When Gianna wakes up on a cloud, she is disoriented yet fascinated. She thinks she's only dreaming until she gets a storm of paper planes—"They're thoughts of people who remember," a man on another cloud tells her—each pleading for her not to leave. The man tells her these planes are the key to get out of there, and while she thinks it's hard to believe, she decides everything is worth trying if it meant finding her way back home.
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About the Author
Tara, who often refers to herself as a wannabe novelist, started becoming enamored with fiction at the age of nine. She liked summers then, because summers meant she could write stories on the unused pages of her notebooks—some of which her mother had actually kept as mementos. She began publishing fiction for public consumption in 2004, posting her pieces on various online channels like fan forums and Blogspot, eventually exploring other avenues like Livejournal, Soomp!, Tumblr, and most recently, Wattpad. Aside from her obvious love affair with words and persistent muses, Tara is very passionate about being caffeinated, certain genres of music, dancing, dogs (though she has yet to own one again), good food, and her brand new ukelele. Most days, you’ll be able to find her working as a producer and creative director for a small advertising and events firm in Pasig City. Fun fact: She’s a Piscean. Go figure.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
OH MY GOD. This story was so beautifully executed with the most touching story of the in-between that I can think of, filled with so much imagination that made me think of pastel colors and this one amazing artist, Qing Han. It was just so mystical and touched every single button in me when it comes to heart and fantasy. Many POVs are told from seemingly unrelated characters (but we all know they're related somehow) and although I stumbled in the beginning to get a hang of the change in scene, eventually, as each twist and turn revealed itself, the story became even more enticing. I can't believe how beautiful this was, it was just so... wow. WOW. WOOOOOOOW. The characters all had their dramas and faults but Gianna and Sky were the most enjoyable, mostly because they felt so pure even when they still had their negative thoughts and turmoil. I couldn't hate anyone, but I was very angry with G's parents and 'other' for making it harder on her and- UGH! They're the only ones to bring up my ire, especially because I couldn't fault them for being the way they were. T_T This is such a hard recommend for me. The story just kept me turning the page, falling for all the stories and seeing them stitched together. I shed more than a few tears, and this left me in such a good mood. I can't find myself to think that anyone would NOT like this. I demand to see this in an art exhibit. And a movie. Please! Please? PLEASE??