A plan crash kills hundreds and affects evenTwo of them are teen girls with an ocean that separates them but a newly discovered blood link that now bonds them.
The POWER and BEAUTY of this cover is just something else and the story delivered much of the same vibe I read this on the back of two emotionally traumatic reads and fully feel like I ve shut down a little, following them If this had not been so I m sure the harrowing events depicted here and the focus on loss, grief, and assault A plan crash kills hundreds and affects evenTwo of them are teen girls with an ocean that separates them but a newly discovered blood link that now bonds them.
The POWER and BEAUTY of this cover is just something else and the story delivered much of the same vibe I read this on the back of two emotionally traumatic reads and fully feel like I ve shut down a little, follow I just preordered this I never preorder books Elizabeth Acevedo is just that good Duh.
I dont need to read the blurb to know that I will be reading this book No diggety, no doubt I don t need to read the blurb to know that I will be reading this book No diggety, no doubt So this cover pops up in my feed and I m like Wow.
And then I read the synopsys and my mind is like Damn, this would probably be great in audiobook format, but maybe I m just picturing this as an Elizabeth Acevedo type of thing And then I looked up to actually see who wrote this.
I swear to god you can smell this woman s talent.
This was absolutely phenomenal My heart is broken in the best way RTC diversity most characters are Dominican both MCs and almost all side characters , Yahaira is a lesbian, Yahaira s girlfriend is Black, Camino s best friend is Haitian.



Elizabeth Acevedo has, once again, proved she is a true master of words Everything about this book from the plot and the character to the writing and the structure was crafted beautifully Each time I read a book by Elizabeth, I getexcited about her work This was such a wonderful story shining light on a topic I ve rarely seen discussed in YA and does so in a sensitive and stunning manner I want to write a three page review on this but honestly I don t have the words I was simply Elizabeth Acevedo has, once again, proved she is a true master of words Everything about this book from the plot and the character to the writing and the structure was crafted beautifully Each time I read a book by Elizabeth, I getexcited about her work Thi ✓ Clap When You Land À CW talk about cancer, plane crash, parental death, grief, sexual harrassment, stalking, physical assault, sexual assault, labor and delivery, burial.
Elizabeth Acevedo did it again, folks She has written a book that has wrecked me and left me staring into space unable to find the words to articulate my feelings Damn This was breathtaking.
RTC I m also a book blogger VeeBookish ARC provided by NetGalley, my opinions are unbiased This heartbreaking story of two girls, separated by countries and united by blood and tragedy completely captivated me I just knew when I read the blurb that this was going to be a great read, the idea of two sisters that did not know of the other until their father passes away on a flight from one to the other was such a unique concept.
Camino and Yahaira have such unique voices that I barely ever had to I m also a book blogger VeeBookish ARC provided by NetGalley, my opinions are unbiased This heartbreaking story of two girls, separated by countries and united by blood and tragedy completely captivated me I just knew when I r A queenoffers her hand to be kissed, can form it into a fistwhile smiling the whole damn time.
Perhaps what I love most about Clap When You Land, besides the author s obvious talent for writing moving free verse, is that it brings attention to something that so many of us forgot about or never heard about Tragedies happen all the time Some are noticed, when they are newsworthy and drenched in politics terrorism, school shootings, for example but some are left to be grieved only by A queenoffers her hand to be kissed, can form it into a fistwhile smiling the whole damn time.
Perhaps what I love most about Clap When You Land, besides the author s obvious talent for writing moving free verse, is that it brings attention to something that so many of us forgot about or never heard about Tragedies happen all the time Some A Novel In Verse That Brims With Grief And Love, National Book Award Winning And New York Times Bestselling Author Elizabeth Acevedo Writes About The Devastation Of Loss, The Difficulty Of Forgiveness, And The Bittersweet Bonds That Shape Our LivesCamino Rios Lives For The Summers When Her Father Visits Her In The Dominican Republic But This Time, On The Day When His Plane Is Supposed To Land, Camino Arrives At The Airport To See ò read ò Clap When You Land by Elizabeth Acevedo ò Crowds Of Crying People In New York City, Yahaira Rios Is Called To The Principal S Office, Where Her Mother Is Waiting To Tell Her That Her Father, Her Hero, Has Died In A Plane CrashSeparated By Distance And Papi S Secrets The Two Girls Are Forced To Face A New Reality In Which Their Father Is Dead And Their Lives Are Forever AlteredAnd Then, When It Seems Like They Ve Lost Everything Of Their Father, They Learn Of Each Other

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