KINDLE ❄ Nothing But Blue Author Lisa Jahn-Clough – Writerscompany.co.uk

A drifting, dream like story that also manages to feel surprisingly down to earth at times Our narrator, who thinks of herself only as Blue, alternates between her inexplicable present and memories of her past As past and present draw closer together, she begins to understandabout herself and her current mysterious journey While the plot itself is a bit dark, the characters are almost all inspiring and caring people This is a story about losing and finding both family and love. I found it a bit confusing at first because it keeps switching from past and present but other than that it was okay I didn t get to the end though, so I mean it probably got better I liked her past better though because the present it s kind of weird to me She is just walking around some place she doesn t understand I feel like they could have made heradventerous in the present, like takingrisks and trying to find food. Nothing but blue was my favorite book this year I enjoyed the way it was very mysterious I also like how the chapters weren t numbered, they were labeled as like before and now Blue didn t remember much besides her friends and parents but she didn t clearly remember where exactly she was or what had happened The only thing is that this book has pages when there are a lot of details and I didn t really like it when there was details but besides that everything else is fine People with myster Nothing but blue was my favorite book this year I enjoyed the way it was very mysterious I also like how the chapters weren t numbered, they were labeled as like before and now Blue didn t remember much besides her friends and parents but she didn t clearly remember where exactly she was or what had happened The only thing is that this book has pages when there are a lot of details and I didn t really like it when there was details but besides that everything else is fine People with mysterious and really into details, this book would be good to read This book immediatley catched my attention in the beginning and how it said All dead and brought up the fact she didn t exactly know where she was This book is really engaging It has very suspenseful moments for a younger person to read I would definitely recommend this book to young readers just because of its reading level I would also recommend people who love romance between teenagers and the finding of long lost parents In my opinion Nothing But Blue was a great book but reading it as a young adult the difficulty of the book wasn t as high as I was expecting it to be. All Dead No One Survived All Dead This Morbid Chant Haunts Seventeen Year Old Blue As She Trudges Through The Countryside With Just The Clothes On Her Back, Heading To Her Childhood Home On The Ocean Something Absolutely Awful Has Happened, She Knows It, But She Doesn T Know What She Can T Even Remember Her Name, So She Calls Herself Blue This Gripping Survival Story Peppered With Flashbacks To Bittersweet Times With Her Boyfriend, Jake Strips Life Down To Its Bare Bones Blue Learns, With The Help Of A Seemingly Magical Stray Dog And Kind People Along The Road, That The Important Thing Is To Live this book was good, one of the problems is that it keep going back and ford and sometimes it was confusing and i think that the end could be much better this book has some lines that can make you think about it and for me some of the lines had meaning if you look closely and i liked that this i think if you read it you might like it i do recommend this book I really like this book because it appeals to the readers emotions and it makes the reader fell as though they are apart of the book. SPOILERSIt was very interesting how everything she worked for in realizing her memories and completely trying to kill herself at the end when she could start a new life since she had certain it was alright, but it was confusing because the story switches from the girls past to the present. Review posted at Amaterasu Reads She didn t know her name, she didn t know why she was someplace that is not her house, why she s out in the rain, why she couldn t remember anything All she hears is the chanting in her head and a voice telling her to go someplace else To go to the sea, and she ll find her answers there So Blue walked, and as her life, divided in broken scenes known as before and now, started to unfold, Blue knew she had to finish her journey to discover just what she has los Review posted at Amaterasu Reads She didn t know her name, she didn t know why she was someplace that is not her house, why she s out in the rain, why she couldn t remember anything All she hears is the chanting in her head and a voice telling her to go someplace else To go to the sea, and she ll find her answers there So Blue walked, and as her life, divided in broken scenes known as before and now, started to unfold, Blue knew she had to finish her journey to discover just what she has lost Blue didn t count on the fact that as she walked, she will embark on a journey that will change not just her life, but give her the strength to face everything once she remembers.There is something about Blue s situation that just makes me want to stay by her from the start of her journey up to the end I wanted to experience her sense of loss and see her through it as she starts to remember It s a very painful process, through all the ugly memories, dark emotions, the hunger, the longing, that struggle to grasp the moments in her life that she had lost, the regrets That stubborn will to survive despite all of the challenges she encounters I see Blue in her lowest moments both in the before and the now and it felt surreal at first to think that the Blue in the before and the now were the same person It was tough not remembering, but the journey to gain what she had lost was tougher Blue experienced things a seventeen year old shouldn t met people she ordinarily won t even cross paths with, and there were a few that helped her put her life in perspective, some that see right through her and discover that the girl inside, though stubborn she is, needs help.I loved Snake Among all the people Blue had met, those hardened by the situations life had thrown their way, Snake looked at Blue s way and immediately saw her, not just as the fat girl who s hard on her parents and has made foolish mistakes in her life and now trying to fix it, but someone who s going through the same pain he did He s that guy you never expected to get help from but surprisingly is the one who can help you the most He s funny, weird, and wise A kindred soul, perhaps Lisa Jahn Clough s writing was so simple yet it affects a reader in ways unexpected I felt the ache and the longing Blue felt, the desperation, the sense of lost, of not knowing what to do I saw life in the eyes of the countless people Blue had met, the lost, the homeless, the ones trying to find where they want to go and what they want to do with their lives Those who ve lost and see that life doesn t end there Those who become strong by acknowledging that they needed help It s an eye opener, seeing life in various ways and finding hope in each one of them.If I were to choose two words to describe this book, it is hopeful and beautiful It presents that kind of sadness that you know you must face because it will make you stronger in the end A real wonderful read, and I think I just found another author who writes wonderful prose I am definitely recommending this book It s not dystopian, or post apocalyptic, but it s about a girl who s lost something, and she s determined to get it back, no matter how hard and painful it is Raw and gritty at times, but this novel is really, really good Nothing But Blue


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