Oh My Stars

Oh My Stars

by Lorna Landvik
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Oh My Stars 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 31 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is beautifully written and a great evolving story. i love stories about people with afflictions(i myself have a problem) and see how life could change in a split of a dime. This Author had wrote everything exact and summed up all the stories. its by far now my favorite book. whoever reads this wont be sorry.trust me. its very entertaining and once i started reading i could not stop. All the characters sucked me in and i wont forget this book 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I'm not sure why people said this so sad,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Lorna Landvik's writing, and this book is no exception. It is really great, but a bit depressing. I don't mean to sound rude about other crippled people, but I think I would have enjoyed Violet's character more if she still had her arm. I know the book might have not been the same and as great as it is now, and that losing an arm to the machines back then was very common, but I kind of struggled to relate to the loss of her arm. Maybe if she had paralyzed it, which is sort of the same idea, I could've understood her pain on a deeper level. I think the constant use of the word "stump" made it sound kind of ridiculous. I really don't mean to offend any people in that condition, though! This is just my opinion on the book. But really overall it was great! Patty Jane's House of Curl and Angry Housewives Eaing Bon Bons are still my favorite of Lorna's books, though.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I read this book solely because of the author. I liked it but found that is was pretty slow and sad.The characters were real and I was intereted in their lives but it was just a little too slow for me
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Good story got a little long and boring in some plces. It has a few vulgar words that show up unexpectedly. Did not care for that.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lovely book
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This book is an excellent read. Characters are real.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
The first 150 pages or so were wonderful. The character of Violet was being developed and she was growing up despite her difficult childhood. But once Kjel brought her home, the story lost something. There were too many new characters and there were too many unnecessary peripheral stories to the main plot. I thought the entire book could have been tightened up and shortened. Also, there wasn't enough build up to some very important happenings - the KKK, for one. And, there wasn't enough information about her struggle not only with her sewing and drawing after her accident, but everyday things like getting dressed. The STRUGGLE part wasn't there. So, though I'm asking for more, I'm also asking for less.