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    PDF READ Things We Have in Common ß Tasha Kavanagh Holy shit I mean what in the world?15 year old Yasmin has a crush on Alice and has been stalking her for some time when she realizes that she is not Alice's only stalker This chick's inner dialogue is just nuts

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    Read & download Things We Have in Common PDF READ Things We Have in Common ß Tasha Kavanagh There’s something off putting yet fascinating about Yasmin the narrator of Things We Have in Common Yasmin is deeply di

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    PDF READ Things We Have in Common ß Tasha Kavanagh Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Tasha Kavanagh Tasha Kavanagh ✓ 0 Characters I thoroughly enjoyed this disturbing young adult story and atypical suspense novel I was engrossed in the novel from beginning to end The unreliable narrator is Yasmin a 15 year old female She isn’t particularly likable yet she's sympathetic because she's a bullied and obese loner and she copes with this by living a private fantas

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    Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Tasha Kavanagh Tasha Kavanagh ✓ 0 Characters Read & download Things We Have in Common What a bizarre book this is It’s about a 15 year old named Yasmin She’s an overweight unpopular loner who becomes fixated with her classmate Alice While her obsession increases it soon becomes clear to her tha

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    PDF READ Things We Have in Common ß Tasha Kavanagh Review originally published at Learn This PhraseHave you ever read a book so hungrily and uickly that afterwards it feels like a hallucination dream or nightmare? Perhaps a less melodramatic comparison would be a film some

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    PDF READ Things We Have in Common ß Tasha Kavanagh Yasmin Doner is an overweight fifteen year old whose father is dead and mother moved on to a new marriage She doesn't have

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Things We Have in Common

Read & download Things We Have in Common Tasha Kavanagh ✓ 0 Characters Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Tasha Kavanagh This stranger Yasmin believes is going to take Alice Yasmin decides to find out about this man so that when he does take Alice Yasmin will be the only one who knows his name and where he livesthe only one who can save her But as Yasmin discovers about him her affections begin to shift Perhaps she was wrong about him Perhaps she doesn't need Alice after all And then Alice vanishes. What a bizarre book this is It s about a 15 year old named Yasmin She s an overweight unpopular loner who becomes fixated with her classmate Alice While her obsession increases it soon becomes clear to her that someone else is stalking Alice as well I m not uite sure what to think of this one It s a fascinating character study into the disturbed mind of Yasmin She makes terrible decisions and doesn t seem to realize the how they affect what s going on around her I felt bad for her at times but mostly felt that she was a dunce She clearly has psychological issues and maybe that s why I didn t feel like her actions and words were that of a 15 year old I enjoyed this odd and creepy tale for the most part but didn t really care for the ambiguous kind of horrifying ending 35 stars

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Read & download Things We Have in Common Tasha Kavanagh ✓ 0 Characters Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Tasha Kavanagh Reader beware You'll think you know what's happening and you'll think you see what's coming next But you'll be very very wrongFifteen year old Yasmin Doner is a social misfit obese obsessive and deemed a freak by her peers at school With her father dead and her mother in a new relationship Yasmin yearns for a sense of belonging finding comfort only in food and the fantasy of bein. how to beginthis is one deceptively badass YA novel it s like one of those neon girly drinks with like fruit in it and colorful sugar all around its rim that you can drink a million of really uickly and you don t feel the power of em until the next day when you get slammed all at once a little sick a little stunned reeling from the aftermathwhich is a wildly inappropriate comparison to draw for a YA novel for sure but also pretty accurate kids don t drink this goes down so smooth it s a really fast read and the character s voice sucks you in and speeds you through the book until you are walloped by a bold ending that leaves a lot of unresolved emotions in its wake i m still processing this thingthe basics fifteen year old britishturkish yasmin is a loner with a whole slew of problems socially awkward on her best day she has also been steadily gaining weight since the death of her beloved father despite the best efforts of her mother and her nutritionist she s a constant target of ridicule at school and home life is no better her stepfather is impatient with her solitary mooniness and her increasing size and her mother s loyalties are torn between the two yasmin also has an imaginative mind prone to obsessive fantasies heavy on themes of martyrdom and heroism the combination of these ualities and situations makes for one helluva powderkegyasmin s most prominent obsession is her fixation on her beautiful and popular schoolmate alice daydreaming about them being friends or maybe collecting and fetishizing objects she s left behind whispering imagined conversations alone in her room one day yasmin witnesses a man walking his dog across the playing field she sees him see alice and from this single glance she determines that he is a pedophile intent on abducting alice for nefarious purposes and devotes herself entirely to waiting for alice to be abducted so she can tell the police who the culprit is in one of the book s many subtle unsettling slants yasmin isn t so much interested in preventing alice s abduction as she is in rescuing her after she has already been taken and presumably interfered withthe best daydream I had was waiting to see Alice after she d been rescued I m outside a big building maybe a police station with hundreds of press people pointing their cameras at the door and then suddenly all the cameras start clicking and flashing and I see Alice coming out wrapped in a police blanket her hair caked in mud her face all scratched and bleeding from her struggle with you and tears running through it all as I rush over to her and she falls into my arms I couldn t wait couldn t wait for it all to be real to actually happen I thought hurry up already Mr Caldwell make my daystalking the man the aforementioned mr samuel caldwell leads her down a path that begins with a dognapping and results in yasmin s successful ingratiation into samuel s home and his life where she discovers a kindred spirit a lonely outsider with social uirks that others might find odd but she accepts and barrels her way into an unusual version of friendship that gradually supplants her obsession with aliceof course then alice really does go missingan important note here is that yasmin s awkwardly blossoming friendship with samuel both before and after alice s actual disappearance does not exonerate him in her mind from the crime she s always suspected him of it s not a case of he s kind to me so he can t have done itbe going to do it it s like he s kind to me so it s okay that he s done itis going to do it which is a much ethically complicated situation in terms of the reader s willingness to go along with the protagonist and so ballsy for YA you want to sympathize with yasmin because of her difficulties and all the loss and cruelty she s endured but her intensity can be a bit frightening and there s a mutability to her that makes her hard to trustit s a completely original premise and it s got some interesting uirks of its own it s written in second person where the you is directed at samuel even though it s never really clear when she would be saying or writing this to him or if the delivery of the monologue is all just fantasy in her head which brings up the other uirk the narrator s unreliability in this case is so multilayered there are times when the reader uestions yasmin s interpretation of a situation the possible disparity between what yasmin perceives and what is likely actually happening but there s always the additional niggling possibility that some of the situations she recounts are pure fantasiesand that ending it leaves the reader in a sort of emotional limbo screeching you re ending it here seriouslyit was very jarring to realize THAT was the end of the book because there are so many PAGES after the last creepy line acknowledgments an about the author page discussion uestions a A and a note from the author i was expecting story on those pages and kavanagh was like nope that s all you get reader very very ballsy this onei loved it2015 karen not so bad at book choosingreview to comei have had this on my to read shelf since april 2015 with no memory of adding it but now BOOM i won it through the goodreads giveaways i hope karen 2015 knew what she was doingcome to my blog

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Read & download Things We Have in Common Tasha Kavanagh ✓ 0 Characters Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ✓ Tasha Kavanagh G close to Alice Taylor a girl at school Yasmin will do anything to become friends with pretty and popular Alice even if Alice like everyone else thinks she's a freak When Yasmin notices a sinister looking man watching Alice from the school fence she sees a way of finally winning Alice's affection because how this stranger is staring is far than just looking it's wanting Because. There s something off putting yet fascinating about Yasmin the narrator of Things We Have in Common Yasmin is deeply disturbed An outcast with no friends she is often bullied about her weight and her strange and obvious obsession with Alice the it girl in school She creates a bizarre fantasy world in her mind in which she and Alice will one day be happy She collects mementos that Alice left behind a candy bar wrapper old gym sock hair tie etcHowever Yasmin s loyalty towards Alice begins to shift when she first spies an older man whom she refers to as you who like Yasmin appears to be obsessed with Alice Yasmin becomes convinced that this man is going to kidnap Alice She doesn t share her suspicions but waits for the man to take Alice so that she can share with the police all she knows and be viewed as a hero She transfers her obsession from Alice onto you eventually inserting herself into his life so that she will be able to play hero However Yasmin becomes friends with the man and her loyalties change Will she save Alice or will she be loyal to her new and only friend I found this to be an interesting read It s different from other thrillers that I have read and the jarring last line freaked me out in so many ways I received a copy of this book from Goodreads and the publisher in exchange for an honest review

  • Hardcover
  • 304
  • Things We Have in Common
  • Tasha Kavanagh
  • English
  • 14 January 2020
  • 9780778326854