Solstice High

Solstice High It s the first day of school at prestigious Solstice High Seniors Matt Rochelle Daphne and Jonas each have a big surprise waiting for them When the four friends undergo a freak accident they begin

  • Title: Solstice High
  • Author: Ardash Vartparonian
  • ISBN: 9781612045993
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Paperback
  • It s the first day of school at prestigious Solstice High Seniors Matt, Rochelle, Daphne and Jonas each have a big surprise waiting for them When the four friends undergo a freak accident, they begin to develop superhuman abilities and come to realize that all is not as it seems within the bleak walls of their high school While dealing with the day to day challenges ofIt s the first day of school at prestigious Solstice High Seniors Matt, Rochelle, Daphne and Jonas each have a big surprise waiting for them When the four friends undergo a freak accident, they begin to develop superhuman abilities and come to realize that all is not as it seems within the bleak walls of their high school While dealing with the day to day challenges of being teenagers, they must also confront their sinister principal, Mr Devlin, who seems to have than just education on his agenda.

    • Best Download [Ardash Vartparonian] ☆ Solstice High || [Biography Book] PDF ↠
      355 Ardash Vartparonian
    • thumbnail Title: Best Download [Ardash Vartparonian] ☆ Solstice High || [Biography Book] PDF ↠
      Posted by:Ardash Vartparonian
      Published :2019-08-04T02:30:15+00:00

    About "Ardash Vartparonian"

    1. Ardash Vartparonian

      Ardash Vartparonian was born in London but raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina At the age of 18 he began his debut novel, Solstice High, and continued writing throughout his last year of school and first year of university, where he moved back to the UK to study English Literature at Edinburgh University Now a fourth year student, Ardash enjoys going out with his friends, watching horror movies and reading fantasy books while trying to keep up with his university work.

    539 thoughts on “Solstice High”

    1. I can't believe I'm saying this about an urban fantasy book, it was great.Rochelle, Daphne, Jonas, and Matt happen to be outside of the gym change rooms and saw a sign saying do not enter. Of course, they take it as a dare which they will live to regret, kind of. They all develop different super powers and need to learn how to control their now found powers. Control, something teens have a hard time doing in the best situations. LOL!Not only did they need to learn how to learn to control their p [...]


    2. My LikesI thought this was an interesting book overall. It was really different and not what I expected, especially with the characters. I really liked the whole Paranormal-ish aspect of the book and thought it brought a very interesting twist to the story. In this book, we have four main characters and we get the pov of each one of the them. Matt and Rochelle were my favorites of the four. One day the four walk into a room at the school, which had some kind of a gas leak, and BAM, they each dev [...]


    3. Solstice High by Ardash VartparonianDani’s Rating: 4.5 starsOverall Rating: 4.5 stars This review, along with an Author Interview with Ardash can be found at:awalkonwords/2013 Dani’s Review:Thanks so much to the author for providing us a copy of this novel in exchange for our fair and honest review.Solstice High is Ardash Vartparonian’s debut novel. It is the story of four friends who are forced to take a burden heavier than their shoulders can carry. When Matt, Rochelle, Daphne, and Jonas [...]


    4. 3.5 starsSolstice High is like Twilight Zone meets Gossip Girl. Think contemporary, current setting with some bitchy characters, give them paranormal powers and you will get the picture.My Recap:Four friends accidently stumble into someplace they should not be and inhale gas which gives them superhuman abilities. They now have to get to the bottom of what happened and try to obstruct their principal’s evil plans. You thought high school was hard? Try adding in invisible people, shape shifters [...]


    5. 2.5 stars Did I enjoy this book: I’m ambivalent.The plot is sort of fun – think X-men + Twilight: superpowers with an angsty high school twist. I read to the end because I was invested enough to need to know the outcome, but I felt it could have been written much more succinctly (I kept checking to see how many pages I had left to read). I think the biggest issue I had was with point of view. It’s difficult to master writing a novel in a voice that’s not your own, and Vartparonian had no [...]


    6. Reading Solstice High was an interesting experience for me. As a grandmother, my high school years are long past but I have a not quite 17-year-old granddaughter going through the angst, misery, insecurity and social anxieties which seem an inevitable part of the high school experience. No matter who you are or what family you come from, no one is comfortable in his or her own skin at that age. You have to make decisions affecting the rest of your life, yet you are completely unready to make tho [...]


    7. ORIGINAL REVIEW AT: LITTLE BOOK STARRATE: 3.5 stars out of 5Solstice High was an interesting and nice read. It’s about four high school seniors (Rochelle, Matt, Jonas and Daphne) getting a superhuman power after breathing in a gas in the P.E. office. It’s up to them to figure out what that gas is and why it was stored in their school. I had some ups and downs with the book, but the ups were greater than the downs. What I didn’t like is that it was really hard to tell on who was telling the [...]


    8. Honestly, I kept going back and forth on this one. Ardash Vartparonian kept swapping the point of view between the main four heroes, which really worked for me. It let me see into each character’s head and also allowed the story to progress forward on the plot line. However, I noticed pretty quickly that I had favorites and not-so favorites. I had a really hard time connecting with, even liking, Rochelle as I found her shallow, vain, and not contributing to the group as a whole. Plus, her frie [...]


    9. Review also posted at Ja čitam, a ti? Honestly I didn't know what to expect of this book. I was afraid that I won't like it because of the age of the characters but then again this is urban fantasy, so I decided to give it a try. I'm glad for that. This started like some of typical stories from my childhood. Kids find something strange at school and they decide to go and see what's that without calling for help and all that leads to something bigger and more dangerous. After discovering somethi [...]


    10. First let me say it was refreshing to read a YA book actually written by a young age author, At the time this book was written Ardash was actually in the YA age. Solstice High was a fast read with likable characters.I liked that there were four leads instead of just the usual two. Two girls and two boys. The story was told from each of their POVs by chapter. With four narrators that can be risky, thankfully all of their voices are distinct. You can tell whose narrating even without their names b [...]


    11. This is a great YA novel the characters are funny and the chemistry between them is authentic as you would expect 4 best friends with very different personalities. You have your typical "man with a plan" / jock Jonas, Queen of the school Rochelle, you have your gay-diva Matt and your sullen/depressed/ angry Daphne. Their friendship is put to the test when they are trapped in the schools locker room and exposed to some strange gas. Read the rest of my review on July 17 when the Solstice High virt [...]


    12. Ardash Vartparonian pens "Solstice High" with different narrators for each chapter which makes the reading exciting and original. The author's characters were well developed and a bit of an "different" bunch with great chemistry between them it all worked out. I loved this book and really had a hard time putting it down. Highly recommended for all YA and not so YA readers.This review is based on a complimentary copy from the author which was provided for an honest review.


    13. Pick up a copy even if your not sure just pick it up cause you would be quiet surprised just like I was. I am really glad I was sent a copy of this book for read & review as it has become one of m faves this year so far.


    14. Fast-paced and Supernatural PackedI received this book from the author for an honest review.The GoodThis book dives into 4 different POV's for the main characters through rotating chapters. Matt is the first character that we get to see. He is an out-of-the closet gay teenager that hates math. Daphne was the next chapter's narrator and she is a bit on the grumpy side, intelligent with red hair and emerald eyes. Rochelle followed next, and this girl is fiesty. She is a bomshell and is the Queen B [...]



    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *