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We Won't Feel a Thing (English Edition) [Format Kindle]

J.C. Lillis

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Seventeen-year-old best friends Rachel and Riley are in forbidden love.

Their situation’s. . .complicated. And their timing couldn’t be worse—in just one month, he leaves for California and she starts college in New York. The absolute last thing they need is a reckless secret-love confession mucking up their perfect plans.

There’s only one logical option: scientific intervention.

Desperate for a quick fix, they sign up for WAVES, an experimental self-help program led by mysterious scientist David A. Kerning. He swears his Forbidden Love Module can turn passion back to safe platonic friendship in “six easy steps.”

But when you arm yourself with an untested program, side effects are unpredictable.

And sometimes when you fight love—love fights back.

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  • Format : Format Kindle
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  • Nombre de pages de l'édition imprimée : 247 pages
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  • Langue : Anglais
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 It Must Be Love 3 avril 2014
Par Jennifer K. Gibbons - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I wasn't sure if Lillis could top her wonderful debut. I worried she was going to suffer from the second novel curse. I was wrong. We Won't Feel a Thing feels like a wonderful Wes Anderson film where the adults act like children, the children act like adults, and nothing is predictable.
Riley and Rachel have lived in the same house for eight years after Rachel's grandfather died. Riley's parents the Woodlawns decide one day to go to a self help seminar, which is needed for they are incredibly unhappy together. In the meantime,Riley and Rachel are having feelings for each other, but one is going to California, the other to college in New York. What to do?
Enter a mysterious stranger, who tells them to follow six simple steps, and they can toss those silly feelings out the window. But what if they can't? What if it is that four letter word-love?
Lillis has her trademark sense of humor, plus her inward eye shows how beautiful and awkward First Love can be in an uncliched way.Bravo!
4 internautes sur 4 ont trouvé ce commentaire utile 
5.0 étoiles sur 5 You will feel all the things 2 mai 2014
Par Jen @ The Bevy Bibliotheque - Publié sur Amazon.com
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After following J.C. Lillis on Twitter, I had a pretty good idea that I’d find some laughs within We Won’t Feel A Thing. But I don’t think that I could have predicted how unique the humor in We Won’t Feel A Thing. It’s quirky and unusual and at times almost over the top, but that just lends to We Won’t Feel A Thing’s incredible charm. This book is SO quotable.

The story in We Won’t Feel A Thing sounds like it may rehash familiar YA plotlines, but no. It’s utterly different and new. Dare I say, super fresh! (…No, I won’t say that because it’s true, but dang, I sound like a cheeseball.)

The characters of Rachel and Riley are also fantastic. I love that Lillis sidesteps any gender tropes with them. Rachel and Riley don’t play into gender roles. Like at all. It’s not, “Oh Rachel, is more of a guy and Riley’s kind of girly.” They’re simply people and it is so damned refreshing. AND, they’re people I like. I enjoy Rachel’s empathy with villains in her favorite series and her love of grammar. I love Riley’s talent of glass mosaics.

And honestly they’re kind of the cutest when they are trying muy, muy hard to stop loving each other. It only exacerbates their “symptoms,” and led to me being all “D’awwww.”

~You will feel ALL the things with We Won’t Feel A Thing.~

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5.0 étoiles sur 5 The Fight for True Love 15 août 2014
Par Michael F. Albro - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This was a great book, but it's definitely the weirdest romance novel I've ever read. I've never seen two main characters more desperate not to fall for each other. This isn't just a love story; or rather a don't-want-to-be-in-love story. It's also part science fiction and part fantasy with a little psychology textbook thrown in. Reading about not just Riley and Rachel's relationship, but also that of the other couples in the book was fascinating. And, of course, I was rooting for true love to win out the whole time.

This reminds me of the books I used to read in high school English class. I could easily see this book on the curriculum. In fact, while I was reading it, I was thinking up possible essays topics.

The best thing I liked about We Won't Feel A Thing was the scene descriptions. There's something different about the way the author writes them, something that seems sort of unconventional. Pictures just popped into my head and I felt like I was standing right there next to the characters.

I thought We Won't Feel A Thing was fantastic and J. C. Lillis' other book, How To Repair A Mechanical Heart, is going on my reading list.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Her voice is so unmistakably hers that you find yourself smiling through this weird and wonderful story, which is almost like a 4 août 2014
Par Kristen Strassel - Publié sur Amazon.com
I've read some comments from fans of Lillis' debut, How To Repair a Mechanical Heart, that are wary of reading We Won't Feel A Thing because it's a m/f romance. If you're already a fan of Lillis' writing, skipping this book would be a big mistake. Her voice is so unmistakably hers that you find yourself smiling through this weird and wonderful story, which is almost like a modern fairy tale. It's a quirky look at doing what's expected of us vs. doing what we want. We see it from three different situations: Rachel and Riley, The Woodlawns, and David. The scenarios are hilarious and some of the quips made me laugh out loud (blustering turd cannon). I also loved all the titles for things that Lillis created, the band names, the songs, the Girlybake oven. No detail was overlooked in the creation of this book. Overall, a fun read that makes you think about what it is you really want.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 Feelings galore 9 avril 2014
Par Sofia - Publié sur Amazon.com
Instead of not feeling a thing, I ended up feeling quite a bit while I read this. The writing immediately gave me a surreal feeling like watching one of those quirky films where that something extra indicates that the whole story is more interested in conveying ideas, emotions, feelings than in reality and veracity.
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