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Wish Indigo Dreams #1

Free read Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ò Grier Cooper

If you love ballet fiction For Indigo Stevens ballet classes at Miss Roberta’s ballet studio offer the stability and structure that are missing from her crazy home life At almost 16 she hopes this is the year she will be accepted into the New York School of Ballet so she can begin her ballet dance career First she must prove she’s ready and that means ignoring J.

review Wish Indigo Dreams #1

Esse Sanders the cute boy with dimples who is definitely at the top of Miss Roberta’s List of Forbidden Things for DancersBut Jesse is the least of Indigo’s concerns When she discovers her mom is an alcoholic it simultaneously explains everything and heaps worry on Indigo’s shoulders As her mom’s behavior becomes increasingly erratic Indigo fights to mainta. There's always hope for in the futureI'm not a fan of ballet but I enjoyed reading this book It has been a long time since I read YA I think I'll start again ; It's uite interesting full of angst teenage drama and in this case also some adult drama because of Indigo's momLife in her family is not a good one Her brothers and Indigo herself face their mother's moodiness every day It is hard to tell what the next day will bring She wants to leave home as soon as possible Ballet dancing is her outlet A way to escape life And hopefully it will become a way to escape her home It's her dream to go to New York and become a ballet dancer She is good too Will she get her chance or will all her wishes be for naughtAt least she has her friends she can rely on and then there is Jesse Life is not all bad and there is still hope for a better futureI can't wait to read the next books in the series

Free read Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ò Grier Cooper

In balance protect her younger brothers from abuse and keep her mother from going over the edge But life with an alcoholic parent is unpredictable When the violence at home escalates Indigo realizes she can no longer dance around the issue At the risk of losing everything she must take matters into her own hands before it’s too late Scroll up and grab a copy today. This review can also be found on my blog schakarinI don't really know what to think of Wish While I liked the story overall I also had some problems with it But let's start with the positive aspects I loved that the dancing was such a big part of this book I'm not a dancer myself but I've always ben fascinated with it and I really liked getting to know a little about ballet Indigo was a great main character; she felt real and I liked hearing the story from her point of view As always I would've handled certain things differently or reacted in a different way at times but it wasn't annoying in any way Indigo's family was a different story for me First of all I would've preferred a proper introduction to them It took me a while to figure out how many brothers Indigo had and then there was the dog that was mentioned maybe twice throughout the book I ended up liking Indigo's brothers but her parents not so much Her mom seemed a little over the top I don't have any experience with her situation but it felt a little over the top for me And then Indigo's dad was also completely irrational I know that there are people that can't cope with situations like the one he was in but his denial was extreme in my opinion But still these things were just minor problems for meWhat really bothered me was how the story was structured First of all there is a lot of jumping around and we never get any kind indication as to how much time has passed since the last scene and things like that I felt disoriented with every new chapter and that got a little annoying with time Then there are a lot of unimportant details that are mentioned but never actually play an important role in the story For example the family dog I don't even remember his name but I think he was mentioned once or maybe twice During the time when the family was really struggling I was always wondering who is looking after the dog I think it would've been best to just leave him out entirely The same goes for the tutoring Indigo was supposed to do for some random person This happened rather early in the book when Indigo meets some woman she doesn't like and is asked to tutor her daughter Indigo is really stressed out about it but it never comes into play later in the book I don't think Indigo went to a single tutoring session so why not leave that part outI would've preferred if there had been explanations about certain things that are important to the story rather than focusing on these side comments With the main story everything seemed to happen very uickly and abruptly without giving us the chance to figure things out on their own The reader is often confronted with facts in a way that 'this has always been this way' and just has to be accepted I don't know if that makes sense or not but I feel like most of the important stuff has either happened before the book takes place or is happening during a break in the story and then the story continues after that's finished Sometimes I just needed to know about what happened after a chapter ends for exampleBut as I've said I liked the book overall and maybe I was just too picky about these things that bothered me I hope there will be a seuel where we'll get to know about Indigo's dance career and I would also like to know

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  • Wish Indigo Dreams #1
  • Grier Cooper
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  • 01 August 2019
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About the Author: Grier Cooper

Grier began ballet lessons at age five and left home at fourteen to study at the School of American Ballet in New York She has performed on three out of seven continents with companies such as San Francisco Ballet Miami City Ballet and Pacific Northwest Ballet totaling than thirty years of experience as a dancer teacher and performerHer work has been praised as “poignant and honest” wit