Lodestones (2020)

Lodestones On the eve of a new school year several groups of college students cross paths as they seek out a secret end of summer lake party including Robin and Charlie two inseparable friends who discover of
  • Title: Lodestones
  • Author: Naomi MacKenzie
  • ISBN: 9781941530375
  • Page: 488
  • Format: Paperback
  • On the eve of a new school year, several groups of college students cross paths as they seek out a secret end of summer lake party including Robin and Charlie, two inseparable friends who discover of the course of twenty four hours that their relationship is something much deeper than simple friendship.
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    1. Generally when there is a collective protagonist ensemble, it s so that readers are able to identify with at least one of the characters And maybe that s true for Lodestones, but the thing that strikes me about this book is that I can relate to ALL of them Even the characters who are annoying little shits, I can t help but see parts of myself in them Maybe because I m in the same age group as the characters, but probably because Naomi MacKenzie just really understands people This story isn t a s [...]

    2. I loved this ensemble story, the threads of friendships weaving together to make a gloriously tangled tale With miscommunication, clashing motivations and one bumbling would be security guard, there was drama aplenty Seeing the same emotional clashes from different points of view made the relationships feel true, flawed and all the special for it.

    3. I received a copy of this book from the publisher for review, but I was looking forward to reading it before they even sent it to me I m familiar with the author s work and couldn t wait to see what she d created In short, I am so pleased with this book In long, Naomi MacKenzie s Lodestones is a charming story that had me grinning from beginning to end, even through the nerves brought on by the conflicts In college, maintaining friendships can be rough It s a time of change, growth, and acceptan [...]

    4. I have such a respect for books with this amount of characters, with so many interlinked relationships and stories because it shows how much the author has thought about each of them as individuals, which I love Set over the course of one day, this book is a really adventure for the reader just as it is for the characters in the story There wasn t a storyline that didn t make me feel something whether I was laughing, or laugh crying oh, Robin and Charlie , or empathising Christa, I feel your car [...]

    5. Oh Lodestones.I read this ages ago, or so it feels, but I wanted to reread it before I could properly review it.Why Because I m bad with names.I guess I must ve mentioned it before It s kind of unfortunate, because I absolutely love stories that are about ensembles and group of friends, and yet I have trouble keeping characters apart So I reread it and this time, I wrote down ever character, their relationships with others and I devided them into groups the storylines and so on Quite frankly, it [...]

    6. The layout and setting of this book are done in a very interesting way I thought it would be completely dark by 9pm but maybe daylight saving and I finished the whole book in one sitting I think by finishing it in one go has helped me follow each characters in this story and understand how each group of characters are all connected but you wouldn t know it until later on This story explored complex relationships among family, friends, couples and also between the students and authoritative figur [...]

    7. I received this book free through First Reads.Cute book that takes place in one day I like how all the characters are interconnected and know who each other are I also like how they all interact with each other and how we can see the same action emotion from different perspectives The only thing that I found odd at the beginning was the writing It fills choppy, like we are actually reading the characters thoughts and the reader is not given a lot of detail.

    8. I liked this a lot The many points of view all describing the same night made for a very interesting read I loved getting to see the same events through different eyes, and every single main character was easy to identify with Which was really cool, getting one person s opinion on them and then being able to slip into their skin and see things from their perspective I couldn t put it down

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