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Also available as: Not in United States? Choose your country's store to see books available for purchase. I live in a world without magic or miracles. A place where there are no clairvoyants or shapeshifters, no angels or superhuman boys to save you. A place where people die and music disintegrates and things suck. I am pressed so hard against the earth by the weight of reality that some days I wonder how I am still able to lift my feet to walk.

Sometimes you are just in the wrong place at the wrong time. It's a story about dealing with pain, accepting your fate and moving on with your life. It's a story about letting others in on your suffering and helping you heal.

No matter how hard that might be. The two main characters made slow progress going from strangers skeptical of each other to friends There is slow burn romance here but if you are looking for steam this is not that type of book.

The emphasis of the story is on forgiving, letting go and moving on. Fans of Amy Harmon think would probably enjoy this type of story.

If you like second chance stories and slow burn romance I suggest you pick this book up and give it a chance! View all 68 comments.

Oct 09, Bibi rated it did not like it. Nastya is a twit. Josh is a caricature 3. Both sound virtually identical. Josh and Nastya were the same character, IMO. Why should I care about their class schedules or which teacher was an idiot or the high school angst?

I mean, who cares?

Nastya is a twat and I felt zero empathy sympathy for her ordeal. Not enough plot. I respect all the 5-star reviews but, I simply don't get it. View all 45 comments. I've been crying for like the last hour. Fucking shit To say this book broke me would be an understatement. I can't write a proper review at the moment because I'm an emotional wreck But I will say Once I can get my emotions in order, I will attempt at a good review.

Bravo Katja, this book topped my list. I love you I love you, not like that Review to come. Updated Review: I didn't want to finish it I wish I could experience it again but I am not sure my heart could take it just yet.

But soon, I will read it again, because I need to. And I want to. I can't get this book or the characters out of my head. I took a small nap and the last thing I thought about as tears were still coming down my face was Josh and all his gloriousness. There's a girl. And there's a boy. Both lost and broken from their pasts.

They are just trying to move through the motions and figure out where they fit in with the fucked up world that they're forced to live in. Neither of them want it, so they stay away from others as much as possible. Everyone ignores them at school, like they're some kind of freaks-and in a way they are. But they don't care being ignored because it's better than facing their reality. And the reality is this: Nastya had a traumatic event in her life and she moved away from her home and family to live with her Aunt Margot to escape to gain a new identity at a new school and to be alone where no one will acknowledge her existence.

And she likes it that way. Josh Bennett is a lost and lonely boy who lost everything. He lost his family and became alone. He has one best friend Drew who is at his side no matter what. And he's the kind of friend that he needs to keep him in line but also that will give Josh his space. He also has Drew's amazing parents and sister which you kind of hate for a bit of the book but eventually she turns out okay.

Josh sits in the courtyard at school everyday like a ghost, where no one fucks with him. No one acknowledges his existence either Once she enters his world, there's no going back. Their chemistry sizzles and it's utterly captivating and beautiful. But she doesn't open up to him right away and he doesn't either. It's a prolonging process but it's amazing. She's intrigued by the fact that not a single person other than Drew Leighton will go near him so she sticks around to solve the mystery that is Josh Fucking Bennett.

In which case, they eventually solve each other. My Thoughts: Okay, I'm still in tears when I think about this book because I didn't know what to expect coming into it when I bought it. I saw the amazing amount of raving reviews and my interest was piqued. So I bought it and even put a couple of other really awesome and amazing I might add books I was reading beforehand on hold because once I opened this book I couldn't stop.

Though it took me 2 days to read it, and I could have read it in one day, I took my time because every page was enthralling and mesmerizing. I didn't want to stop yet I didn't want to be finished just yet either.

My heart broke, my lungs burned, my eyes stung, my nose ran like a faucet. I loved everything about this book. I loved the characters. I loved the story eventhough it was really heartbreaking , I loved the banters between the characters. I loved the writing-so compelling and smooth and perfect.

I was frustrated with both Nastya and Josh at times, but my love for them never faltered because I understood why they made the choices they did. The characters Each one carried something amazing and awesome to the story.

Drew was funny and he was a great friend to both Nastya and Josh. I loved his sexual innuendos. Damn, he was a sarcastic ass, but the best kind. Mr and Mrs Leghton were great too. They really showed their caring side for Josh and really looked out for him and they were welcoming to Nastya the first time they met her. Sunday dinner at the Leighton's house was nothing short of amusing and entertaining. I felt like I was there with them.

Sarah Drew's sister , again she pissed me off but I learned to be okay with her. Tierny, I would have liked to see more of her in it but from what I did get of her was great. I could tell she cared for Drew. I wished they would get their shit together though and admit their feelings wishful thinking, I know since they are both stubborn as Hell. Nastya's parents weren't in it too much but enough to know I loved them. They went through hell at the events that took place a couple years ago with their daughter.

I can't imagine the pain they suffered. My heart broke for them. I liked Asher too. He was a protective brother to her and it made me smile, but also made me sad the reason he had to be so protective. She was such a broken soul, you didn't know if she'd ever be put back together.

I cried for her. So many tears. I cringed and sobbed and wished I could reach out and hug the ever loving shit out of her because she needed it.

But she was a strong and brave girl too. Also, I loved that she didn't put up with anyone's bull shit.

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It showed she had some respect left for herself, even if she didn't think so. Her wit was awesome! She had me laughing alot because the things that came out of her mouth was not what you were expecting.

But it was awesome! She was such an amazing and memorable character and I'll never forget her. And now, I save the best for last. Josh Bennett. The man who makes wood and buidling things the most sexiest thing in the whole damn world.

Josh fucking Bennett. God's most amazing creature. I have no idea how to put into words what I felt, feel for him. I still see him in my head and I drool, or smile or cry. All I know is if you've read this book, you understand.

And when you do read this book, you'll understand and feel the same way. He will forever have a place in my top book boyfriend list. I was mad at him at times but I always loved him because he was so broken I wished I could have pieced his soul back together and hug him and tell him it would be alright.

And then I wanted to see what else he could do with his hands beside building shit. Because Hoooooooly shit, I got a good idea what he could do. He will forever live in my heart and I will always love this boy who turned my world upside down.

It made me love him even more, as if that would be possible!! But it also made my heart break so much worse for him. The pain he suffered, I suffered. The love he felt, I felt. It felt so real and so raw and so ridiculously unbearable. Gah, I can go on and on about Josh. Everything that came out of his mouth was pure torture and pain mixed with regret and loss and love. It's a little slow in the beginning, which to me it didn't seem that way.

But it needed to be slow paced to set the plot and once it gets moving You don't want to put it down but then you don't want to finish it right away either. It was everything I need in a contemporary romance-with characters that will steal your heart and a plot that will have you turning every page, while cursing the one minute, swooning for Josh the next minute, panting the another minute, crying, begging, pleading, laughing, crying and loving!

For Josh, I'd do it again and again and again. Because seriously, where was a Josh Bennett when I was in high school?? They didn't exist. I can't believe this is Katja's first novel. It feels like she's been writing forever.

Sure it wasn't perfect but it was perfect enough for me not to care about perfect grammar or any of that. This is a book I will be reading again and again just to have my Joshy fix. And also I need the paperback copy when it's available because this baby is going on my shelf of favorites. And anyone who is wondering Yes, you need to read it. And yes, you need to read it NOW. I'm telling you, have tissues at the ready because I guarentee you will be shedding quite a few. Okay well I leave you with my favorite quotes that touched my heart.

I am so lost now, I want my friends back. I miss them already. Last night's dinner, the charred remains of my dignity, and apparently, now, my undergarments, too.

What else did I leave on Josh Bennett's bathroom floor? Maybe if I can solve him and he can solve me, we can explain each other. Maybe that's what I need. Someone to explain me.

To say fuck sanity and healing and closure. To say that I am the only thing she needs to be well and whole and alive. But we both know that's not true. And when he does, part of me is lost. But it's the part that's twisted and mangled and wrong, and for just that moment, with his hands in my hair and his lips on my mouth, I can pretend that it never existed. I need to slap myself upside the head. View all 59 comments.

I am moved beyond words. What an incredibly moving, beautifully tragic novel. Poignant, heartrending, moving, touching, emotional, captivating, intense, tragic, wistful, tender, dreamy, hopeful, enthralling, impassioned, sentimental, stirring, inspiring, monumental, unforgettable. These are Just some of but not all of my descriptions of this book.

Whatever I write in my review it will not give this book justice, I know that this story has buried itself in my heart and it's there to stay. Every moment of this book was pure undiluted writing genius and I've added myself to the long line of readers that fell in complete book love with this story.

Here are my starry-eyed albeit insufficient 'The sea of Tranquility' book thoughts What's it all about? Nastya Kashnikov is living a second life of heartache, pain and intolerable memories, one tragic incident, one moment of time robbed her of the bright, happy girl she once was. This broken girl just wants to live her life and attempt to hide her secrets from those around her. Josh Bennett has had more than his fair share of loss and heartbreak, left all alone at the young age of seventeen this young man wants nothing more than to be left to move forward.

When Josh and Nastya's lives collide so begins the journey of redemption, healing, friendship, and love and ultimately the story of one tragically beautiful girl and one solitary boy who find each other amongst the pain of their own difficulties.

What did I love? There are not enough stars or descriptive comments than can sum up this novel and it's tragic perfection. I felt so immersed in this story everything about it grabbed all of my emotions. Every single character had their place and purpose, the writing was flawless and the dialogue was enchanting. The whole entire book was highlight-worthy and addictive, when I wasn't reading the story I was thinking about it and when I was reading I could not think about anything else.

This story has crawled into my soul and has decided to take up permanent residency there, the characters were outlandishly good and the plot was extraordinary. I don't think I can put into words the talent that this author has poured into her work. Everything about this book made me respond with heartbreaking emotions, the author wrote in such a way that demanded that I felt every conceivable emotion during the story that she was creating.

Josh and Sunshine are the ultimate in young adult characters, I felt like I had ring side tickets to their journey towards redemption. Everything about them and their lives had me glued to the pages, I fell in love with the both of them as the story progressed. I can't go without mentioning Drew his friendship and loyalty stood out for me as a winning combination in this story, I loved that the author created characters that all fitted so perfectly together and I know that future books will have a difficult time topping the admiration that I have for them all.

Ultimately if you are an admirer of this genre and have not read this story then I urge you to do so.

I can guarantee that this novel will break you to pieces and then fix you up better than you were before. Final thoughts It's been days since I have finished this book and I'm still not able to shake the thoughts and emotions from finishing a novel of such amazing depths. This has to be crowned as a favourite, there is nothing that I enjoy more than being swept away by the work of an author and I know with a certainty that these characters will stay in my heart forever.

I urge those that have not read this book to go grab it, it has my heart I want it to gain yours too. Enjoy, kisses. Recommended to Duchess Nicole by: This is one of those books that make me want to re-evaluate all of my five star ratings. I had sad tears in my eyes, and then angry tears.

Then I read some more and was crying devastated tears. Then happy tears. So happy that I felt floaty and high. Point is, this book made me FEEL so many emotions that I just gave up trying to understand them at some point.

Colorblind by Counting Crows https: I found myself unable to stop thinking about Nastya and Josh and even Drew.

My mind was unable to focus on anything else. I would walk around my house, trying to convince myself to go back to life. The events that lead up to the book are hidden for nearly the entire book. And I finally just stopped caring what happened before and just started enjoying the ride.

I was, and am still, completely taken in by these characters. One thing that I love about this book is how each character has a poignant place in the story. Every person matters. Most people are so concerned about how other people perceive them that surface level is as far as they let people in.

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Nastya tries so hard to stay separate. He calls her Sunshine, at first as a way to keep her at a distance as well. Nastya is dealing with a tragedy that is literally beyond words. She moves away from the scene of her torment to live with her aunt in a town two hours away. And she meets Josh and Drew. This is NOT a love triangle book. Though I came to love them both. And I think I love Ms. Millay for bringing such beauty and understanding to both of these boys. The feeling that I got from being inside of her head was confusion and misery and strangely, a sort of hope.

I never got suicidal feelings…thank you again, Katja Millay…I just felt that Nastya was lost and not even trying to find her way. It took meeting a couple of special people to make her want to even try to find herself again.

She and Josh mesh so well together because neither of them try too hard Though I can't say a lot without giving things away, the last twenty percent of the book is just magic. It takes all of those previous emotions and throws them at you all at once. The way the book ends is perfect. These two broken people get a very realistic ending. It's not all wrapped up with a pretty bow with glitter and gold, but it IS satisfying. I put the book down feeling foggy headed with feeling but content.

This is one of my favorite books this year. View all 46 comments. I reread this one via an audio book. Then you wake up extra early so you can finish the last couple of pages you couldn't keep your eyes open any longer before you zonked out.

After I finished I had to go back and read the section view spoiler [ where s I reread this one via an audio book. After I finished I had to go back and read the section view spoiler [ where she first sees his garage and feels like she knows that place.

Through out the whole story that stuck in my mind as what did that even mean hide spoiler ]. Until the last sentence of the book pulled it all together. I spent the a lot of the book noticing when she view spoiler [ starts to refer to Josh's home as "home. The writing is so superb and witty. The author captures your heart in her hands and holds it though out the whole story. I got to a point where I was like Josh view spoiler [ in the fact that I didn't need to know Sunshine's secret.

I just wanted her to be okay and if not knowing makes her okay then I was fine with that. It's that good!!! View all 52 comments. Jul 30, Dana Ilie rated it it was amazing Shelves: The love story between Josh and Nastya is so very romantic because of how difficult it is for these characters to allow themselves to love. Their romance is not a stereotypical love story, nothing is easy about it but they are both unable to fight it. The pace with which the intimacy between them slowly grows will undo you, every look they share, every touch, every gesture will melt your heart.

This for me was the perfect love story because of how imperfect it is. We are not force-fed a fluffy l The love story between Josh and Nastya is so very romantic because of how difficult it is for these characters to allow themselves to love.

There are not enough superlatives in the dictionary to describe this book. It raises the bar for the entire genre and it leaves you speechless for days, unable to get a grasp of all the ways this story affected you.

When I finished this book, I had to fight the urge to get up and give it a standing ovation. Frantic hand-clapping and all. If you are going to read one book this year, let it be this one.

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View all 10 comments. People who have never been through any sort of shit always assume that they know how you should react to having your life destroyed As if there's a playbook for surviving hell. The resignation and grief, the guilt and self-hatred. Especially the 'getting away from your loved ones' thing? Bull's eye. Josh, bless him but for all his brooding and adorableness and astronomically shitty luck, I can't fully gasp him. While I still sincerely liked his character, he didn't take a full shape for me if that makes any sense.

Nastya on the other hand, I couldn't avoid her if I'd tried. She smacked right in my face. A lot of what Nastya thinks of, I have thought about more than once. A lot of shit she tries to avoid, I have been trying to avoid them. Both successfuly and some not so successful but still. You get the picture. At times it was like looking in a mirror - it was freakish I tell you.

I should have been horrified to read this book but I simply wasn't, I was too hooked for that. I should have taken breaks but I didn't even think about doing that, to be honest.

And there I was - sprawled on my bed, exhausted at 7: With wet spots on my pillows, my eyes ached and swollen, wondering how Katya Millay did it. I'm tired of being responsible for other people's misery. I can't even put up with my own.

View all 11 comments. Sep 02, Beth Hudspeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: Review here: Hello Beautiful Book Blog So you see the title The Sea of Tranquility I'm doing a short review since there are so many to choose from and also because I am late to the party!

My favorite part was really just the smaller details woven in. Nastya hasn't spoken a word in over a year. She i Review here: She is broken. There is loss and sadness. I'm not going into detail because it's better to go in blind to everything so you can really feel it. The ending felt a little rushed, but a lot of endings do when you love the characters so much. You just don't want to let them go even though you know you have to! And finally some of my favorite quotes: View all 9 comments.

I hate to look at it. I hate it when it stutters and trembles and reminds me that my identity is gone. But I look at it anyway, because it also reminds me that I'm going to find the boy who took everything away from me.

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I'm going to kill the boy who killed me, and when I kill him, I'm going to do it with my left hand. I've been thinking about this book all day I just don't know where to start [image error] "I hate my left hand. I just don't know where to start. I've read many other reviews that were all amazing, but for some reason I am just speechless. I can't seem to get these characters out of my head. And the story was just compelling..

I think there wasn't an emotion the body is capable of that I didn't feel while reading this book. And there were as many good emotions as were bad. Okay, well maybe there were a few more negative than positive Nastya Kashnikov A place where there are no clairvoyants or shape shifters, no angels or superhuman boys to save you. Nastya is a 17 year old girl struggling to survive after a random act of violence has changed her life forever.

A life that was full of promise, success, love, and music. And out of the blue She has been killed Unable to function in her current environment due to her unwanted notoriety Nastya leaves home to live with a distant aunt so she can finish high school in peace.

She sets out with a hope for achieving a sense of anonymity and a bit of normalcy in her life. This she learns is really an unattainable goal. On the first day back to school she meets Drew Leighton.

And Drew is all kinds of charm, and he knows it He's the kind of good looking that transforms once self-respecting females into useless puddles of dumbass.

Oh, and she doesn't speak. Just a bonus as far as Drew is concerned. But Nastya is not falling for it, or anyone else. She does the best she can to stay off the radar. But Drew is persistent. And he does break in to her world, but only as a friend But what Drew doesn't realize is that 'Nastypants,' as he so lovingly calls her, is going to change his world forever as well.

Then there is Josh Fucking Bennett. The boy with a 10 foot forcefield around him that no one seems to penetrate. And Josh comes with his own set of charms Does everyone irritate him so much, or is it just a special gift I have?

He seems immensely disturbed by the fact that I even exist, much less occupy the same space in his precious shop class.

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Nastya, still silent, has an incredible journey to make, and unfortunately she wants no part of it. Its so incredibly sad and tragic for one so young to feel she has no more happiness to look forward to in the future.

It's the height of immature teenage girlishness. I want to mock them for it, but I'm appalled by the fact that it makes me sad. For a moment I feel like a survivor in some post apocalyptic world, looking through a window, imagining a part of my life that's gone now. Josh comes complete with his own set of tragic events. And his own sense of solitude. A solitude so profound that Nastya finds herself wanting to share it with him.

So she forces her way in It's and invitation, a welcome, the knowledge that I am accepted here. I loved every second of this story.

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