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Wild Roses Download ¸ 104 Ö Cassie is falling in love with her stepfather Dino’s brilliant young violin student all while trying to cover up his increasingly erratic behavior in this story of intense love family and secrets from Printz Honor medal winner and National Book Award finalist Deb CalettiSeventeen year old Cassie Morgan lives with a time bomb Cassie is falling in love with her stepfather Dino’s brilliant young violin student all while trying to cover up his increasingly erratic behavior in this story of intense love family and secrets from Printz Honor medal winner and National Book Award finalist Deb CalettiSeventeen year old Cassie. Maybe love too is beautiful because it has a wildness that cannot be tamed I don’t know All I know is that passion can take you up like a house of cards in a tornado leaving destruction in its wake Or it can let you alone because you have built a stone wall against it set out the armed guards to keep it from touching you The real trick is to let it in but to hold on To understand that the heart is as vast and as wide as the universe But that we come to know it from here This place of gravity and stabilityI feel like I’ve just gotten off the Ghost Rider euivalent roll a coaster of emotions You know that feeling when you get off of that wild ride at the amusement park and that first moment your feet touch the ground you sway a bit look around to grab your bearings and have that small moment of indecision wondering what possessed you to go on it elated that you made it through and wondering if you should take the ride again All very intense and emotionally gripping to say the least as this book crash collides themes around genius passion madness love and self destructionI will warn you upfront this book has highly mixed reviews but after a string of no hits between me and the author Deb Caletti I can say with conviction that Wild Roses really moved me and stood out as a book that will hold top rank in my YA shelfCassie Morgan is one of the best narrators I’ve come across in YA in uite a while She’s honest snarky emotional yet strong and extremely grounded She lives with her mother and step father Dino Cavalli and periodically stays with her dad and grandma all according to the divorce decree Life with her mom and Dino is anything but perfect As a matter of fact Dino is like a b0mb about to detonate He is this genius violin player and composer who to the public eye is a grand perfection of brilliance but behind closed doors is making Cassie’s life a living nightmare He’s a mentally disturbed paranoid depressed arrogant self serving bully that is on the verge of self destruction Then along comes Ian Waters who becomes Dino’s student and Cassie’s love interest and things begin to unravel fast and not in a good wayThis book really took me for a crazy ride I have so many raw emotions for just about every character in this story I’m angry at some sad for others and resolved for the remaining fewMy heart went out to Cassie She’s extremely loyal to her mom and will stand by her no matter what I loved her moments of honest revelations especially when she’d recite a hidden fantasy mainly about how she’d like to see Dino take a hike I was so angry with her mother through most of the novel I felt her primary responsibility was to her daughter and nothing else For her to stand back and let that arseholian Dino talk to Cassie the way he did was unforgiveable in my eyes I couldn’t come to forgive the mom or Dino for the hurt they put Cassie through Man I disliked them bothCassie’s father wasn’t much better IMO either He knew Dino was a big phat fraud and he did nothing about it but continued to obsess over finding contradicting facts about Dino I wanted to shake him and yell “Do something you big dummy She’s your daughter You have every right to pull her from that home and protect her Dumb arse” Oh and don’t even get me started when Cassie’s mom said the dad had no right intervening Ummm hell to the yeah he did Both parents should have realized that their daughter was their main priority above a step father above whatever the divorce decree states above it all I was so mad GRRRNot sure I felt much compassion for Ian and I don’t know why Maybe his moments in the book were too brief for me to develop any real emotional stance for the guy I am glad though that he was there for Cassie as much as he could be and their final moments were a real tear jerkerI’m still perplexed about this whole Itallian village and their willingness to stand behind one man’s lies to such a fervent level that they actually come to believe the lies Does that really happen Crazy Just crazyOverall despite the rocky relationship I’ve had with Deb Caletti’s books I’m glad I’ve finally found one that hit a home run and moved me All very well done and highly emotional as it touches on weighty subjects such as divorce depression paranoia insanity love and loss Loved itFavorite uotes If your life truths have to be protected like some people keep their couches in plastic then ciao have a nice life if we bump into each other at Target I’m the one buying the sour gummy worms and that’s all you need to know about me We don't want you convicted for condiment theft You go to that prison you'll meet big time operators Maple syrup stealers Love seems to be something to approach with caution as if you'd come across a wrapped box in the middle of the street and have no idea what it contains Supposedly there's an actual researched link between extreme creativity and mental illness and I believe it because I've seen it with my own eyes Song choice Cassie and IanPlaylist song Best is Yet to Come – Red

Wild RosesCassie is falling in love with her stepfather Dino’s brilliant young violin student all while trying to cover up his increasingly erratic behavior in this story of intense love family and secrets from Printz Honor medal winner and National Book Award finalist Deb CalettiSeventeen year old Cassie. Maybe love too is beautiful because it has a wildness that cannot be tamed I don’t know All I know is that passion can take you up like a house of cards in a tornado leaving destruction in its wake Or it can let you alone because you have built a stone wall against it set out the armed guards to keep it from touching you The real trick is to let it in but to hold on To understand that the heart is as vast and as wide as the universe But that we come to know it from here This place of gravity and stabilityI feel like I’ve just gotten off the Ghost Rider euivalent roll a coaster of emotions You know that feeling when you get off of that wild ride at the amusement park and that first moment your feet touch the ground you sway a bit look around to grab your bearings and have that small moment of indecision wondering what possessed you to go on it elated that you made it through and wondering if you should take the ride again All very intense and emotionally gripping to say the least as this book crash collides themes around genius passion madness love and self destructionI will warn you upfront this book has highly mixed reviews but after a string of no hits between me and the author Deb Caletti I can say with conviction that Wild Roses really moved me and stood out as a book that will hold top rank in my YA shelfCassie Morgan is one of the best narrators I’ve come across in YA in uite a while She’s honest snarky emotional yet strong and extremely grounded She lives with her mother and step father Dino Cavalli and periodically stays with her dad and grandma all according to the divorce decree Life with her mom and Dino is anything but perfect As a matter of fact Dino is like a b0mb about to detonate He is this genius violin player and composer who to the public eye is a grand perfection of brilliance but behind closed doors is making Cassie’s life a living nightmare He’s a mentally disturbed paranoid depressed arrogant self serving bully that is on the verge of self destruction Then along comes Ian Waters who becomes Dino’s student and Cassie’s love interest and things begin to unravel fast and not in a good wayThis book really took me for a crazy ride I have so many raw emotions for just about every character in this story I’m angry at some sad for others and resolved for the remaining fewMy heart went out to Cassie She’s extremely loyal to her mom and will stand by her no matter what I loved her moments of honest revelations especially when she’d recite a hidden fantasy mainly about how she’d like to see Dino take a hike I was so angry with her mother through most of the novel I felt her primary responsibility was to her daughter and nothing else For her to stand back and let that arseholian Dino talk to Cassie the way he did was unforgiveable in my eyes I couldn’t come to forgive the mom or Dino for the hurt they put Cassie through Man I disliked them bothCassie’s father wasn’t much better IMO either He knew Dino was a big phat fraud and he did nothing about it but continued to obsess over finding contradicting facts about Dino I wanted to shake him and yell “Do something you big dummy She’s your daughter You have every right to pull her from that home and protect her Dumb arse” Oh and don’t even get me started when Cassie’s mom said the dad had no right intervening Ummm hell to the yeah he did Both parents should have realized that their daughter was their main priority above a step father above whatever the divorce decree states above it all I was so mad GRRRNot sure I felt much compassion for Ian and I don’t know why Maybe his moments in the book were too brief for me to develop any real emotional stance for the guy I am glad though that he was there for Cassie as much as he could be and their final moments were a real tear jerkerI’m still perplexed about this whole Itallian village and their willingness to stand behind one man’s lies to such a fervent level that they actually come to believe the lies Does that really happen Crazy Just crazyOverall despite the rocky relationship I’ve had with Deb Caletti’s books I’m glad I’ve finally found one that hit a home run and moved me All very well done and highly emotional as it touches on weighty subjects such as divorce depression paranoia insanity love and loss Loved itFavorite uotes If your life truths have to be protected like some people keep their couches in plastic then ciao have a nice life if we bump into each other at Target I’m the one buying the sour gummy worms and that’s all you need to know about me We don't want you convicted for condiment theft You go to that prison you'll meet big time operators Maple syrup stealers Love seems to be something to approach with caution as if you'd come across a wrapped box in the middle of the street and have no idea what it contains Supposedly there's an actual researched link between extreme creativity and mental illness and I believe it because I've seen it with my own eyes Song choice Cassie and IanPlaylist song Best is Yet to Come – Red

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Wild Roses ´ Enter Ian Waters a brilliant young violinist and Dino’s first ever student The minute Cassie lays eyes on Ian she knows she’s doomed to fall head over heels in love with him Cassie thought she understood that love could bring pain but this union will have conseuences she could not have imagine. 45 stars I ordered this on right after hearing someone rave about it and Deb Caletti in general so needless to say when I saw that beautiful package waiting for me on my doorstep I dove right into it Before I get into the actual review it should be known that i had extreeeemely high expectations for this book so that may influence what I'm about to say for the better andor for the worst but all in all I really did enjoy thisWild Roses deals with a lot difficult issues anxiety divorce mental unstableness love paranoia etc but Caletti hit them all perfectly I come from a divorced home so I know first hand what its like to be in that kind of scenario and honestly I get a little frustrated when authors make it betterworse than it seems and yes I realise every household is different but Caletti nailed it I have never read a perfect description of the life of a child in a divorce situation Hoowever one thing that Caletti did not nail was contemporary situation between Cassie and Ian there was poor character development in the beginning and it made me super sad to find out that this was one of those automatic love scenarios view spoilerlike they literally talked twice after his violin lessons with Dino which made them automatic friends and then he swings by later and says he has never met anyone like her and kisses her You just met her You haven't even had a real heart to heart with her yet And then Cassie spends the next 10 pages high off of love but at the same time trying to convince herself she isn't in love with him but they have only known each other for about a week or so hide spoiler Free download ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook è Deb Caletti

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Deb Caletti è 4 Download Morgan lives with a time bomb aka her stepfather Dino Cavalli To the public Dino is a world renowned violin player and composer To Cassie he’s an erratic self centered bully And he’s getting worse Dino no longer sleeps and he grows increasingly paranoid Before Cassie was angry Now she is afraid. Where do I begin Wild Roses was a book I had never heard of until I had received a mashup with two Deb Caletti books I had heard of Deb Caletti but only knew about some of her most talked about books After having done some research I found that this one really isn't that well known compared to other books Which I am assuming is why it was republished into this new mashupHaving never heard anything about it I wasn't sure what to expect from this book I had checked out reviews on it beforehand just to kind of get an idea of what people thought and to me it really seemed uite mix I didn't dive in to deep to the reviews to figure out exactly why that was but after having read the book I feel like I got a good idea why some people might have mixed feelings in regards to Wild RosesFor me personally I thought Wild Roses was a pretty solid book It had the things I look for such as a good story good characters and a clear plot With that said I do feel as though this book had a few downfalls While the plot was clear you always had a really good idea of what was going on and you pretty much knew what was going to happen Which isn't a horrible thing especially with contemporary It's hard to keep people guessing with this genre The negative part of it all for me is that there were a lot of scenes and situations in the books that just slowed it down and didn't really add much to the storyOther than some of the stuff that I didn't really see as needed to help the story progress I thought that Deb did a fantastic job with the book You have a story that can hit you on so many emotional levels you feel bad for what Cassie is going through with her mom and Dino And then you also find yourself rooting for a successful relationship between Cassie and Ian that comes under fire from her step father DinoThe characters were fantastic in this book You really get a good feeling of what exactly it is Cassie is going through and you get a very vivid picture of the troubles Dino is going through with depression and everything else Although that is often countered by Cassie's own explanations of what it is he is going though And then you have Cassie's mom that is really stuck in the middle especially when the relationship between Cassie and Ian comes into play Let's just say that causes a lot of dramaOverall I found this book to really good and emotional It's not a light book in my opinion there is some humor but it can get pretty heavy especially later on But I really did enjoy it and I am excited to read of Caletti's work in the future If you're looking for a good contemporary read that does have a heavier side I would suggest checking out this book Even with it's slower moments this book really turned out great and I am glad I read itThis book is part of a new mashup called Love Is All You Need You can find it by clicking this link