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Trailer î The Muse PDF by Þ Suzie Carr I love this book Mind you I did just read itor less straight through and it is 3 am now So my brain is not working at full capacity at moment.
This is muchthe story of one woman rather than a couple But a lovely little coupling did occur in this book.
I loved the main character who was nicknamed Plain Jane Jane was a late twenty something intelligent woman who had never been in love She was shy and had some fear tendencies What the reader finds out is that this woman had been bullied as a child while her peers did nothing This got my attention because as a child, I too had in the same boat Like the main character, I, too, shied away from life as an early adult.
Jane meets up with a mystery woman who she communicates with via Twitter She now becomes Carefree Jane Jane so much wants to meet this woman However, her pains to her past are preventing her from pursuing muchthan an internet relationship Her only saving grace is her best friend, who does his best to try to get her to break out of her shell.
As the story goes on, Jane is forced to deal with her insecurities I feel that I typically read through books incredibly fast With this book I specifically chose to take my time I let the book stay on simmer for a while so I could thoroughly digest each and every piece for its true value to the whole This book is incredible in subtle ways Everyone could read this and take something from it Granted we may not all take away the same things but that s ok I enjoyed the story that was told and the characters that were created made their way into my heart and there they will stay I loved the main character Jane I did not always agree with her but I enjoyed every emotion she brought out in me And there was alot of emotion She is someone that we could all be My heart bled for this woman I wanted to hold her and tell her it would all be ok She deserved it to be ok, better than that in fact, she deserved things to be great I also loved the secondary characters They w I think other reviewers have given enough details about the romantic portion of this novel I think that Carr went above and beyond in her depiction of bullying It is in depth and accurate information You will have no choice but to fall in love with characters and their stories I would recommend this to all.
I love this book Mind you I did just read itor less straight through and it is 3 am now So my brain is not working at full capacity at moment.
This is muchthe story of one woman rather than a couple But a lovely little coupling did occur in this book.
I loved the main character who was nicknamed Plain Jane Jane was a late twenty something intelligent woman who had never been in love She was shy and had some fear tendencies What the reader finds out is that this woman had been bullied as a child while her peers did nothing This got my attention because as a child, I too had in the same boat Like the main character, I, too, shied away from life as an early adult.
Jane meets up with a mystery woman who she communicates with via Twitter She now becomes Carefree Jane Jane so much wants to meet this woman However, her pains to her past are preventing her from pursuing muchthan an internet relationship Her only saving grace is her best friend, who does his best to try to get her to break out of her shell.
As the story goes on, Jane is forced to deal with her insecurities I feel that I typically read through books incredibly fast With this book I specifically chose to take my time I let the book stay on simmer for a while so I could thoroughly digest each and every piece for its true value to the whole This book is incredible in subtle ways Everyone could read this and take something from it Granted we may not all take away the same things but that s ok I enjoyed the story that was told and the characters that were created made their way into my heart and there they will stay I loved the main character Jane I did not always agree with her but I enjoyed every emotion she brought out in me And there was alot of emotion She is someone that we could all be My heart bled for this woman I wanted to hold her and tell her it would all be ok She deserved it to be ok, better than that in fact, she deserved things to be great I also loved the secondary characters They w I think other reviewers have given enough details about the romantic portion of this novel I think that Carr went above and beyond in her depiction of bullying It is in depth and accurate information You will have no choice but to fall in love with characters and their stories I would recommend this to all.
Anyone else get massive cravings for cheesecake after reading this this is definitely not the most insightful take away from this book especially given the context but I ll leave that for the respectable reviewers out there This is the first time I ve written a review for a book And I really tried to keep it short.
First of all, Kudos to Ms Suzie Carr for writing this novel It may not move everyone s heart but it definitely moved mine.
I felt really sad while I was reading the dark moments of the heroineIt s because I know how it feels to be disheartened due to a fact that a person cannot even accept his her own words he she have used to enlighten others It s like contradicting your identity or telling a lie because you yourself cannot follow your own advises Yet it felt real Because that is what really happens in real life.
And YES.
.
it is possible to get out of such situations.
.
A person can always be redeemed from such tragedies.
If I were a critique I might say many things about how the novel was written I ve read some bad reviews.
.
but there are also really At Twenty Nine, Jane Knoll Is Convinced That She Will Never Experience Her First Kiss Bullied As A Teenager, She Lives Life Under A Veil Of Insecurity And Loneliness Her Social Life Consists Of Television Reruns And A Weekly Laundry Night With Her Neighbor, Larry Then, Hope Rises When Jane Starts Following Her Beautiful, Magnetic Co Worker Eva On Twitter Under The Protective Disguise Of An Alter Ego, Jane Experiences The Joy Of Flirting And The Rush Of Euphoria Eva And Jane Quickly Launch Into An Online Love Affair That Brings Out The Best In Jane Behind The Safety Of Her Laptop Screen, She Becomes Confident And Empowered With Purpose And Talent But Face To Face, Jane Is Nothing Than Eva S Nondescript, Clumsy Co Worker A Social Catastrophe For The First Time In Her Life, Jane Has Discovered True Bliss Happiness In Love, Newfound Success In A Writing Career, And The Chance To Make A Difference In The World But Can She Live The Rest Of Her Life As An Alter Ego Is She Brave Enough To Reveal Her True Identity And Risk Squandering It All The plot was poorly executed, the main character is extremely unlikable, and the writing style is so bad it s distracting I ve now read two books from this author, and that isthan enough to convince me that I don t want to read any others.
I ve always wondered how the bullied kids turned out as adults if they carried along the infliction s, teasing, hitting, and name calling into their adult lives Or did they take the hurt and rejection as a child and allowed it to fuel them into becoming the person they secretly wished they were I m sure many people have witnessed or perhaps been the victim of bullying, or maybe you were the bully Whichever role you ve played, Suzie Carr s The Muse answered my dying question by allowing me to take a glimpse into the life of a woman that desires to be set free from her past and her hidden sexuality.
While the store is not entirely about bullying, readers will be able to wrap their selves into a Cat Fished tail of Jane Knoll, a woman that lives in her toxic mind and wars with the past as well as the current state of her boring life This deja vu tale is so familiar as if First things first, I won a free copy of this book from the goodreads website drawing contest While I was not required to write a review, or rate this story, I simply enjoyed this romantic, comedy, coming of age tale too much not to say Hey this was a fun, sweet read Let me ask you a question, Did you like the book Bridget Jones s Diary If you said yes, than this story will likely be for you It has the same kind of shed a tear emotionally moving scenes, splashed some laugh out loud moments, throw in some cheesy lines, and finish with a sappy ending And for me.
it was enjoyable DWe are introduced to Jane in her current life, reviewing some of her bumpy at times quite sad past, finally into her much delayed entrance into the world



This is the first time I ve written a review for a book And I really tried to keep it short.
First of all, Kudos to Ms Suzie Carr for writing this novel It may not move everyone s heart but it definitely moved mine.
I felt really sad while I was reading the dark moments of the heroineIt s because I know how it feels to be disheartened due to a fact that a person cannot even accept his her own words he she have used to enlighten others It s like contradicting your identity or telling a lie because you yourself cannot follow your own advises Yet it felt real Because that is what really happens in real life.
And YES.
.
it is possible to get out of such situations.
.
A person can always be redeemed from such tragedies.
If I were a critique I might say many things about how the novel was written I ve read some bad reviews.
.
but there are also really Anyone else get massive cravings for cheesecake after reading this this is definitely not the most insightful take away from this book especially given the context but I ll leave that for the respectable reviewers out there The plot was poorly executed, the main character is extremely unlikable, and the writing style is so bad it s distracting I ve now read two books from this author, and that isthan enough to convince me that I don t want to read any others.
I ve always wondered how the bullied kids turned out as adults if they carried along the infliction s, teasing, hitting, and name calling into their adult lives Or did they take the hurt and rejection as a child and allowed it to fuel them into becoming the person they secretly wished they were I m sure many people have witnessed or perhaps been the victim of bullying, or maybe you were the bully Whichever role you ve played, Suzie Carr s The Muse answered my dying question by allowing me to take a glimpse into the life of a woman that desires to be set free from her past and her hidden sexuality.
While the store is not entirely about bullying, readers will be able to wrap their selves into a Cat Fished tail of Jane Knoll, a woman that lives in her toxic mind and wars with the past as well as the current state of her boring life This deja vu tale is so familiar as if First things first, I won a free copy of this book from the goodreads website drawing contest While I was not required to write a review, or rate this story, I simply enjoyed this romantic, comedy, coming of age tale too much not to say Hey this was a fun, sweet read Let me ask you a question, Did you like the book Bridget Jones s Diary If you said yes, than this story will likely be for you It has the same kind of shed a tear emotionally moving scenes, splashed some laugh out loud moments, throw in some cheesy lines, and finish with a sappy ending And for me.
it was enjoyable DWe are introduced to Jane in her current life, reviewing some of her bumpy at times quite sad past, finally into her much delayed entrance into the world

Suzie Carr

Trailer î The Muse PDF by Þ Suzie Carr pamyatnik.pro Suzie Carr is a contemporary novelist, podcaster on the Lesbian Talk Show, avid blogger, and Director of Membership for the Golden Crown Literary Society When she s not writing, conducting hands on research, exercising, or blending a green smoothie concoction, she s likely engaged in the sweet memory of her beloved boxers, Sunshine and Bumblebee, enjoying a few giggles over their funny antics and