in an accident.
Sweet, kind, beautiful. And in the good looking department: It looked like she was going to pass out. Even Gabe looked stunned. Okay, right, Weston was hot, but not hot enough to render both sexes speechless. Okay, so Wes has his own past too. A mother dying and a brother committing suicide. Neither topic is ever really touched on in deeper scale, so they were just there to add to the story when needed. I want to talk about the plot for a minute.
The plot is solely about them falling for each other — which they do, fast. That, and the struggles Weston is currently facing.
Very sick. With cancer. This alone came off as… strange. The next thing about this, he still plays football on a college level. I do know people with cancer can work out, but on college level?
Okay, maybe he can manage it, but what kind of people would actually let this person do it full scale? So the biggest problem with all of this is the lack of explanation. None of it is really explained. And someone can please be so kind to tell me how Weston can look like a freaking sex-god after going through all these treatments.
The real problem is the execution. The plot needed to delve deeper in the bigger tracks in the plot. Instead, everything is just grazed on the surface: As it is, there are so many sidetracks the story takes up. One of them: Yeah, I got pretty damn upset about this, especially when this conversation happens later: What ever does it mean? Yes, this is taken out of context, and yes, this is used as playful conversation. Should that matter? Fuck no. But seriously, why isn't this discussed more?
Because this is no the first time something like this is put into NA books and not taken seriously. That smaller rant aside, there are so mane double-standards here.
We have Weston urging Kiersten to make new friends one day. And she does. This is what he thinks we assume whenever we go home to a partner for the first time: The writing is amateurish and juvenile. The cheese-factor is sky high and there hasn't been one realistic thing so far. He sees a red-headed TSTL Mary-Sue heroine who is so socially awkward she can barely speak and he falls madly into insta-love with her. Because of course he does. Also, her roommate and that girl's cousin ALSO instantly adore Kiersten and want to protect her from all harm.
Because of course they do.
If there's one thing I hate almost as much as insta-love, it's insta-friends. Anyway, I have very close ties to pediatric cancer and this book comes off as extremely stupid and insulting to my intelligence.
I don't care about either of the MCs to continue reading and I have once again been tricked by tons of positive reviews. Jan 10, Sofia rated it did not like it. Sinceramente all'inizio non avevo nemmeno preso in considerazione di leggere un altro libro di questa autrice, visto che "Quello che sei per me" l'ho trovato davvero assurdo Meglio non parlare dei personaggi.
Per un po' l'ho anche lasciato in sospeso, non avevo proprio voglia di leggerlo, tanto che nel frattempo ho preferito dedicarmi ad altri, ma finalmente ora posso dire di essere riuscita a finirlo. E con questo ho capito che Rachel Van Dyken ed io non ci intendiamo proprio, ci rinuncio! I HATE giving one star reviews. I like to respect an authors work. I just couldn't help it with this one. I was really, really dissapointed with this book. Almost all the reviews for this were so good!
Within about 20 pages I just knew this book was gonna blow. How is it in anyway romantic for a guy to be obsessively in love with you in 2 days???
All the stuff the main guy was telling the main girl yeah I honestly can't even remember their names was comple I HATE giving one star reviews. All the stuff the main guy was telling the main girl yeah I honestly can't even remember their names was completely unrealistic coming from a guy. They just don't talk like that. It was just so utterly cheesy it made me cringe.
I painfully kept reading this book because I figured it had to get better, but by page I had been tortured enough and gave up. I don't know. Maybe I read a different book. Why do people love this?? I even pushed through to the end, just searching for what everyone is giving it 5 stars for. It's simply not there. But it's not just that.
First things first: I love the cover. Just brilliant. But I couldn't get through this read. I really do wish this could have been better: From the acknowledgement I can see that the Author has an uncle view spoiler [suffering from cancer hide spoiler ] , and maybe that is where her research on the treatment is from.
Very different. In fact the whole story just did not gel at all. Would I recommend this book? All in all, a typical YA sugary romance that a lot of YA fans will like or even love. Not for me, though. C'era una volta il primo libro di quest'autrice che ho letto Quello che sei per me: Qualche nota positiva nella storia ci sono anche, ma sono poche, e vengono coperte dal resto. Troppi problemi che vengono risolt C'era una volta il primo libro di quest'autrice che ho letto Quello che sei per me: Che poi l'autrice ha provato a rallentare un po' le cose con il "restiamo solo amici", ma alla fine le ha accelerate di nuovo.
Da piangere This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. I know I read "fiction" and I choose to enter a book at my own risk, but this was just too unrealistic for me. It actually bordered on ridiculous. The hero was extremely ill, to the point where he could die within months of his illness. He was taking experimental drugs that made him feel sick and he was constantly throwing up and looking pale and loosing weight but he still has the ability to play college football?
Not only that but he's the star quarterback? Just too over the top for me. Two completely conflicting situations terminal illness and being an active college quarterback just don't go together! View 1 comment. Siento que fue MUY dulce y tenia muchos cliches, especialmente al final. If blurbs told the truth this what the back cover would say: He is also the university's star football player.
While working as an RA at the college he INSTANTLY and inexplicably falls in love with a painfully awkward freshman who is on anti-depressants because her parents drowned in a freak cave-diving accident. Weston has a dark secret. He has cancer and is going to die.
The If blurbs told the truth this what the back cover would say: The whole book so far just defies explanation. None of the characters are developed, they just are.
There is no reason for Weston to love Kiersten, he just does. There's no reason for Gabe to be so fiercely protective of his cousin's roommate, he just is. This story could have been OK, but it was just executed so poorly. If she would taken the time to develop the characters and their relationships and give the reader a reason to believe in the bonds they form, then she may have had a good story.
Unfortunately, the entire novel comes off as rushed, over the top, and sick-sweet. View all 5 comments. I decided to read this book because I was blinded by all the 5 stars it got.
The vague blurb was a warning sign, but I ignored it and went ahead and read the book. Stupid decision. Ricordati di perdonare Rachel Van Dyken. Ricordati di sperare Rachel Van Dyken. Ruin Rachel Van Dyken. The Bet Rachel Van Dyken. Summer Heat Rachel Van Dyken. Enforce Rachel Van Dyken. Rip Rachel Van Dyken. Bang Bang Rachel Van Dyken. Enrage Rachel Van Dyken.
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