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  • Paperback
  • 368
  • Fans of the Impossible Life
  • Kate Scelsa
  • Spanish
  • 09 September 2017
  • 9788415594703

10 thoughts on “Fans of the Impossible Life

  1. says:

    Sooo many emotions right now humans SO MANY EMOTIONS I thought this was going to be a solid 5 star read but there

  2. says:

    I LOVE the first line of that synopsis This is the story of a girl her gay best friend and the boy in love with both of them enough that I'm going to ignore how not interested I am in the rest of it because BISEXUAL LOVE TRIANGLE MAYBE

  3. says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to HarperCollins and Edelweiss “This felt a little dangerous this interest in other people It meant that there was something that I needed or at least wanted It seemed to demand some kind of action on my part and I had no idea what was suppos

  4. says:

    Nope not a fan I liked all of the characters but I just really I mean REALLY disliked the writing style On top of being dull it felt disjointed and awkward Also there are three different POV's and three different tenses of writing for each uh no Unfortunately this just wasn't the book for me

  5. says:

    The book is fucked up in all the right places and I need to process all the fuckery because hot damn Review to come 'This

  6. says:

    25 starsI originally rated this a 35 but had to drop my rating after I thought about all the problems I had with it More extensive thoughts will be on my channel and blog

  7. says:

    I had such high hopes for Fans of the Impossible Life the tag line The story of a girl her gay best friend and the boy who falls in love with both of them caught my attention the moment I saw it and I was expecting some kind of epic bisexual

  8. says:

    I received an Advance Reader Copy from the publisher via NetGalley This in no way impacted on my viewWell that was disappointing Like most people I was originally drawn in by the first line of the synopsis ' This is the story of a girl her gay best friend and the boy in love with both of them' However the romance was not b

  9. says:

    A seriously affecting to me anyway YA novel about three high schoolers' messy and intertwined lives biracial Mira who struggles with depression gay or bisexual identification in progress Jeremy who's targeted for bullying because of his gay dads and gay or homoromanticbisexual unclear foster kid and drug user Sebby who met Mira while they were both in inpatient mental health treatment I can't help but interpre

  10. says:

    So much love for this book Drag ueens mental illness some seriously witty dialogue a PoC lead and ueer characters galore this book is a must But what I love most about Fans is that it isn't afraid to turn brutal and to thrust its characters especially Sebby into a harsh light I went from laughing out loud on an airplane in the beginning of the novel to hurting for all of the characters by the end Side note I'm really con

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Kate Scelsa Å 7 review

Fans of the Impossible Life

Idamente de él Esa atracción lo llevará a sumergirse de lleno en el mundo secreto ue Mira y Sebby se han construído a medida para protegerse de los ue no entienden su anhelo de vivir de alcanzar sus sueños por imposibles ue parezca. I had such high hopes for Fans of the Impossible Life the tag line The story of a girl her gay best friend and the boy who falls in love with both of them caught my attention the moment I saw it and I was expecting some kind of epic bisexual love triangle or possibly even a relationship that developed between all three main characters I m not usually a fan of love triangles but I would definitely put my irritation to one side for a story like that Unfortunately that isn t what this story is about so I ended up feeling incredibly disappointed I don t think that s necessarily the author s fault but whoever was in charge of writing that marketing tag line definitely did the book a disservice Hopefully if you go into it without that same expectation you ll end up enjoying the story much than I didThis book is told from three different points of view which should really allow us to get to know all of the main characters but for some reason I never really connected with any of them The POVs of Mira and Jeremy weren t too bad but the way Sebby s sections were written was completely jarring and the left me feeling completely disconnected from anything that happened to him His POV should have been the one that moved me most he was really going through some very tough times but I felt so distanced from him that I didn t even come to like him that much and I struggled to see why both Mira and Jeremy were so drawn to him He was supposed to be the brightest character someone they both adored but I just didn t feel itI didn t really believe in the romance either which was incredibly disappointing The most realistic relationship was the friendship that developed between Mira and Jeremy I really felt like they cared about each other and were there for each other but I didn t feel any chemistry or romantic love between them Sebby was a bit too distant and the way he kept so many secrets and held the others at arms length just didn t work for me There was also one particular scene between the three of them possibly the scene that was inspiration for the tag line that made me feel really uncomfortable it never uite felt that all three of them were on board with what was happening and it seemed like their actions sprung from too much alcohol rather than any real desire they felt I was also uncomfortable about the actions of a certain teacher he doesn t exactly do anything wrong but he definitely oversteps boundaries and I was extremely upset by the way things played out when they turned to him for help with a major problem they were having It felt a bit like it was sending a message to teenagers saying that going to an adult for help is just going to make matters worse so you re best off keeping silent and I don t think that s a helpful message to giveI have to give Kate Scelsa kudos for having such a diverse cast of characters though and she really does touch on some difficult issues We get some interesting insights into drug addiction living in foster care coping with mental health issues coming from a mixed race family having two gay parents and even uestioning your own sexuality and I definitely enjoyed that about the story Unfortunately the rest of the story fell flat and it didn t really feel like any of them had achieved much by the end of the book I was hoping to see them grow up and become comfortable in their own skins but I was left feeling that they were right back where they started only this time they had become codependent on each other for their survivalThoughts before reading The story of a girl her gay best friend and the boy who falls in love with both of them It only took one line of that blurb now I HAVE to read this

Read Ø eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB Å Kate Scelsa

Mira va a empezar de cero en un nuevo instituto justo un año después de ue su gran aventura acabara en el hospital Ha prometido a sus padres ue se va a comportar como una persona normalSebby parece llevar la luz del sol allá donde va. I LOVE the first line of that synopsis This is the story of a girl her gay best friend and the boy in love with both of them enough that I m going to ignore how not interested I am in the rest of it because BISEXUAL LOVE TRIANGLE MAYBE

review Fans of the Impossible Life

Es el mejor amigo de Mira Juntos dibujan un mundo de rituales mágicos y viajes improvisados diseñados para reparar las partes rotas de sus vidasJeremy es un tímido estudiante de arte Cuando ve a Sebby por primera vez se enamora perd. The book is fucked up in all the right places and I need to process all the fuckery because hot damn Review to come This is the story of a girl her gay best friend and the boy in love with both of them I don t want to read below that line to know that I really really REALLY want to read Fans of the Impossible LifePlease be good


About the Author: Kate Scelsa

Kate is a writer who grew up in New Jersey and now lives in Brooklyn with her wife and two black cats Kate's debut novel Fans of the Impossible Life was a Fall 2015 Indie Next pick a Junior Library Guild pick a 2016 Rainbow List Top Ten Pick received a starred review in Publishers Weekly and has been published in ten languages Kate is a 201617 New Georges Audrey resident a Lambda Literar