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  1. says:

    I really really loved this book It is one of those books I could not stop thinking about every time I had to put it down Such a fabulous contemporary that I would highly recommend Tash Hearts Tolstoy features a ton of uniue elements we aren't normally exposed to in YA as well as featuring diverse characters Romantic ase

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    35 starsTash is asexual but you know what? That is not all this book is aboutThe representation is done well And I don’t mind books that discuss a person’s sexual orientation or in this case lack of sexual desire for people in

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    Ooh this was such a cutely great book about internet fame Of course obviously I read it in order to glean tips so I too can get like 50000 followers over night Did I get any good tips? HAHAHA HHAHA HAHAHA No But yet the book was absolutely adorable and funny and sweet so that at least saves things It also features an asexual protagonist And also a lot of Russian literature #NiceAlso I have to admit I'm not hu

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    I know we’re not even all of the way through the first month of 2018 but DAMN this has already been a fantastic year for me in booksI was a little nervous to start Tash Hearts Tolstoy because none of my close friends had read it yet and I didn’t have any strong recommendations or endorsements to go off of Also I have yet to re

  5. says:

    there were a lot of things about this book that were super dope asexual representation most of all like seriously when do we EVER g

  6. says:

    Okay yes but what now? How am I supposed to go on with my life with no Tash Paul Jack and Unhappy Families? It'

  7. says:

    this was a cute lighthearted book not much really happened plot wise as it mainly focused on tashs reaction to her new found fame wh

  8. says:

    I’m honestly super torn over how I feel about this story It was cute had great ace rep and talked about the amazing INTERNET but it was also slow almost kind of boring and just ?? I DON’T KNOW Something huge was missing for me but I really don’t know WHATL I K E S ACE REP There is DEFINITELY not enough ace rep in YA and it was so refreshing to read a book with that I feel like it was done very well tho I can’t speak from experien

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    45 Tash Hearts Tolsto

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    Edit based on reread 61417 YES 45 stars TASH HEARTS TOLSTOY is an incredible fluffy addition to YA that I know many readers that love SIMON VS or ANNA AND THE FRENCH KISS will fall in love with This book features a cast of realistic characters that you'll adore in some parts and relate to in others Tash our main character

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FREE DOWNLOAD ´ JIMFORD.CO.UK ä Kathryn Ormsbee

After a shout out from one of the Internet’s superstar vloggers Natasha “Tash” Zelenka finds herself and her obscure amateur web series Unhappy Families thrust into the limelight She’s gone viralHer show is a modern adaptation of Anna Karenina written by Tash’s literary lo. I really really loved this book It is one of those books I could not stop thinking about every time I had to put it down Such a fabulous contemporary that I would highly recommend Tash Hearts Tolstoy features a ton of uniue elements we aren t normally exposed to in YA as well as featuring diverse characters Romantic asexual main character mm relationship MC is a vegetarian seriously why do we not have vegetarianvegan main characters MC is a Buddhist was not expecting this but happy to see a different religion included Follows a Czech family this was particularly interesting for me because I feel we rarely see explicit cultural values from European countries in YA Unexpected pregnancy in the family Parent suffering from cancerRecently I reviewed a book critiuing how it represented creators on Youtube commenting how most books featuring main characters who are YouTubers are extremely shallow and do not fully delve into the lives of creators Tash Hearts Tolstoy is the only book I ve read so far that portrays YouTubers to a T As this book follows Tash and her friends creating a web series they talk of things like filminguploading schedules scripting editing doing multiple takes set design continuity issues and ESPECIALLY the time spent interacting on social mediaresponding to emails They also address online criticism vs haterstrolls the need to unplug and the stressesfears of having an online following Despite that it follows a channel that goes semi viral it stays realistic in the respect that they don t have millions upon millions of views and new followers overnight They make jokes of internet fame but still stay rational with their recent bump in viewership and I was so happy it wasn t over exaggerated I was just really really pleased with the way this book approached having an online following and as of now I d consider it the best YA book featuring an internet famous main characterI did originally pick this book up for the fact that it includes an asexual main character and I wasn t disappointed I ve read two other books with characters on the ace spectrum and I feel Tash Hearts Tolstoy was the most comprehensive We are exposed to Tash s journey of discovering there is something different about her identity doing online research coming out to her friends addressing how she s come out to her friends and what I found most valuable her dissecting her own insecurities related to her sexuality Although it s not necessarily a novel focused on her sexuality her being on the ace spectrum is an integral part of the story and I was extremely satisfied with the execution I feel it also did a good job of expressing how ace folk are not a monolith and everyone expresses their sexuality in a different way As a note there is some aphobia in the novel but I feel it is definitely not condoned and included as a way to debunk some common incorrect remarks about people on the ace spectrum I also believe this is a really strong book when it comes to accurately portraying teenagers Each character has their own goals and aspirations their own interests and vices They are now involved in a project with a ton of new online attention but they re still just teens They eat ice cream they have pool parties they stay up all night watching movies and having completely pointless conversations It brought me back to my own teenage years and I felt it was a very real portrayal of teens during summer vacationThere are just a few small things I didn t like about this bookview spoiler I had a big issue with the argument between TashPaul I felt it was extremely unfair on Tash s part She blatantly projected her own insecurities onto a friend that had recently confided in her and placed a lot of words in his mouth that he never even suggested There are points where it s addressed that it WAS unfair but I can still be upset at it I honestly didn t find a lot of flaws in Tash previously but it was a decent blow to her character to see her treat a close friend so badly hide spoiler

SUMMARY Tash Hearts Tolstoy

Tash Hearts Tolstoy

Ve Count Lev Nikolayevich “Leo” Tolstoy Tash is a fan of the forty thousand new subscribers their gushing tweets and flashy Tumblr GIFs Not so much the pressure to deliver the best web series everAnd when Unhappy Families is nominated for a Golden Tuba award Tash’s cyber flirt. Okay yes but what now How am I supposed to go on with my life with no Tash Paul Jack and Unhappy Families It s a serious uestion I m telling youIt was only my second book with an ace MC and fuck give me I m 100% there for this contentFirst thing you need to know about me I m a real Anna Karenina trash Like if you could see the way my first copy looks right now you d feel horrible for it and probably would want to sue me My copy looks like it has been read way too many times like I threw it in my bag without even caring like I ve dog eared almost every page So yes Leo Tolstoy is an author I deeply admire and Tash was just so me She loved Anna Karenina as much as me and it was nice really nice to read aboutIt may sounds weird to you but both Tash and I loving this book made me feel like I had a connection with her and I automatically loved Tash Hearts Tolstoy I immediately knew I would end up being obsessed with it like I am now and that I would love every single character except one who can go to hell I don t care Like want to know what the first paragraph of Chapter One is This first paragraph was written for me I m telling you I didn t need to know to love this book That s how it worked Here is the first thing you should know about me I Tash Zelenka am in love with Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy That is his official name but since he and I are so close I get to call him LeoTash is probably one of the characters I identified the most with Except for the fact she s asexual and I m bi I have a really hard time trying to find something we don t have in commonShe s clearly suffering from the younger child syndrome not confident enough in her capacities think her sister is prettier and smarter than her think she s not taken seriously keep everything to herselfShe s afraid of what s to come and I know she didn t explicitly said it but she is when someone says to her face that she s not good enough to go to her 1 College it feels like a punch in her stomach and she immediately starts thinking people don t have faith in her I guess I mean I always feel like I m waiting Waiting until I get older so people will finally take me seriously and I can do what I want And maybe it s accurate to say she s afraid of negativity because she s not good at dealing with it when she receives a really bad comment on Unhappy Families she starts thinking non stop about it until her brain absorbs it as the truth even though it s not Negativity doesn t do her any goodBut you know what She has every right to be afraid She s just starting to figure out her identity what it means to her to be romantic asexual And it s scary af It s a gift when you know from day one who you truly are when you don t have figure out your sexuality And at first she s confused everybody but her thinks she s aromantic asexual and it s not simple for to explain exactly how she feels But in the end she learned to stand up for herself and that was so beautiful I don t need any guy out there to tell me what I m feeling is real The only reason I told you is because I was trying to be honest with you Not because I want your opinion on whether I have legitimate emotions or not Some of the side characters were pretty amazing I m looking at you Paul my bae my sunshine my precious son and some were huge assholes Let s be honest I had no sympathy whatsoever for Klaudie Tash s big sister she was mean for the sake of being mean and wow she needed someone to hold up the mirror in front of her to see how bad she was I m glad this someone was TashThen there is Jack I m conflicted because she was a pain in my ass some people would call her a Ice ueen bitch but I have a sister who is the exact same who doesn t show her emotions and it doesn t mean she feels nothing But it s true that Jack wasn t afraid to say the harsh truthBut Paul is one of the main reasons I enjoyed this book so much seriously He s a constant presence in Tash s life always by her side and the way he makes her feel safe is just everything I have to admit I imagine as a human puppy because he s precious I also really enjoyed all the filming scenes probably because it s Tash s element and you can see how happy and proud she is of her webseries it s her very first love and will always be Sometimes I had the feeling Tash was invested in Unhappy Families than she was in her own life and yes I know this webseries is part of her life but it s not ALL there is And I m glad she realised it If it is true that there are as many minds as there are headsthen there are as many kinds of love as there are hearts LEO TOLSTOY Anna KareninaDo yourself a huge favour and read this bookPS if you haven t read Anna Karenina and maybe would like to read it after this book or just one day I have to tell you that THT spoils the end Now you know Around the Year in 52 books 201738 A novel inspired by a work of classic literature The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) know about me I m a real Anna Karenina trash Like if you could see the way my first copy looks right now you d feel horrible for it and probably would want to sue me My copy looks like it has been read way too many times like I threw it in my bag without even caring like I ve dog eared almost every page So yes Leo Tolstoy is an author I deeply admire and Tash was just so me She loved Anna Karenina as much as me and it was nice really nice to read aboutIt may sounds weird to you but both Tash and I loving this book made me feel like I had a connection with her and I automatically loved Tash Hearts Tolstoy I immediately The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, knew I would end up being obsessed with it like I am now and that I would love every single character except one who can go to hell I don t care Like want to Incubus know what the first paragraph of Chapter One is This first paragraph was written for me I m telling you I didn t need to The Sharpe Companion The Early Years know to love this book That s how it worked Here is the first thing you should Tantra y salchicha. La vía sabrosa al sexo sagrado know about me I Tash Zelenka am in love with Count Lev Nikolayevich Tolstoy That is his official name but since he and I are so close I get to call him LeoTash is probably one of the characters I identified the most with Except for the fact she s asexual and I m bi I have a really hard time trying to find something we don t have in commonShe s clearly suffering from the younger child syndrome not confident enough in her capacities think her sister is prettier and smarter than her think she s not taken seriously Textbook of Clinical Hemodynamics keep everything to herselfShe s afraid of what s to come and I Down and Out in Paris and London know what She has every right to be afraid She s just starting to figure out her identity what it means to her to be romantic asexual And it s scary af It s a gift when you PHP Pocket Reference kinds of love as there are hearts LEO TOLSTOY Anna KareninaDo yourself a huge favour and read this bookPS if you haven t read Anna Karenina and maybe would like to read it after this book or just one day I have to tell you that THT spoils the end Now you

FREE DOWNLOAD ´ JIMFORD.CO.UK ä Kathryn Ormsbee

Ation with Thom Causer a fellow award nominee suddenly has the potential to become something IRL if she can figure out how to tell said crush that she’s romantic asexualTash wants to enjoy her newfound fame but will she lose her friends in her rise to the top What would Tolstoy do. this was a cute lighthearted book not much really happened plot wise as it mainly focused on tashs reaction to her new found fame which felt like your pretty typical YA drama but the writing was fun and fresh and the characters were relatable which made for an easy read this was a buddy read with the lovely lola you can find her review here 35 stars