[PDF] ↠ Something in Between Author Melissa de la Cruz – 9tvuk.us

Something in Between It Feels Like There S No Ground Beneath Me, Like Everything I Ve Ever Done Has Been A Lie Like I M Breaking Apart, Shattering Who Am I Where Do I Belong Jasmine De Los Santos Has Always Done What S Expected Of Her Pretty And Popular, She S Studied Hard, Made Her Filipino Immigrant Parents Proud And Is Ready To Reap The Rewards In The Form Of A Full College Scholarship.And Then Everything Shatters A National Scholar Award Invitation Compels Her Parents To Reveal The Truth Their Visas Expired Years Ago Her Entire Family Is Illegal That Means No Scholarships, Maybe No College At All And The Very Real Threat Of Deportation.For The First Time, Jasmine Rebels, Trying All Those Teen Things She Never Had Time For In The Past Even As She S Trying To Make Sense Of Her New World, It S Turned Upside Down By Royce Blakely, The Charming Son Of A High Ranking Congressman Jasmine No Longer Has Any Idea Where Or If She Fits Into The American Dream All She Knows Is That She S Not Giving Up Because When The Rules You Lived By No Longer Apply, The Only Thing To Do Is Make Up Your Own.

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[PDF] ↠ Something in Between  Author Melissa de la Cruz – 9tvuk.us
  • ebook
  • 304 pages
  • Something in Between
  • Melissa de la Cruz
  • English
  • 02 December 2017
  • 1460395107

10 thoughts on “Something in Between

  1. says:

    Such a relevant important read Blew through it Here s my full booktalk

  2. says:

    I know this is a very personal story to the author as said in the author s note plus it s about immigrants and the themes of where do I belong that come with living in a country you weren t born in, and also the politics behind immigrations and how horrible the world can be to them But overall the writing didn t work for me and the romance was so full of miscommunications I couldn t even ship it The whiny back and forth we re together, no we re broken up is really not something I have I know this is a very personal story to the author as said in the author s note plus it s about immigrants and the themes of where d...

  3. says:

    Hands down, Something in Between is the best YA contemporary book of the year If you re only familiar with Melissa de la Cruz s fantasy and paranormal books, I m going to put a huge disclaimer this is drastically different than her previous works It is her best yet She came back to her original roots which is realistic fiction ala chick lit where the stakes are higher.Something in Between follows the story of Jasmine de los Santos, a smart high school student who s eligible to apply to prest Hands down, Something in Between is the best YA contemporary book of the year If you re only familiar with Melissa de la Cruz s fantasy and paranormal books, I m going to put a huge disclaimer this is drastically different than her previous works It is her best yet She came back to her original roots which is realistic fiction ala chick lit where the stakes are higher.Something in Between follows the story of Jasmine de los Santos, a smart high school student who s eligible to apply to prestigious universities After receiving an invitation to meet the President of the United States, she discovers her family is undocumented Filipino immigrants This shattered her chance for a scholarship, an...

  4. says:

    3.5 5 starsThere are bits of this book that I LOVE and bits that I don t I really do think so many people need to read it and that it s such an important story to come out right before the election WE NEED MORE STORIES LIKE THIS Especially from ownvoices Thank you, Melissa, for sharing this story that is so similar to your own, and for showing a different side of things to many people that wouldn t otherwise know of it I really liked the characters and the overall plot YeH, it was predicta 3.5 5 starsThere are bits of this book that I LOVE and bits that I don t I really do think so many people need to read it and that it s such an important story to come out right before the election WE NEED MORE STORIES LIKE THIS Especially from ownvoices Thank you, Melissa, for sharing this story that is so similar to your own, and for showing a different side of things to many people that wouldn t otherwise know of it I really liked the characters and the overall plot YeH, it was predictable, but what YA contemporary isn t I loved having all the main characters and a majorit of the side characters all be POC it was so GREAT What I didn t really love was the writing It was pretty straight and flat and boring The story was interesting enough to keep me reading, but the actual writing of it was l...

  5. says:

    i m absolutely in love with this to finally read a book where i can actually say this character is me, her family is like minewell the feeling is indescribable i m so happy with this book it s uplifting and heartbreaking this is SUCH an important story while i was so fortunate enough to be born here in the United States, my parents are immigrants from the Phillipines and this book reminded of their hard work and sacrifice to make sure i was successful, to make sure that i didn t take any i m absolutely in love with this to finally read a book where i can actually say this character is me, her family is like minewell the feeling is indescribable i...

  6. says:

    The main story is about Jasmine de los Santos whose Filipino family are undocumented immigrants living in California She doesn t know this and is having a great time at high school she s captain of her champion cheerleading team, valedictorian, and has worked really hard to succeed She wins a prestigious national scholarship and then meets Royce, the son of a congressman working to deport illegal immigrants Jasmine s dreams are crushed because she can t accept the scholarship without her g The main story is about Jasmine de los Santos whose Filipino family are undocumented immigrants living in California She doesn t know this and is having a great time at high school she s captain of her champion cheerleading team, valedictorian, and has worked really hard to succeed She ...

  7. says:

    I received this on a read to review basis from NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review Thank you to the author, Melissa de la Cruz, and the publisher, Harlequin Teen, for this opportunity.This is the story of teenage Jasmine de los Santos Cheer captain, A student, hospital volunteer, national college scholar winner, of Filipino origin and, oh yeah, an undocumented citizen of the USA The story could well have been a solely dark and harrowing one, but the author chose to address the issue I received this on a read to review basis from NetGalley, in exchange for an honest review Thank you to the author, Melissa de la Cruz, and the publisher, Harlequin Teen, for this opportunity.This is the story of teenage Jasmine de los Santos Cheer captain, A student, hospital volunteer, national college scholar winner, of Filipino origin and, oh yeah, an undocumented citizen of the USA The story could well have been a solely dark and harrowing one, but the author chose to address the issue of Jasmine and her family s alien status through first introducing the reader to them as individuals I loved this approach as it meant that I created a bond with these characters before pitying their predicament...

  8. says:

    This book was everything As a Filipino American I have never read a book about my culture until this This book proves that representation matters I related to all the Filipino parts I loved the use of Tagalog words and Filipino food throughout the novel One of my favorite quotes was when Jasmine described her brother as being louder anddramatic than anybody else, which really means something when you come from a Filipino family 40 That is so damn true Thank you so much Melissa d This book was everything As a Filipino American I have never read a book about my culture until this This book proves that representation matters I related to all the Filipino parts I loved the use of Tagalog words and Filipino food throughout the novel One of my favorite q...

  9. says:

    04 20 16A book about Filipino immigrants Heck yeah, count me in.

  10. says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Harlequin UK Limited and NetGalleyI don t know I don t know what s going to happenThis was a YA contemporary story about a girl who found out that she was living in the US illegally.I felt quite sorry for Jasmine in this story as she had her whole future planned out, only to discover that things weren t going to go to plan at all, and that she may even be deported.The storyline in this was a Source I...

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