E–book [Beautiful Broken Things] º Sara Barnard


Beautiful Broken Things

SUMMARY Ê Beautiful Broken Things Sara Barnard Ú 1 SUMMARY REVIEW Beautiful Broken Things Ident funny and interesting Then Suzanne comes into their lives beautiful damaged exciting and mysterious and things get a whole lot complicated As Suzanne’s past is revealed and her present begins to unravel Cad. BEAUTIFUL BROKEN THINGS is a book that the YA world desperately needs a book about the beauty passion and extremities of female friendship Barnard perfectly captures the drama and chaotic emotions that contemporary girls experience in their teens and presents the reader with three complex protagonists whose relationships are built up and torn apart without reservation BBT is a deeply affecting coming of age novel free of clich and I have not read a book in a long time that so accurately portrays teen girl friendships

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SUMMARY Ê Beautiful Broken Things Sara Barnard Ú 1 SUMMARY REVIEW Beautiful Broken Things I was braveShe was recklessWe were troubleBest friends Caddy and Rosie are inseparable Their differences have brought them closer but as she turns sixteen Caddy begins to wish she could be a bit like Rosie – conf. Not that I m complaining but my life up to the age of sixteen had been steady and unblemished My parents were still married my best friend had been constant for over ten years I d never been seriously ill and no one close to me had died This book should have been right up my alley It s British YA about the jealousies passions and conflicts involved in teen girl friendships I love books that explore this subject the way teenage girls get so wrapped up in one another loving and hating each other with a furious intensity Authors like Leah Raeder and Courtney Summers understand and capture this world perfectlyBut I had so many problems with Beautiful Broken Things Firstly I pretty much despised the narrator Caddy and never really came to like or understand any of the characters or their actions Though even if we take that matter out for a second this book lacked a compelling spark that books like The Girls of No Return had If I hadn t been pushed onward by the other positive ratings I m sure I would have DNFed itLet s start with Caddy My dislike for her was almost instantaneous and I found her increasingly unsympathetic Selfish jealous unlikable characters can be very interesting but I draw the line at bratty rich girls who feel sorry for themselves because um they ve never had a tragedy happen to themCaddy literally I am not exaggerating pities herself because she is uninteresting She again literally compares herself negatively to Rosie and Tarin because Rosie s dad walked out and her baby sister died and Tarin is bipolar She is jealous because her life is so boring compared to death and mental illness I almost put the book down right thenI m sorry but how dare she claim that losing a sister and being mentally ill makes them interesting My only hope was that she was going to learn some hard lessons as the book progressed Then we get the spiel of how hard it is for her with wealthy boring parents and the fact that she has to attend a private school and gasp wear an ugly uniform Oh please am I honestly supposed to feel sorry for herAnd then we get to the crux of the story her best friend Rosie has a new friend called Suzanne and tries to get them to all hang out together I understand why this would trigger jealousy and fear of losing her friend but one minute Caddy is whining inwardly because she feels left out and the next she refuses Rosie and Suzanne s invitation to a party and lies on the bed reading a magazine and ignoring them when they re all supposed to be hanging out togetherAlso Caddy is just such a petty silly person You should come next time When you don t have your Service thing the next day Her face was open and friendly but I felt a surge of annoyance Why did she get to be the one inviting me places Shouldn t it be the other way around Plus she is mean As it turns out Suzanne has a dark past she s running from and Caddy reads a comment on her Facebook page about something in Coronation Street and triggers and trigger warnings which she then looks up Despite knowing that triggers are things that can trigger traumatic memories Caddy deliberately asks about Coronation Street in front of Suzanne If she simply had to know couldn t she ask when Suzanne wasn t there Or read a soap magazine which contains all the major storylinesThen later she leaves her drunk friend at a party without even telling her she s leaving I just had real problems with this girl I did not like her one bitCaddy aside there still weren t really any characters I could like or care about Suzanne was the most sympathetic but I grew tired of her selfish actions eventually Rosie was a slut shaming brat All the parents and parental figures kind of sucked at parenting And I honestly am so confused why Suzanne s aunt thought that it was not only acceptable to encourage Suzanne to return to an abusive home situation but also acceptable to act like she s a burden and unreasonable when surprise she doesn t want to go back to the man who hit her for yearsI appreciate the intent behind the book but I couldn t care about these characters I was rolling my eyes or being pissed off on almost every page Two stars for some nice writing and a few interesting scenesBlog Facebook Twitter Instagram Youtube Pinterest

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SUMMARY Ê Beautiful Broken Things Sara Barnard Ú 1 SUMMARY REVIEW Beautiful Broken Things Dy begins to see how much fun a little trouble can be But the course of both friendship and recovery is rougher than either girl realises and Caddy is about to learn that downward spirals have a momentum of their o. You know when you start one of those books that you just know you have an inner gut feeling This is gonna be a good un Well let me tell you this surely isThis brings out emotions in you constantly from laughter to tears of sadnessThe main characters are Caddy Rosie and SuzanneYou know or remember those feelings you had as a teenager wanting noneeding to be accepted by your peers Wanting everyone to like youAll those confusing thoughts that go on inside your head and worrying about what others might think Well this is a story unlike any other I have read lately as its not a romance in the true sense of this This is about mental health this is about family this is about friendshipWhat happens when a best buddy breaks your heartFollow it sense it live it It will make you cryBeautifully written and a fabulous debut novel from this author I cannot wait to see what else she writesMy thanks to Pan Macmillan via Net Galley for my copy to read and review

  • Paperback
  • 322
  • Beautiful Broken Things
  • Sara Barnard
  • English
  • 05 May 2020
  • 9781509803538

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    Sara Barnard Ú 1 SUMMARY READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PSSBIGCARBOW.XYZ Ú Sara Barnard E–book [Beautiful Broken Things] º Sara Barnard Not that I'm complaining but my life up to the age of sixteen had been steady and unblemished My parents were still married my best friend had been constant for over ten years I'd never been seriously ill and no one close to me had died This book should have been right up my alley It's British YA about the jealousies passions and conflicts involved in teen girl friendships I love books that explore this subject the way teenage girls get so

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    READ & DOWNLOAD ´ PSSBIGCARBOW.XYZ Ú Sara Barnard Sara Barnard Ú 1 SUMMARY REVIEW Beautiful Broken Things Beautiful happy lovely carefree Broken sad defeated lostThingscaddy rosie suzanne I was brave dull nice caddy interesting at last interesting enough fun enough to be spontaneous to go out in the middle of night and just talk to her best friend isn't that what everybody wants to be? isn't that what being on the edge of 16 is like? She was re

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