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Fantasy booty to last her a lifetimeShe can't tell anybody about what she does they'd never believe her or worse they'd think she's a freak So Janie lives on the fringe cursed with an ability she.

wake free Wake MOBIFantasy booty to last her a lifetimeShe can't tell anybody about what she does they'd never believe her or worse they'd think she's a freak So Janie lives on the fringe cursed with an ability she.

❴BOOKS❵ ⚣ Wake Author Lisa McMann – Tyrakel.de For seventeen year old Janie getting sucked into other people's dreams is getting old Especially the falling dreams the naked but nobody notices dreams and the sex crazed dreams Janie's seen enough faFor seventeen year old Janie getting sucked into other people's dreams is getting old Especially the falling dreams the naked but nobody notices dreams and the sex crazed dreams Janie's seen enough.

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10 thoughts on “Wake

  1. Kristi Kristi says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBII picked this one up because the premise sounded so intriguing but ultimately I thought it was pretty disappointing The third person present tense narration really got on my nerves after a while and the story was told so choppily that I found it hard to really get involved Not to mention the ridiculous twist towards the end Spoiler Her formerly goth loser but now suddenly hot classmate with crazy nightmares turns out to be an undercover cop pretending to be a dealer in order to bust a huge drug operation run by another classmate's father Um what? and the fact that her dreams and why they happen is never really explained beyond us being told that Janie reads a few dream books from the local library that supposedly solve everything talk about unsatisfying Apparently there's a sequel and maybe it explains but I don't think I'll be reading it


  2. Morgan F Morgan F says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBII do not understand this book I do not understand the writing style I do not understand the plot And I sure as hell do not understand the appeal Everything about this book was choppy weird and over in a blink of an eye Come to think of it it was reminiscent of a dream the foggy kind you forget immediately upon waking The writing was unnecessarily blunt and in the 3rd person both of which I consider poor writing decisions I felt alienated from the story and I never understood who was acting or who was speaking Janie and Cabel


  3. Tatiana Tatiana says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBI35 starsA surprisingly good YA book a perfect mix of romance paranormal and mystery The writing style is peculiar and won't be everyone's cup of tea It definitely takes some time to get used to it But once you get over the present tense 3rd person narration and choppiness you realize this style actually makes the book intense and fast moving The love story is equally powerful and touching and certainly differs from your standard paranormal romance formula Lastly kudos to Lisa McMann for skillfully weaving dream catching into a very fascinating story A nice departure from the deadbeat vampwerefallen angel theme After the 3rd reading it is understandably not as exciting but still stands out as a fresh and


  4. Karin Karin says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBIJanie gets sucked into other people’s dreams She tries to stop it but can’t resist the overwhelming pull She first noticed it happening when she was eight years old Janie has witnessed everything from the typical falling dream and standing naked in front of a crowd dream to World War II battle dreams Most of the time she is just an observer Even if the dreamers ask for her help she can’t manage to do anythingJanie’s life has been hindered by this curse She found out early that sleepovers weren’t good for her The close proximity of the other girls caused her to experience their dreams and not ge


  5. Kat Kennedy Kat Kennedy says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBIThis book is short sweet and simple I think it's the simpleness of the story that gives it the most charm There are no intricate or twisted plots Nor is than any great climatic action to this storyIt is a gradual growing of a girl and a boy as they learn to deal with an unusual psychic ability together and face their nightmaresThere isn't much to say about this book There isn't much plot or pacing to speak of though it doesn't drag on It's hard for this book to drag on because there simply isn't much of it I read it in three hours The characters are complex compelling and well crafted Though the character of Cabel has convinced me of one thing that I had already suspected In literature we like our men obsessive We like them to be doggedly persistent in their chase of our heroines It's not enough that they summon the courage to attempt to speak or


  6. Maja The Nocturnal Library Maja The Nocturnal Library says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBII've read countless YA novels in this past year but Wake is by far my favorite To be perfectly honest it's not the story that I like so much it's very interesting and well thought out but it was the writing that blew me away In her review Tatiana called McMann's writing style flawless and I must admit I was very intrigued by her choice of words at the time I understand now exactly what she meant Wake has a steady rhythm that you can almost feel in your bones while reading It’s very hard to describe but very easy to notice once you start reading I adore its simplicity and unpretentiousness Lisa McMann's writing is every linguist's dream Linguists are usually very sens


  7. Kaylin The ReRead Queen Kaylin The ReRead Queen says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBI1 StarOverall Oh this was bad I already had low expectations because it was a random cover buy but it surpassed them? The plot seemed so interesting but the writing was so choppy The characters were underdeveloped and there wasn't even a plot it was just bad ProsUh it’s a really cool plot idea? I enjoyed the incorporation of lucid dreaming I liked the first few pages? The character of Janie seemed interesting before I realized she was never expanded upon? Cons Everything else I’m not one to just hate but this one had so many issues I'm not even sure how to keep track The writing style was so absurdly choppyLike I get stream of consciousness writing I get it But every sentence was a fragmented that restated EVERYTHING Then the fragments were just broken up further with divisions in time Then broken into itty chapters and spliced together paragraphsNone of the characters we


  8. TJ TJ says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBITHE REVIEWWhy this book?It seemed interesting What I thoughtWTF did I just read this book is freakin weird It's like a sequence of dreams with a little plot that's it The only reason I finished it was because I was curious to see if it changed It so didn't and i'm so not reading the sequel yeah it's so bad i'm not even giving it a chance


  9. Heather Heather says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBIFirst read in February of 2009 Wake is one of those rare gems that I keep coming back to In spite of the later ruin of the series truly Gone was atrocious Wake still possesses some element of reading magic for me I suppose it doesn’t hurt that it only takes two hours to read either Quick read status or no Wake can boast of containing not one but two fantastically imperfect characters a unique and heart breaking supernatural element and a mystery that never dulls even after multiple re reads The writing is sparse befitting of the story and is rather lovely in its own cold lonesome way I would recommend Wake to anyone just stop the series after Fade


  10. Emily May Emily May says:

    ePUB tyrakelde #9734; Wake ePUB #181; wake free, Wake MOBII best get this review out of the way before I start the second book in the series Fade In short the story is about Janie a girl who finds herself dragged into the dreams of those sleeping around her a big problem as you can imagine in the majority of high school classes With no idea why she has this strange ability Janie begins to discover that not only can she see the dreams happening she can also interfere and change what happensI really liked the story and surprisingly for a young adult novel I also liked the romance going on between Janie and Cabel The characters are interesting and I found the novel to be at times really funny and at others quite sad I think it's the kind of book that grows on you the further you get I wasn't overwhelmed with wonder in the first chapter but I noticed that the book quickly got better and betterWhat I couldn't get used to and still find really strange when I think back about it is the fact that the novel is written in 3rd person present tense na


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