[ EPUB ] ✶ Summer of Stars (The Past Lives of Lola Ray, #1) Author Leslee Horner – Techotechies.us

Summer of Stars (The Past Lives of Lola Ray, #1) In This Life, Lola S Family Is Falling Apart In The Last One, They Were Murdered In This Life, Lola Just Wants To Be Normal, Without The Obsessive Urges That Have Her Vacuuming At Least Three Times A Day And A Bipolar Mother Who S The Poster Child For Mood Swings Lola Thought That Turning Fifteen Would Bring Change For The Better, But A Strange Vision Puts Her On A Crowded Train Headed For Auschwitz Is She Losing It Or Looking Through A Window To A Past Life

[ EPUB ] ✶ Summer of Stars (The Past Lives of Lola Ray, #1)  Author Leslee Horner – Techotechies.us
  • Paperback
  • 198 pages
  • Summer of Stars (The Past Lives of Lola Ray, #1)
  • Leslee Horner
  • English
  • 19 October 2017
  • 1495345424

10 thoughts on “Summer of Stars (The Past Lives of Lola Ray, #1)


  1. says:

    This is a very well written book I couldn t put it down It s adult fiction and an excellent read with great examination of many issue for this age It was very fun read for me as well Well developed chapters ,exciting mystery and historical information


  2. says:

    This young adult story presents the typical angst of a young teenage girl, complete with parents having difficulties, peer pressure and the guy next door Everything seems fairly normal until Lola, the girl, starts seeing a past life Leslee Horner masterfully weaves a difficult subject into the story and presents is carefully and ski...


  3. says:

    Lola is a typical teenager She just wants a normal life Unfortunately she is stuck in a family where her mother is bi polar, she suspects her father in having an affair, her best friend is obsessed with being in the in crowd and life is swirling around her day after day as she attempts to navigate the waters of being 15 Add to this the fact that she has begun to have dreams that are disturbingly familiar and real to her and she feels as if she is losing her mind I have been a fan of Lesl Lola is a typical teenager She just wants a normal life Unfortunately she is stuck in a family where her mother is bi polar, she suspects her father in having an affair, her best friend is obsessed with being in the in crowd and life is swirling around her day after day as she attempts to navigate the waters of being 15 Add to t...


  4. says:

    I saw this book as a work in progress Lesslee Horner is in my writing group, but I wasn t prepared by these quick snapshots for the wonderful book she would hand me when it was finished Here ear for teen language and teen thought is spot on, but just as well done is her grasp of what it is like to be the responsible adult while still a teen in a family that is falling apart.All the characters, from Lola herself to her parents, and Ian, the cool yet goofy guy across the street are well rounde I saw this book as a work in progress Lesslee Horner is in my writing group, but I wasn t prepared by these quick snapshots for the wonderful book she would hand me when it was finished Here ear for teen language and teen thought is spot on, but just as well done is he...


  5. says:

    I am not a regular reader of YA fiction however, Horner s Summer of Stars is a page turner with a good character arc and well defined characters I had a hard time putting this book down and immediately downloaded th...


  6. says:

    Concept characters are good, but the point of view seems flat It feels like a summary of events rather than an experience There were a few transitions missing, making some parts awkward The interaction with Lola Ian could have beenauthentic and o...


  7. says:

    For those of us who believe in reincarnation and karma this is an excellent book The characters are richly portrayed and believable There is plenty of real life drama with tie ins to past lives The main girl is in constant contact with a past life that inclu...


  8. says:

    Turning the first page of Summer of Stars, readers find themselves on a speeding train that is Lola s life Having visions of a past existence, a family that s breaking apart, and a new neighbor, who her friends label a weirdo, Lola s ...


  9. says:

    i enjoyed this book looking forward to the next one its a great read for all ages it will make you think of your summer time romances and at the same time leave you wanting to know what is gonna happen next


  10. says:

    I liked the premise of this book, but I did not think the writing was very good I know its a YA book, but there are lots of YA books that are WAY better written than this one.

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