#alaska (Hashtags & Heartbreaks Saga Book 1)

alaska Hashtags Heartbreaks Saga Book We don t always have to travel thousands of miles away from home to find ourselves but sometimes Sometimes all we need is to put our gadgets on the shelf and open our eyes to what really goes on arou

  • Title: #alaska (Hashtags & Heartbreaks Saga Book 1)
  • Author: Natali Grayling
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 367
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • #alaska (Hashtags & Heartbreaks Saga Book 1)

    We don t always have to travel thousands of miles away from home to find ourselves, but sometimes Sometimes all we need is to put our gadgets on the shelf and open our eyes to what really goes on around us Aaron Park says Alaska won t turn people into what they re not, and whoever thinks otherwise is delusional L na doesn t agree If Aaron is right, does that mean thaWe don t always have to travel thousands of miles away from home to find ourselves, but sometimes Sometimes all we need is to put our gadgets on the shelf and open our eyes to what really goes on around us Aaron Park says Alaska won t turn people into what they re not, and whoever thinks otherwise is delusional L na doesn t agree If Aaron is right, does that mean that she s always had the qualities she thinks she acquired in Alaska The decision is yours.

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    1. Nelou Keramati

      This book was a nugget of gold in a clear stream.I had the pleasure of meeting the author through Instagram and was very eager to read her book after having followed her quirky and thoughtful posts. I was delighted to find Instagram was also what sparked the protagonist's desire to embark on an unlikely journey!First, the characters:Few, but fleshed out. The protagonist, Lena, is quite unlike anyone else I have ever read. She is a fire-cracker, hot-headed, blunt, short-fused, honest, demanding, [...]

    2. Christina

      "We, people, are so engaged in climbing up every ladder that we tend to forget how easy it is to fall down." This book is the debut novel from Natali Grayling. I have been following the author on instagram for a few months and seeing her passion for her creation really intrigued me. I wanted to know more about the book and as I continued to see her updates the book became more interesting to me. The setting is Alaska, a place I feel has true beauty and would love to see someday. Then the author [...]

    3. Julia Blake

      I read this book purely to help out a fellow struggling author I'd encountered on Instagram. Knowing nothing about what kind of writer she was or even what the book was about, I purchased a copy and read it, not really expecting much. Boy, was I pleasantly surprised. #alaska is a brittle, brash, punchy, modern roller coaster of a read, that take us on a journey that is as much emotional and spiritual as it is physical, from Hungary to Alaska and back again. The main protagonist, Lena Szabo, is a [...]

    4. Martha Sweeney

      I thoroughly enjoy reading stories written by authors who aren't from the same country as I. There's so much to learn; cultural differences, ways of living, and perspectives, are just a few reasons why. Learning how parts of the American culture influence other's (like the arts rather than politics) connects me with the author and the story so much more. I'm sad to say that non-American music does not have the same influence unless someone in our own families, who lived outside of the States at [...]

    5. Twinkle K

      #Alaska by Natalie grayling I was given this book by the author in exchange of an honest review. (On Instagram) First of all i adore the name of the book #alaska, its super cute! The author is Hungarian and we can find that in her writing as many things are said in Hungarian which are obviously translated This book is about a girl, Lena, who has a dream to visit Alaska and she makes her dream come true. Lena's Personality was bit bubbly, she use to babble a lot but i guess that's kinda nice, i m [...]

    6. Mitzi

      I cannot tell you how much I adored this book and absorbed it within two days. I caught myself holding my breath and when I did let go, tears rolled down my cheek. Natali's book touched me in ways I am not sure I understand. I think relateable in some ways because my precious teenage daughter had her heart broken 2 years ago by a boy and Instagram played out in an ugly way by his friends at school. She had a hard time pushing through that first awful heartbreak, and still has moments today of th [...]

    7. Phaniee

      I'm grateful to Natali Grayling, because I received this book as a "gift". When I started to read the foreword I knew that I will love this book, it's in english but it's sooo hungarian, especially the feelings. I think we are almost the same age and your words just dig into me. :)In a jiff I was Léna Szabó flying to Alaska. I thought that it will be some plot twist but a fiancé wow, and I loved that the creepy guy became a loved one, and I was sad that the 2 weeks was over and Aaron didn't s [...]

    8. Jackie Johnson

      Absolutely incredible that English isn't Natali's first language. My favorite part of the book was the prologue, where she describes her love affair with the English Language. I struggled to identify with the main character, only because I couldn't be more opposite in personality. Every decision Lèna made in reaction to a situation would have been completely different to how I would have reacted. That said, I do like how anti-fairy tale this story was and yet how optimistic Lèna remained about [...]

    9. Mikel Tadeje

      The plot revolves around Léna; a character so deeply like me that I choose to believe, was the reason why it was difficult to pursue reading the story, it was as though I was about to find out what the end of my story would have been—had I decided to follow my heart and wander about this world of ours. Yes, I am 18 and already legal. But if you aren't a Filipino/a you wouldn't understand the struggle, or maybe you do, cheers to being tied to the family tree then

    10. R.K. Ryde

      I thoroughly enjoyed reading this debut novel from Natali Grayling. The way the story was told was is if I was there with her, chatting around a campfire and listening to her tale. This is a heart warming story and a must read for any dog lover.

    11. Melka Stansah

      This book was a wonderful harmony to me. I had everything that I needed from this book and all of the themes were beautifull presented. Adventure to find love, checked. Heartbreaking yet intriguing romance, checked. Great sense of humor and refreshing, checked. To read a well-written story that love can be found under extraordinary circumstances and in extraordinary places was truly inspiring. And I can't wait for the sequel!

    12. Luis F.

      #Alaska is a both a great read, and a fantastic representation of our modern age. I enjoyed following the journey of Lena Szabo, the book's Hungarian main character, and seeing her develop throughout her story. From the outset, when her heart is set on going to Alaska to surprise a boy she had been talking to online for months, down to her finally arriving and all the events that transpire afterwards, this tale proves itself exciting. Although the explicit language was at times a little too much [...]

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