Still that Girl

Still that Girl[Read] ➮ Still that Girl Author Rebecca Dominick – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Katarina Anderson and her best friend, Abigail Dunham, are off for a summer vacation, visiting Katarina s grandparents Katarina s Granny knows exactly how to make vacations fun But the smallest thing Katarina Anderson and her best friend, Abigail Dunham, are off for a summer vacation, visiting Katarina s grandparents Katarina s Granny knows exactly how to make vacations fun But the smallest thing can change everythingeven something as small as a phone call Abigail proves what an amazing best friend she is by Still that PDF or always being there for Katarina, while all Katarina can think of is what could possibly go wrong next. Beautiful debut This young author tackles the intricacies of suffering and loss with wisdom and insight beyond her years It is inspirational, yet heartbreaking I found myself both crying and smiling while reading, which really demonstrates the power of a book Even though this is her first novel, Ms Dominick did not shy away from unique storytelling methods and instead formed a distinctive style I especially loved her use of flashbacks and inclusion of poetry and diary entries, which were a Beautiful debut This young author tackles the intricacies of suffering and loss with wisdom and insight beyond her years It is inspirational, yet heartbreaking I found myself both crying and smiling while reading, which really demonstrates the power of a book Even though this is her first novel, Ms Dominick did not shy away from unique storytelling methods and instead formed a distinctive style I especially loved her use of flashbacks and inclusion of poetry and diary entries, which were all seamlessly woven throughout the novel On a similar note, the usage of a seemingly minor character who takes on greater meaning as the book progresses was a particular poetic and beautiful story arc I will remain vague to avoid spoilers, but it was one of my favorite parts of the book As far as characters go, Ms Dominick has tapped into the dynamics of multiple age groups with skill In particular, I found her presentation of young teenagers to be portrayed with accuracy and depth In a way, it felt like I was taking a trip down memory lane to a time when things were simpler Yet, at the same time, as I have a significant inner child, I could also relate I especially found the childlike joy of Katarina and her friend Abigail to be refreshing Yet the characters in particular the protagonist, Katarina undergo many changes throughout the novel The simplicity presented early on in STILL THAT GIRL serves as a contrast to the events that are soon to occur Character development was excellent, especially when showing the journey of Katarina Yet, as the title of the book attests, the entrance of pain and loss does not mean that you have to lose sight of who you are It instead may transform you anew, if you allow yourself to respond to it in a way conducive to healing If you allow yourself time, and if you allow yourself to lean on others and, most of all, on God Powerful message.I also loved how the beauty of family and friendship was highlighted Once again, that was a refreshing inclusion, especially in the context of modern society As a sidenote, I love how this novel connects to a song I listened to it before embarking on this literary journey, and it felt like the soundtrack to my reading Bravo Rebecca Dominick is certainly an author to watch Still That Girlis severely underrated It s really something else Something good else We enter into the world of Katarina and Abigail, two best friends in love with life Katarina, while still a bubbly young girl, has a morbid sense of death, as view spoiler her newborn brother died from SIDS hide spoiler Even so, she still regains a sense of happiness and wonder in the world, through the kindness of her sister Therese and the wisdom of her parents Then trouble in paradise ensues wStill That Girlis severely underrated It s really something else Something good else We enter into the world of Katarina and Abigail, two best friends in love with life Katarina, while still a bubbly young girl, has a morbid sense of death, as view spoiler her newborn brother died from SIDS hide spoiler Even so, she still regains a sense of happiness and wonder in the world, through the kindness of her sister Therese and the wisdom of her parents Then trouble in paradise ensues with the deaths of view spoiler Katarina s parents hide spoiler Katarina s sense of happiness and bliss is shattered and plunges into despair and death crawling in her line of vision She turns from God, blaming Him for taking away so many of her loved ones Abigail and Katarina s remaining family are helpless as they watch her spiral into a series of depression and grief that lasts for years It is simply a shining narrative of true friendship and yes, if you met Rebecca Dominick, she is a true friend as someone s world is falling apart and one is trapped in the rubble of what once was The only thing that concerned me was when Liam told Katarina that she was being selfish with her behavior Katarina suffered from depression and needed psychological help That is no way selfish Other than that, it was a flawless debut that even incorporated romance with Katarina s sister Nettie and the boy next door It was good to see them flourish as time went on With so many layers of internal conflict, friendship, romance, and prevalence of Catholicism, this is definitely worth your time There s so much good about this beautiful book.Tragedy and loss as experienced by a sensitive young teenager was tackled very well the writing was a delight to read the characters fresh and wholesome and the entire book one which made cry in some parts, laugh in others There was such a strong message about love, forgiveness and the importance of friends and family It would be impossible to recommend this book too much It was awespiring and simply beautiful.

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  • 368 pages
  • Still that Girl
  • Rebecca Dominick
  • 19 October 2019
  • 0692347410