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Assembly of Shapes

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I need a place just for me a place to escape a place to just be If I could create an assembly of shapes on endless pagesI do believe my life would be complete Chas lives in a town where kids just want to get wasted where one party melts into the I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review Thank youI have previously read another book written by Danielle Weiler “Reckless” and I loved it I fell in love with Danielle’s writing style and when I finished the book I planed on reading another book of hers When she told me about “Assembly of Shapes” I was so excited by the premise of the book Plus I was so eager to read something else written by her I wanted to see what she came up with againI really enjoyed reading “Assembly of Shapes” It’s a book that has its ups and downs but you still love it because it got a good story an amazing writing style and an ah mazing heroThe best thing and the thing I love the most about any of Danielle’s books is of course the writing style When I read “Reckless” I fell in love with the writing style It’s simple yet it has something poetic and it “sounds” really good The text flows just in the right way not giving a rushed nor a dragged pace to the book It’s just right you now It flows well it sounds well it’s beautiul and poetic Every time I read a book writing by Danielle Weiler I fall in love harder with her writing style I also feel like her writing style is better than the writing style from “Reckless” if this is even possibleThe story between the pages of “Assembly of Shapes” is beautiful tragic captivating and sad I wouldn’t exactly describe it as a romance though maybe a uarter of this book is about love and relationships But I don’t feel like it’s a romance It’s a book about life and about the problems that a teenager goes through The author has a very tough yet realistic way of showing us the real face of the life This book really shows us that life isn’t all rainbows and sunshine It also shows us how happy and lucky we are in fact and that some people have it harder than us We should be happy with what we have while we have it because we could lose it any moment This book sends a strong message about everything life friends enemies relationships love teenager years and love Also the author wanted to show us that there’s always something that’s an escape In this case it was art and drawing and that we should do what we love And that we must always watch our back Whoever was our friend yesterday can be our worst enemy tomorrow And always tell the truthI really liked this thing about “Assembly of Shapes” it’s full of life lessions and it sends a message It’s also very realistic Sometimes so realistic that it’s shockingMy favorite character from “Assembly of Shapes” was Chas He’s smart talented but broken He’s tragic but he always finds an anchor something that he can escape into if like gets too hard Chas is also very charming and oh so sexy He’s got a way of acting around girls that’s just awesome D Even if he’s tragic and broken his irony and sarcasm makes you laugh He’s not afraid of telling what he thinks I liked how he cared about Kira and about his mom I felt sorry for him most of the time It was so unfire for him everything he went through Oh and that makes me think of another thingWhat was that ending What happened OMG that was such a cliffhanger I don’t even know if the author will write a seuel I just hope so because I need to find out what exactly happened to ChasKira and Chas were perfect together Kira was a little too naïve for my taste but she was cute I hated Ben I liked Cole but I wasn’t much of a fan of Con He was just unappropiate let’s sayAattention a short spoiler is comingI liked the story but some things were a little predictable and ireal I mean there’s not explanation on why did Chas think that Billy is his father He suddenly thinks it but never explains why he feels this way There’s also a short passage when things happened too fast and seemed a little forced But fortunately it was shortSpoiler’s overOverall it was an enjoyable novel a real New Adult book I really believe that “Assembly of Shapes” has the potential to be a bestseller because it’s a fascinating read The story will hold you captive and you won’t be able to escape until the end The writing style is very beautiful – I loved it You’ll love Kira and you’ll fall in love with Chas Definitely a book that I recommend Rate 35 stars out of 5

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Next and they don't think about life beyond school Unless you’re one of the lucky rich kids of course Chas’s I don't give a rats persona doesn’t match his secret he loves drawing He sketches the girls he sleeps with; all but Kira though not Having read Danielle's two previous books I jumped at the chance to read Assembly of Shapes I loved the idea of reading a male protagonist written by a female It's always interesting to see how well the author can convey the character Chas is a teenager who has no direction in life and feels like the world is against him Without the encouragement of adults or any decent role models you can't help but feel for Chas and his situation He starts out as an angry young man and I loved seeing how his character evolved throughout the novel Of course he makes mistakes and at one moment I'd want to curse him and the next cry for him He doesn't have a great relationship with his mother and the only constant male role model is his uncle He feels alone and isolated and as the story progresses you begin to realise how much Chas is willing to change With the encouragement of his principal he finally begins to see that it can be different but that you do have to work for it Weiler does a spectacular job immersing you in Chas's world and his mindAssembly of Shapes is a novel about a boy who is slowly becoming a man and that time in your life where you're no longer a child and not uite and adult It's about understanding the conseuences of your actions and realising that some relationships will end but new one's will begin Weiler has an innate ability to delve into the minds of teenagers to produce a gripping emotional read about life love and growing up

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4 thoughts on “Assembly of Shapes

  1. says:

    I was provided with a free copy of this book in exchange for my honest review Thank youI have previously read another book written by Danielle Weiler “Reckless” and I loved it I fell in love with Danielle’s writing style and when I finished the book I planed on reading another book of hers When she told me about “Assembly of Shapes” I was so excited by the premise of the book Plus I was so eager to read something else written by her I wanted to see what she came up with againI really enjoyed reading “Assembly of Shapes” It’s a book that has its ups and downs but you still love it because it got a good story an amazing writing style and an ah mazing heroThe best thing and the thing I love the most about any of Danielle’s books is of course the writing style When I read “Reckless” I fell in love with the writing style It’s simple yet it has something poetic and it “sounds” really good The text flows just in the right way not giving a rushed nor a dragged pace to the book It’s just right you now? It flows well it sounds well it’s beautiul and poetic Every time I read a book writing by Danielle Weiler I fall in love harder with her writing style I also feel like her writing style is better than the writing style from “Reckless” if this is even possibleThe story between the pages of “Assembly of Shapes” is beautiful tragic captivating and sad I wouldn’t exactly describe it as a romance though maybe a uarter of this book is about love and relationships But I don’t feel like it’s a romance It’s a book about life and about the problems that a teenager goes through The author has a very tough yet realistic way of showing us the real face of the life This book really shows us that life isn’t all rainbows and sunshine It also shows us how happy and lucky we are in fact and that some people have it harder than us We should be happy with what we have while we have it because we could lose it any moment This book sends a strong message about everything life friends enemies relationships love teenager years and love Also the author wanted to show us that there’s always something that’s an escape In this case it was art and drawing and that we should do what we love And that we must always watch our back Whoever was our friend yesterday can be our worst enemy tomorrow And always tell the truthI really liked this thing about “Assembly of Shapes” it’s full of life lessions and it sends a message It’s also very realistic Sometimes so realistic that it’s shockingMy favorite character from “Assembly of Shapes” was Chas He’s smart talented but broken He’s tragic but he always finds an anchor something that he can escape into if like gets too hard Chas is also very charming and oh so sexy He’s got a way of acting around girls that’s just awesome D Even if he’s tragic and broken his irony and sarcasm makes you laugh He’s not afraid of telling what he thinks I liked how he cared about Kira and about his mom I felt sorry for him most of the time It was so unfire for him everything he went through Oh and that makes me think of another thingWhat was that ending? What happened? OMG that was such a cliffhanger I don’t even know if the author will write a seuel I just hope so because I need to find out what exactly happened to ChasKira and Chas were perfect together Kira was a little too naïve for my taste but she was cute I hated Ben I liked Cole but I wasn’t much of a fan of Con He was just unappropiate let’s sayAattention a short spoiler is comingI liked the story but some things were a little predictable and ireal I mean there’s not explanation on why did Chas think that Billy is his father He suddenly thinks it but never explains why he feels this way There’s also a short passage when things happened too fast and seemed a little forced But fortunately it was shortSpoiler’s overOverall it was an enjoyable novel a real New Adult book I really believe that “Assembly of Shapes” has the potential to be a bestseller because it’s a fascinating read The story will hold you captive and you won’t be able to escape until the end The writing style is very beautiful – I loved it You’ll love Kira and you’ll fall in love with Chas Definitely a book that I recommend Rate 35 stars out of 5


  2. says:

    Having read Danielle's two previous books I jumped at the chance to read Assembly of Shapes I loved the idea of reading a male protagonist written by a female It's always interesting to see how well the author can convey the character Chas is a teenager who has no direction in life and feels like the world is against him Without the encouragement of adults or any decent role models you can't help but feel for Chas and his situation He starts out as an angry young man and I loved seeing how his character evolved throughout the novel Of course he makes mistakes and at one moment I'd want to curse him and the next cry for him He doesn't have a great relationship with his mother and the only constant male role model is his uncle He feels alone and isolated and as the story progresses you begin to realise how much Chas is willing to change With the encouragement of his principal he finally begins to see that it can be different but that you do have to work for it Weiler does a spectacular job immersing you in Chas's world and his mindAssembly of Shapes is a novel about a boy who is slowly becoming a man and that time in your life where you're no longer a child and not uite and adult It's about understanding the conseuences of your actions and realising that some relationships will end but new one's will begin Weiler has an innate ability to delve into the minds of teenagers to produce a gripping emotional read about life love and growing up


  3. says:

    The NA novel Assembly of Shapes by Danielle Weiler was an interesting read The start of the novel developed the characters settings and plot well and I felt as though I could picture all of the characters when I read their names The story is about a teenager Chas making his way through year 11 and the trials and tribulations that go along with it Chas has a close bond with his schoolmates but that all starts to unravel after a seuence of events While it is well known that teenagers have fights and arguments with their mates I felt as though this was all the book was about Chas was constantly getting involved in fights with his enemies and even the people he was supposed to be calling ‘friends’ This book contains the obligatory ‘love triangle’ for a NA novel but I feel as though Chas wasted too much of his time on trying to win his mate’s girlfriend Kira I liked the fact that Chas was an ‘undercover’ artist and the occasional mention that he would play with a piece of charcoal when he was nervous or bored was helpful for revealing his deeper personality I think this book would be ideal for those still in high school however it didn’t really resonate with me Overall it was a good read but not my first preference of Danielle’s books


  4. says:

    A bit boring


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