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"The Sea of Tranquility" by Katja Millay Former piano prodigy Nastya Kashnikov wants two things: to get through high school without anyone. The Sea of Tranquility. Home · The Sea of Report copyright / DMCA form · DOWNLOAD EPUB Professionalization Recollected in Tranquility · Read more . The Sea of Tranquility: A Novel eBook: Katja Millay: The Sea of Tranquility is a rich, intense, and brilliantly imagined story about a lonely boy, an emotionally.


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Call Of The Sea. Heart of the sea. Sunshine sits on the couch. I hate this so much. So fucking much. When the author suddenly uses a random teacher in a random class to, like, show how it can help the conflict between the couple.

Like in Anna and The French Kiss. It perfectly suits the situation, and the MC is like, "why did I not think about that before? Okay so now that I got that out of the way, I feel like maybe I should talk about the plot, even though it doesn't really exist.

So the whole thing about Natsya not talking was a real surprise to me, which I guess was the point.

I actually went back and checked to make sure that she genuinely never talked. But the thing is, somewhere in the book she says she basically talks to herself in the shower to "train" her voice so it won't disappear in case she ever needs it again. That's where I started having a problem with the whole silence thing. Because, see, I can relate to someone who just can't talk anymore.

Someone mentioned Speechless and I actually think that the silence thing was better handled in Speechless because at least in there, Chelsea acknowledges the fact that even if she wanted to, she wouldn't be ready to talk yet. Same situation, you say? No, not really. Because here, Natsya chooses to talk with Drew, with Josh, and at some point it really feels like she's just being immature and silly.

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Like it's just some kind of teenage crisis. She doesn't want to talk to her Mom and stuff so she just pretends she's mute but as soon as there's Josh she's all talkative. The author was probably looking for some effect involving her feeling safe with Josh and stuff but I didn't buy that. I couldn't connect with her because, girl, either you talk or you don't. It's not a game. And the not-talking was just badly depicted, because being with someone who refuses to talk is just so genuinely awkward and here it never really is.

Somehow, I felt like it was glamorized or something. And I could not relate to the way Drew's Mom was so attached to Nastya. Can you imagine inviting a girl over to dinner and she just doesn't produce a sound?

And she dresses like a slut? And she glares at everyone?

And she dates your son's best friend? And possibly your son as well? But you're not sure which? So why don't you go and ask her bluntly "Tell me darling. Which one of my boys are you dating? By the way, that happens. I mean really. Also at some point Natsya hurts her hand really badly by mishandling a hammer, and she remains perfectly silent. I don't believe that. I mean, had she been in the "I never ever talk" situation, then okay. Because you've lost the reflex of producing sounds for so long.

But she's used to talking. She can't even refrain from laughing at the beginning of the book. So I can't buy the whole staying-silent-thing while she gets hurt.

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She accidentally hurts her left hand twice. You say nit-picking, I call bullshit. What are the odds? And she also gets attacked twice. And besides : Josh and Natsya are both loaded. Loaded as in, millions. Besides neither of them plans to go to college, so really. You could totally see the purpose of a scene.

For example, Josh cuts his hand open it's a club! And then, Natsya takes off her shirt to stop the bleeding, and he gets a boner, blablah. Do you get it? See, now it's all about the sexual tension, and not really about the cut anymore.

And you understand pretty quickly that everything that happens in this book is organized so that the characters end up doing what the author wants them to do. Here, it's not subtle at all. Like Margot who works night shifts. Do you know why?

So she can be out of the fucking book most of the time!

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Or at some point Natsya goes running and it's past midnight and she gets lost. But, ooh, miraculously, she finds Josh's house, and he's awake! Julie Buxbaum. Falling Into You. Jasinda Wilder.

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Ratings and Book Reviews 10 60 star ratings 10 reviews. Overall rating 4. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Report as inappropriate. In general this was good book, but it was a little too depressing for me. It's frustrating rollercoaster ride because I couldn't connect with the protagonist.

She did things that I couldn understand why the hell she would do it. But all in all it really is a goodread and you'll definitely get sucked into the story and your never going to be able to forget this book.

Another book that leaves you longing for just one more chapter--fantastic! Love the story line … Show more Show less. This book tells the tale of a sad story all the way around. Nastya is devastated by something tragic in her past, but has no outlet to deal with it. Quite simply.. No one in her life can step into her shoes and know what she feels. She does what she can to try and survive it but it's to the detriment of those around her. Josh has his own share of hardship and adversity.

He has withdrawn from society in a way, but manages his loneliness and sadness in a more constructive way. I actually like how Nastya and Josh play off each other, they seem tuned into one another.. Even though both have different heartaches they are a pair, almost two sides of the same coin.

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They are both tragic, lonely and sad with their despondency wrapped around them like a shadow. They are also both aching for happiness, love and lightheartedness to ease themselves from the burden of despair that is their life. They exist, but they don't live.The whole thing was just so problematic. Because you've lost the reflex of producing sounds for so long. The fact that it's so overrated is really what made me write a review in the first place. A place where people die and music disintegrates and things suck.

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