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The Rest of Us Just Live Here eBook Kindle

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Número de páginas: 336 páginas Dicas de vocabulário: Habilitado Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
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ALA Best Fiction for Young Adults * Cooperative Children’s Book Center CCBC Choice * Michael Printz Award shortlist * Six starred reviews * Kirkus Best Book of the Year * VOYA Perfect Ten * NYPL Top Ten Best Books of the Year for Teens * Chicago Public Library Best Teen Books of the Year * Publishers Marketplace Buzz Books * ABC Best Books for Children * Bank Street Best Books List

A new YA novel from novelist Patrick Ness, author of the Carnegie Medal- and Kate Greenaway Medal-winning A Monster Calls and the critically acclaimed Chaos Walking trilogy, The Rest of Us Just Live Here is a bold and irreverent novel that powerfully reminds us that there are many different types of remarkable.

What if you aren't the Chosen One? The one who's supposed to fight the zombies, or the soul-eating ghosts, or whatever the heck this new thing is, with the blue lights and the death?

What if you're like Mikey? Who just wants to graduate and go to prom and maybe finally work up the courage to ask Henna out before someone goes and blows up the high school. Again.

Because sometimes there are problems bigger than this week's end of the world, and sometimes you just have to find the extraordinary in your ordinary life.

Even if your best friend is worshipped by mountain lions.

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A new YA novel from novelist Patrick Ness, author of the Carnegie Medal- and Kate Greenaway Medal-winning A Monster Calls and the critically acclaimed Chaos Walking trilogy, The Rest of Us Just Live Here is a bold and irreverent novel that powerfully reminds us that there are many different types of remarkable.

What if you aren't the Chosen One? The one who's supposed to fight the zombies, or the soul-eating ghosts, or whatever the heck this new thing is, with the blue lights and the death?

What if you're like Mikey? Who just wants to graduate and go to prom and maybe finally work up the courage to ask Henna out before someone goes and blows up the high school. Again.

Because sometimes there are problems bigger than this week's end of the world, and sometimes you just have to find the extraordinary in your ordinary life.

Even if your best friend is worshipped by mountain lions.

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  • Formato: eBook Kindle
  • Tamanho do arquivo: 992 KB
  • Número de páginas: 336 páginas
  • Editora: HarperTeen (6 de outubro de 2015)
  • Vendido por: Amazon Servicos de Varejo do Brasil Ltda
  • Idioma: Inglês
  • ASIN: B00QQO83U8
  • Leitura de texto: Habilitado
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  • Leitor de tela: Compatível
  • Configuração de fonte: Habilitado
  • Avaliação média: 5.0 de 5 estrelas 2 avaliações de clientes
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Por Cliente Amazon AVALIADOR TOP 500 em 26 de março de 2017
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Diversidade é sempre um pré-requisito pra mim antes de comprar livros, e esse não desapontou. A história foi ótima e adorei que pela primeira vez podemos ver o ponto de vista dos que geralmente ficam de lado. Patrick Ness é gênio!
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Uma ótima história que brinca com diversos clichês das histórias de Jovem Adulto. O ponto forte é saber se aproveitar do contraste entre a grande aventura que ocorre no plano de fundo da trama e a relativa normalidade dos personagens principais, exaltando as suas personalidades multidimensionais e construindo uma tocante e imersiva narrativa ao redor de suas vidas (supostamente) cotidianas.
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5.0 de 5 estrelas Unforgettable Story. I loved it! 15 de março de 2017
Por Lorna - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
(RabidReads.com)4.5/5 Stars People ask me all the time why I read young adult fiction. This book is definitely one of the reasons. I wish I had had this caliber of books to choose from when I was young, instead I ended up reading more than my share of Gothic mystery/romances. Not that they weren’t good, but there’s just way more genre’s and variety to choose from now for that age group.I would classify this book as older young adult however-16 plus.

Small town America in Washington state and located in the middle of the boonies. It’s here where the immortals from another realm decide to take over human bodies in order to live. And this has been happening every few years-ten, fifteen, or even less-when paranormal creatures of every sort(one group at a time)try their hand at taking over the town. Every time it happens, the indie kids of the town, otherwise known as the artists, musicians, goths, etc. start dying. But this book isn’t directly about indie kids. Instead, it’s about a group of seventeen/eighteen year old teens that are getting ready to graduate high school. They have grown up together and been each others best friends for years. Now as strange happenings start to haunt the young people in the town, all they can do is watch as it all unfolds. Interestingly, the adults turn a blind eye to the happenings, instead referring to the deaths as suicide or accidents. They conveniently forget what happened to the town when they were teens, or at least they choose to ignore it.

Mike is both the narrator and the main character. He’s obsessive compulsive, and pretty broken inside. His older sister Mel has been fighting anorexia for several years. Having missed a year of school due to the disease, she is going to be graduating with her brother’s class. Mel’s best friend is Henna, otherwise known as the girl that Mike has loved in secret for years. She’s beautiful, but a bit damaged, after her only brother disappeared when the vampires took over years ago. Now they only get the occasional email from him-always sent at night. Mike’s best friend is Jared, a jock, and he just happens to be gay. Refreshing to see that he isn’t judged for that. He also is one quarter Cat God(yes, you read that right). A new guy joins their group named Nathan, and when he gravitates towards Henna, he becomes the person that Mike suspects as being the catalyst for all the bad that starts happening in town. Mike and Mel’s mother is a state senator and is not around as much as she should be, and their father is an alcoholic car salesman that spends most of the time in a drunken stupor.

This book. What a book hangover I have now. I couldn’t put it down because the suspense was killing me. Yes, these characters aren’t the ones being killed, or the ones expected to defeat the bad guys, but they are indirectly involved. Sometimes a bit more directly involved. But they aren’t the Chosen Ones, as they call the indie kids. The characters are so well drawn by the author that each one felt like someone I knew before it was over. I am not going to go further into the story except to say that at times I was on the edge of my seat while reading. There’s plenty of down time away from the suspense, but you just know something is going to happen to change that at any moment.

Wonderfully written characters, humor(Cat God?), and a unique story line made this a read that I probably won’t be forgetting anytime soon. I had never read anything by this multi award winning author, but I am glad I started with this one. Highly recommended to readers of horror/paranormal, 16+ due to sexual situations, although nothing explicit.
5.0 de 5 estrelas I lay Reading: The Rest of Us Just Live Here: I'm here for the OCD Rep in this book. 21 de abril de 2017
Por ILayReading - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
So much of YA is the dramatic story about murder and tragedy among the popular kids. Vampires and werewolves and magic trolls in dungeons. This isn’t that story. This is something else, running parallel. This is the story of Emily the Background Slytherin and her friends (OMG KEVIN RUN). Those kids in the background who might actually do the assignments for graduation, whose lives go on no matter what might roam the halls or blow up the school.

But most importantly, this story is about a boy with OCD, a girl with an eating disorder, and has both racial and LGBTQIA+ representation. Friends of mine who also have similar anxiety to mine insisted that I read this book ASAP because of the discussions that take place and I’m so glad they did. From start to finish, the OCD rep is just so incredible.

Mikey (I sort of cringe at this name because of those old cereal commercials) has severe anxiety/OCD–he gets into obsessive loops where if he doesn’t do a task exactly “right” something horrible will happen. Life becomes catastrophic inside those loops, getting worse and worse, and he becomes stuck.

Even though this is sort of a parody of YA fantasy, Ness does a wonderful job of blending his “Indie Kid” parallel with Mikey’s. The build up to the climax is so subtle that you hardly know it is coming–I sort of skimmed the chapter headings, but I thought they detracted from the actual story line, so I mostly just followed it through the main book.

I loved that Ness gives Mikey such a strong support system–his chosen family–instead of using the “hero comes to save him from his anxiety” trope. There’s a lot of talk about how one of his fears is that he is the least needed person, or no one would miss him if he were gone–I feel that SO HARD. And even though Mikey acknowledges at one point that he KNOWS he is lucky to have so many people who love him, to someone with anxiety, it’s so hard to convince ourselves that this is reality most of the time.

I could go on and on about everything that was amazing about the anxiety/OCD rep in this story. I want to quote the entire psychiatrist appointment to you. But, then you wouldn’t have to read the book, and I really think you probably should go read it. It’s going on my MUST READS list for sure, guys. So, yeah. Do it.
5.0 de 5 estrelas Keep an open mind 12 de maio de 2016
Por Kindle Customer - Publicada na Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this book. I like that there was two point of view in the story. First you have the side story that should have been the main story according to industry standards. Then you have the main story that should have been the side story.

It was nice to see diversity in characters. It was nice to see ordinary people struggling with every day problems like depression, OCD, alcoholism, and anorexia. Just to name a few. Mr. Ness really painted a picture in my mind of how OCD effects someone emotionally and physically. I never really thought about it before this book.

I can understand why people would give this book a lower rating. It isn't super action packed but it is thoughtful and also thought provoking. It was a little more mature then I thought it would be. Actually it is absolutely nothing like I thought it would be.

I love Patrick Ness' stories and he has quickly become one of my favorite writers. He portrays characters well and really seems to do his research.

I enjoyed reading about what happens to the normal people when indie kids are getting schools blown up and saving the world. I can relate in some way because I have thought about what happens to the rest of the world while the hero/heroine in a story has no regard for anyone and everyone at the same time.

This book was deep and I would recommend it to anyone and everyone. Thank you for keeping it real in the end too and not making it into something that it could have been. I am so happy for the realness thrown in, which if you have read this book will sound hilarious considering Jared.
5.0 de 5 estrelas Great premise for a story 28 de abril de 2016
Por K. R. - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. I picked it during one of the Kindle book sales and was going to just put it in my giant TBR pile of books, but then I made the mistake of reading the first chapter to see if it was any good. Spent the next two nights reading the book. This was a great idea for a story - basically told from the viewpoint of what could be considered the NPC's (non-player character) if this was a video-game. People who fill in the background while the main characters do what they do. Turns out those background characters are pretty interesting people when you get to know them.

I think that one of the reasons I like the characters is that I has some somewhat similar issues that they do back when I was in high school and often (back then) felt like I too was but one of a vast number of people in the background compared to the kids that were popular. And like the kids in this book, I thought that was OK as I too had what I felt as my own place in the scheme of things and friends to share it with.

I'm hoping that this is the start of a series - I would like to see at least another book set in this world. I'll be recommending this one to people.
4.0 de 5 estrelas Great YA book! 29 de abril de 2017
Por Momeee - Publicada na Amazon.com
Formato: eBook Kindle Compra verificada
Such a creative book! I love how the author gives a brief overview of "the real story" at the start of each chapter. The concept of telling the stories of what is happening to a group of four friends while the heroes are saving the world is genius! I also think it's fantastic how they talk about how every few years there is some horrific happening (I.e. Soul suckers; vampires; "gods";etc)!

As much as I love the concept...my favorite part of about this story is that it offers hope to those dealing with OCD, depression, and thoughts of suicide. One of the main characters deals with all of that and he ends up seeing a counselor and she does such a great job of validating his feelings and thoughts while encouraging him to move through them. She even discusses him taking medication and when he admits he feels like a failure for needing to do that she likens mental illness to having a physical sickness and how no one should feel bad about needing medication for that! I just love how real and supportive and hopeful the entire conversation is!!

Reco: age 14 and up; a little cussing (f word a few times); sexual talk isn't exactly graphic but it is in there a decent amount; two characters have sex but it isn't really described; quite a few characters die but they aren't really main characters and there isn't too much detail surrounding the deaths; discussion of suicide, and self hate does happen but in a healthy way; OCD and anorexia is also discussed but again in a healthy manor; boy/boy relationship; alcoholic parent; underage drinking but they actually don't drink too much; supportive sibling relationship; estranged parent/child relationships but they do move to a better place by the end of the book. All in all a great book that I would recommend!!
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