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    read Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz download Î eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Adrienne Stoltz Adrienne Stoltz ✓ 3 read & download Ok ok I think I loved it But I'm not sure This was just very You know the movie Inception? Yeah kinda like that I'm so lost yet I love it I thinkFor one thing Lucid is a book that makes you think You have to piece every single moment together to begin to understand what just happened And this is what you will see yourself doing after you turn the last page Then you will want to immediately read it again in a new light so you can grasp the

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    Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz E–book/E–pub Adrienne Stoltz ✓ 3 read & download read Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz Rating 35 StarsForget everything you've been told about Lucid Everything I'd be hard pressed to come up with a title of a novel I've been mislead by and not in a good way Lucid promises to be an original mind boggling and paranormal tale of two girls who can't discern their reality from their dreams much like what happens to Leonardo DiCaprio's wife in Inception Lucid I have to admit certainly delivers on this front bu

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    download Î eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Adrienne Stoltz Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz E–book/E–pub 45 starsLucid is one of the most mind boggling books I have come across in a long time it kept me guessing until the very end and even when I finished the last page and closed my book I was still unsure about what had gone on Despite

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    Adrienne Stoltz ✓ 3 read & download Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz E–book/E–pub 15 stars and I'm being merciful here Maybe there were things I missed because I skimmed through most of the book but it was impossible NOT to skim I really did not give a crap about any of the characters especially Sloane who annoyed me to the point where I wanted to break a kitten's neck I mean goddamn everything in this book was so ridiculous especially the boy craziness and guuuuuuuurl was there a lot of tha

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    download Î eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Adrienne Stoltz Adrienne Stoltz ✓ 3 read & download Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz E–book/E–pub I open my eyes I'm still smiling MIND BLOWN That's how I feel right now And if I'm honest half the time I felt like I was trippingIt has been a long while since I've cried confused tears because of a book Because I don't know if they were happy or sad or just a mixture of bothI cried for Maggie and I cried for Sloane and in the end I still didn't know who I was crying for reallyHalfway through this my biggest

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    Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz E–book/E–pub When Maggie goes to sleep at night she dreams the life of another girl And when that girl goes to sleep at night Sloan dreams of Ma

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    Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz E–book/E–pub Adrienne Stoltz ✓ 3 read & download download Î eBook or Kindle ePUB ✓ Adrienne Stoltz I think I liked the idea much than I liked the book itself It was just too contemporary and focused on boy troubles for my taste The last part however was a game changer and it totally made me sobSo I'm officially torn

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    read Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz E–book/E–pub Adrienne Stoltz ✓ 3 read & download Sloane and Maggie are two complely different girls with the same full name Maggie has dark hair and lives in New York working as an actress Her

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  • Paperback
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  • Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz
  • Adrienne Stoltz
  • English
  • 02 April 2020
  • 9781595146366

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Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz review å eBook or Kindle ePUB Choose one life to wake up to or risk spiralling into insanity But for one girl that means giving up everything her life her perfect love herself just when she finally has something worth holding on. When Maggie goes to sleep at night she dreams the life of another girl And when that girl goes to sleep at night Sloan dreams of Maggie s lifeMaggie is a girl living in New York an actress trying to live her dreams while taking care of her little sister because their mother is never around and their father died years agoSloane is a girl living in a small town with loving parents a younger and older brother trying to find love while dealing with the death of her best friend over a year ago Both of these girls are desperate for love and deal with their own uniue problems and issues They re also both bitches Sloane is a brat who cares about the hot mysterious every girl in school wants him new boy James than her best friend and family She can t think straight when he s around frankly I don t think she thinks straight at all and blows off her family and best friend every chance she gets just to be with himMaggie was alright at first She had a smart mouth and could take care of herself including her little sister But the two girls perspectives began to blend into the other which might have been the point and she became just as bitchy and thoughtless as Sloane Her logic was that every girl who even talked to her man was obviously a skank and therefore wasn t worthy of himThe story switches between Maggie and Sloane s perspectives and after a while you can t tell who is who because they both act identical There were too many boys in this book I couldn t tell which one was James which was Andrew or Gordy or Thomas etc It didn t help that the authors mentioned their names like once and referred to them as he for the rest of the chapter so you have to pay close attention Which was difficult considering how tedious and over descriptive the story could be most of the time It also didn t help that all the boys sounded exactly the same anywayI liked that Sloane was an atheist that s a refreshing aspect of YA and that she loved animals But it didn t make up for the fact that she was unbelievably stupid and infuriating I love the concept of dreams and dreams vs reality It was what made me want to pick up this book in the first place plus the gorgeous purple cover also called out to me like well a bookworm to a beautiful book But this book didn t even get to the actual dream part until 100 pages till the end The rest was nothing but boring drama SpoilersCan someone please explain what in the fuck happened in the end Did Maggie give up her life or did Sloane Which was the real girl Were they both just dreams of one girl who had multiple personality disorder and that was her way of dealing with it Very disappointing All I know was that it made me want to throw a table and scream and frown and lose faith in humanity all at the same time

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Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz review å eBook or Kindle ePUB 're each other They live each other's lives they know each other's secrets But their two lives have never converged until nowWHICH LIFE IS JUST A DREAM WHICH LIFE IS REALEventually they will have to. Rating 35 StarsForget everything you ve been told about Lucid Everything I d be hard pressed to come up with a title of a novel I ve been mislead by and not in a good way Lucid promises to be an original mind boggling and paranormal tale of two girls who can t discern their reality from their dreams much like what happens to Leonardo DiCaprio s wife in Inception Lucid I have to admit certainly delivers on this front but only during the last twenty percent of this novel For the other eighty percent we are slowly flipping the pages bored senseless by the normalcy of the two lives we are presented and if you re like me banging our heads as Adrienne Stoltz has managed to cleverly weave two love triangles in one While Lucid is by no means an excellent novel its ending saved it from being a disappointing one Maggie and Sloane have the same name but they could not be two different individuals Maggie is a teenage actress living in Manhattan with a widowed mother who is careless than responsible and a beloved younger sister who Maggie dotes on but also takes full care of Sloane on the other hand has a loving family a younger brother a best guy friend who is always there for her and a normal school life In fact the only tragedy to hit her life is the death of Bill a childhood friend For Maggie romance enters her life in the form of Andrew and Thomas while Sloane is torn between James the enigmatic new guy who wins her heart with his intellect and good looks and her life long best friend Gordy What makes Sloane and Maggie connected though than just their names is the fact that they dream of each others lives at night and now they can t tell who is real and who is simply a figment of their own imagination uite frankly it took me awhile to get into Lucid If I hadn t been reading this on a read along I most probably would have abandoned it at its half way point Each chapter switches from the perspectives of Maggie and Sloane and at first I found myself zooming through Maggie s chapters to get to Sloane Maggie as an actress is aloof and distant from the reader for much of the story failing to form the immediate emotional connection that Sloane garners because of the normalcy of her life As the novel wore on though I found that I began to care for both heroines and the stark differences between their narrations were very clearly felt which is an obvious plus point in the direction of this debut author Unfortunately though the eighty percent of this novel shrouded in dullness is also filled with angst We have Maggie who likes Andrew who has a girlfriend We also have Thomas who is an agent who likes Maggie who is seven years younger than him and isn t even a legal adult Ew On the other hand we have Sloane who is besotted with James and I don t completely blame her but he too is rather mercurial Although Gordy is never a viable love interest because of the attention Sloane lavishes on James our feelings towards James oscillate from love to hate rapidly One of the most uniue aspects of this novel is that by the end some of this makes sense My mixed feelings towards James for instance are perfectly explained and kind of mind blowing in their subtle genius Others though are merely present for drama angst and for the sake of prolonging the novel longer than it needed to be Folks the beginning of this story is not a fun ride not at all Thankfully though the plot slowly gives away to a descent into madness We see aspects of Maggie s life crop up in Sloane s and vice versa and at first we aren t sure what to think When the ending arrives it is stunning and explains so much but not enough It seems to be too obscure for me to fully fall in love with this novel yet decent enough that I did like it Nevertheless I can only recommend Lucid to the most patient of readers those who can barrel through angst and love triangles to finally get to the rather genius ending within And to them I simply say this good luck A huge thanks to Jasprit for 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Lucid author Adrienne Stoltz review å eBook or Kindle ePUB SLOANE is a straight A student from a loving homeMAGGIE is a glamorously independant up and coming actress in New YorkTWO girls who couldn't be different except for one thing At night they dream they. Giselle knows her shitUndecided on my rating 4 stars 5 stars 45 stars I DON T KNOW Review to come Maybe Probably not Yeah probably not Edit You know what 5 stars Brilliant Absolutely brilliant Everyone needs to read this book Why hasn t everyone read this bookEdit x2 I think I ll be doing everyone a favor by not writing a review for this Or should I say a proper review But since I most likely will not even attempt writing a review for this for your benefit I want to say this if you aren t a huge fan of this book throughout the first half and want to DNF don t I almost DNFed this not because it was a bad book but because it wasn t for me I was ready to give this a 35 star rating albeit a DNF one and go on my merry way But I didn t And I am so so happy that I didn t The ending of Lucid made me realize how intensely brilliant the entire novel was It made me cry It made me confused Then it made me cry some Then it had me realizing how much I really do love this book So that s my advice to you if you re reading Lucid and while you think it s a good book but it s not a you book and you want to set it aside don t It may just prove you wrong and show you that it is a you book Just like it did to me And if I m wrong and you still don t like this by the end you can just throw stuff at me Last edit I swear You know when you love something so much all you want to do is scream Yeah that s meHah My poor dogs are so fucking scared right now Okay I lied Oh yeah as well as the urge to scream at something hubby s asleep scoffs so sorry dogs I m screaming at you by default I can only think in expletives And speak in expletives Again sorry dogs