Soaring Through Stars

Soaring Through Stars I live in the in between Between holding on and letting go Hurt clings to me Hope teases me Home I can t explain it but sometimes I just want to go home Talia and Jesse Vanderbilt have escaped a chi

  • Title: Soaring Through Stars
  • Author: Rajdeep Paulus
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  • Page: 175
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  • I live in the in between Between holding on and letting go Hurt clings to me Hope teases me Home I can t explain it, but sometimes, I just want to go home Talia and Jesse Vanderbilt have escaped a childhood full of abuse, and when they have a chance to put their father behind bars, setbacks arise from every direction The siblings can t help but consider the option I live in the in between Between holding on and letting go Hurt clings to me Hope teases me Home I can t explain it, but sometimes, I just want to go home Talia and Jesse Vanderbilt have escaped a childhood full of abuse, and when they have a chance to put their father behind bars, setbacks arise from every direction The siblings can t help but consider the option to walk away and move on with their lives.Then someone unexpected brings his own secrets, forcing the Vanderbilt teens to revisit their pasts and rethink their plans Through it all, Lagan and Talia s Post it love story blossoms, while Jesse and Summer hit roadblocks From the award winning author of Swimming Through Clouds and Seeing Through Stones comes a powerful story of freedom and belonging in this final book of the young adult trilogy that began with an invitation on a little Post it note.

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    About "Rajdeep Paulus"

    1. Rajdeep Paulus

      Rajdeep decided to be a writer during her junior year in high school after her English teacher gave her an F but told her she had potential She studied English Literature at Northwestern University, and she writes masala marinated, Young Adult Fiction, blogging weekly at InSearchofWaterfalls dot com.When Paulus is not tapping on her Mac, you can find her dancing with her four princesses, kayaking with her hubs, coaching basketball or eating dark chocolate while sipping a frothy, sugar free latte She secretly hopes to one day own a laptop that functions under water Oops The secret s out.

    865 thoughts on “Soaring Through Stars”

    1. *I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for an honest review.*What is there to say about this book? It was a perfect conclusion. The characters were as beautiful as ever and the story just as compelling. So let me share a few of my thoughts. What I love about this book is that there isn't just some easy fix to all of Talia and Jesse's problems. They've finally gotten out from under their abusive father and are working to build lives of their own, but the scars he's given them are far d [...]


    2. Soaring Through Stars is the final book in a trilogy, following Swimming Through Clouds and Seeing Through Stones, and you really do need to read all three books in order. In fact, even giving an accurate book description will effectively give a spoiler for the first two books but I’ll try.The trilogy is the story of Talia and Jesse Vanderbilt, daughter and son of famous Chicago lawyer Gerard Vanderbilt the man who killed their mother through control, abuse and neglect, and now controls his ch [...]


    3. As the third book in the Swimming Through Stones series by Rajdeep Paulus, this book did not disappoint. It continues right where the last book left off and we continue to learn about all these wonderful characters. I will admit, this book wasn't as fantastic as the first two, only because I felt a distinct lack of romance, but besides that it was terrific. My favorite aspect of this book was by far the familial aspect. We finally get some closure to the lawsuit against Talia's father and we get [...]


    4. This book tugs at your heartstrings. I wish it wasn't overThe conclusion to this whole series was indeed great. Now I just wish it wasn't over. I thought the way the book ended was bittersweet, but a happy ending definitely awaits. I'll miss all these characters, especially Lagan (he's definitely in the top 5 of my book boyfriend list). This series is quite different from anything I've read and I'll miss it. I definitely recommend it


    5. A trifecta. I'm so glad Rajdeep Paulus gave us another installment in the story of the Vanderbilt siblings. While Seeing Through Stones had a satisfactory ending, I wanted more of Talia, Jesse, and Lagan. The introduction of their mysterious uncle from South Africa adds intrigue. Is he a loving relative or a tool of their diabolical father? From page one, it's a tight story with deep emotion and tension.


    6. Soaring Through Stars is the third book in the Swimming Through Clouds trilogy. I really love the author's way of bringing a Christian element into the story, and it's good to see things work out so well for the characters of this heartfelt story.


    7. Talia has just moved her things out of the women's shelter and is in the process of moving into her brother Jesse's apartment. While they wait for the pizza to be delivered to celebrate the fact that they are safe and together again, the police arrive and Jesse is arrested for arson and illegal possession of an armed weapon.This sets in motion the roller-coaster ride of twists and turns in this touching love story. Soaring Through Stars is rich with the message of the importance of not just roma [...]


    8. With its beautiful whirlwind plot and deeply moving prose, Soaring Through Stars is the perfect conclusion to a trilogy that has undoubtedly caused its readers to work their way through many, many tissue boxes.Jesse and Talia face even more challenges as they prepare for the ultimate confrontation with their father. As if they already haven’t suffered through enough pain, Gerard Vanderbilt seems determined to break his children’s spirits. While the Vanderbilt teens struggle to find their way [...]


    9. What I really enjoyed about this novel was the feeling of hope and happy conclusion. I think this book gives us the best of endings for the Vanderbilt siblings, and all of their friends. Again in this book we follow more of Jesse's personal story. I think for him dealing with what's happened to him has been the hardest. He seemed to struggle with anger the most but the good thing is despite his struggles, and hardships he found a way to be happy--and that made me happy. It made it worth reading [...]


    10. Soaring Through Stars is the third installment in Rajdeep Paulus's trilogy and her best writing yet. The continued heart breaking story of Talia and her brother Jesse, the abuse they've suffered, and the break they can't seem to get is painful and full of despair. You'll be turning page after page desperate to help these struggling teens, longing to come alongside them, to offer a hand in hopes they may triumph in their struggles. But you won't have to, because Paulus introduces an eclectic mix [...]


    11. Soaring Through Stars is an amazing read. Paulus keeps you on the edge of your seat, as in the first two books of the series,with the POV alternating from Talia's to Jesse's perspectives. These young characters have grown so much, and continue to grow in this final book of the series. The reader can't help but get caught up in the plight of the main characters, and also Talia's and Jesse's significant others. My only regret is that I won't get to read any more about these strong and intriguing c [...]


    12. Yes, your heart soars as you finish this journey with Talia and Lagan, and there is utter satisfaction with the way Paulus has completed this trilogy back where it started, except Talia now has clarity and peace. Did I mention, how Lagan is coming up nicely as quite the dreamboat?! Paulus writes beautifully, and has from day one, pulled me along this journey of pain, abuse, fear, and then new hope. More, please!!


    13. Soaring Through Stars is a story of finding peace even after the most destructive of storms. It tells us that a simple sticky note can be the sun that shines over the horizon when given with a smile and a real intention to help. I admire the strength of Talia, Jesse, and everyone else who were brave enough to help them. Nice work!Full review on my book blog: bibliophilesoprano.wordpress. (Will be up on April 24, 2015!)



    14. The third book in this trilogy, Soaring Through Stars picks up right where Seeing Through Stones left off. If you haven’t read the first two books yet, I strongly recommend doing so.After finishing each of the first two books in this series, I felt the need to take a break and read something different to alleviate the heavy issues that they deal with. Sometimes when you do this, though, it’s easy to lose the storyline and forget what previously happened. But one of Paulus’s strengths is th [...]


    15. Throughout Soaring Through Stars, Rajdeep Paulus has almost every chapter narrated by 2 different people. Their names are Jesse (Justice) and Talia Vanderbilt. Both are teens. Both kids have escaped a childhood full of abuse, and are now trying to put their father behind bars. That's when the trouble begins. The siblings have no choice but to walk away from their childhood and start a new life. Just when they think they are ready to begin, someone unexpected comes along and forces the Vanderbilt [...]


    16. Soaring Through Stars is the third book about Talia and Jesse. This one offers glimpses into their father's past.Genre: Contemporary YAWorldview: ChristianPros: Solid writing, empathetic characters, continuation of a heartfelt storyCons: The story didn't go where I thought it would, which is both a positive and a negative. Positive in that I couldn't predict it (bonus), but negative in that it didn't really take me where I was hoping the story would go. I was surprised that there was a third boo [...]


    17. Overall I really enjoyed this series. It kept me interested the whole time wanting to know what was going to happen next. I found the character of Lagan maybe a little unrealistic because I don't think a teenage boy would be that perfect and that patient but I still really enjoyed reading about all the cute things he did. I really wanted to learn more about the dad and his history and how he met their mom and everything came to be. I was hoping that would be explained in this last book but it wa [...]



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