Free read º The Infinite Pieces of Us ´ E-book or Kindle E-pub

Free read í E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ Rebekah Crane

The Infinite Pieces of UsDeo store; Beth the church choir outcast; and Moss a boy with alluring possibilities Step three confess her secret to those she hopes she can trust Esther’s new friends do than just listen They’re taking Esther one step furtherTogether they hit the road to face Esther’s past head on It’s a journey that will lead her to embrace her own truth in all its glory pain and awesomeness. So Darn GoodFall in love again and again and again The author has a way with characters that lets you in and keeps you there

Free read The Infinite Pieces of Us

Free read º The Infinite Pieces of Us ´ E-book, or Kindle E-pub ´ From the author of The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland comes a hilarious and heartbreaking novel about coming apart getting it together—and moving on It’s just a two hour drivePondering math problems is Esther Ainsworth’s obsession If onFrom the author of The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland comes a hilarious and heartbreaking novel about coming apart getting it together and moving on It’s just a two hour drivePondering math problems is Esther Ainsworth’s obsession If only life’s puzzles reuired logic Her stepfather’s solution Avoidance He’s exiled the family to Truth or Conseuences New Mexico to erase a big. Content warnings include abandonment homelessness and homophobiaWhen Esther’s family move to Truth or Conseuences they are weighed down by all of the lies secrets and judgements they bring with them Esther’s big “mistake” has necessitated the move and her sister and once best friend Hannah doesn’t want anything to do with her her stepfather Tom is controlling than ever her mother refuses to talk about it and the family in general vacillate between judging Esther and trying to pretend they’re not all keeping a secret Both girls are now homeschooled and missing the lives they left behind in OhioThis is a book with iced mocha Frappuccino soy lattes pools that are as parched as the desert red tacks on maps Heaven in Blockbuster a gigantic Touchdown Jesus terrible math jokes and the search for truthI am a sucker for books with road trips and uirky personalities living with uirkier names Where the Heart Is started the uirky thing with me and as a result every book with uirk since then has been judged against my love of Novalee Sister Husband and Lexie This book has Color and Moss; Color cleans houses when she’s not at school and her brother Moss also known as Fungus runs through the book in his short running shorts Jesús pronounced Hey soos works at a cafe and wants someone to ‘froth his wand’ Beth is the proud owner of humourous science shirts and can be found singing in the church choir I’m a romantiphobe anyway so maybe take this with a grain of salt; I suspected going into this book that there’d be romance involved but it didn’t really work for me It felt like we went from this guy is standoffish to the point of seeming to actively dislike her to oh they’re kissing now without much of a progressionI did get a little misty eyed at one of the ‘Aw I want friends like that’ moments I didn’t particularly like Esther although I really liked most of her friends and wished their stories were fleshed out Although she was the main character I actually found her story to be the least interesting In this book all of the kids are dealing with really big issues including abandonment and homophobia but this being Esther’s story relegates most of this to the periphery I waited the whole book to find out what truth Jesús was going to include in his senior statement and wondered how his secret remained one for so long I wanted to know what the deal was with Color and Moss’ mother I wanted the situation with Hannah to result in something much satisfying and appropriate than her getting grounded I wanted there to be some resolution for Amit I wanted to hang out with Beth’s parents I wanted Tom’s character to develop rather than all of a sudden changing in the end to wrap the story up neatly I wanted Esther and Hannah’s mother to be who she was instead of pretending to be who her husband wanted her to beThe only parents in the book that I had any respect for were Beth’s but they were only spoken about not on the pages themselves The rest of the parents needed a swift kick up their abandoning homophobic judgemental ‘conseuences’I preferred The Odds of Loving Grover Cleveland; I think I was destined to compare the two I don’t remember having so many outstanding uestions at the end of Grover and while I’ve given both books 4 stars I’m rounding up from 35 for The Infinite Pieces of UsThank you to NetGalley and Skyscape for the opportunity to read this book

Rebekah Crane ´ 9 Free read

Secret from Esther’s past So much for the truth Now for the conseuences an empty swimming pool a water sucking cactus outside her window a goldfish rescued from a church festival and Esther’s thirst for something realStep one forget about her first love Step two make allies Esther finds them in Jesús from the local coffee bar; a girl named Color who finds beauty in an abandoned vi. Great book butI found it hard to believe parents could be so clueless and care so much about how things look in this day and age No email address allowed Not leaving the house because a teen is pregnant Then they changed in a matter of two days Nah It didn't ring trueI did love the writing and the characters except for the main character's parents who were well developed but dishonest distateful The test of the characters were flawed growing and loveable The spirituality in this book is beautiful