➛ Love Letters to the Dead free download ➠ Author Ava Dellaira – Girlnailart.us

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I was born in Los Angeles One of my first memories is of looking out the window of the black Cadillac that my family drove across the wide open desert when we moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, which is where I grew up, and where my sister and I spent countless summer afternoons making fairy potions, battling evil witches, and playing other imaginary games that probably contributed to my proclivit

➛ Love Letters to the Dead free download ➠ Author Ava Dellaira – Girlnailart.us
  • Paperback
  • 378 pages
  • Love Letters to the Dead
  • Ava Dellaira
  • Portuguese
  • 16 October 2017
  • 9788565765411

10 thoughts on “Love Letters to the Dead

  1. says:

    Dear Famous Person,You are so cool My name is Laurel and I go to High School but I am still going to talk to you in the passive, immature voice of a 10 year old and then occasionally break out into beautiful metaphors about the sparkles in Sky s eyes and how just one glance from him makes fireflies dance in my stomach or something equally nauseating beautiful There is something fragile like moths inside of him, something fluttering Something trying desperately to crowd toward a light May was a real moon who everyone flocked to But even if I am only Sky s street lamp, I don t mind That s right Sky is great And Sky is awesome And fuck everything else because, looky there, it s Sky Yours,Laurelp.s This book is actually all about the deep grief I feel after my sister s death I know that may be surprising when all I actually do is pull the petals off flowers and wonder if Sky loves me.____________________________________________You know, this book is actually almost exactly like the diaries I wrote when I was about 10 11 years old I didn t write to famous people, I wrote the entries to a made up name so it was like I was talking to someone who was there just for me Because, well, Anne Frank did it and I thought it was totally cool Honestly, it s a mystery why I wasn t one of the popular kids in school.I would write in fragmented sentences that walked the unfortunate reader through my day, until I would suddenl...

  2. says:

    Dear Kurt Cobain,Mrs Buster gave us our first assignment in English today, to write a letter to a dead person. For me, this book was pointless, puerile, and pretentious, with a character who is the passive, dull YA contemporary equivalent of Bella Swan or Luce Price It s hard to be myself, because I don t know exactly who I am But now that I ve started high school, I need to figure it out really fast. The main character was simultaneously too naive and juvenile, while never letting me forget that behind this character, there is an adult writing this book On my first dayI used my favorite outfit from middle school instead, which is jean overalls with a long sleeve tee shirt and hoop earrings. I could not bring myself to care about the extremely dull character, who has no character and no personality of her own, who comes off as a girl who s only too willing to be pulled along by peer pressure The next thing I realized is that you aren t supposed to bring your lunch You are supposed to buy pizza and Nutter Butters, or else you aren t supposed to even eat lunch. This book goes nowhere It is a diary of a high school gi...

  3. says:

    4.5 stars Months ago, I had to put Love Letters to the Dead down because it was making me so desperately sad Almost a full year later, I read the last half of it with a lump in my throat and tears dripping down my face This is a prof...

  4. says:

    3.5 STARSOur flushing hearts, trying to climb the stars how with the wrong wind, we can fall I don t think I ve ever felt so many contrasting emotions for a book as I did for this one My first impulse was to rage quit this as early as the second Cobain letter, followed by derisively laughing at Laurel s puerile drama Then I felt some alien tug at my heart over Aunt Amy and her Jesus Man and got teary eyed over the story behind her parents broken marriage Reading this book felt a lot like having your emotions painfully scooped out of you, put back reconfigured at the end strangely familiar but also new The book has no chapters Instead it kicks off with Laurel writing a letter to Kurt Cobain for an English assignment where they are to write letters to the dead She doesn t turn in the letter and instead continues to write to well known personalities who all died young telling Amy Winehouse of her heartache over her dead sister May, to Judy Garland about her disconsolate father and her mother who deserted them She tells River Phoenix of Sky, the boy made of flutte...

  5. says:

    Una historia con la que he conectado por pasajes, con personajes secundarios que realmente no aportan nada y en general, una trama que da tumbos Cartas de amor a los muertos me ha parecido una novela simple, llena de situaciones clich s y con una manera de ser narrada que creo que a veces era m s una lacra que una virtud Que est bien introducir a personajes como Kurt Cobain o Amy Winehouse, pero queda demasiado en el rollo alternativo que se convierte finalmente en mainstream, y por tanto, no es para nada sorprendente.La historia que se cuenta es, como comento, t pica Los personajes son meros peones, pero sin rumbo fijo aparecen, hablan y poco m s La verdad es que me ha dado pena ver c mo se utilizaban relaciones como nexo de otras situaciones, porque la relaci n de Hannah y Natalie ten a un potencial que no ha sido para nada explotado.En cuanto al tono de la novela En general me ha gustado, pero creo que era demasiado pesimista e incoherente en ocasiones Ava Dellaira ha tirado demasiado del unreliable narrator y en muchas ocasiones quedaba forzado, y m s cuando descubres las causas Que ha sido un tema que me ha sorprendido, pero creo que era un tema demasiado importante como para dejarlo pasar a la prime...

  6. says:

    Reminiscent of Perks Of Being A Wallflower, Love Letters To The Dead is too beautiful, too meaningful, and too heartbreaking to describe with words An incredible, moving and very important story with a beating heart and bright soul It s one of those books that everyone ought to read, own, and shar...

  7. says:

    UNA NOVELA UN TANTO DECEPCIONANTE PERO A LA VEZ SORPRENDENTE.Cartas de amor a los muertos es una novela autoconclusiva epistolar recientemente publicada en espa ol Llevaba mucho tiempo queriendo leerla y ten a unas altas expectativas que de alguna manera no ha cumplido pero a la vez me ha sorprendido porque es muy diferente a como esperaba.Como digo, de alguna manera he sentido cierta decepci n con este libro Hab a un gran hype en el Estado espa ol, unido a las opiniones buen simas que hab a le do, por lo que mis expectativas eran altas De alguna manera me ha decepcionado porque me esperaba algo m s fuerte, m s contundente y mejor escrito.A n as , tambi n es cierto que Cartas de amor a los muertos ha sido una novela que me ha sorprendido gratamente Si bien creo que la escritura es superflua, que el estilo tiene mucho que mejorar y que la autora usa pocos recursos estil sticos tambi n creo que ha construido dos personajes redondos que no dejar n indiferente a nadie.Dellaira construye el personaje de Laurel y May a trav s de los sentimientos de dolor y frustraci n de la primera Hace ver al lecto...

  8. says:

    O Peso das Mem riasMay e Laurel crescem juntas partilhando o mundo, at quele dia fat dico que Laurel, se poss vel, eliminaria do calend rio, para que tudo regressasse ao outrora Laurel e May, May e Laurel, irm s e c mplices, juntas e felizes, duas e uma Com o tr gico desaparecimento da irm , Laurel perdera aquele mundo constru do e partilhado O mundo em que sempre se conhecera, desaparecera S ficara ela , Laurel , mas onde raio estava o resto Aquele resto que tamb m era ela e sem o qual se sentia perdida Invadira a uma inc moda sensa o alien gena Era agora uma estranha numa terra estranha Que fazer para recuperar nem que fosse um peda o, desse mundo amado e perdido Passar a vestir as roupas de May seria um contributo, talvez Aquelas mini saias e vestidos arrojados roupas corajosas como ela, que t o bem a definiam E escrever escrever a outros de vidas truncadas, ainda com tanto por dar e receber Jovens cad veres, tal como May Iria chegar irm atrav s deles, e desabafar Soltar as mem rias, numa purga mental numa catarse que a levasse a retratar se, reencontrar se, e finalmente rumar em frente Iria socorrer se da escrita para reviver, analisar e compreender Cartas de Amor aos Mortos poesia em prosa que nos toca a todos Os que j sofreram perdas ir o revisitar se, confrontando as suas experi ncias com a de Laurel, e qui extrair algo mais Quanto aos restantes os felizardos que ignoram o que perder algu m pr ximo ir o dar aqui com um Alerta Preparem se pois ist...

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    Find all of my reviews at Obviously Mitchell and I aren t the target demographic for this book, so take my rating with several grains of salt and I m going to keep this short and sweet sour, just like myself Love Letters To The Dead could have been a perfectly A Okay book for me The basic storyline is Laurel s sister May is gone and Laurel is lost in her grief She swaps schools in order to get rid of the sister of the dead girl stigma and is presented with an assignment of writing a letter to the dead Rather than completing just one letter, Laurel writes a series of them to various famous young people whose flames were extinguished prematurely which eventually tell all of the truths about not only May s death, but about Laurel s life as well And that s where it lost me The letters, the what happened to the dead sister, the grieving process, the finding herself plotlines were all great But then Why the hell did everything but the kitchen sink need to be thrown in before this was over Laurel s sister croaked and that should have been enough for one book But nooooooooo, God forbid you don t have a superbadawful happen to some poor girl in every YA novel I know I m kind of a robot and don t cry very often, but I do recognize when I m supposed to have an emotion The one time I m guaranteed NOT to have them When an author is trying to manipulate them out of me And just to confirm to all that I m in fact a giant dick I don t understand the allure ...

  10. says:

    You can be noble and brave and beautiful and still find yourself falling Although the title is a blaring warning that this is going to be a tough and probably a torturous read, I boldly ignored it because look at the book cover Doesn t it look beautiful Its invisible strings had this unrelenting tug at my eyes and my heart that made me give in and grab the book I really didn t know what to expect from this book but what I did not expect is that the entire story is written through letters to dead artists who died prematurely which is to me the very thing that gave this book such a unique appeal The letter writing which only started as a school requirement and which she didn t even turn in to her teacher paved the way for Laurel such a pretty name to reveal and express all those pent up emotions over her sad and bitter experiences including the death of her only sister There isn t really much of a plot in this story It s kind of linear truthfully and yet the story got a firm hold of me and I couldn t help but tear through the book reading Laurel s confessions The things she couldn t tell her parents, she writes it to Judy Garland She shares her grief over her sister with no one except Amy W...

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