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  1. says:

    This book is agonizing and beautiful without ever really trying to be It just is There's a level of honesty in it that I don't see in much other fiction especially the other contemporary YA novels that I've read The characters are comprised less of uirks and of genuine humanity I really haven't read a book that made me feel this way in a long time It's not always happy if ever and it's not tragic either There's elements of both I

  2. says:

    I really enjoyed this book

  3. says:

    A definite swerve at the end although I can't say the narrator didn't warn us of this from the beginning A strange read but I was pulled in by the characters and along for the ride

  4. says:

    I’m not even sure I like this book but it’s unlike anything I’ve read especially in YA Four stars for a swerve that I absolutely did not see coming

  5. says:

    Sexy and dangerous this book was interesting in many ways I liked some parts and disliked others In the beginning I disliked it In the middle it got a little better By the end I did end up liking the book once I got the whole picture and story I am uestioning how the book ended Is there going to be a seuel? What ended up happening to Meili? Is Jason now a total nutcase? It kind of left you hanging there

  6. says:

    Jason Wilder is spending his senior year in the Rubber Room AKA in school suspension He landed there because he is consid

  7. says:

    I wanted her to remake me And that disgusted her She didn't want me to be like her; she wanted me to be like meHoly crap man this book was insane Even though it warns you that the characters swerve I still was not prepared This whole book is one crazy wild ride and I'm still not sure if I've fully processed it all clearly yet It starts with a bang a whole lot of what? and only accelerates from there A chaoti

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    review to come

  9. says:

    I finished this book uickly because even with its flaws I found myself wrapped up in the story Jason is a well written unreliable narrator and though Meili is often lumped into this manic pixie dream girl role she has enough humanity to make the book feel real My main problem with this book is that it took 250 pages for it to turn into what I wanted it to be There was just too much YA romance and explicit sex to a point where I considered

  10. says:

    DNF at 17% I received an ARC from the publisher in exchange for an honest review My thoughts and opinions are my own Any uotes I use are from an unpublished copy and may not reflect the finished productMy reoccur

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review Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF × Andrew Simonet

??t mind getting hurtJason Wilder is in permanent in school suspension for fighting Meili Wen gets there by breaking a girl’s finger Jason and Meili don’t just connect; they collide Two people who would never cross paths―outsiders from radically different backgrounds―they form an exhiliarating unpredictable bo. Jason Wilder is spending his senior year in the Rubber Room AKA in school suspension He landed there because he is considered to be a danger to his peers he is after all an arsonist but he d tell you otherwise Jason wiles away the hours reading fantasy novels and not actually doing any of the schoolwork assigned to him That is until the mysterious Meili walks into the room The only thing Jason knows about Meili is that she ended up in the Rubber Room for breaking another girl s finger As Jason finds himself strangely drawn to this unusual girl he feels like he is falling down the rabbit hole Meili is wayward and enigmatic and everything Jason needs in his messed up life right now Andrew Simonet makes his YA fiction debut with Wilder a novel that explores what happens when troubled boy meets extraordinary girl As the book cover and Jason forewarn this isn t a love story with a fairy tale ending No rather this is one enormous crash and burn but that s the beauty of it When I began Wilder I was instantly worried that this was going to be another of those YA novels that is trying too hard to be edgy uniue and uirky Meili is an over the top character and she can be a bit much to swallow in the beginning My opinions uickly changed after a few chapters though as I found myself captivated by Jason and Melii s story I was especially intrigued by Jason s character and the way he sees himself and how he navigates the world He isn t your typical male protagonist and I found him refreshing and sympathetic If you re thinking of reading Wilder put on your seat belt or in this case motorcycle helmet because this is one crazy ride complete with jail time insane parties rowdy fistfights international crime and two teenagers drawn to each other like moths to a flame What makes Wilder so good however is not the wild drama packed within this novel s pages but rather the fragile human elements of this story When you turn down the noise Wilder is hopeful and tragic and so very very beautiful Don t think you have this one all figured out because like the cover states She swerves So do I So does this story Are you readyThanks to NetGalley Farrar Strauss Giroux for an ARC copy of this book in exchange for an honest review Koldbrann - parte 1: Rebeldes otherwise Jason wiles away the hours reading fantasy novels and not actually doing any The Teams Milking Cow of the schoolwork assigned to him That is until the mysterious Meili walks into the room The Via Suez (British): Blue Funnel Line (Merchant Navy Series Book 3) one enormous crash and burn but that s the beauty Zenith of it When I began Wilder I was instantly worried that this was going to be another A Pale Light in the Black of those YA novels that is trying too hard to be edgy uniue and uirky Meili is an Devil Versus Alpha The Millennium Wolves opinions uickly changed after a few chapters though as I found myself captivated by Jason and Melii s story I was especially intrigued by Jason s character and the way he sees himself and how he navigates the world He isn t your typical male protagonist and I found him refreshing and sympathetic If you re thinking Spieserye of reading Wilder put Feral on your seat belt Krismis van Map Jacobs or in this case motorcycle helmet because this is Girls Are Coming Out of the Woods one crazy ride complete with jail time insane parties rowdy fistfights international crime and two teenagers drawn to each Crust From Sourdough Spelt and Rye Bread to Ciabatta Bagels and Brioche other like moths to a flame What makes Wilder so good however is not the wild drama packed within this novel s pages but rather the fragile human elements Til Death Do Us Part (Vows, of this story When you turn down the noise Wilder is hopeful and tragic and so very very beautiful Don t think you have this Mensa Riddles Conundrums one all figured Julie of the Wolves out because like the cover states She swerves So do I So does this story Are you readyThanks to NetGalley Farrar Strauss Giroux for an ARC copy The Right Swipe of this book in exchange for an honest review

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Wilder author Andrew Simonet

Nd When circumstances push they push back There’s no plan And there’s no stoppingI am so crap How can you stand being with me Don’t answer that or I will crash this thing with both of us on it swear to god are you ready”Yes No Didn’t matterI reached both arms around Meili’s waist as we zoomed down the hill. review to come Black Blue or I will crash this thing with both The Moe Manifesto of us Positive Church in a Negative World on it swear to god are you ready”Yes No Didn’t matterI reached both arms around Meili’s waist as we zoomed down the hill. review to come

review Æ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF × Andrew Simonet

I met Melissa in the rubber room aka in school suspension And that’s not her real nameShe had secrets I had enemies“People are either useful or dangerous” she said “One or the other”“Which one am I” I said“You’re both”Meili was right That’s her real nameYou can solve a lot of problems if you don?. A definite swerve at the end although I can t say the narrator didn t warn us of this from the beginning A strange read but I was pulled in by the characters and along for the ride