Let Me Wake



➛ [KINDLE] ❅ Let Me Wake By Adrienne Stoltz ➥ – E17streets4all.co.uk What if you could dream your way into a different life What if you could choose to live that life forever Sloane and Maggie have never met Sloane is a straight A student with a big and loving family M What if you could dream your way into a different life What if you could choose to live that life forever Sloane and Maggie have never met Sloane is a straight A student with a big and loving family Maggie lives a glamorously independent life as an Let Me MOBI :ò up and coming actress in New York The two girls couldn t be differente except for one thing They share a secret that they can t tell a soul At night, they dream that they re each other The deeper they re pulled into the promise of their own lives, the their worlds begin to blur dangerously together Before long, Sloane and Maggie can no longer tell which life is real and which is just a dream They realize that eventually they will have to choose one life to wake up to or risk spiraling into insanity But that means giving up one world, one love, and one self, forever This is a dazzling debut that will steal readers hearts.Let Me Wake

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  • Paperback
  • 352 pages
  • Let Me Wake
  • Adrienne Stoltz
  • 17 July 2017
  • 1595148167

10 thoughts on “Let Me Wake

  1. says:

    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 think.For 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 puzzling nature of the plot.I m not 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 think.For 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 puzzling nature of the plot.I m not sure how many of you watched Momento But that movie, you re watching it with no idea what the frick is going on You end it with no better idea of who killed his wife at all So you watch it again, hoping that after seeing the ending you will see things clearer Lucid if kind of like that Although not nearly as complex I mean I watched Momento 4 times and I m still not convinced I know who the killer is , it makes you think, it makes you relive every single event that happened in the book so you can grasp exactly what was happening to Sloane and Maggie Being so intricate, you have to be ready to work on your own verdict on its conclusion It s not a clean cut ending, you have to dissect it and interpret it I guarantee it s one that you will need to discuss with others who have also read it This may not be everyone s cup of tea, but I relish in books that make me second guess things, and leave me with a need to decipher every page These are the type of books that I get to remember for a long time.Before this perplexing and quite emotional ending, we get a journey into the lives of two very different girls with a big secret when they go to sleep at night, they dream of each other s day From the first page, you ll be found wondering what exactly is happening to these girls Is one of them schizophrenic Is there a paranormal side to the book Are they both real If not, which life is real, and which one is just a dream A very fascinating concept for sure It boggled my mind over and over, then theI thought about it, thefreaked out I became However, this situation is only one part of this very deep, and incredibly touching novel.Beautiful and heartbreaking after everything is said and done, this novel is really about love Real love, love that is raw, and natural, and all encompassing A love that belongs to you and no one else Both of these girls are searching for The One, and I loved how they would not settle for anything but, nor for the wrong reasons They love themselves first Their self respect is admirable, and the same can be said for the responsibilities they take on I truly enjoyed both protagonists immensely, all the while constantly wondering if anything I was reading was even real was either of these wonderful girls just a dream A vision A past life Infinite theories aside, I found myself surprised by how deeply moving this book had become There s love and joy and family, but there s also grief and fear and panic and dread that are all running running rampant in this plot Then when their lives begin to collide, the panic they felt, I felt too I didn t know what was real at all any The identity crisis and confusion is complete insanity and, my word, I savoured it, and loved every second where another piece of my mind got blown to bits Poof.An incredibly unique reading experience that will leave your mind to mush, and your heart to pieces Fans of movies such as Black Swan, Momento, and Inception will absolutely find their next fix inside Lucid An advance copy was provided by the publisher for review.Forof my reviews, visit my blog at Xpresso Reads

  2. says:

    Mind blowing The Black Swan of Young Adult books When I first saw the cover I thought it was so soft and beautiful with the use of the white,blue s,and purple s Obviously from looking at the cover you know its about a girl and she might sleep on the ceiling at night lol Then I went on to read the blurb and I was half way right with my analysis of the cover and I find out its about two girls Maggie and Sloan They have never met,they are both the same age,both have the same birthday,one Mind blowing The Black Swan of Young Adult books When I first saw the cover I thought it was so soft and beautiful with the use of the white,blue s,and purple s Obviously from looking at the cover you know its about a girl and she might sleep on the ceiling at night lol Then I went on to read the blurb and I was half way right with my analysis of the cover and I find out its about two girls Maggie and Sloan They have never met,they are both the same age,both have the same birthday,one lives in Connecticut and the other lives in New York,and dream that they are each other each night Sounds good huh Characters Maggie Maggie is a high school drop in my mind who lives with her irresponsible mother and cute as a button sister She lives in New York and is a struggling actress who is searching for her big break while dealing with the stress of taking care of her little sister and her childish workaholic mother in the process Maggie is quiet and very wise for her age Even though Maggie has some small troubles at home she has been studying for her GED and is landing some small roles on T.V and movies She also has an addition for a lead role in a movie series that will take her acting career to a new high When things start looking up for Maggie she meets a two guys that are in two totally different sides of the acting industry and may have a play in her success as well Sloan Sloan lives in Connecticut with her Mom,Dad,Big Brother,and Little brother Sloan is smart pretty and has tons of friends including Gordy who has been her BFF since 3 and is madly in love with her Even though Sloan has a good support system she is still angry and distant from everyone since her last birthday This all changes of course when she meets James and everything Sloan thought she wanted changes when he enters her life.The Secret Sloan and Maggie have never met but when they go to sleep their worlds collide and they dream that they are the other Maggie knows Sloans every fear and secret as Sloan knows Maggies.The Good This was unbelievable I loved the idea of how we get two different point of views each chapter and it was fun how each girl was the total opposite of the other but they wished they could be each other I also liked how both girls knew that what they were dreaming could be real or a fantasy but it added to the mystery for us because they didn t know and the reader s are left in the dark also The Weird The last 100 pages it got so weird that it was so confusing and I had to keep flipping back to the first page of the chapter to see which girl was talking at the moment It was freaky from their,Outrageous further,and plain Black Swan at the end.Overall READ IT This was a Mind boggling reading experience I loved it from the beginning and it started out as a wonderful story at first then took a turn for crazy at the end This book definitely stepped in the world of crazy that I was pretty upset with the ending hence the 4 stars because it DIDN T end or explain what happened So if you are looking for a happy ending in this book.sorryyou don t get it

  3. says:

    Giselle knows her shit.Undecided on my rating 4 stars 5 stars 4.5 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 book Edit 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 s Giselle knows her shit.Undecided on my rating 4 stars 5 stars 4.5 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 book Edit 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 3.5 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 someThen 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 me.Hah 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

  4. says:

    Rating 3.5 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 beenmislead 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 t Rating 3.5 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 beenmislead 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 twodifferent individuals Maggie is a teenage actress living in Manhattan with a widowed mother who iscareless 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 Quite 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 unique 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 reading this along with me Without her, I would have undoubtedly given up and never been shocked by the utterly brilliant endingYou can read this review andon my blog, Ivy Book Bindings

  5. says:

    4.5 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 the confusion and constant guessing on mine and Keertana s behalf, Lucid is one of the most multi layered, rich and developed novels I have read in a long time Having two screenwriters as its co authors, it s no wonder Lucid left such a great impression with me 4.5 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 the confusion and constant guessing on mine and Keertana s behalf, Lucid is one of the most multi layered, rich and developed novels I have read in a long time Having two screenwriters as its co authors, it s no wonder Lucid left such a great impression with me.Lucid weaves you into the story of Sloane and Maggie, two girls that have never met one another, but dream of one another s lives when they go to sleep Maggie s therapist has put it down to the one life event which had a major effect on her life, when she lost her dad But Maggie knows it s been going on for much longer than that, and even though her therapist keeps telling her it ll become dangerous if she can t let go of Sloane, Maggie s not sure if she can, will one girl be able to cope with the other one not around Through dual pov s from Sloane and Maggie we learn exactly how tough life has been for them Both have experienced great losses of someone really close to them, have tense relationships with their mothers and after what has gone on are just managing to get by From both pov s I was able to form a stronger connection with Sloane s character Despite Maggie being the most resilient, the one who spoke her mind and try as I might to like Maggie, Sloane stood out as the character whose chapters and life I was looking forward to getting back to And despite all the clues thrown our way which gave us the impression that Maggie was the real person and creating this imagined world with Sloane in it, I didn t want this to be the case at all I fell in love with Sloane s world and friends and family, from her awkward and mysterious relationship she had with her mother, to the unexplained heartache over her loss, her trusting friend Gordi, and how she was always trying to outwit the new boy at school James I m not saying that Maggie s life wasn t entertaining enough, it was, but Sloane s life for me stood outprominently and thus I foundappealing than I did Maggie s So I didn t want Maggie pulling the plug on this other life full of vibrance, first loves and endearing characters just because her therapist said so, I wanted to understand why it was all happening in the first place.And honestly when it was all unravelled it did take me some time to get my head around it was never what I expected Actually I never would have thought of this wonderful tangled and carefully thought out major twist in the first place I have to highly praise Adrienne Stoltz Ron Bass for creating such a thought evoking novel such as Lucid I adored the entire novel, but the second half was just pure brilliance, with its blurring of realities, fast pace I found myself whipping through the book in a frenzied manner.If there s one thing you want to take away from my rather confusing and ambiguous review is that you need to make time to read Lucid Lucid is one of the most imaginative books I have ever read, with its aspects of mystery, romance and heartache, it is sure to have that little bit which will appeal to the avid reader within everyone

  6. says:

    1.5 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 that I feel like on every paragraph there had to be something about one of th 1.5 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 that I feel like on every paragraph there had to be something about one of the girls obsessions with their boytoys.And that ending just flat out confused me I ve heard people say that it was touching and it made their hearts break and made them cry and what have you but I m likeHUH How o_e I genuinely don t get it From the words of the Nostalgia Chick, maybe my heart is just a tiny little mini fridge pumping ice water through veins of stone.I cannot for the life of me understand the amount of gushing reviews I ve seen for this book, or why so many people adore it so much I d love if someone could explain to me, because I don t feel like re reading this at all It was just not a pleasant experience

  7. says:

    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 tripping.It 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 both.I cried for Maggie, and I cried for Sloane, and in the end I still didn t know who I was crying for, really.Halfway through this, my biggest complaint was that nothing is really happening I mean, things were 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 tripping.It 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 both.I cried for Maggie, and I cried for Sloane, and in the end I still didn t know who I was crying for, really.Halfway through this, my biggest complaint was that nothing is really happening I mean, things were happening, but nothing to even give you an inclination of what is really going on And this made me want to turn to the last page and just see what is going on so I can go back to reading the book without being distracted with guessing Don t do that, people It will do you no good Trust me on this one, you need to read everything to understand what happened.Maggie, a New York actress who is for some reason extremely cynical about love, finally finds it in the most wonderful person He is perfect in every possible way.Sloane, a small town high school girl who is obviously grieving a forbidden in a way love that she lost, finds it again.The book is extremely smart It keeps you guessing until the very end Every time you think you have it figured out, whatever you re thinking, you re probably wrong Because what I got from the ending didn t even cross my mind Maybe it s just me I loved Andrew, I loved Jade and Max, I loved Gordy and I loved Bill I loved Maggiethan Sloane and felt guilty because of it since I ve connected with both girls so much And because I secretly wanted Maggie to be the real one if the book should go that way James I didn t like, because I had a thing for Gordy Sorry, James You re probably a nice guy.The writing grips you from the beginning, you just know you re in for one hell of a ride You can distinguish between the girls voices in the beginning, but as the lines start to blur they becomeandsimilar and I felt just as they both did, confused and disoriented The girls feel so real with their monologues, their day to day routine, their personalities were just amazing I think they would have been great friends.I need to discuss the ending but obviously, I can t do that without spoiling anything I m not sure I should even put it under a spoiler tag because I know how irresistible those are, and I want everyone to draw their own conclusion from that ending It definitely makes you want to go back and reread the whole thing now that you know what s going on, because the clues were there all along.I can t recommend this book enough Really, it is one of the best thought out books I ve read Nothing makes sense until it finally does And I promise you will need tissues, and I promise you will be as confused as I am if they re because you re happy or sad with the ending I am so happy that this book was my first of 2013 I needed to start this year with a good book Read it

  8. says:

    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 life.Maggie 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 ago.Sloane 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 a 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 life.Maggie 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 ago.Sloane 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 unique problems and issues They re also both bitches Sloane is a brat who caresabout 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 him.Maggie 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 him.The 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 anyway.I 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 v.s 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

  9. says:

    I think I liked the idea muchthan 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 sob.So I m officially torn.

  10. says:

    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 mom is never around but she loves her sister Jade Sloane has blonde hair, two loving parents, brothers, great friends, and goes to high school in Connecticut But when they go to sleep they dream about the other one s day At first I was a bit confused about how they know that the other one is indeed dreaming their life but I guess they figured it out 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 mom is never around but she loves her sister Jade Sloane has blonde hair, two loving parents, brothers, great friends, and goes to high school in Connecticut But when they go to sleep they dream about the other one s day At first I was a bit confused about how they know that the other one is indeed dreaming their life but I guess they figured it out from observing during the dream They do talk about attempting to find the other girl by looking them up where they live but have never found them.Then for a big part of the book the dream part kind of takes a backseat I felt the main theme of the book was about finding love and allowing yourself to be loved and even how to love Both girls are unsure if they can ever find love and if they do how do they know it is real Seems like a serious thing to think about at 17 but honestly I have thought about it since I was 17 so it felt real and relatable to me Maggie is dating Thomas but is it because she likes him or that he might be able to give her career a big break but she also met Andrew, a film student who is becoming her best friend and maybeSloane has a great best friend named Gordy but falling for the new guy James and also not over the loss of her best friend Bill.These girl s struggle to find love is at times beautiful and other times heartbreaking I felt especially sad over Sloane s loss of Bill With Maggie I just wanted her to hurry up and get with her new friend Andrew and I wanted Sloane to get with her friend Gordy But these girls were very unsure of who to give their heart to They are very vulnerable with many family and friend problems I really became attached to the characters It is hard for me to explain why I loved them The writing was just very emotional But then when I got towards the last 100 pages I was completely confused The dream worlds and different girls lives collide and I didn t have a clue who was who and had to look at the chapter titles which shows which girl is currently narrating The ending was so sad was totally balling my eyes out and sweet but at the same time I can t honestly even tell you what the heck happened I have been questioning people that read it and have yet to truly figure out for sure what the ending means That is my biggest compliant I love dream books and understand they come with confusion, which is part of the fun and mystery, but by the end of the book I would like to finally have everything spelled out to me and be sure of what happened which I wasn t But don t let the weird ending put you off The story was very beautifully written and I really cared about what happened to these girls.If I fell in love, I wouldn t be lonely Not that I am But how do you fall in love Is it really something that conveniently just happens to you Or is it something that you have to make happen, see your opportunity and don t let it get away Even though I m only seventeen, I have this scary conviction that if it was going to happen, it would have happened already I mean it s even happened to Sloane Even though I m the only one who knows that.Doing a reasonable imitation of Ryan s voice, Andrew waggles his eyebrows Mags I want you To have sex with me So that you ll thin I m getting Macauley to give you a role, but I m also having sex with five other actresses, promising them the same thing Hey At least I d get to have sex with him That stops him cold It also revealed that he is utterly and overwhelmingly jealous I love, love, love that We re both lucky we found each other I mean, I don t know what I d do with the rest of my life if I ever lost her Crazy, huh

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