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Read The Centre of My Everything ä PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free é Justin’s back and wants to put the past behind himCorey’s a footy hero and high school dropout who can’t even find work picking fruitTara wants to be loved But if her mother doesn’t care why would anyone elseMargo wants out and she has a plaWould anyone elseMargo wants out and she has a plan to get therePlans change Life happens Some secrets won’t stay buried Peace isn’t as simple as laying bones to restA story about love and loss A. Trigger warnings; sexual assault rape racism abuse alcoholismWow The Centre of My Everything was phenomenal I did not expect to be sucked in to the book in the way that I was I could not stop turning the pages I'm truly struggling to put into words how much I loved this book In The Centre of My Everything Allayne tackles some really difficult topics and she does it in a really great way This book is so raw honest and real that at times it hurts to read it But it is one of those important reads that should not be shied away from As horrible as some of the themes of sexism and racism are I can say that they are true to what I have observed in the world as bad as it is that discrimination like that continues I tend to enjoy reading about unlikable charactersnarrators The Centre of My Everything is told from 4 perspectives two boys Corey and Justin and two girls Tara and Margo At the beginning of the novel some of these characters I definitely found to be unlikeable and I struggled to understand some of their motives However as the novel progressed the reader learns some of the reasons that have mademake the characters the way they are and influence how they act I thought that was a great part of the novel unearthing some of the motives behind people who can do some unlikeable things Overall I absolutely flew through The Centre of My Everything and I LOVED it I cannot recommend it enough Definitely give this one a go

The Centre of My EverythingWould anyone elseMargo wants out and she has a plan to get therePlans change Life happens Some secrets won’t stay buried Peace isn’t as simple as laying bones to restA story about love and loss A. Trigger warnings; sexual assault rape racism abuse alcoholismWow The Centre of My Everything was phenomenal I did not expect to be sucked in to the book in the way that I was I could not stop turning the pages I'm truly struggling to put into words how much I loved this book In The Centre of My Everything Allayne tackles some really difficult topics and she does it in a really great way This book is so raw honest and real that at times it hurts to read it But it is one of those important reads that should not be shied away from As horrible as some of the themes of sexism and racism are I can say that they are true to what I have observed in the world as bad as it is that discrimination like that continues I tend to enjoy reading about unlikable charactersnarrators The Centre of My Everything is told from 4 perspectives two boys Corey and Justin and two girls Tara and Margo At the beginning of the novel some of these characters I definitely found to be unlikeable and I struggled to understand some of their motives However as the novel progressed the reader learns some of the reasons that have mademake the characters the way they are and influence how they act I thought that was a great part of the novel unearthing some of the motives behind people who can do some unlikeable things Overall I absolutely flew through The Centre of My Everything and I LOVED it I cannot recommend it enough Definitely give this one a go

Summary Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Allayne L. Webster

The Centre of My Everything ✓ Justin’s back and wants to put the past behind himCorey’s a footy hero and high school dropout who can’t even find work picking fruitTara wants to be loved But if her mother doesn’t care why. Trigger Warning Rape just a side note this book does deal with rape and some other topics so please keep that in mind before reading this book I wasn't expecting this book to pack this big of a punch it was so real and honest and i really enjoyed this book The plot and characters were all very well fleshed out and these characters to me seem some of the most real lot i have ever had the privilege of reading Allayne finally did something that i want seen done in YA novels is characters that feel real and are doing things REAL teenagers do because a lot of YA novels have teenagers seem 'fake' or something i myself would have never done But for me these teenagers were as close to the people i had experienced around my high school years then any other YA novel has done Every single character in this book had the perfect story arc and growth from the main four characters all the way down to the secondary characters each one had that specific arc and Allayne got them there in under 300 pages I related to Margo so much then i did any of the other characters because i myself come from an area that education is the strong point but i was one of those kids in high school to work my but off and make sure that my education came first Margo however did come out of her shell a lot in this novel and that's thanks to the other characters who helped her along the way there needs to be realistic YA novels like this and yes i know there are many out there but this one was the one that has stood out above the rest Summary Ö PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ Allayne L. Webster

Allayne L. Webster ↠ 5 Read

Allayne L. Webster ↠ 5 Read Bout tragic secrets and the lengths people will go to hide them About intergenerational pain and desperate attempts to break the cycle And about yearning for love and finding it where you least expec. This is pretty full on Very OckerAustralian with some in your face characters and big issues I found that I ended up feeling a little cold towards the characters due to the sheer amount of tragedy in this story for everyone I could see the end game coming the twists and shock moments were predictable to me but I did appreciate the way in which certain clues unfolded This is one of those times where an epilogue set in the future would have been a relief so that I knew they got out ok after everything that happened