Solo

Solo Eliana Davis is no stranger to moving from one place to another but moving in the middle of the school year to the small town where her parents grew up is something she never thought would happen Kno

  • Title: Solo
  • Author: Sarah Schofield
  • ISBN: 9781466280632
  • Page: 272
  • Format: Paperback
  • Eliana Davis is no stranger to moving from one place to another, but moving in the middle of the school year to the small town where her parents grew up is something she never thought would happen Knowing she will only be there the year her dad is deployed, Eliana is torn between letting people in or keeping to herself Will she listen to her heart or keep flying solo

    Solo A Star Wars Story Directed by Ron Howard With Alden Ehrenreich, Woody Harrelson, Emilia Clarke, Donald Glover During an adventure into the criminal underworld, Han Solo meets his future co pilot Chewbacca and encounters Lando Calrissian years before joining the Rebellion. Clean Bandit Solo feat Demi Lovato Official Video May , Category Music Song Solo feat Demi Lovato Artist Clean Bandit Album Solo feat Demi Lovato Writers Demi Lovato, Scott Cutler, Anne Preven Solo Aug , Directed by Hugo Stuven With Alain Hernndez, Aura Garrido, Ben Temple, Leticia Etala After falling by a cliff on a desert beach, a seriously injured surfer starts a lonely fight to survive against the merciless nature. Solo Definition of Solo at Dictionary Solo definition, a musical composition or a passage or section in a musical composition written for performance by one singer or instrumentalist, with or without accompaniment She sang a solo Solo Definition of Solo by Merriam Webster Solo definition is a musical composition for a single voice or instrument with or without accompaniment How to use solo in a sentence. Solo definition of solo by The Free Dictionary When a Sunday school superin tendent makes his customary little speech, a hymn book in the hand is as necessary as is the inevitable sheet of music in the hand of a singer who stands forward on the platform and sings a solo at a concert though why, is a mystery for neither the hymn book nor the sheet of music is ever referred to by the sufferer. JENNIE SOLO M V YouTube Nov , Category Music Song SOLO Artist JENNIE Album SOLO Licensed to YouTube by YG Entertainment Inc on behalf of YG ENTERTAINMENT CMRRA, LatinAutor UMPG, LatinAutor, ASCAP, UNIAO BRASILEIRA DE Solo A Star Wars Story Rotten Tomatoes Solo is a good old fashioned Star Wars adventure unlike the travesty that was The Last Jedi The story follows the exploits of a young Han Solo who joins up with a band of mercenaries to help Solo This disambiguation page lists articles associated with the title Solo If an internal link led you here, you may wish to change the link to point directly to the intended article. Slo o solo Diccionario de Dudas Slo, cuando equivala al adverbio solamente , sola estar acentuado para diferenciarlo del adjetivo solo, sin tilde, que significa sin compaa o en soledad.Actualmente, se admite el uso de solo, sin acentuacin, tanto en el sentido de solamente como en el sentido de sin compaa.

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    1. Sarah Schofield

      Solo is Sarah Schofield s debut novel She enjoys life in Bend, Oregon with her husband and two children When she is not working on her next novel, she is relaxing in the great outdoors, reading books, and cleaning food off the ceiling To learn about Sarah, visit her website at SarahSchofieldBooks.

    925 thoughts on “Solo”

    1. Eliana Davis is no stranger to moving house a lot as her dad is in the army and she has never lived anywhere for more than a few years. She has grown to love her current home in California however, and is devastated to learn that her dad is being posted overseas so her and her mum are going to live with her grandparents in the small town of Myrtle Creek in Oregon. Eliana knows that she is only going to be living there for a year, so she doesn’t want to get too close to anyone and she most cert [...]


    2. WOW!!!!! That is about all I can say to sum this book up. Expertly written and very entertaining, it had everything from first love, to bullying. Dancing to baseball, and everything in between. I felt a connection to the characters of this book that I have not felt in any other book that I have ever read. The connection is probably due to the fact that none of the characters were superhuman, none of them had the ability to make perfect decisions all the time, in a word they were human. Something [...]


    3. ORIGINALLY POSTED ON THE DANCING READER, a YA book blog. thedancingreaderreviewsspTitle: SoloAuthor: Sarah SchofieldRelease Date: December 17, 2011Publisher: CreateSpacePages: 272, Paperback (Read: Kindle eBook, thanks Sarah!)I was beyond excited when Sarah sent this copy for me to review/read for pleasure. I had talked to Sarah a lot on Twitter. She's the one of the kindest authors I know, so receiving a copy of her debut novel was extremely fabulous. Not only was it a contemporary, but it's al [...]


    4. I really really wanted to like this book. I really really did. And I guess I kind of did like it, because I read until the end. If I'd have read this book when I was thirteen, I'd have sighed and given it a 5 star rating, but I'm a going on eighteen and I now know the craft of writing much better.It started off promising. The situation was intriguing, and I could sympathise with Eliana upon her situation. It continued to look quite promising, but there got to a point where there just weren't eno [...]


    5. I read this book in two days, not because it was short but because it was good!Every once in awhile you stumble across a book that touches your heart. A novel that uses normal life and normal situations to garner your attention. One that takes a simple thing like romance between two people, two young adults, and makes love real. And that is what I found in Solo.This book was a joy to read. It is a YA romance novel that is simply that, romance. It uses a real life situation to place a young teena [...]


    6. Amazing! :D Really Enjoyed And I Cant Wait To Read Book Two and Find Out What Else Happens To This Cheesy Couple . Id Love A Playlist To This Book! And The Nexti Know Thers History Between both there Parents And I Cant Wait To Read MoreA Good No Great Read.


    7. Solo by Sarah Schofield5 STARSI love getting to read new authors work and the surprises that are in store. Solo is a well told story that I was lost in.I love the town it was set in. My in-laws are from that area so I could picture the area pretty good.Eliana two months left in the school year gets told that her dad is called to deploy for a year and that she and her mom where going to move in with her parents for that year in Oregon.Eliana is having a hard time with the move to small town and d [...]


    8. Hold Me Closer Tiny DancerA very fun read! The protagonist, Eliana Davis, epitomizes the melodramatic teenage years that we have all lived through. She worries about what the other students in her new school think of her, she spends hours searching for the perfect dress for prom, and she obsesses over the cute boy on the baseball team. What sets this book apart from other coming of age stories (and a main reason that I was so enthralled), is the way Sarah Schofield translates Eliana into a relat [...]


    9. i loved the way this book was written. can not wait till the next one to be released. i thought it was very well written and had alot of thought put into it. my only question is what has the hostory between Elainas mom and Lucas' parents been like i am kind of curiours. i really loved the way the relationshil between Elaina and Lucas. it was a bumpy ride for them. but they have a funny cute relationship that i could kill to have. if i was put in Elaina's situation with sophie i would have probab [...]


    10. I was very impressed with the quality of the writing and the depth of the characters in Solo. The author has captured the essence of young love in a very endearing, funny and relatable way. I laughed out loud so many times while reading this book my eight year old kept asking what was so funny and I would read the paragraph to him and we would both laugh. I enjoyed this book immensely and could not put it down. This is a must read and I can’t wait to read more about Eliana and Lucas in Duo!


    11. I really enjoyed this book. It would have been a 5-star but the author (view spoiler)[ did not reveal why Eliana's grandmother did not like her. Nor why Lucas' father and Eliana's mother disliked each other. I could guess but I felt it should have been resolved in this book. Hopefully the author will do so in the sequel. Also the book needs to be re-edited for misspelled words. Other than that it was good debut book. (hide spoiler)]




    12. #1. I couldn't connect with the narrator. The writing style was a bitoff. It wasn't the kind of reading I like, the dialogue was very unimpressive and juvenile, like a teenager wrote it.#2. Eliana. An exotic creature from Southern California now living in a place where there are farms, who was too damn perfect!Perfect body, talented at everything, from replying in fluent Spanish to making (really bad and lame) jokes, from being a fantastic dancer to having an exceptional relationship with her mo [...]


    13. I told myself I would stop reading books about teenage girls. Being in my early twenties I thought like this would be the perfect time to start reading more adult books. HAR HAR HAR. This book was predictable. Military brat doesn't trust anyone or want to get close to anyone because she moves a lot. Moves to a small town where she is too cool because she is from California, gets the most popular girls hating her for no reason, meets a boy but even though she is super attracted to him doesn't go [...]


    14. I really enjoyed this book. Alot of YA books tend to be extremely cliche and painful to read but this is not one of them. Sure some of the characters/story lines are typical but they're so well executed it doesn't matter. I loved how Eliana and Lucas's relationship developed. Instead of the usual she saw a hot guy and all of a sudden fell in love, we got to see how they came to like each other. I loved all the other relationships Eliana had aswell, like with her family, they were all so real and [...]


    15. This was a really good debut novel. It is pretty predictable, but it is light, easy reading. The main character, Eliana is a military brat who moves around a lot. She and her mother actually move from California to Oregon to live with Eliana's grandparents while her father is deployed. The move takes place in the middle of her sophomore year of high school. She makes friends, enemies, and falls in love. Like I said predictable, but it is still a really good book. I was most impressed with the st [...]


    16. Not the best plot but an enjoyable teenage read. Eliana goes through normal teenage problems; Mean popular girls, crushes, a fan of boys and settling in a new town while deciding how to live life; as a solo or surrounded by people who make you laugh? She starts off ignoring insults from popular girl, Sasha but it doesn't help when she has her only friend, Casey, on a leash, pulling her everywhere she goes. Having Sasha's creepy boyfriend like her and Elaina's crush seems to be interested in her [...]


    17. Dear God So much Mary Sue. So much, so much the main character described her own eyes as "light emerald green [with a] faint bluish cast". The book begins with her parents telling her (weeping included) that she is going to be moving. The plot trudges into her hating the new small town and drags through her school day, where she is a super-smart student *shudder* and identifies the "popular" crowd because they laugh as they enter the classroom-- and she's right.I stopped there. I just couldn't h [...]


    18. Well written, good pacing and interesting main characters.y recommend for ya contemporary reading fans!GR summary: "As a military brat, Eliana Davis is no stranger to moving from place to place. However, moving in the middle of her sophomore year to the small Oregon town where her parents grew up is something she never expected. Knowing she will only be there for a year, she is torn between making new friends or keeping to herself. Will she listen to her heart or keep flying solo?"


    19. Absolutely love this book, I've read it so many times I've lost count!I think my most favourite thing about this is how much I can relate to events in school, such as other girls that you just don't get along with.Plus, I like the fact that the relationship developed in this book is where the two characters don't always rely on each other and events sill happen with them as individuals, it's not one of those books filled with the two characters spending every waking moment with each other.Cannot [...]


    20. This was a mediocre book at best. The electronic version was full of editing and spelling errors, which I can look past if the writing is generally good. But the main character was lukewarm and more than a little wishy washy. She spent half the time being curt with or downright rude to her love interest, then feeling all bad about it because of how much she liked him. The story had potential, but the writing failed to really bring it to life.


    21. I would have liked this a ton more if there hadn't been swear words, some iffy situations, and typos. I can understand one "causally" dating, but two times? Yikes! There were three other typos, but the typos didn't bother me near as much as the swear words and the hotel night, where thankfully nothing happened. I like that the mother and daughter had such a good relationship, but I think she was way too easy on her daughter.


    22. I wanted to give this 4 stars but it kind of felt like nothing major happened here. Not don't get me wrong; there's nothing bad about that. It is refreshing to read a book with very little drama in it. However, it just seemed to miss that little something extra to make me really fall in love with it. Regardless, the characters were great and the writing was smooth. Apparently there is a sequel coming out and I am definitely looking forward to that. I can't wait to find out what happens next!


    23. I don't know this just wasn't my cup of tea. I thought the writing could use some improvement - the characters were stilted, and it wasn't clear why Eliana and Lucas liked each other in the first place (other than looks.) Also, there are some plot devices that were never resolved - the issues between Eliana's mom and Lucas's dad are never explained. There were also quite a few typos - "peeked" instead of "piqued," "too" instead of "to," and leaving words out.


    24. I love reading a story through the eyes of a teenager it makes me remember the times where things were easy yet you struggled so much with decisions that needed to be made. I think that Sarah Schofield really stepped out with this one and it was a really good book. I also love the idea that Eliana understood the life of being a military brat. I am not sure that she was much of a brat herself but it was a pretty good book.


    25. This book was really good but I had a major problem with this book. It said it was free on my nookcolor but when I bought it, it charged me $2.99!!!! That's a big difference. I was so mad but I was happy I bought this becuz it was really good but I'm going to give BN some adviceDON'T YOU EVER, EVER DO THAT TO ME AGAIN. OR I'M GOING TO WRITE A VERY UGLY LETTER TO YOU-janysa


    26. I enjoyed this book! The story is predictable, but in a good way. Although this isn't a vampire book, there are definite echos of Twilight in the plot. It's full of high school drama with some funny and entertaining situations. It's a quick and easy read that's really enjoyable! The author's blog notes the sequel will be released later this Summer. I'll be looking for it!


    27. This was a very simple, fun read. It was a typical, teenage romance with fairly typical teenage drama. What set this book apart for me was the characters the author created and way she drew me into the world of Eliana. I really liked her and didn't want the journey with her to end. (Good thing for me there's a sequel coming!)


    28. 3.5 Stars good and I am looking forward to the next book. I felt like this book could have had a better climax, there was no real build up or progression. However, there were great characters and emotions illustrated through the tale.


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