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(Ebook free) The Glass House

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#4974586 in Books 2015-04-16Original language:EnglishPDF # 1 9.02 x .38 x 5.98l, .55 #File Name: 1634763564180 pages | File size: 76.Mb Suki Fleet : The Glass House before purchasing it in order to gage whether or not it would be worth my time, and all praised The Glass House: 0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Creating beauty from broken piecesBy Justin DSuki tells us about a broken boy, Sasha. Hes seen the bottom of the pit. Its hardened him to the point where he lashes out at people and inflicts self-harm by proxy. Thomas has been trying to get Sasha to notice him.I think this is the first Suki book where I wasnt crying at every page. I emphasized with Sasha, but I couldnt fully connect with him. I sure it was my


shortcomings getting in the way. This is a powerful story of abuse, acceptance, what makes a family and of course, love. 4.0 for bricks.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Another Beautiful Story from Suki FleetBy Lauren ProutyAs an avid reader of anything Ms. Fleet writes I made sure to get a copy of this book when it came out. For some reason this book was a little harder to get into than This is Not a Love Story or Innocence (both which sucked me in right away). It wasn't until mid book that I finally had a firm handle on who the two boys of the story were. I think that had more to do with the fact that I was constantly interrupted from reading this book and had too much time in between chapters. And while I loved the characters, the story it still didn't grab me like her others. What I did enjoy was this book clearly had a message - even tho we may be broken, shattered we can heal ourselves through being loved and loving others. Also to find your passion and put your heart into it without worrying whether you'll fail or not because there really is no failing if you love what you do.0 of 0 people found the following review helpful. Suki Fleet Does It Again...By Michaela WBecause we are not brittle like glass, but more like the light that shines through it, bright and unending, without hierarchy or reason.Let me apologize ahead of time because knowing me and the emotional state I STILL am in over this book..there is absolutely no doubt in my mind that this will be a complete and utter mess.Every single time I think I cannot possibly fall even deeper in love with Suki's writing I will read another book of hers and find myself clutching my chest and wondering what kind of person she is. Which can be answered quite simple - she HAS to be the queen of angst.The Glass House was everything I was expecting it to be and so, so, so much more. I KNEW it would make my heart break and bend. And, I KNEW I would most definitely fall head over heels in love with the characters and want to protect them with every single fiber of my being. I knew that if this book was written like anything else I have read by her I would want to inhale every single printed word. What I didn't know is that this book would impact me so hard I would have to sit it down again and again and just stare at it as I exhaled out a long sigh. I didn't know that glass could be written about in such a heart-touching way. I didn't know that this would quickly surpass so many books I have read and land smack dab at somewhere close to the top of the list. And, by somewhere I mean second to This Is Not A Love Story. Why? Because, for some reason I love pain and seem to always be drawn to the characters that hold so much hurt and angst inside them I want to jump into the book and hold them.Sasha is a mess. But, in a way he can't help. He's been treated so wrongly by so many people including his own mother and life just really hasn't been fair to him whatsoever. He's in desperate need of someone to show him he matters and deserves to be happy and loved. Thomas turns out to be this person. Thomas turns out to be everything and more. Thomas is what I like to call a shining light. He's like the brightest star in the sky. He's shy, talented and so very drawn to this boy who's just as talented but so very broken and dimmed out. He sees the light in Sasha and eventually makes it known to Sasha himself that he carries this light. That he is worth so much more than he ever thought he was. The amount of love these two held for one another was breathtaking. I don't want to say Thomas "fixed" Sasha because he never needed to be fixed - he just needed to be found.I know this really could not even count as a review because of how all over the place it is but this book truly did plant itself and started growing roots in my heart. If you need a book full of angst written in the most breathtaking writing style and characters that you'll quickly fall in love with and want to protect this is the book for you. This is a book everyone should consider reading just to simply see what it's like to realize you aren't actually broken and you deserve happiness. At seventeen, Sasha is a little lost and a lot lonely. He craves friendship and love, but although hes outwardly confident, his self-destructive tendencies cause problems, and he pushes people away. Making sculptures out of the broken glass he collects is the only thing that brings him any peace, but it's not enough, and every day he feels himself dying a little more inside. Until he meets Thomas. Thomas is shy but sure of himself in a way Sasha can't understand. He makes it his mission to prove to Sasha that he is worthy of love and doesn't give up even when Sasha hurts him. Little by little Sasha begins to trust Thomas. And when Sasha is forced to confront his past, he realizes accepting the love Thomas gives him is the only way to push back the darkness.

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