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Everything Beautiful is Not Ruined (edição 2017)

por Danielle Younge-Ullman (Autor)

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To prove to her mother, a famous opera singer dealing with depression after losing her singing voice, that she can handle the grueling life of an actress, Ingrid must survive a wilderness camp.
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Título:Everything Beautiful is Not Ruined
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This book blew me away. I didn't expected to love it and see myself in it. ( )
  Alevis | May 17, 2020 |
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I was very interested in this book when I first read what it was about and was very happy with the story after reading it. I loved reading about the relationship between Ingrid and her mother and her life as a child of an opera singer.

All the characters were very enjoyable to read about and I loved the wilderness setting. This book definitely became one of my favourites ( )
  Teri-Ann | Dec 29, 2018 |
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After a childhood spent travelling with her opera star mother, Ingrid's life abruptly changes when her mother loses her singing voice. Adapting to "normal" life is hard on both mother and daughter, and eventually Ingrid is sent to a wilderness survival camp. The teens at the camp are all "at-risk", and at first Ingrid (and the reader) are unsure as to how that applies to her. However, through Ingrid's adventures, her interactions with the other teens, and a series of letters to her mother, the reader is taken on an emotional whirlwind of revelations about Ingrid's relationship with her mother and her plans for the future.
I absolutely loved this book. It was well-written, there is outstanding character development, and many serious issues are handled very well. I highly recommend it for older teens and adults. ( )
  leahdawn | Aug 29, 2018 |
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Oh my goodness, I loved this book. At first I wasn't completely sold on the story but I stuck to it because I really liked the characters and I'm really glad I did. By halfway through, I was hooked. I needed to know what was going to happen next. I finished in record time and no lie, I giggled at it and then I cried. I was shook. The characters are so easy to like (for not like in some cases) and I can relate to a lot of them and they're experiences. By the end, I was wrecked and immediately texted my reading buddy and handed the book off to her. Read it, you won't regret it. ( )
  Sugar_Diva | Jul 13, 2018 |
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When Ingrid was younger she traveled all over Europe with her opera star mother, Margot-Sophia. They were so happy. But then Margot-Sophia could no longer sing and they no longer acknowledged the past. They settled into a small, normal life but Ingrid desperately wanted their old life back. Now Ingrid is on a summer wilderness survival trek for at-risk teens. She has no idea why her mother sent her here. It's grueling and every day she feels as though she's going to break. But she has to figure out why she's here and why the music really stopped.

I don't think there's anything I disliked. Ingrid had a magical childhood. Then things went downhill and fast. I liked her very much. She was a strong person. She was self-aware. She didn't give up. She was sarcastic. I liked the setting. The wilderness survival thing was fun to read. Ingrid went through a lot - physically, emotionally, mentally. She would write letters to her mother telling her about all the fun she was not having. It goes back and forth between Ingrid's childhood and present day during her three weeks of hell. I enjoyed both story lines. I felt all the secondary characters were important, had their own personalities and made the book feel real. There was one part in the book where everything just came together for me and made me feel for Ingrid and there was absolutely no coming down from five stars after that. This was such a great read.

I won a copy through LibraryThing. Thank you to Penguin Teen for my physical copy. ( )
  jenn88 | Jul 10, 2018 |
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This book is dedicated to my wonderfully generous, kind, hilarious, smart, one-of-a-kind mom, Cindy Ullman...who is nothing like Margot-Sophia but who may have sent me on a wilderness trip once upon a time.
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