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Read & Download Made of Stars ☆ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ✓ When eighteen year old Hunter Jackson and his half sister Ashlin return to their dad’s for the first winter in years they expect everything to be just like the warmer months they’d spent there as kids And it is—at first But Chance the charismatic and adveOw warning signs that something is seriously off Then Chance's mom turns up with a bullet to the head and all eyes shift to Chance and his dad Hunter and Ashlin know Chance is innocentthey just have to prove it But how can they protect the boy they both love when they can’t trust a word Chance say. We’re all made of stars” he agrees “We burn bright then we flicker away It’s no secret I’m addicted to Kelley York’s writing and all her lovely broken boys Last December I read both Hushed and Suicide Watch and I absolutely loved them They were without a doubt two of my favorite books of 2015 Now Made of Stars is one of my favs of 2016As always there’s just this eerie feeling that comes with her novels and I’m addicted to it They’re dark and twisted stories that make you uestion your personal ethics and what actually makes someone a villain Even though I would love to go into details on how this one pushed those limits just as Hushed and Suicide Watch I am determined to keep this spoiler free So instead I’ll discuss the beauty of her charactersAshlin was great This is the first Kelley York novel I’ve read with a main character who’s female so I was a bit skeptical going in but I was pleasantly surprised I loved her determination and the adorable way she protected Chance and Hunter She’s definitely one of my favorite female MCs I’ve read this yearChance one of the uirkiest main men I’ve ever read captured my heart the moment he rescued Barbies from the river His love for adventure and horrible home life made me want to wrap him in a blanket and drive him far away from that small town in Maine Some may find his oddities off putting but I found them hopelessly endearing And that tattoo swoonsHunter however was my favorite He reminded me a bit of Evan from Hushed in the way that he loved Chance unconditionally Most people read a line like that roll their eyes and murmur something about sappy teenage romantics I feel you and usually I’m one of the first to cast a judgmental look In Kelley York novels though unconditional love isn’t something to gawk at It’s admirable Because she doesn’t take the term “broken” lightlyThis is such a solid read It’s eerie romantic uniue and perfect for those who like stories that speed up your pulse accounting to both violence or romance Perfect for individuals seeking a darker deeper contemporary read that still has little moments to make you happy

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S harboring deep secrets Secrets that are uickly spiraling into something else entirelyThe reason they've never met Chance’s parents or seen his home is becoming clearer And what the siblings used to think of as Chance's uirks the outrageous stories his clinginess his dangerous impulsiveness are n. 35 StarsWhat did I like most about Made of Stars The writing; I found a certain warmth despite the constant melancholy in the writing all along Careful loving storytelling without pretense; it felt like there were no extravagant props bells and whistles needed to carry the story alongHere’s an excerpt that I adored which will hopefully give you a taste of what I loved “We sprint through the mall the thumping of my pulse and Chance’s breathless laughter a duet in my ears Suddenly it’s summer and we’re fifteen again Chance is all ungainly limbs and freckles with a shirt too big on him and sneakers that are falling apart It’s one of those moments where everything else in the world fades to a dull hum in the background because all that exists is Chance and me and I want to take his bright eyed exhilarated face and bottle it up for safe keeping”Isn’t that gorgeous Hang on let me give you one taste “ Chance and Hunter were the inseparable ones Chance who always wanted to go everywhere Hunter did Chance who always showed off the most when he knew Hunter was watching Chance orbits Hunter like the planets orbit the sun aching to be closer but never daring Until now I suppose”SwoonsThe three MCs are well developed so you get to understand each of them thoroughly I enjoyed experiencing their story from alternating POVs with names at the start of each chapter to make the transition between each POV easy to decipherIt’s a sweet Gay For You story with a storyline which remains pretty close to the blurb Had it given me a little bit “will they won’t they” or a few twists and turns I would have happily rated it higher Oh and the ending It’s um Abrupt my Kindle was at 88 per cent and then SLAP it was all over But it also makes sense for Chance which leaves an even bigger ache in my heart for his tormented and brave soulI will read of Kelly York’s work End of story

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Made of StarsWhen eighteen year old Hunter Jackson and his half sister Ashlin return to their dad’s for the first winter in years they expect everything to be just like the warmer months they’d spent there as kids And it is at first But Chance the charismatic and adventurous boy who made their summers epic i. I didn't love this as much as Hushed which was my genre being a horror and all but it does have an overall dark theme with a constant flow of mystery regarding a certain character It's a story told under a looming grey cloud where you know a disaster is forthcoming giving it a suspenseful tone throughout The narrative voices are where I wasn't fully sold and ultimately stopped me from giving it my all Made of Stars is told through a dual perspective of a brother and a sister who have met Chance during summer break at their dad's place Every year they meet up and have a memorable summer then have no contact with him until next time This year however things have changed They're now a bit older and are realizing that Chance's life is not what he made it out to be While I didn't dislike the characters they're actually pretty likeable with their great group dynamic and unwavering bond I found both narratives hard to distinguish I regularly had to make a conscious effort to remind myself which perspective I was currently reading The ebook format on my reader didn't help surely as twice I completely missed that the POV had changed With Ashlin and Hunter narrating this book one would assume it is telling their stories however Made of Stars is not Hunter or Ashlin's story at all This is Chance's story Chance is definitely my favorite of the 3 I found his character arc incredibly engaging and complex He's broken obviously lying about and running from his home life Being a master of hiding behind a tough facade I feel like I didn't get to know the real Chance; him to the core Though I believe this is how Kelley intended it We do learn just how broken he really is as well as what's behind it which is often the most we can hope for with tragic stories like these However being kept at arm's length from Chance together with the lack of distinctive voices made it impossible for me to emotionally immerse myself in these characters I didn't feel all the feels with this one I also was not a fan of the way it ended it offers no closure at all I can't say it wasn't realistic or maybe even perfect for what this story was meant to be but neverthelessI do appreciate the non stereotypical approach Kelley takes with her books Especially how she implements LGBT themes which frankly I find refreshing for a YA romance It involves characters that lack any stereotypes in and of themselves The realism is also a strong factor where we see Hunter beginning to realize his feelings for Chance and the internal conflict this elicits There is an honest raw uality to Kelley's writing that I truly love It's what made me a fan of hers in the first place I think Chance's story which is twisted and somewhat bittersweet deserves to be read and despite my problems with the narratives I'm glad that I did An advance copy was provided by the publisher for reviewFor of my reviews visit my blog at Xpresso Reads