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I love this book. I think it is amazing. The different feelings and passions these girls have for dance is great. I love all of the realistic features and word choice. This book is by far the best book I have ever read. So, do buy this book I hope you like it as much as I do. Really good because it talks about dance and it is cool. It's nice I like the title to the book. The book was very inspiring, funny and had many ups and downs in the story and between the girls. I can't wait to read the 2nd one!!! The price is also very affordable! This book was sad and amazing. Sad part was when Meghan couldn't dance any more Because of her Knee.
The rest was amazing. This book was rich in detail and had some instruct on how to do some ballet moves Fantastic and wonderful book. One person found this helpful. If you love dance and ballet,this book is just right for you. I enjoyed how it went from character to character in each chapter.
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The book was well written and easy to read and the characters were relatable. I actually a Tutu Much is a great read for adults and teen girls alike! I actually am looking forward to reading the next book in the series! Nov 29, Liralen rated it it was ok Shelves: What a weird book. I mean—it's not good. Trying to fit five different main characters, each with a mini plot arc, into pages was always going to be a dicey proposition. It's pretty much impossible to tell the characters apart, not one of the storylines is fleshed out, and small errors are rampant.
The adults are a peculiar combination of straight-up damaging e. Oh, and don't get me started on the 'almond-shaped Lucy Lui [sic] eyes' But that's not the weird part.
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The weird part is this: A large bedroom suite is in impeccable condition. The walls are white but decorated with original paintings of ballerinas. In the center of one wall is an original Degas housed in a gold frame. Wood flooring covers one side of the room. A barre is affixed to a mirrored wall. Paige Ling, a beautiful slim mixed Japanese-Caucasian girl of fourteen years stands with one hand on the barre and the other in high fifth. Her right leg extends in second, mere inches from her head. She taps the barre lightly with her left hand to check her balance. The book is written in the third person, present tense, with almost no interior action—it's not that it's all tell and no show, but we almost never see how the characters think and feel.
We're seeing everything from a distance, through a camera lens. Gisela steps up to the center of the next group. She takes off, fiery. She hits every plie and tendu perfectly.
She is, however emotionless and obviously uninterested with the combination. Her long, dark locks fall and she looks like a young Selma [sic] Hayek. The man across from her suddenly smiles. She frowns and looks at her cell phone. The time on it reads 3: The sound is disgusting and she continues over and over again. Finally, she emerges from the restroom and looks back in the mirror at herself.
She steps down and walks back into the toilet section. I would wonder if it were an intentional choice, but the technique isn't really sufficient to make me think so. Aug 13, Anna rated it liked it Shelves: Very enjoyable YA book about ballet. Definitely not reinventing the wheel, but it's a solid story that's genuinely entertaining. The multiple points of view are done fairly well.
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Dec 31, Ari Sharks rated it really liked it. Not exactly what I was expecting Several of the girls think they are fat and one has bulimia. It was a bit depressing in those parts but still a pretty good book. Keep in mind that I love happy books and hate sadness in books more than almost anything, so I may be "exaggerating" by your standards.
Tutu Much (Dance, #1) by Airin Emery
Jun 30, Kjirstin rated it liked it Shelves: I like dance books, but this one was clearly aimed at the younger end of the YA spectrum. I felt like it had promise but didn't quite deliver.
It might have helped to have fewer characters to follow--I spent a lot of time trying to remember which girl was which as the story jumped around. May 15, Susan rated it did not like it Shelves: Why do authors think that they have to people YA dance books with annoying, bratty, one dimensional nonentities? Aug 02, Tfalcone rated it liked it. It's like pony club books for dancing!
Oct 22, Jennifer Tressen rated it it was amazing. Great read for any dancer - especially the tween demographic. Shows another side to dance and instills a sense of empowerment. I enjoyed all the books in this series.