[PDF / Epub] ✅ The Other Side of Blue Author Valerie O. Patterson – Pccare247.us

The Other Side of Blue Cyan Was Named After A Shade Of Blue, Her Artist Mother S Favorite Color The Color Of The Sea Since Her Father S Death Last Year, She S Felt Just As Mercurial And Dark As Her Namesake, And The Distance Between Cyan And Her Mother Has Grown As Wide As An Ocean Now They Re Returning To The Island Of Cura Ao In The Caribbean, Where Her Father S Mysterious Accident Occurred, And Joining Them Will Be Kammi Who May Soon Become A Stepsister Haunted By The Secrets Of The Past, Cyan Will Explore All The Depths Of Her Blueness This Summer, Discovering The Light, The Darkness, And The Many Shades In Between That Are Within Her And Within Us All.

[PDF / Epub] ✅ The Other Side of Blue  Author Valerie O. Patterson – Pccare247.us
  • Paperback
  • 240 pages
  • The Other Side of Blue
  • Valerie O. Patterson
  • English
  • 04 November 2017
  • 0547552157

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  1. says:

    Ever started a book, finished it, and realized that in it s entity, it s gone absolutely no where If you know me, you ll know that I love the Pirates of the Caribbean movies, and thenceforth is that a word I ll read anything that has to do with Pirates, or the Caribbean This one takes place on an island in the Caribbean, so I decided to give it a shot.Basically, the setting was the only good thing about it Cyan, main character, whined her way through the story, being mean to others for no a Ever started a book, finished it, and realized that in it...


  2. says:

    I set out looking for something with a tropical setting to combat the frigid air where I live This artsy sounding tale, set on Curacao, leapt into my hands from the library s New Books shelf It s Patterson s first novel, and it has ...


  3. says:

    Five Reasons Why This Book Was Not Ready To Be Published1 Look at this simile and her mixing palette has dried out, the smudges of blue paint wavy and stiff under my touch like a bad van Gogh imitation p.5 What What is that even supposed to mean That s a poor excuse for a simile, not only for the fact that this author is brave enough to throw van Gogh out there, but also because THIS COMPARISON JUST DOESN T WORK Just think about it She s comparing paint in a pa...


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Let me just start off by saying I did not hate this book, it had a good message, and I loved the setting and characters The reason why I m rating this only a three is because the end didn t pack the punch I was looking for, and some of the parts cave scene, what just didn t seem to fit in with the rest of it and had no explanations for their placement.For example, like I just mentioned, the cave scene I have no clue what was happening, or why it did at all Maybe if I read it over again, I Let me just start off by saying I did not hate this book, it had a good message, and I loved the setting ...


  5. says:

    U 3.5 out of 5 stars Overall, I liked this book I absolutely loved the writing style and the concept of this book was brilliant Centering the story around the color blue Pure brilliance I must also say that the author succeeded in getting me tofully appreciate the color Blue really is a unique and fascinating color, and this book really highlighted that.Now, let s talk about Mayur I hated him.Every time he acted like a selfish jerk, which was ALWAYS, I wanted Cyan to stand up and sl U 3.5 out of 5 stars Overall, I liked this book I absolutely loved the writing style and the concept of this book was brilliant Centering the story around the color blue Pure brilliance I must also say that the author succeeded in getting me tofully appreciate the color Blue really is a unique and fascinating color, and this book really highlighted that.Now, let s talk about Mayur I hated him.Every time he acted like a selfish jerk, which was ALWAYS, I wanted Cyan to stand up and slap that pig right across his chubby face Especially after what he did in the cave She should have beat the crap out of him right then and there, no matter how much she wanted to know what he knew Anyway, I did not like that Cyan let that pig of a boy get away with what he did.I also did not like what Cyan s mother said about having to give up love to be a artist I do not agree with that at all Love fuels art You cannot have true and honest art without love.Anyway, this was a good book, well...


  6. says:

    Since her father drowned while sailing a year ago, Cyan and her mother hardly speak to each other There are too many things Cyan can t ask her why didn t her mother go out with her father that day, how did she meet someone else and fall in love again so quickly for them to bridge the gap Now they re back on the island of Curacao, where they ve come every summer for years Cyan s soon to be stepsister, Kammi, is also with them, and Cyan wonders if Kammi s presence will drive her further apart f Since her father drowned while sailing a year ago, Cyan and her mother hardly speak to each other There are too many things Cyan can t ask her why didn t her mother go out with her father that day, how did she meet someone else and fall in love again so quickly for them to bridge the gap Now they re back on the island of Curacao, where they ve come every summer for years Cyan s soon to be stepsister, Kammi, is also with them, and Cyan wonders if Kammi s presence will drive her further apart from her mother o...


  7. says:

    This book never got off the ground Cyan tries to find out what really happened to her father last year when he drowned It is never explained, the daughter and mother never really reconcile The daughter lets a younger son of a neighbor feel he...


  8. says:

    This was a fantastic read Quiet, but so beautifully written, with such a strong voice that I couldn t put it down Watching Cyan s journey to recovering from her father s death was so moving And the references to the shades of blue throughout really captivated me A brilliant book.


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    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The story from beginning to end isn t really going anywhere It s told from a young teen point of view, Cyan, that lost her father a year ago and has a mother that couldn t care less about her.I found it quite distrubing, truth be told Cyan is complexed by her weight and her mother really seems to always be adding up to that She completely ignores her daughter, refuses to talk about the death of her husband and leaves Cyan to isolate herself, stuck in a numbing state of grief.For the whole boo The story from beginning to end isn t really going anywhere It s told from a young teen point of view, Cyan, that lost her father a year ago and has a mother that couldn t care less about her.I found it quite distrubing, truth be told Cyan is complexed by her weight and her mother really seems to always be adding up to that She completely ignores her daughter, refuses to talk about the death of her husband and leaves Cyan to isolate herself, stuck in a numbing state of grief.For the whole book we get small clues that we havent been told the whole story about her father s death and yet this will never really be resolved But what I found the most disturbing is that Mayur the neighbours son knows something about it and will blackmail Cyan by forcing her to let him touch her sex...


  10. says:

    I love a good island drama, and Valerie Patterson s remarkable YA novel The Other Side of Blue delivers the kind of tropical punch that leaves me giddy with wonder Set on the island of Curacao in the Caribbean Sea, fifteen year old Cyan returns with her mother to their annual summer retreat where her father mysteriously died in a boating incident the year before Her grief has deepened to an interminable anger that no amount of sand, sun and seafood can calm As the emotional gulf between Cya I love a good island drama, and Valerie Patterson s remarkable YA novel The Other Side of Blue delivers the kind of tropical punch that leaves me giddy with wonder Set on the island of Curacao in the Caribbean Sea, fifteen year old Cyan returns with her mother to their annual summer retreat where her father mysteriously died in a boating incident the year before Her grief has deepened to an interminable anger that no amount of sand, sun and seafood can calm As the emotional gulf between Cyan and her mother widens, Cyan suspects there isto her father s death than she s been told Her mother, a renowned a...

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