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She learns from those little representatives of happiness and simplicity and embraces life No one is more aware of themselves as these children are.
They have nothing, have no one but us, have seemingly no reason to be hopeful They choose to be happy even though the obviously easier choice would be to be frightened or sad and they have real reason to be those things as well. But they have life and faith and hope and love and they choose those things. My eyes closed when he pulled the bands holding both braids and they slipped off into his hands.
His fingers deftly freed both plaits painfully slowly all the way to the top of my head. Finally, I felt his fingers sift through the length to the ends. Thank you for saving my life. I smiled at him and we stood quietly, our hands on one another as if we were both awakening to whatever it was that was surrounding us both then.
It was written all over us. There was something practically tangible there, like a ray of sun, warming us through to our souls. Oh, it was there and it weighed a thousand delicious pounds. I let that pressure inundate me, let it tether me to him. And he promises her This is a story about a girl who's lost This is a story of her discovering, finding herself This is a story about finding beauty in love, life, faith amongst death, terror and despair This is a story about finding hope in the most hopeless situations This is a story about finding happiness, sunshine when all you see is darkness surrounding you Here you'll find Vanity and vulnerability Apathy and angels Inhumanity and innocence Nastiness and nobleness There'll be tears And there'll be smiles There'll be love And there'll be life But through it all don't forget what I'm And if you do And that is a constant, dear.
One can never appreciate the enormity and rareness of such a fiery bliss without seeing misery, however unfair that may be Try this story View all 71 comments.
When you see the book's title, the cover and read the blurb briefly.. What do you think?? That Sophie Price is a bitch? Spoilt brat? Thinks the world is in her palm or that she can buy it with her credit card? Shallow, vindictive? Sophie Price is a bitch.. Then you think that oh, she's a bitch but a hottie will walk in, sway her off her feet, they will fall in love and a bit of drama here and there then a HEA?
Well, you've got that bit wrong When you see the book's title, the cover and read the blurb briefly.. Well, you've got that bit wrong.. The story takes a totally unexpected turn, Her life changes, totally upside down!!
Now we meet the new Sophie Price, Caring, loving, strong willed, earned self-esteem in her own eyes.. She's got people who love her, not my her money or appearence, but for her heart.. Yes, a boy does walk in, totally HOT and does sway her off her feet but the story is not what you think it is.. I loved Ian, OMG! Loveddddddddd him I liked Spencers character, I'd like to read his story one day! I mean she was their only child, so why love for each other but not for her, that seemed off..
And which parent in their right mind would send a child to such a place? A place which has life threatening situations, I mean.. Yes its a nice cause and stuff.. It always works out in the end. Somehow we turn thirty beds into sixty. Somehow we stretch our food to impossible measures. Somehow we survive on our impossibly meager income. Somehow we love them all equally. View all 26 comments. Jun 12, Ana O rated it it was amazing Shelves: Vain was a truly wonderful book.
Give it a try, it will surprise you. View all 6 comments. Masego means Blessings Very Clever Ms. Fisher Amelie what a way to weave a young adult romance into something real, raw and so awful that many people have never heard of or care to. Fisher, in my opinion was able to combine the best ingredients of a typical love story and tie in some heavy life issues as well as true worldwide events into something that made me feel and fall deep Masego means Blessings Very Clever Ms.
Fisher, in my opinion was able to combine the best ingredients of a typical love story and tie in some heavy life issues as well as true worldwide events into something that made me feel and fall deeply for the characters and their life struggles and incite me to want to take action. The real event I am referring to is what is happening and continues to happen to the people in Uganda.
Since the LRA, a violent religious and military group has abducted and forced over 66, children in the country to fight with them. Nearly 90 percent of the region's population has been forced to leave their homes. I will not get on a soapbox and preach about what everyone should be doing about this or why you should care; we all know atrocities against humanity exist world wide, but do we care enough and if so, what, if anything do we do about it? Just know that this beautifully written love story has a real message about second chances and even if we are not all broken self-centered physically stunning filthy rich trust-fund babies; we can still make a positive difference in our lives as well as others.
One can never appreciate the enormity and rareness of such a fiery bliss without seeing misery, however unfair that may be.
View all 20 comments. A Must Read!! This story displays character development at its finest! Sophie Price Vain, beautiful, spoiled, unhappy, 5 Brilliant Stars Vain, beautiful, spoiled, unhappy, bitchy, manipulating and smart is the queen of the trust fund babies. Masego offers Sophie a world outside of appearances and money. It's a world of orphaned children and the inspiring people who take care of them.
Sophie builds relationships, works hard and finds love. I try to imagine what his accent sounds like I swooned at the clearing of the bugs, the shower scene and their first kiss. The love that they found in one another was just beautiful. Vain will have you thinking about who you are and how you can make a difference!
View all 18 comments. This book was a beautiful and awe-inspiring romance - such a breath of fresh air If he was willing to cheat on you so easily, he wasn't worth it. Consider it a favor This book was a beautiful and awe-inspiring romance - such a breath of fresh air Consider it a favor. This girl is just pure evil. We also see a vulnerable side to her - she feels truly alone in the world. She has no friends that really care about her and her family's only contribution to her life is of the monetary type.
They only expect her to present the image of a perfect family to the outside world and she gets paid to do this. Apart from these social displays, they don't pay any attention to her. After she was charged with possession of cocaine twice, she gets sentenced to work at a Ugandan orphanage, Masego, for 6 months. Best sentence ever, mr Judge: When she arrives in Africa, she looks around for Dingane, whom she was told would take her to Masego.
She expects some native African with a name like that who can blame her , but she is totally shocked when Dingane real name, Ian is actually a smoking hot year old white dude. Her typical charms doesn't have any affect on him and he treats her with disdain, because he sees her for the vain, spoiled brat that she is. It was a massive shock for Sophie when they arrived at the orphanage. My heart also broke. Children, all ages, missing arms, eyes, parts of their faces, even legs.
They were warm and full of understanding but for the children only. He looked at me sternly and his eyes conveyed what he wanted me to do. I looked down on them, half-smiling, trying so very hard to look sincere when all I wanted to do was run and lock myself away from their terribly shocking faces. I had never in my life thought humans could endure such physical damage and survive. They are surviving on only the minimal necessities.
But the kids are all happy and smiling - they are alive and they are grateful for that. Sophie didn't fight it, she acted selfless and underwent an amazing transformation. She even developed a special bond with a little girl. And then the part that all of us has been waiting for She realizes that Ian doesn't hate her and that they are actually kindred spirits.
So few can do it. I've felt things for you these past few months that don't seem healthy. I've wanted you so desperately I'm afraid it may not be natural. You consume my thoughts, Sophie You've arrested my senses and I can't seem to get enough of you.
That's what scares me. I'm so deep there's no getting out for me. Another burning issue between them is what will happen when Sophie's 6 month sentence is over? Will she remain in Masego or return to her old life? I don't want to give away the ending, so I think I'll stop while I am ahead here. The most important question Oh hell yes! View all 28 comments. There is also a sublimely heart-melting love story embedded in the midst of one of the most moving, relevant and attention-worthy plotlines I've had the pleasure of reading of late.
This is an emotional roller-coaster that will take you out of your usual literary comfort zone, grip you and keep you at the edge of your seat, begging for more. Sophie Price is perfect. Her face is perfect. Her body is perfect. Everything in her life appears to be perfect.
Her wealthy but neglectful parents have given her the type of lifestyle where everything has always been served to her on a silver platter, with no responsibilities or consequences for her actions. She is the 'Queen Bee' of her little click of entitled kids, wanting for nothing and taking it all unapologetically. She is selfish, self-centred, an awful friend who uses and discards people only to feed her starving ego. But when Sophie is alone, a scared and insecure little girl emerges at times, one that believes that her beautiful features hide only ugliness inside her.
She detests that weakness in her, always striving not to show any real emotions in front of people, hoping no one would ever notice how meaningless her life really is. I was as bare as I could make myself, no makeup with wet, stringy hair. Beautiful yet repulsive She is forced to dig deep inside her shallow soul for infinite amounts of courage, compassion and love for the sake of the innocents that fulfill her days with unconditional trust and affection.
Through those children, Sophie learns to appreciate the gift of life, first and foremost, and to never again take what is given to her for granted. It is a curious facet of the innocent young.
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He teaches her to draw strength from even the most painful of emotions, to see beauty in the small things in life and to love herself for her heart, not her appearance.
They are overpowering, defining emotions. They make you human, Sophie. Their love story develops gently and tastefully. Against a horrific backdrop of some of the worst sins that human nature is known to be responsible for, Sophie finally learns to love - love herself, love those who show her kindness, love those who deserve kindness from her. She also learns to love a man, deeply, openly and above all, selflessly. They all did, however briefly, but none of them wanted to keep me.
I needed to be owned, loved. But not by a man. I knew then that I never needed to be kept by a man. What I needed was to love myself, to want to keep myself around.
And in that revelation, I knew that if I wanted to keep myself, that a man wanting to keep me would just be a by-product. Happiness has a hefty price tag in this beautiful tale of love, loss, courage and redemption. Our heroine travels a painful journey of self-discovery, learning to love and embrace the person she really is, and finally finding her true purpose in life. A genuine work of art of new adult fiction, this story will stay with you, possess your every thought and make you feel.
Follow me on Facebook! View all 15 comments. It was just an amazing story! It had me hooked from the every beginning. You fell in love with the characters, and the writing was just beautiful! You will never Wow! You will never know real love an your life will pass you by.
Sophie Price fits the title of this book perfectly. She is vain. She is a rich and spoiled girl, and is the queen of the other rich, spoiled and entitled. No, I ruled because I was the hottest. As long as she keeps up appearances, her parents could care less about what she does or how she acts. I loved myself too much to say goodbye. So, I would go on living just as I had been because it was the only life I knew.
When she gets busted for drugs, the second time, and ruins a business contact for her father, she gets a wake-up call.
Pemmy knows Sophie is better than who she has been and thinks this will be good for her. Loved Pemmy! She meets Ian dear god, I loved him loved loved loved! They were such wonderful and selfless people, who embraced Sophie right away. She grew to love the two of them and finally had adults to aspire to be like.
I decided right then and there that I would be gobbling them up as long as I had the opportunity. I would learn from them. I would study them. I would endeavor to be like them. At first, Sophie was a little taken aback by the children at the orphanage. She worked closley with Ian who she felt iinstantly attracted to. I loved that about him! Now, that, Sophie Price, is a real weakness. She learns what it means to have true friends, people who love her and count on her, not for how she looks or how much money she has, but who she is as a person.
This story is one of self discovery for Sophie. Ian was so great, really loved him. He melted my heart! He fell hard for Sophie. When they get back from visiting his family, something terrible happens at the orphanage Sophie ends up having to go home for court. And you will have to read the book to find out how it ends, don't want to spoil to much! Not only did it have a beautiful message of self discovery, you really got to see the conditions others live in and reading the story of these African children will make you not take things for granted.
Sure it had some love and romance, but it was so much bigger than just that. This is a book I would recommend to everyone! This is exactly what this story is about and how heroine is. She's angry, bitter, whoring around coldhearted bitch, who doesn't have any regards for other people's feelings, because she didn't get the attention she wanted from her parents. And I fell for it! The way this book is described in the blurb made me think that this story will be different.
I've read tons of reviews, where words 'unique', 'different' and 'not your typical' were used. Now, I sit here and wonder what book are all those people describing?
Obviously not this one, because there is absolutely nothing unique or different about this book. This book is just another YA sob-fest. When I read the first chapter I got really exited, because I thought I'm going to like her bitchy personality.
At that time, it did feel different. She felt cold and detached. I couldn't relate to her as a person, but I was enjoying reading about her. Author didn't dwell on heroine's emotions, the writing felt a little robotic, and at first, I thought it was done on purpose, to make our heroine feel more distant. Later it turned out that it wasn't the case, and that it was simply bad writing. As a punishment, for constantly getting herself into trouble, this girl gets send to Africa, Uganda, to work in the orphanage.
All horros considered, author chose a beautiful place to send her heroine to.
But I never got a decent picture of the place, because the descriptions of it were sooo vague. There was a huge baobab tree, bugs in the shower, couple of buildings and kids running around.
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That's it. I've read better descriptions of Uganda on Wikipedia. Not only that, based on the directions to the orphanage, that author gave me, would place the orphanage in the middle of freaking Lake Victoria.
Yes, I googled the map of Uganda, that's how I know. I did it because I needed to get a better picture of the place. I know that it's a fictional story and that the orphanage doesn't exist in real life, but author did use real names of small towns and cities in Uganda, why not place the imaginary orphanage on a dry land??? Google maps showed that there are plenty of it!!!
Another problem I had was the emotional side of two main characters. This is the note I had in the book about halfway through: Author doesn't portray emotions very well, and her descriptions of important situations are lacking. I like when authors leave some things to my imagination, but there were too many blanks to fill in. Seing all those suffering children was a turning point for our heroine. It made her realize how precious life is and how good she had back home. But she came to that realization way too quickly.
One day she just simply understood everything. Author didn't bother telling me how she came to that conclusion. It felt like "Duh, those kids are parentless, I don't need to explain to you how much their lives suck, do I? That pissed me off. This story is not about helping kids, I get it, it's a story about a girl falling in love with a guy.
But still, I would have loved to see our heroine doing something else other than drooling over a hot guy. At that moment I realized that this story is no different from many other YA stories I've read.
You could say that she fell in love with him because he was working with kids, but that's not true at all. Because if you bothered to pay attention to how many times she described what he was doing, rather then the glances he gave her, or his physical attributes, you would have known that the latter outweighed the former. So, the bottom line is: As for the guy in question; I don't have much good to say about him either.
The fact that he dedicated his life to helping children in need is admirable, I guess that's why I'm giving this book 1. At first, when I read that he cleaned the shower for her, I thought it was romantic, but later I realized that he was just as superficial as she was.
Why not let her shower in a shower full of bugs? That would teach her a lesson. Wasn't that the whole point, her learning something on this trip? He says "I know your type" meaning she's just another spoiled rich girl, then he goes cleaning the shower before she uses it????
Oh, and another note I made when he said "I know your type. How did he know her type? Is that orphanage used as an exile for spoiled rich bitches? Later, I realized that author's knowledge of Uganda was based on I don't know on what exactly. On thin air I guess. There was zero research done before writing this book. Our heroine was shocked that Ian was white. It's like author based her knowledge about Africa and Uganda on commercials we see on TV right before Christmas.
It's sad, because even with a decent research using google, this story would have been much better. Unfortunately, author didn't bother even with that. This story reminded me of a book I've read a while back, where author invented a country Bezakistan. I didn't like the book, but at least I wasn't upset with author for making shit up. It's her made-up country, she can write what ever she wants and create what ever characters she likes. However, with this story, it's a whole another matter.
When you choose subjects such as poverty in Africa, LRA, child hunger, life changing experience and love, you better make sure you have your facts straight! I dove into it having a very high expectations, because of the blurb and tons of glowing reviews, and was left hugely disappointed. I would never recommend this book to anyone who has at least a little bit of knowledge about Uganda and the issues that country is facing. View all 12 comments. As I read the first chapter, all I could think of was great, Sophie Price Queen bee of the rich and snobby, trust fund baby, who could care less what anyone think, actions be damned, she was the ultimate puppeteer.
I was actually debating at one point if I should continue if all she is going to talk about is how much everyone loves her, follows her, wants her, is intimidated by her … Sophie Price is V. A major plus in the story was Ian; any guy willing to slay bugs for me is a keeper in my book ; View all 4 comments. This book has so many good reviews and I was eager to read it, but it wasn't what I expected. Don't get me wrong, I liked it, but not as much. Sophie is a good main character and Ian is a prince, but I didn't fall in love with them.
All in all, is a good read, but oh, it took me more than a week to finish, which is strange in me because I usually don't take that long, I was so desperate to finish it!
And I insist, is a good book, but I don't know, it lacked something. I just want to add that Spencer was my favorite character: This was NOT what I was expecting at all. Then BAM!! I was taken on an amazing journey.
Sophie Price is Vain. In every sense of the word. Vanity's a debilitating affliction. You're so absorbed in yourself it's impossible to love anyone other than oneself, leaving you weak without realisation of it.
It's quite sad. You've no idea what you're missing either. You will never know real love and yo WOW! Sophie is beautiful, rich, queen bee, wanted by all the guys, and all the girls want to be her friend because of it. Her parents are so absorbed in themselves, Sophie has absolutely no restrictions, every want fulfilled and every desire quenched. Sophie is so broken and has no self respect I felt for her so much.
Sophie is arrested for drug use and then sentenced 6 months to an Orphanage in Uganda. There we meet Ian. Ahh Ian, I loved Ian. He calls Sophie out on being a spoilt brat from their 1st meeting. You'll stay blind to the environment that surrounds you. You'll live in your clean, perfect bubble and return to your posh life come six months. I've seen it all before. Not really," But the chemistry between Sophie and Ian gave me constant butterflies.
It's my favourite part of my day. That's my favourite part of my day. I loved watching them interact and fall in love. They were believable and I loved experiencing that. It gratified me, validated me, but it was all empty, a facade. This was the first time someone had called me beautiful and it actually meant something to me. The praise slammed into my skin and permeated my body, leaving me flushed and overwhelmed.
Sophie begins to change and its absolutely amazing to watch. A swelling sensation invaded my heart and I'd no idea what it was but it was a good hurt, a hurt that felt worthwhile. I showed him I had enough initiative, enough industry, to strike out. I was also, simultaneously, recognising something in myself I didn't know could exist.
I was worth more than the sex I'd defined myself with. This was so much more than a love story, it takes you to orphans in Uganda and the Lord's Resistance Army. The subject isn't foreign to us, We know about it, we hear about what goes on and continue to be ignorant about it.
I love books that take over and wrap you up in the world and the emotions of the characters, Fisher Amelie completely succeeded at this. It's Beautiful. No one can know sincere happiness, Sophie, without first having known sorrow. View all 8 comments. This is the story of Sophie who is the epitome of spoiled and Ian who is selfless. They are brought together to serve others and learn what it means to live the most extraordinary life that wasn't planned for them.
He'll gift This is the story of Sophie who is the epitome of spoiled and Ian who is selfless. And LRA exist. There is a video that went viral last year. No cliffhangers. View all 27 comments. If you reviewed, this, please copy and paste your review on Amazon!!!! My review Her identity comes from the clothes she wears, the money her parents give her, and who's boyfriend she can steal next. She's the leader of her elite group of friends and the bow to her.
She's not just beautiful, she's physically perfect. She knows it, and they know it. For although Sophie is surrounded by admirers, she is not adored, she is not loved, she isn't even wanted. If anything, her friends fear her rejection She sees herself as alone When Sophie's partying catches up with her for the second time, she is given an odd sentence, and one that finally makes her reveal some of her vulnerabilities.
I was as bare as I could make myself, with no makeup, with wet, stringy hair. I didn't feel real I felt too exposed and that made me exceeding ly nerous, but I hamde myslef look that morning. She is to live and work in a Ugandan orphanage for six months. Six months without even the small luxuries like air conditioning, not to mention the round of immunizations that she undergoes, scares Sophie to death. But the trip is inevitable. She resigns herself to her future.
As soon as she gets off the plane, she realizes that her preconceptions are far from reality. The young man who is to pick her up and take her to her new home The first and only man to strike her speechless The Simple Wild: A Novel. Product details File Size: Unlimited Publisher: Fisher Amelie; 3 edition December 23, Publication Date: December 23, Sold by: English ASIN: Enabled X-Ray: Book Series. Is this feature helpful? Thank you for your feedback. Share your thoughts with other customers.
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Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. You will love it!!! Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. I wanted to stab Sophie in the eye. Like seriously right in the eye. First chapter and I hated her. But like always the consuming need to find out what happens took over and I kept reading. I am really happy that I did. What I thought was going to be about a spoilt brat ended up being a book about self improvement, witnessing her change and grow.
Watching her beat the odds. Also because of this book I got suckered into buying pocket tissues at Typo last week. All proceeds are going towards helping to build schools in Uganda? I am now the proud owner of multiple packs of tissues. This book is to blame. If you have read it you will know why. Paperback Verified Purchase. Sophie Price is the definition of vain. She loves admiring herself almost as much as boasting in the compliments from her many admirers.
But at what price will her insurmountable beauty cost her? She doesn't care. Her only concern is rejection and as she constantly reminds herself, she's too pretty to be rejected.
And in the unrealistic event that it does happen, she can always numb her feelings with a line of cocaine. But what is she numbing herself to? The rejection of her cold parents who see her as nothing more than an inconvenience, or from the guys who all just use her for sex? Yes, Sophie Price is undeniably beautiful, but she's in desperate need of an awakening.
That awakening comes in the form of a court ordered community service sentence that she will serve at an impoverished orphanage in Uganda. Will Sophie survive the unbearably hot days with no air-conditioning and bugs all over the cold water showers? Will Sophie's selfish heart be opened in ways she never could have expected or will she return home to the States and continue on in her self-destructive behavior?
Fisher Amelie's novel "Vain" easily makes you realize that affluent children can suffer the same as poverty stricken children, just in different ways. They may not lack materialistic items, but could very well lack the love from a parent which every child needs. Sophie tries hard to break the cycle of trust funds and predetermined aristocratic lives. While it was a great story, I did have trouble connecting with most of the characters. I don't feel that is the fault of the author but rather the wide age gap between me and these characters.
Although I loved Abri Aberdeen It's a bit juvenile and would better serve an adolescent audience. One person found this helpful. I can smell it in your expensive perfume, in the quality of your ridiculous clothing, in the bracelet wrapped 'round that delicate wrist. You won't last out here. You'll stay blind to the environment that surrounds you. Vain by Fisher Amelie.
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I half expected them to sing in clinking charms every time her head moved. I hugged her closely to me, hoping to squeeze the bad memories from her life. Just take them and endure the obvious ache they caused her. Beautiful to look at but there was something alarming there as well, like a fire was nearing the end of her wick. I grew up with no innocence. It sucked. It royally sucked. Goodreads Librarians Group — members — last activity 4 minutes ago A place where all Goodreads members can work together to improve the Goodreads book catalog.
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Abbi Glines author of Fallen To Pierce Gardner author of Dan in Re Courtney Cole author of If You Stay. Michelle Leighton author of Down to You. Add a reference: Book Author. Search for a book to add a reference. Feb 14, Hey Fisher, Was wondering if we had any possible dates for the next releases in the Seven Deadly Series as have Books Cheers, Paula.
Sep 25, Remi D. I was wondering where i could find your playlists now that grooveshark was shut down. Thank you!! I'm on Spotify now! The playlists won't necessarily reflect the same songs as some aren't licensed there, but the majority of them are!
May 01, Hi Fisher! Jan 14, I sound like a fan girl! Oh wait, I am!!!! Apr 13, Hey Fisher: Thanks for accepting my friend request! I absolutely feel in love in Vain! I cannot wait to read the rest of your books: Mar 25, I really loved loved loved vain Gave me inner joy Nov 08, You're one of my favorite authors for !
I hope there's a 3rd book in the Sleepless series! And I want you to know that I love Fun. I love Nate and The Gambler is my favorite song, much to my surprise, it was Thomas and January's story!
I love your books! Jun 20, Hi, thank you for accepting me as a friend: I am so happy my first author friend hehe: O I love your books so much. Thanks again ;. Feb 22, I know you probably get this question about a million times a day but I'm dying to read the next book in the Leaving Series. Soooo, when do you think book two will come out??? You are like my hero Dec 27, You are an amazing writer Cant wait for the next Leaving Series.
Any ideas when it will be released? Dec 11, It's nice to friend you here on Goodreads- excitement abounds!
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