Going Home

  • Title: Going Home
  • Author: Emma Lindhagen
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 429
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Going Home Orryn ran away from home as a young teenager After years spent trying to forget she is forced to face the memories she s been hiding from Thea never understood why her sister left Her childhood was h
    Orryn ran away from home as a young teenager After years spent trying to forget, she is forced to face the memories she s been hiding from Thea never understood why her sister left Her childhood was happy and she lives her adult life surrounded by people she loves, but she never stopped wondering When the two sisters meet again, a struggle to mend the bond they once shOrryn ran away from home as a young teenager After years spent trying to forget, she is forced to face the memories she s been hiding from Thea never understood why her sister left Her childhood was happy and she lives her adult life surrounded by people she loves, but she never stopped wondering When the two sisters meet again, a struggle to mend the bond they once shared, and reconcile their differing memories of their childhood, begins In a world where blending in is valued above everything else, scars can be a dangerous thing to show After years of drifting and hiding, Orryn returns to her homeland and must choose between baring her scars and losing her sister a second time.

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    1. Going Home is a dystopian novella with an interesting twist. Focused around the story of two sisters, Orryn and Thea, readers are transported to a world where the deviant are outlawed, forced to comply or band together in small communities.Orryn is a runaway, returning home to her sister after their parents have passed away. The two have grown within their separate lives over the years, creating the premise for the story. The relationship between the two sisters is strained, and we feel this wit [...]

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    2. Originally posted on my blog, LoveBooks&Blush.Emma Lindhagen’s first novella, Going Home, is fantastic. Full stop. It’s short and to the point (duh, it’s a novella not a novel), but I’ve never wanted to read more of anything in my life. The novel is about a young woman named Orryn who lives in a dystopian world where the mail is frequently checked, the number of people who are in a family unit are controlled and people are examined to determine whether or not they are “deviant.” [...]

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    3. An intriguing startThis is Emma's first offering and its intriguing in its premise. There are hints of fantasy and dystopian lifestyle, which means that some people will band together rather than be considered outsiders.Orryn returns to her home to see her sister that she hasn't seen for nearly twenty years. Thea was only 7 when Orryn left without a word, and while Orryn doesn't want to talk about it, The a wants to know why she left.There are other elements to the story and I hope Emma will cov [...]

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    4. This is more of a 3.5 than a 4. I was asked by the author to read and give an honest review and she initially brought me in saying that it was set in a dystopian setting. I love dystopias, but this book really put it in the back burner rather than it being a dystopian novel. Which is fine, but it really affected how I saw this book. In the sense it being advertised as dystopian, there wasn't enough world building and I didn't really know what made it a dystopia. I enjoy what this book was like i [...]

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    5. Hmmmm. This is two and a half. I think. Sadly, premise is all there really is here. The novel dabbles in dystopia, magic and LGBT themes without really settling in, and expanding on, any of them. So we’re left with some engaging characters, and some intriguing plot lines, that all just kind of go nowhere. leatherboundpounds/2015/05

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    7. An easy read with good character development and world-building. The relationship between the sisters was particularly effective.

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