(The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1)) PDF/EPUB É A.K. Mills


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    (The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1)) PDF/EPUB É A.K. Mills If only I could go back and do things differently Who hasn’t said that in their life? Chances are high that EVERYONE has said that at one time or another Yes because hindsight is 2020 and if we all knew what bad choices we could get away with and which once we couldn’t well that would be pretty awesome but that is not reality ❝ Act first Think never Remember nothing❞Sounds like a pretty selfish mentality if yo

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    (The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1)) PDF/EPUB É A.K. Mills Free read Ô PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook õ A.K. Mills A.K. Mills õ 4 Free read ✳✳ Copy provided by the authorpublisher for an honest reviewThe Part I Remember is a story based on sorrow and regret It would serve as a great cautionary tale for young adults who are reckless and in need of help The book is well written A young reckless adult is exactly what Kelly is throughout this journey Her choices are self involved and always easily justifiable by her There is no grand story in this book; that's not it's purpos

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    (The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1)) PDF/EPUB É A.K. Mills WHAT I LIKED With both YA and NA it's a fine line between reminiscing about our youth and talking down to the reader I think NA readers want to be talked down to even less than YA because they ARE adults So while I liked the handling of addiction as presented in the text I'm not sure it will resonate with the author's intended audience You

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    (The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1)) PDF/EPUB É A.K. Mills YA story about regret and accountability I am not sure if the end was satisfying enough for the trouble that was caused I would have liked to see remorse and accountability Reinforces the I am invincible attitude of YA Sad but eyeopening

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    (The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1)) PDF/EPUB É A.K. Mills Let's talk about Kelly the girl who can't help but fuck upKelly has always been a wild spirit Why? Well no one actually knows why She

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    (The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1)) PDF/EPUB É A.K. Mills I like the premise of The Parts I Remember It is sort of a cautionary tale about what not to do in college It's told in flashbacks a writing style that I really enjoy I like it when main characters recount previous actions w

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The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1) Read & Download ☆ 4 Kless ways get her into serious trouble The only problem is she can't remember what happenedAs she hovers along the edge of consciousness Kelly forces herself to think past her pain to piece together the shards of her life This is her story told in her words The Parts I Rememb. I like the premise of The Parts I Remember It is sort of a cautionary tale about what not to do in college It s told in flashbacks a writing style that I really enjoy I like it when main characters recount previous actions with the wisdom of experience knowing that they would have made different choices if they knew then what they know now Kelly s story starts with a car accident She wakes up in the hospital and has no idea how she got there or what happened As Kelly thinks back to what she does remember the book goes back in time to the beginning of her freshman year in college I was your stereotypical good girl in college like Kelly s obnoxious religious roommate Angela than wild child Kelly So I had a hard time understanding some of Kelly s choices To drink to the point of blacking out is foreign to me I ve only had a few drinks in my life and wasn t impressed with the ones I had Maybe I was doing something wrong Anyway Kelly was an enigma to me To not have any direction in your college career to just be there to have fun and get drunkhigh all the time is inconceivable Kelly had a lot of casual sex as well as the drinking and drug use I know that this happens all the time now and I am probably considered a prude in fact I have been called as such here on this blog but I just hate reading about casual sex To take something so meaningful and intimate and make it so casual makes me sad I had a hard time connecting with Kelly because of these issues She took so so long to finally learn from her many bad experiences that by the time she did change I was emotionally distanced from her I think The Parts I Remember was a good read and would definitely recommend it It is a new adult book and would be a great for anyone about to go into college The Parts I Remember was very powerful and emotionally charged I liked the ending and that Kelly finally learns from her actions I liked Mills writing style and would definitely read her work again

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The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1) Read & Download ☆ 4 Act first Think never Remember nothingWelcome to Kelly Rockport’s existence at Haysville University where responsibility is just an elective After all fake IDs alter egos and one night stands are all part of the college experience right So what if she blacks out from time to. If only I could go back and do things differently Who hasn t said that in their life Chances are high that EVERYONE has said that at one time or another Yes because hindsight is 2020 and if we all knew what bad choices we could get away with and which once we couldn t well that would be pretty awesome but that is not reality Act first Think never Remember nothing Sounds like a pretty selfish mentality if you ask me That is how Kelly Rockport lives her life in the right now She is a loose cannon with no regard to any of the potentially devastating conseuences to her numerous poor decisionsTHE PARTS I REMEMBER is an excellent tale of caution and would definitely recommend this book to older teenagers and twenty somethings that may be headed down the wrong path Through a series of flashbacks we learn how Kelly began living her life with reckless abandon and it s not a pretty tale Kelly s first three years of college were basically a blur of booze boys and drugs She successfully skated through promiscuous encounters unprotected sex with God only knows how many boys night after night of blackout drunkenness and let s not forget the drugs but through it all somehow she managed to escape facing any real conseuences for her actions lucky her THE PARTS I REMEMBER begins when Kelly s luck finally runs out When I say the repercussions for her actions were devastating times ten well that is perhaps a major understatement Yet another reason to make sure the choices you are making today are ones you can live with tomorrowI experienced a number of emotions while reading this book I was a bit nostalgic remembering my college years suffice it to say my college experience was nothing like Kelly s but I had my fun I was angry angry to think anyone could be so reckless with their life and the lives of others I was sad for Kelly Although she never really made any attempts to better her life I was sad that she got sucked into the downward spiral and no one did anything about either because they were oblivious how I don t know or they enabled her wild child behavior But ultimately Kelly was responsible for her own destinyNew author AK Mills makes an excellent debut with her first novel THE PARTS I REMEMBER I am really looking forward to reading her work again in the future perhaps a story about the hopefully reformed wild child that is Kelly Rockport Copy provided by the authorpublisher for an honest review Reviewed on I Bookie Nookie ReviewsIf you like this type of book you might enjoy one of these groups Check us outMenage ReadersErotic EnchantsBookie Nookie s Erotic Lending Group Big Red Machine How the Liberal Party Dominates Canadian Politics to Kelly Rockport’s existence at Haysville University where responsibility is just an elective After all fake IDs alter egos and one night stands are all part of The Gift of Peace the college experience right So what if she blacks out from Blood and Chocolate time Plant and Animal Biology Units 6 and 7 to. If only I could go back and do Cut Out for Love things differently Who hasn On Conspiracies t said Hosts of Living Forms that in Extraordinary Popular Delusions and the Madness of Crowds their life Chances are high The State as a Work of Art that EVERYONE has said Just One Look that at one Wage-Labour and Capital & Value, Price and Profit time or another Yes because hindsight is 2020 and if we all knew what bad choices we could get away with and which once we couldn Sirah Nabi Muhammad SAW t well Family Ties that would be pretty awesome but Chocolate Soup (Ledge Trabue #3) that is not reality Act first Think never Remember nothing Sounds like a pretty selfish mentality if you ask me That is how Kelly Rockport lives her life in The Secret Life of Oscar Wilde the right now She is a loose cannon with no regard The Life & Loves of Gable to any of Portrait of the Walrus by a Young Artist the potentially devastating conseuences Ghost House Revenge to her numerous poor decisionsTHE PARTS I REMEMBER is an excellent Consigue ue tu hijo sea bilingĂŒe tale of caution and would definitely recommend Womens Studies Quarterly (94 this book Extravagant Kiss to older Winter Blossom teenagers and Sea Changes twenty somethings The Amazing Cynicalman that may be headed down The Suppression of Salt of the Earth: How Hollywood, Big Labor and Politicians Blacklisted a Movie in Cold War America the wrong path Through a series of flashbacks we learn how Kelly began living her life with reckless abandon and it s not a pretty The Great American Stickup tale Kelly s first If You're a Girl SemiotexteNative Agents three years of college were basically a blur of booze boys and drugs She successfully skated The Tiger Cruise through promiscuous encounters unprotected sex with God only knows how many boys night after night of blackout drunkenness and let s not forget The Lock And Key Library: The Most Interesting Stories of All Nations the drugs but Criss Cross through it all somehow she managed Action Philosophers Giant Sized Thing Vol 1 to escape facing any real conseuences for her actions lucky her THE PARTS I REMEMBER begins when Kelly s luck finally runs out When I say Managing Software Debt the repercussions for her actions were devastating A curious herbal, containing five hundred cuts, of the most useful plants, which are now used in the practice of physick. Engraved on folio copper plates, after drawings taken from the life. times Among the Great Apes ten well Sail and Rig Tuning that is perhaps a major understatement Yet another reason History of Modern Europe to make sure A political history of modern Europe from the reformation to the present day the choices you are making L'engrenage: MĂ©moires D'un Trader today are ones you can live with Hybrid Church tomorrowI experienced a number of emotions while reading Pearls Blows Up this book I was a bit nostalgic remembering my college years suffice it Dinosaurs, Diamonds and Democracy to Sprinting Backwards to God think anyone could be so reckless with The Last Loon the lives of others I was sad for Kelly Although she never really made any attempts A Treasury of Civil War Stories to better her life I was sad Villeneuve that she got sucked into Naked Poetry Recent American Poetry in Open Forms the downward spiral and no one did anything about either because The Body Electric: America's Best Poetry from The American Poetry Review they were oblivious how I don Shaving t know or Essentials of Myers-Briggs Type Indicator Assessment (Essentials of Psychological Assessment) they enabled her wild child behavior But ultimately Kelly was responsible for her own destinyNew author AK Mills makes an excellent debut with her first novel THE PARTS I REMEMBER I am really looking forward Beside Ourselves: Our Hidden Personality in Everyday Life to reading her work again in La pienezza dell'uomo. Una cristofania the future perhaps a story about For Mom the hopefully reformed wild child Babys Very First Noisy Book that is Kelly Rockport Copy provided by To Taste the Wine the authorpublisher for an honest review Reviewed on I Bookie Nookie ReviewsIf you like In Daddys Shoes this Victoriana: Histories, Fictions, Criticism type of book you might enjoy one of The Cadence of Gypsies The FIG Mysteries Book 1 these groups Check us outMenage ReadersErotic EnchantsBookie Nookie s Erotic Lending Group

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The Parts I Remember (The Parts I Remember, #1) Read & Download ☆ 4 Time Memory is overratedWhen freshman year lasts about as long as a one night stand and is uickly followed by the Year of the Blackout Kelly projects junior year to be nothing shy of amazing But as shots beer cocaine and men mesh together in an intoxicating haze Kelly’s rec. WHAT I LIKED With both YA and NA it s a fine line between reminiscing about our youth and talking down to the reader I think NA readers want to be talked down to even less than YA because they ARE adults So while I liked the handling of addiction as presented in the text I m not sure it will resonate with the author s intended audience You can t reach teens and older adolescents by talking at them For me this screamed this book is here to teach you a lesson which is about as effective as a when I was your age story At least with the teens I counsel there tends to be a lot of eye rolling involved in such tales I think it would be effective to an older audience though So it s a like for grownup me because well I molder The ending I m going to do my best to avoid spoilers and keep this vague It was a like not a love because I think we missed watching a huge chunk of the latter half of the story arc play out on the page I liked the ending As a writer I wasn t crazy about how the narration got us there Authentic portrayal of the pathway to addiction The author obviously did her research where the drug related themes are concerned As a clinician I could nitpick at parts of it but for the intended purpose of fiction she did a great job of presenting the MC s journey in a realistic way WHAT I LOVEDLet s start with the most superficial aspect I love the cover of this book I ve seen a lot of self pubbed and indie books with craptastic covers This for me was perfect It s pretty It s provocative And it actually makes sense for the story Loved it The pace during scenesdialogue When we were in the moment with the MC and a scene was playing out on the page the pace and dialogue were fantastic I really really wanted scenes throughout the book because they were far and away my favorite part The topic Obviously alcohol tobacco and other drugs are sort of my thing Not in that way You know what I mean people So when the author contacted me regarding reviewing her book I couldn t want to start the read I think substance abuse and risk behaviors in general are an obvious choice for new adult content This is the sort of thing 18 25 year olds are dealing with on a day to day basis So is this story relatable to the target audience in terms of theme Absolutely The first chapter Really and truly it was the strongest part of the read for me I read it before agreeing to review the title and I was instantly hooked Good example of a strong first chapter in this genre WHAT I WANTED MORE OFMore factually responsible handling of risk behaviors Oh Em gee holy spreading of false information Batman Of course you can get an STID from swallowing Like with YA I think that NA writers have a social responsibility to their readers in that their readers are young and tend to interpret some parts of fiction as fact There are some great blog posts on this subject so I won t spend a lot of time on it but even if you re presenting a first person narrative where the narrator may be a couple fries short of a happy meal it s important that the reader understand that if the narrator is thinking something that is wrong that the writer doesn t believe the character is right More diplomatic and factually accurate handling of faith themes Even though I gave up Catholicism for Lent about twenty years ago I found myself bristling at some of the anti Catholic rhetoric I sincerely think maybe the author had Catholicism confused with another branch of Christianity I know very few Catholics who don t enjoy a nice adult beverage or ten and growing up I was never encouraged to witness to people My family s church had a Halloween costume party every year when I was growing up complete with a haunted house I m pretty sure my parents have pictures of me and one of our priests dressed up like a vampire Not only was the author s presentation of the MC s dorm roommate stereotypical she got the stereotype wrong Seriously I m not even Catholic any and I was offended Scenes played out on screen For me there was a ton of backstory following the prologue In particular I would have loved to see some of the scenes with the roomie play out on screen Instead we re just told these things as narrative which is not the exciting part of a novel for me As a reader I m much engaged by being shown what happened rather than told about it in a this happened and then this happened format which was how I felt a lot of the story was told Stronger character execution I was still struggling to find redeeming ualities in the MC in Chapter 12 Given the story as a whole I think maybe the part of that was that the author had an intended message that the MC s behavior was bad But the reality is that kids who do drugs and drink and act reckless are humans They re not all bad They re definitely not all good but they re not all bad either I had a hard time relating with the MC and as a conseuence I had a hard time caring what happened to her Short story long I think for an adult reader this is a great read For a teen reader it may be ill advised due to some stereotyping and inaccuracies For a new adult reader I think it could go either way It has it s strengths and weaknesses and for me they were pretty evenly matched