Somebody Else's Sky (Something in the Way Book 2) Kindle Edition
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“She still didn’t seek the spotlight, but she was more self-assured than she’d been when we’d met. It was quiet confidence I could sit and watch for minutes at a time without even realizing it, and that was dangerous.”
Innocence, forbidden, and unrequited love. That feeling of wanting something so bad, yet it being just out of your grasp? It all adds up to be one of the most captivating, gut-wrenching, heartbreaking stories I've read in a long time. Jessica Hawkins' writing simply amazes me. Her words, and this poignant story she crafted had me in a sobbing mess. Somebody Else’s Sky evoked emotions from me that I’ve CRAVED from a book.
"You can't move the stars. I had tried, and I had failed."
If you're wanting to experience a story that makes you think and FEEL, then start this beautiful journey by reading Something in the Way.
It took me about three days to be able to write a review about Somebody Else's Sky. This has been the first time that I had been unable to form the right words to express my feelings because I was left speechless. No words.
I am in awe of the calibre of writing Jessica Hawkins possess. For me this is what reading is all about. To simply submerge yourself in a story and just forget everything else exists. You can't stop turning the pages while your heart either hurts or exhilarates by the journey the author is taking you. You live through the characters and feel their pain and yearnings, you feel mad at their decisions and you talk and scream to them while you read.
I feel that Somebody Else's Sky give us a bigger insight into Manning. I got to understand a lot of aspects that trigger him and that are very ingrained in him. We see Lake more mature, she has hopes, dreams, desires, and a voice deep inside her that talks to her and make her do things that are not expected from others. I loved this part of her and I am looking forward to seeing this develop further in the next book. As much as she gets on my nerves and I want to shake the living earth out of Tiffany, I found myself understanding her more (not agreeing with her in any shape or form) but I could see a lot of things I was not able to see before.
Oh Manning and Lake, I ache for you both. I have no clue what is going to happen next. I don't even know how to go about this review without spoiling the whole thing, something I do not want to do because you must go into this book blind just with the information you know from Book 1. I don't agree in knowing about endings ahead of time. I'm solely invested in this series and the emotions I feel while turning the pages. Enjoy the ride and go all the way!
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