Eleanor Park Book ✓ 325 pages Ä Rainbow rowell

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Eleanor Park Book ✓ 325 pages Ä Rainbow rowell Ä ➮ [Read] ➪ Eleanor Park By Rainbow Rowell ➺ – Gwairsoft.co.uk Eleanor is the new girl in town and with her chaotic family life her mismatched clothes and unruly red hair she couldn't stick out if she triedPark is the boy at the back of the bus Ng stack of mix tapes Eleanor and Park fall for each other They fall in love the way you do the first time when you're young and you feel as if you have nothing and everything to lo I fully admit that I'm a sucky book reviewer This book for me was so personal that this review is just for me Eleanor is just that girl The weird one that people pick on Who knows exactly why? She doesn't stand up for herself she doesn't fight back I was that girl This is me my 10th grade year If this book had been around then I would have completely worn the pages out As it is I feel like highlighting and just re reading the thing until it falls apartTalking about Romeo and Juliet Eleanor's comments were It was 'Oh my God he's so cute' at first site It's Shakespeare making fun of loveExactlyI hated PE class That was the worst time of my school life Not because I didn't want to participatethat's just when the mean girlsboys were the worst I'm going to tell Mrs Burt that my mom doesn't want me to do anything that might rupture my hymen For religious reasons I can't tell you how many notes I forged in my mom's name and how creative I was in those reasonsPark's thoughts on Eleanor at one time He couldn't figure out why it upset her so much Sometimes it seemed like she was trying to hide everything that was pretty about her Like she wanted to look uglyBelieve meyou do get to that point You don't really understand why Your mind just completely gets to the point where if everyone else thinks badly about you so do youI never had my Park I did have friends But I can remember when the teasing started that I could see the embarrassment on their faces too You hate to see that but it happens I don't think worse of them now It just happened I ended up leaving home at age 15 I went out on my own and met new people and guess what? I wasn't judged like I had been in middle and high school I realized it was just that group of people I can be included in groups of people and liked for who I am My daughter faced some bullying last year at school Not because of what she looked like or wore she is beautiful She was picked on because she stood up to the bullies that were picking on a friend of hers So I did learn something from my teen years I raised someone who just won't stand for itAnd now me? I'm the ueen bitch of you piss me off and I'll tear your arm off and beat you with it well in words anyways Remember guys and girls What doesn't kill you makes you strong as hell

Book ✓ Eleanor Park Å Rainbow Rowell

Black T shirts headphones head in a book he thinks he's made himself invisible But not to Eleanor never to EleanorSlowly steadily through late night conversations and an ever growi I've often said that nobody should write for teens who doesn't remember what it was like to be one Rainbow Rowell remembers and has captured it beautifully in this book

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Eleanor ParkEleanor is the new girl in town and with her chaotic family life her mismatched clothes and unruly red hair she couldn't stick out if she triedPark is the boy at the back of the bus Edit 519 It's been 6 years since I read this book and it has not aged well This just shows how much we really needed not only diverse books but #ownvoices authors too “I don't like you Park she said sounding for a second like she actually meant it I her voice nearly disappeared think I live for youHe closed his eyes and pressed his head back into his pillowI don't think I even breathe when we're not together she whispered I'm disappointed with this one Eleanor Park has enjoyable parts but the only real difference I can see between this and Pushing the Limits is that the characters in the latter are meant to be hot Which could have been interesting because I've always preferred reading about the so called freaks losers and ugly people but these two books follow the same generic pattern of teen love stories with a whole ton of behind the scenes angsty issues Though this one was less entertainingIt's 1986 Eleanor is the new girl and she is not only genetically made to look like a victim but she does herself no favours by pairing her looks with a bizarre fashion sense Having nowhere to sit on the school bus she takes a seat next to the clearly reluctant Park Park is half Korean in an extremely white school but he is given enough respect by the popular kids to help him get by His home life unlike Eleanor's is pretty much perfect apart from a bit of badgering by his dad Slowly over time these two individuals develop a relationship that is formed around stuff like reading comics together and exchanging mix tapes And other nerdy things like Star Wars and Shakespeare which I could easily relate to I think one of the major problems I had with this book is that I failed to get a sense of the attraction between them Their relationship to me seemed suited to friendship than love The progression from reluctant bus partners to friendship was natural in the story but I then felt that the jump from that to romantic andor sexual feelings was too fast and unbelievableNot only that but where I felt the start of their relationship avoided the usual cliches and did something a bit different like the way their relationship begins without them speaking to one another I felt that once they were together it uickly dissolved into the usual sweet nothings and thoughts like I'll die if I never see him again after knowing each other for a few weeks This isn't instalove but it's silliness Or perhaps I really am just a cold hearted unromantic person And I also didn't like the way chubby Eleanor achieves validation through Park “He made her feel like than the sum of her parts” I did like the well rounded feel of both characters though The author gave them many different levels making them experience a range of emotions in a realistic way I also thought the darker element of this novel were mostly handled well Eleanor's home life is revealed gradually in a frightening way But it does just make it easier to compare this book to Pushing the Limits And I don't like it when serious issues like domestic violence are used to fuel the love angst and create a Romeo and Juliet kind of forbidden love scenario It just leaves a bad taste in my mouthEleanor Park will be great hopefully for fans of uirky nerdy romance stories with an underlying dark angsty side and for those who love nerdy references If you don't usually like young adult romance and were eying this up as possibly being the book to change all that you'll probably be disappointed It has good parts but it's not that different from anything else out thereBlog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Youtube | Store