ePUB Something in Between read – Book, Kindle eBook or DOC

SUMMARY Something in Between

Ll college scholarshipAnd then everything shatters A national scholar award invitation compels her parents to reveal the truth their visas expired years ago Her entire family is illegal That means. This book was everything As a Filipino American I have never read a book about my culture until this This book proves that representation matters I related to all the Filipino parts I loved the use of Tagalog words and Filipino food throughout the novel One of my favorite uotes was when Jasmine described her brother as being louder and dramatic than anybody else which really means something when you come from a Filipino family 40 That is so damn true Thank you so much Melissa de la Cruz for writing this book I ve been waiting for her to write another book about the Filipino experience and this book couldn t have been any timely It perfectly encapsulates the experiences undocumented immigrants go through I really felt Jasmine s frustrationOverall this is a must read for young adults in today s world and hopefully this book can inspire future leaders to make positive changes in regards to immigration

READ ✓ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ì Melissa de la Cruz

Something in Between

No scholarships maybe no college at all and the very real threat of deportation But Jasmine won't give up Because when the rules you lived by no longer apply the only thing to do is make up your ow. 042016A book about Filipino immigrants Heck yeah count me in

Melissa de la Cruz Ì 8 REVIEW

Jasmine de los Santos has always done what’s expected of her Pretty and popular she’s studied hard made her Filipino immigrant parents proud and is ready to reap the rewards in the form of a fu. Such a relevant important read Blew through it Here s my full booktalk


10 thoughts on “Something in Between

  1. says:

    Such a relevant important read Blew through it Here's my full booktalk

  2. says:

    Hands down Something in Between is the best YA contemporary book of the year If you’re only familiar with Melissa de la Cruz’s fantasy and paranormal books I’m going to put a huge disclaimer this is drastically different than her previous works It is her best yet She came back to her original roots which is realistic fiction ala chick lit where the stakes are higherSomething in Between follows the story of Jasmine de los Sa

  3. says:

    355 starsThere are bits of this book that I LOVE and bits that I don't I really do think so many people need to read it and that it's such an important story to come out right before the election WE NEED MORE STORIES LIKE THIS Especially from #ownvoices Thank you Melissa for sharing this story that is so similar to your own and for showing a different side of things to many people that wouldn't otherwise know

  4. says:

    i'm absolutely in love with this to finally read a book where i can actually say this character is me her family

  5. says:

    This book was everything As a Filipino American I have never read a book about my culture until this This book proves that representation matters I related to all the Filipino parts I loved the use of Tagalog words and Filipino food t

  6. says:

    I received this on a read to review basis from NetGalley in exchange for an honest review Thank you to the author

  7. says:

    Loved it

  8. says:

    042016A book about Filipino immigrants? Heck yeah count me in

  9. says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Harleuin UK Limited and NetGalley “I don’t know I don’t know what’s going to happen” This was a YA contemporary story about a girl who found out that she was living in the US illegallyI felt uite sorry for Jasmine in this story as she had her whole future planned out only to discover that things weren’t going to go to plan at all

  10. says:

    I was kind of hoping that Something In Between will be my very first international YA novel with a Filipino for a main character but Jasmine even though she was born in the Philippines is completely an American at heart and I do not blame her because it’s where she grew up It’s where she has established her everything her life her dreams