(PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman


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    Stacia Tolman ☆ 0 Read (PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman There was some great themes and a well rounded nuanced supporting character but the middle of the novel left me yawningMy IssuesThe Middle of the Novel The novel started off really strong with Serena and Mel but after Serena comes back from Maine the novel takes a weird tone The whole cheerleaderNanci Lee thing seemed like a totally

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman Grimshaw and I are a pair of pariahs like a virus in a lipid envelope She’s poor and I’m smart so between the two of us we’re practically an un American activity 5Hmm Not entirely sure what to make of this one I enjoyed the book just fine

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    characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Stacia Tolman (PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman Received free copy via GoodreadsThis one's a bit hard for me to review I liked the passages about social mobility but I felt there was too little analysis along that line and too much focus on other pieces of the story I also felt that the ending was unexpected and in general I had a hard time connecting with the characters which makes sense because their lives are very different from mine It wasn't badly written though I guess i

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Stacia Tolman characters The Spaces Between Us This book just didn’t do it for me I’m not sure why but I couldn’t keep the characters straight especially all the teachers and random friends For some reason I kept thinking the story would focus from the “poor g

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    (PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman So many cliches Dull plot unlikable narrator and nothing imaginative

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    Stacia Tolman ☆ 0 Read (PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman A DRC was provided by Edelweiss in exhange for a fair and honest reviewToo often older readers dismiss teen realistic fiction preferring to indulge in YA dystopia or fantasy Any novel that tackles class in America deserves attention from a wide readership especially if the author is not afraid to have her characters face t

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    characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Stacia Tolman Stacia Tolman ☆ 0 Read characters The Spaces Between Us The road trip felt weird Like totally disconnected from the beginning of the book And the summer spent in Maine What was

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    characters The Spaces Between Us (PDF/EBOOK) [The Spaces Between Us] BY Stacia Tolman Stacia Tolman ☆ 0 Read Serena and her best friend Grimshaw are just trying to make it through high school and out of their poor rundown town There is no f

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  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • The Spaces Between Us
  • Stacia Tolman
  • English
  • 04 August 2019
  • 9781250174925

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Read & Download The Spaces Between Us 100 Two outcast best friends are desperate to survive senior year and break away from their rural factory townSerena Velasco and her best friend Melody Grimshaw are dying to get out of their shrinking factory town Until now they’ve been coasting eluding the bleakness of home and the banality of high school In a rebellious turn. Received free copy via GoodreadsThis one s a bit hard for me to review I liked the passages about social mobility but I felt there was too little analysis along that line and too much focus on other pieces of the story I also felt that the ending was unexpected and in general I had a hard time connecting with the characters which makes sense because their lives are very different from mine It wasn t badly written though I guess it s just not my kind of book

characters ↠ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ☆ Stacia TolmanThe Spaces Between Us

Read & Download The Spaces Between Us 100 Serena begins to fixate on communism hoping to get a rise out of her blue collar factory town Her Western Civ teacher catches on and gives her an independent study of class and upward mobility what creates the spaces between us Meanwhile Grimshaw sets goals of her own to make it onto the cheerleading suad find a job and dis. This book just didn t do it for me I m not sure why but I couldn t keep the characters straight especially all the teachers and random friends For some reason I kept thinking the story would focus from the poor girl Mel s point of view It was actually kind of refreshing though that it wasn t It was different to come at high school from the view of the well to do girl and her own identity struggles Instead of rooting for the underdog though I did definitely root for Mel I liked that someone who had things handed to her and who s mom ran the school was still struggling But sadly I didn t like either of them enough to really like the book And I didn t really like the writing The book seeme

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Read & Download The Spaces Between Us 100 Mantle her family’s hopeless reputation But sometimes the biggest obstacles are the ones you don’t see coming; Grimshaw’s uest for success becomes a fight for survival and Serena’s independent study gets a little too real With the future of their friendship and their lives on the line the stakes have never been so hi. While I liked parts of this book immensely the author seems to have lost her way somewhere along the middle I d hoped that there would be development of the theme of social class and upward mobility the independent study project assigned by Mr C The few references to that were intriguing and offered possible insights into how our economic and social systems function and made me long for After all how many of us now and back in high school have pondered whether our destinies are shaped primarily by our social class and the family to whom we are born But despite the intriguing nature of this line of thinking it isn t developed as much as I might have wished Instead readers are treated to a road trip in which