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After a shout out from one of the Internet’s superstar vloggers Natasha “Tash” Zelenka finds herself and her obscure amateur web series Unhappy Families thrust into the limelight She’s gone viralHer show is a modern adaptation of Anna Karenina written by Tash’s literary lo. Ooh this was such a cutely great book about internet fame Of course obviously I read it in order to glean tips so I too can get like 50000 followers over night Did I get any good tips HAHAHA HHAHA HAHAHA No But yet the book was absolutely adorable and funny and sweet so that at least saves things It also features an asexual protagonist And also a lot of Russian literature NiceAlso I have to admit I m not hugely into youtube Although I do watch Superwoman because reasons AND I did love the Lizzie Bennet Diaries vlog series so I 100% imagined this as like thatOh and confession Despite the book being called TASH hearts Tolstoydo you know who can never remember her name raises hand I legit was just scrolling through the book trying to find her name and now I feel like a waffle dead in a puddle of spoiled milk Why wasn t I given a memory WHO TOOK IT FROM ME WHY IS LIFE LIKE THISLet s move forwardL I K E S Internet appreciation We gotcha youtube and tumblr and vlogging and twitter and HASHTAGS Also how it showed the internet is not ALL great news I m a book reviewer so hello yes I ve experienced hate for just erm existingLike don t get me started on twitter thread hates on me earlier this year for calling a book sexist which it wasah Good times So I really related to that part and how the teens reacted and just the pressure of creating content hoping people love it anxiety if they don t trying to figure out what to respond to and what not to I think if you re part of ANY sort of artist creating content on the internet community you re going to relate to this book The friendships were SO excellent I cannot even Like Tash has these epic BFFs from just down the road Jack and Paul They re childhood friends and just know each other 100% and it s so stinkin adorable I want a Jack and a Paul Jack is totally the kind of person who will stab you with a spork and has no chill for kindness And Paul is a ginormous adorable puppy who stole the show and is so loveable and dorky and sweet and fjakdslafd PAUL TOO PRECIOUS FOR THIS WORLD I loved the writing style It s perfectly witty and bantery and also has times for the retrospective life And it s just easy to be swallowed by Nothing like a book to consume your face obviously LOVELY PARENTS Woah Will wonders never cease All the appreciation for the asexual romantic representation The only other canon asexual book I ve read is Every Heart a Doorway and I m so keen to read Asexuals are not mythical unicorns So Tash likes people mostly aesthetically but she doesn t want to have sex with them Hence she HEARTS Tolstoy And also ya knowother peoplewhistles mysteriouslyD I S L I K E S I actually liked Tash less as the story goes on I think this is because I found her a liiiittle too controlling She was pretty self obsessed and like she does get called out on it And I m NOT saying I want to read about perfect characters But in the end she was frustrating me a lot and I just didn t really connect with her However I am Spock and am likely to connect with your lasagna than you So Romance was not my favourite I mean it was at the end HECK YES TO THE END But I did find it a little too frustrating I did NOT get the point of her sister Klaudie She was the perfect child who started acting like an insufferable dead pincushion and I just wanted to hi five her in the face with my cereal bowl She really had no reason to be a bucket of bologna It also took me a while to remember who was who But I mean their vlogging cast had like 7 peopleplus other side characters Don t you go throwing than 3 names at me and expecting things FOR GOODNESS SAKES I COULDN T REMEMBER TASH WAS CALLED TASH And I thought Jack was a boy for likeages She s a girl I also have no idea who was who in their vlogging cast still except George was an insufferable spork and someone else was a human I think IDK I m fishing for straws here Help me I m not good with names Or people tbhALL IN ALL this is so definitely a book you need in your life It s funny AND bittersweet at times and it s 5000% relatable if you like me are also trying to marry the internet It features one of my favouritest sibling duos of ever whom I want to be adopted by immediately AND PAUL ERMAGERD and it was a most pleasurable thing to read If this book was a waffle it would not exist because I would have eaten it erm that was actually high praise Shhhhh don t hate on my imagery

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Tash Hearts Tolstoy

Ve Count Lev Nikolayevich “Leo” Tolstoy Tash is a fan of the forty thousand new subscribers their gushing tweets and flashy Tumblr GIFs Not so much the pressure to deliver the best web series everAnd when Unhappy Families is nominated for a Golden Tuba award Tash’s cyber flirt. there were a lot of things about this book that were super dope asexual representation most of all like seriously when do we EVER get an asexual protagonist in a YA bookalso the protagonist s family is semi buddhist which is dope half vegetarian first second and third generation immigrants there s a MM couple there s a late in life pregnancy cancer representation all around this book had a really uniue construction for all its characters lives which was pretty enriching and radplus there was a modern adaptation of a classic in the form of a youtube web series so now i really want to rewatch the lizzie bennet diariesthis book didn t all the wayclick for me i was pretty bored and i didn t love the characters but even though i felt 0 emotions i can appreciate it from an objective standpoint like modern art yes that s pretty impressive even though nothing whatsoever is clicking for me here and i m going to go to the impressionist wing where unartsy me feels comfortable and protected and safeanyway this is probably 325 stars yay for hyper specificitybottom line this is a very cool example of how amazing it is that so many YA contemporaries are now these cool diverse modern nerdy thingsCAN YOU BELIEVE IT WAS ALL WHITE HETERONORMATIVITY LIKE STRAIGHT UP 18 MONTHS AGO counting my gd blessings i tell ya

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Ation with Thom Causer a fellow award nominee suddenly has the potential to become something IRL if she can figure out how to tell said crush that she’s romantic asexualTash wants to enjoy her newfound fame but will she lose her friends in her rise to the top What would Tolstoy do. this was a cute lighthearted book not much really happened plot wise as it mainly focused on tashs reaction to her new found fame which felt like your pretty typical YA drama but the writing was fun and fresh and the characters were relatable which made for an easy read this was a buddy read with the lovely lola you can find her review here 35 stars


10 thoughts on “Tash Hearts Tolstoy

  1. says:

    I really really loved this book It is one of those books I could not stop thinking about every time I had to put it down Su

  2. says:

    35 starsTash is asexual but you know what? That is not all this book is aboutThe representation is done well And I don’t mind books that discuss a person’s sexual orientation or in this case lack of sexual desire for people in every chapte

  3. says:

    Ooh this was such a cutely great book about internet fame Of course obviously I read it in order to glean tips so I too can get like 50000 followers over night Did I get any good tips? HAHAHA HHAHA HAHAHA No But yet the book was absolutely adorable and funny and sweet so that at least saves things It also features an asexual protagonist And also a lot of Russian literature #NiceAlso I have to admit I'm not hugely into youtube A

  4. says:

    I know we’re not even all of the way through the first month of 2018 but DAMN this has already been a fantastic year for me in booksI was a little nervous to start Tash Hearts Tolstoy because none of my close friends had read it yet and I didn’t have any strong recommendations or endorsements to go off of Also I have yet to read Anna Karenina or anything else by Tolstoy so I was also worried there would be too many references

  5. says:

    there were a lot of things about this book that were super dope asexual representation most of all like seriously when do we EVER get an asexua

  6. says:

    Okay yes but what now? How am I supposed to go on with my life with no Tash Paul Jack and Unhappy Families? It's a serious uestion I'm telling youIt was only my second book with an ace MC and fuck give me I'm 100% there for this contentFirst thing you need to know about me I'm a real Anna Karenina trash Like if you could see the way my first copy looks right now you'd feel horrible for it and probably would want to su

  7. says:

    this was a cute lighthearted book not much really happened plot wise as it mainly focused on tashs reaction to her new found fame which felt like your pretty typical YA drama but the writing was fun and fresh and the characters were relatabl

  8. says:

    I’m honestly super torn over how I feel about this story It was cute had great ace rep and talked about the amazing INTERNET but it was also slow almost kind of boring and just ?? I DON’T KNOW Something huge was missing for me but I really don’t know WHATL I K E S ACE REP There is DEFINITELY not enough ace rep in

  9. says:

    45 Tash Hearts Tolstoy is the kind of book that's impossible to put down It is so easy flowing that before I knew it I found myself almost finished having to force myself to stop reading because I had to 'life' instead There were so many aspects to this book that are unfortunately not all that common in YA and I loved them It had a cast of ch

  10. says:

    Edit based on reread 61417 YES 45 stars TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY is an incredible fluffy addition to YA that I know many readers that love SIMON VS or ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS will fall in love with This book features a cast of realistic characters that you'll adore in some parts and relate to in others Tash our main character is asexual and this book adds much needed representation in YA that I loved to read about