Seventeen-year-old Kia barely survived her parents’ divorce several years ago. Now her mom is in the hospital battling cancer and Kia is stuck with. Seventeen-year-old art student Kia has just moved in with her non-custodial father in New York City because her mother’s unspecified cancer has reached the. THICKER THAN WATER by Carla Jablonski Forced to move in with her single father, Kia finds he’s more involved with his work than.
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I couldn’t finish it. To be honest i didnt like this book at al it was sorta wierd and with the vamp thing. The main character really should have known better.
Refresh and try again. Farla call it siring? Apr 07, Michelle. They don’t judge her, but just welcome her and support her. It was just so weird and creepy. Her old friends don’t understand her new scene but Kia is drawn in and finds acceptance. But then wateg is the human brain for you, when its hticker in pain it shuts down and makes the person believe things jblonski aren’t real just to give the person comfort.
It’s like he doesn’t even know how to be a dad because he’s so absorbed in his work. As a story in all it was pretty good. Please try again later. I’ve read books before where the vampires are fake, but this one really put me off for some reason.
Oct 09, Ailene rated it it was ok. I would, however defintiely recommend this book to a friend. Books by Carla Jablonski. Account Options Sign in.
So on the realistic side the book handles cutting fairly well. I mean, don’t get me wrong, the book was amazing, but the ending kind of fell flat. Dec 04, Brittney. Despite the subject matter, it stayed pretty tame and vague with most of Kia’s forays into the darker side of the scene, although her cutting may be too intense for younger readers.
Highschool read and I loved it more than I possibly should. They are mere backdrops and hardly fleshed out even though there is some “hey let’s get into Wicca” moments with the three of them when they start their own coven of sorts, except, it’s not. Their faces looked like matching moons, shining in the now-dark park, illuminated by the old-fashioned streetlamps just overhead. If you’re looking for a fantasy book this isn’t caela you. Whenever I would feel alone, I would skim through hticker pages and instantly feel relieved to know I was not.
The first book a read when I decided to get into reading, and it was a terrible start. Shutting out watee close friends from school, missing school and not visiting her mother much. Stay in Touch Sign up. Sep 13, Librariann rated it liked it Shelves: It gets somethings right about goth and vampire lifestylers but lots is woefully inaccurate. And then came the end, which was so much of a letdown that it was on par with the “And insert main character’s name woke up and realized it had all been a dream” Yeah-that disappointing.
Kia is both a likeable and an unlikeable character. Over all it was an enjoyable read with a bad ending. This is not a good book because of a few different things: Please know that I’m not mocking cutting as much as how it is usually written about.
Read it Forward Read it first. As her mom becomes weaker and weaker, Kia immerses jjablonski deeper into the vampire culture, though she doesn’t quite understand all of it.
Thicker Than Water by Carla Jablonski
I’m not a real vampire. Aug 18, Brittanie rated it did not like it Recommends it for: She finds this escape with a group of people acting out a dark fantasy.
A younger age would have been more believable for me. There’s no way you’ll find jabloski big group of goths in Highschool, you’ll be lucky if you even find one.
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And though it was kinda his whole life “buisiness”, what is the thickee of pretending to be a fricking vampire?!?! Also by Carla Jablonski. A bit of a let downI think. Want to Read saving…. I picked up the hardback version in my school library about a day ago. Damon is very important and respected member of this vampire world, and just knowing that he’s chosen Kia, singled her out as his own, gives Kia a thickeer.
Plus, Kia’s first night at the club introduces her to Damon, a captivating vampire DJ. Thicker Than Water by Carla Jablonski.
Jan 11, Pages Young Adult. Kia, 17, befriends a group of friends who are part of a subculture in New York City that role-plays as vampires. Forced to move in with her single father, Kia finds he Because the above does have some snark in it. She is thann Pages: