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read doc ´ We Awaken ebook º johnscyclingdiary ï [EPUB] ✸ We Awaken Author Calista Lynne – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Victoria Dinham doesn’t have much left to look forward to Since her father died in a car accident she lives only to fulfill her dream of being accepted into the Manhattan Dance Conservatory BuM to help Victoria make it to her dance audition They take the opportunity to explore New York City their feelings for each other and the nature of their shared asexuality But like any dream it’s too good to last Ashlinn must shrug off her human guise and resume her duties creating pleasant nighttime visions or all of humanity will pay the pric My video review can be found here was sent an arc to review from the author I want to thank Calista Lynne for the wonderful opportunity to review her debut novel All thoughts and opinions are my own The artistic prose Lynne paints with introduces us to a female sandwoman Ashlinn who shows us the beauty in dreams as well as the beauty life has offer Our main protagonist Victoria has recently experienced a traumatic life altering event While working through that preparing for college she also struggles with her sexual identity Ashlinn explains that she identifies as asexual and has Victoria look up what that means This techniue seems like info dumping for the reader but at the same time it's important to understand this sexuality outside of the narrative as well I felt it was very informative and now I understand than I ever did when looking it up on my own This being the first book I've read with an asexual protagonist makes me realize how much representation is needed in all genres Some friends have recently identified as asexual and said that if they had resources like this when they were growing up they would have been able to understand themselves better This book reinforces the fact that everyone deserves a chance to be understood and everyone looks for love in their own ways but that we are all deserving of the love we desire Calista Lynne's writing is breath taking and addictive Each chapter and scene feels like viewing the next arrangement in an art show; They are all cohesive but most of all meaningful and thought provoking I enjoyed the fast paced plot line as well as several of the characters Victoria as a character wasn't my favorite because there were several decisions that she made that were really selfish but at the same time she was very relatable The dream seuences were beautiful and I want Ashlinn to visit and paint through my dreams This book reminded me of Scott Westerfeld's Afterworlds in the sense that the reader is diving into the dream world of the character and the Ff romance is swoon worthy I loved the dream world and magic in this book It was a really interesting concept I thought the education of asexuality by an asexual character to another non identified asexual character was a great way to open up this dialogue and get the reader understanding that education on all sexualities is something that should be learned by all

We AwakenM to help Victoria make it to her dance audition They take the opportunity to explore New York City their feelings for each other and the nature of their shared asexuality But like any dream it’s too good to last Ashlinn must shrug off her human guise and resume her duties creating pleasant nighttime visions or all of humanity will pay the pric My video review can be found here was sent an arc to review from the author I want to thank Calista Lynne for the wonderful opportunity to review her debut novel All thoughts and opinions are my own The artistic prose Lynne paints with introduces us to a female sandwoman Ashlinn who shows us the beauty in dreams as well as the beauty life has offer Our main protagonist Victoria has recently experienced a traumatic life altering event While working through that preparing for college she also struggles with her sexual identity Ashlinn explains that she identifies as asexual and has Victoria look up what that means This techniue seems like info dumping for the reader but at the same time it's important to understand this sexuality outside of the narrative as well I felt it was very informative and now I understand than I ever did when looking it up on my own This being the first book I've read with an asexual protagonist makes me realize how much representation is needed in all genres Some friends have recently identified as asexual and said that if they had resources like this when they were growing up they would have been able to understand themselves better This book reinforces the fact that everyone deserves a chance to be understood and everyone looks for love in their own ways but that we are all deserving of the love we desire Calista Lynne's writing is breath taking and addictive Each chapter and scene feels like viewing the next arrangement in an art show; They are all cohesive but most of all meaningful and thought provoking I enjoyed the fast paced plot line as well as several of the characters Victoria as a character wasn't my favorite because there were several decisions that she made that were really selfish but at the same time she was very relatable The dream seuences were beautiful and I want Ashlinn to visit and paint through my dreams This book reminded me of Scott Westerfeld's Afterworlds in the sense that the reader is diving into the dream world of the character and the Ff romance is swoon worthy I loved the dream world and magic in this book It was a really interesting concept I thought the education of asexuality by an asexual character to another non identified asexual character was a great way to open up this dialogue and get the reader understanding that education on all sexualities is something that should be learned by all

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We Awaken ✓ Atose brother Ashlinn is tasked with conjuring pleasant dreams for humans and through the course of their nightly meetings in Victoria’s mind the two become close Ashlinn also helps Victoria understand asexuality and realize that she too is asexual But then Victoria needs Ashlinn’s aid outside the realm of dreams and Ashlinn assumes human for I was interested in this book because of the gorgeous cover but mostly because it focus on something that's not really portrayed or even talked about in any media asexuality I read this book very uickly which means I was definitely entertained the writing is beautiful and overall this novel is a really nice read unfortunately although there were many good pointsmoments in this book I can't say I really cared for the plot I feel like it needed a few pages to really have some depth some scenes could be added and little plot points would seem much realistic everything the romance the protagonist career interests and her family problems seemed rushed and I don't really see the point for thateven so this is a great first book and I can see a lot of potential in it I would also definitely recommend it to anyone interested in learning about asexuality there's a lot of good and valuable info about itfull review here reader ✓ ↠ Calista Lynne

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Calista Lynne ↠ We Awaken mobi Victoria Dinham doesn’t have much left to look forward to Since her father died in a car accident she lives only to fulfill her dream of being accepted into the Manhattan Dance Conservatory But soon she finds another reason to look forward to dreams when she encounters an otherworldly girl named Ashlinn who bears a message from Victoria’s com The cover of this books is so so beautiful and I'm happy to say that everything inside of this book is beautiful too If you're looking for a book to help your understanding of asexuality or would like to broaden your mind you NEED to pick this book up Calista Lynne writes this story in a great easy way to help the reader understand asexuality and her writing is amazing It's the kind of book you can read in one sitting The writing is easy and poetic at the same time making it a great page turning book that you'll never want to put down Although I liked the characters I didn't manage to get attached to any of them The romance fell a little flat to me too The book is small and I understand that there isn't a lot of pages to dedicate to building up the relationship between the two main characters Ashlinn and Victoria but I found that some parts of this book had too much detail and others not enough In this case their relationship However I did still thoroughly enjoy this book and I highly recommend it4 out of 5 stars