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  • Hardcover
  • 368
  • If You Can't Fly
  • Anna Priemaza
  • English
  • 22 August 2018
  • 9780062560803

10 thoughts on “If You Can't Fly

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    45 Stars This was a super fun fluffy read about friendship and I really enjoyed it It was evenly paced and fairly lighthearted which made for a great reading experience Thank you to Harper Teen for providing me with a copy

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    OhMyGodI'll reread this as soon as I possibly canThe most underrated book I ever read This is actually inspiring me to create an understated sh

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    The thing about this book is it was written for me Okay Not really But it sure felt that way while I was reading Because1

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    This book I want everyone in the world to read this bookWhere to even begin?KAT AND MEG wove its way into my heart and then set it on

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    KAT AND MEG CONUER THE WORLD is so much than you ever think it could possibly be Upon meeting Kat you might bristle at some of her thoughts including most that escape her lips Then you meet Meg a tidal wave of personality that can't uite be contained Video games are eased in the mix and you wonder how oh how will this all work?That is when you have to tip your hat to Anna Priemaza who makes this imperfect friendship one of the most perfect

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    I hate peopleEven me? Meg asks which could mean she's a mind reader but probably just means I accidentally said that out loudYou're not people You're MegAnd something about the way she grins at that makes me feel the tiniest bit better Give me every book about friendship ever written No lie but stories with strong friends

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    This book I LOVE this book I won't lie I finished reading it a few weeks ago and I have spent every day since trying to figure out how to encapsulate just how much I love it It hit absolutely every one of my soft spots Wonderful friendships Complex families Adorable old men Fun and realistic romance VIDEO GAMES And all of it delivered through two amazing uniue girls who simply jump off the page Kat IS teenag

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    BUT REALLY GUYS THIS IS THE BEST BOOKSo I got to read this as part of our critiue group and I've seen this book fr

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    TO THE RIFTOkay that reference will only make sense to people who have already read the book but I wanted to put it there because a it’s fun to write and b I think it shows the cool and gloriously nerdy feel of this book Because seriously this book is so nerdy and SO GOOD My geeky heart loved the smart and funny references to all my faves any book that references Harry Potter is instantly special to me but

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If You Can't Fly

For fans of Nicola Yoon’s Everything Everything Emery Lord’s When We Collided and Rainbow Rowell’s Fangirl Anna Priemaza’s debut novel is a heartwarming and achingly real story of finding a friend being a fan and defining your. 45 Stars This was a super fun fluffy read about friendship and I really enjoyed it It was evenly paced and fairly lighthearted which made for a great reading experience Thank you to Harper Teen for providing me with a copy for reviewFirstly I loved the neurodiversity in this novel As it features two main characters one with anxiety panic attacks and another with ADHD I of course was interested from the get go I have to say I agree with the author in saying that it is not specifically a mental health novel as she had mentioned to me a few months ago but it is very evident that their disorders are implemented into the story very naturally ADHD anxiety are not mentioned on every page but we absolutely see how Meg s ADHD affects her schoolwork her family and her friendship whereas we see how Kat s anxiety forms a lot of her decisions It s not the primary focus of the novel but an important factor that was executed extremely well in my opinion As someone with anxiety I especially loved Kat s portrayal It was so nice to see a character suffer from the daily weight of this illness but also grow and start to conuer itI also enjoyed that one of our main characters Meg is black I hadn t given much thought to the ethnicities of our protagonists before reading so it was nice to get some surprise representation there I obviously can t speak for the rep but I will say I noticed Meg talks about issues of being a black teen than most books with black main characters written by white authors I can t tell you if that s good or not but I did feel as if there was a strong effort to make it an accurate portrayal In general I loved Kat and Meg and protagonists They complement each other so well it s mind boggling It s a total introverttotal extrovert pairing that creates a very balanced dynamic Kat helps Meg stay focused and Meg helps Kat step outside of their comfort zone I also felt it was a very healthy relationship so yay for supportive and fluffy girl friendships They do have their fights like most teenage girl friendships but they were never malicious towards each other never betrayed one another and always did their best to keep the other s interests in mindAlso side note it s the first book I ve ever read that takes place in Canada I believe Yay for some non AmericanUK YAAnother part of the story I loved because gosh there s so many things was the fact that their friendship begins on the fact that they both love a YouTube who streams video game playthroughs I found this concept so uniue because it s a huge part of many teens lives today I m not a big fan of gamers on YouTube but the fandom culture was totally accurate The video gameYouTube aspect was super super fun to read aboutThere s so much that I want to talk about but I m going to hold my tongue because I m filming a review coming soon The one thing I didn t enjoy about this story was it wasn t very plot based There s really no concrete storyline it s just the story of these two girls who are partnered up at the beginning of the year become friends because of a shared love of a gamer on YouTube It s not a huge critiue because I understand many YA contemporaries aren t very plot focused to begin with but sometimes I wished there was just a little driving the plot other than 1 Science fair 2 LumberlegsLOTS 3 Family issues I just felt there was room for contentAll in all really really great read Would definitely recommend to anyone who enjoys YA contemporaries involving mental health themes girl friendship and videos It was so fluffy cute and funny that you can t help but love it This book was sent to me for free by Harper Collins in exchange for an honest review All opinions are my own

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Place in a difficult worldKat and Meg couldn’t be different Kat’s anxiety makes it hard for her to talk to people Meg hates being alone but her ADHD keeps pushing people away But when the two girls are thrown together for a year lo. This book I want everyone in the world to read this bookWhere to even beginKAT AND MEG wove its way into my heart and then set it on fire I cannot get over how brilliant this book is on so many different levels The dual POV voices of Kat and Meg are so genuine and specific to them Their dialogue is clever and spot on The relationships in this book develop like real life people s do The way Kat and Meg come to care about one another and the way that I came to care about them felt like such a rare treat in a way that reminded me of Rainbow Rowell s ELEANOR PARK These two characters are both so charming so flawed so achingly lonely and they are the most perfect heartwarming fit for one another Over the course of the story they grow and change and come to life so fully that I actually felt them walk around making imprints on my heartThe whole book is full of characters to fall in love with online friends and love interests and family members The whole time I was reading I sort of just wanted to give the book itself and everyone inside of it a massive hug Because KAT AND MEG bursts with warmth It s fresh and uniue It s adorable and unabashedly nerdy and surprisingly hysterical And also sometimes it will shatter your heart But then it will put it back together again piece by piece and you ll find that by the end somehow the whole is bigger than it was before

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Ng science project they discover they do have one thing in common They’re both obsessed with the same online gaming star and his hilarious videosIt might be the beginning of a beautiful friendship if they don’t kill each other firs. BUT REALLY GUYS THIS IS THE BEST BOOKSo I got to read this as part of our critiue group and I ve seen this book from early stages but even before editing I LOVE LOVE LOVE it And it all comes down to the charactersKat and Meg are two of the most relatable protagonists I ve read in young adult fiction They both have their problems flaws and crippling self doubts but they also have their talents and their larger than life personalities Kat struggles with anxiety and has trouble stepping out of her comfort zone Meg has ADHD and her wandering mind and loud personality often seem to push people away from her But when the two are paired up on a science fair project and bond over their love of the same youtube gamer their friendship is what really makes the bookThere aren t enough books out there focusing on female friendships While there is a spot of romance in this one Kat and Meg are the stars and its their relationship that drives the plot They re just the perfect compliments to each other even if they sometimes get on each other s nerves Its a funny heart warming and very real book and definitely contains one of the best portrayals of anxiety I ve ever seen So what I m saying is YOU SHOULD ADD THIS BOOK TO YOUR TO READ LIST AND BUY IT AS SOON AS YOU CANPlease and thank youAimee

About the Author: Anna Priemaza

Anna Priemaza is a contemporary young adult author and a practicing family and immigration lawyer in Edmonton Alberta where she lives with her husband She can never uite remember how old she is as she knits like an old lady practices law like an adult fangirls over YouTubers like a teen and dreams like a childPlease note that this account does not accept friend reuests to prevent confli