Running for Water and Sky

Running for Water and Sky They say that right before you die your whole life flashes before your eyes But what they don t say is that the same thing can happen when your soul mate is dying After spending most of her years

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  • Title: Running for Water and Sky
  • Author: Sandra Kring
  • ISBN: 9781940716930
  • Page: 212
  • Format: Paperback
  • They say that right before you die, your whole life flashes before your eyes But what they don t say is that the same thing can happen when your soul mate is dying After spending most of her 17 years being shuffled between families that don t want her, Bless Adler has no intention of opening her heart to anyone And then she falls in love with Liam Reid The closer BleThey say that right before you die, your whole life flashes before your eyes But what they don t say is that the same thing can happen when your soul mate is dying After spending most of her 17 years being shuffled between families that don t want her, Bless Adler has no intention of opening her heart to anyone And then she falls in love with Liam Reid The closer Bless lets Liam get, the fearful she becomes Then her new friend, Maylee, convinces her to go see a local psychic and the woman s glimpse into the future is anything but reassuring Bless s absent father, drunk and bitter A frantic crowd gathered at the beach Liam lying in a pool of blood, a gun at his side Now Bless has 14 blocks to reach Liam on the shores of Lake Michigan If he s still alive, she ll beg for him to fight for his life If he s not, she ll say good bye to the first person who made her want to fight for her own Edgy, intense, and emotional, Running for Water and Sky is a story of the elation and angst that comes with love, and the challenge of learning to trust when betrayal is all you ve ever known.
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    • Cheryl says:

      It appears that I must have read a different book from the current readers. Everyone else is raving about this book. Don't get me wrong as in the beginning I thought this story was really going to go somewhere. Yet, after only a few chapters, I had lost interest in what was transpiring in the pages of this book. None of the characters jumped out at me and made me crave for their story. Yet I did keep reading as I thought I would find that "some" again. After just going through the motions until [...]

    • B.A. Wilson says:

      I received an ARC in exchange for an honest review. This is a solid read about real people, with real issues, and it never shys away from that or glosses over the difficult, ugly stuff. There are some things I really love about this story, particularly the whole end of the novel, which just hit all the right notes for me. In fact, I felt like the story got stronger the longer I read. I confess, there were a few things along the way that bothered the obsessive YA reader that dwells inside me, whi [...]

    • Alysha says:

      This was a good book, definitely written more for a teen audience. Not Kring's best book, but Idk how anyone could top The Book of Bright Ideas.

    • Robin says:

      Having read Kring's other books, this is just a disappointment. There are some good parts, but they are overshadowed by a cheesy romance.

    • Sandy says:

      It was tense for a while but I liked the happy (and realistic) ending. Good book of people in bad situations making the best of things and overcoming fear.

    • Lavada says:

      Running for Water and Sky was a great story about fear and how it cripples us and forms our thoughts each day.Bless, living with her grandparents in rural Nebraska feels lost. She was dumped in her grandparent's home when she was 4 years old. Her grandparents are anything but warm and fuzzy. They are frightened, bitter and cold. When Bless is 16 years old, everything changes. The only life she remembers is gone and she has a new life, and new people to adjust to. She finds her first love, and a [...]

    • Debi Lantzer says:

      Every now and again, I'll catch myself reading a book labeled "YA" because I'm just curious what the "young adults" are actually reading these days. Today's review is on a book with that label entitled Running for Water and Sky by Sandra Kring.I had never heard of Sandra Kring, but that means nothing! When I looked her up, I see she's got books published as far back as 2004 so I must have had my eyes shut when I walked down the "K" author aisle in the book store! It looks like Running for Water [...]

    • Holly says:

      Running For Water And Sky is the story of how one girl was able to find where she belongs and where her heart is. Bless is 17 years old and has been shuffled around for most of her life until her dad shows up unexpectedly and is forced to take her with him after a confrontation with his parents. As she moves in with her father, his girlfriend and two boys, a boy named Liam makes her open up about her past until one afternoon that threatens to change everything for everyone.With Bless coming from [...]

    • Lara Ryan says:

      I was provided a copy of this book from Booksparks in exchange for an honest review.I’m a huge fan of YA. I love how adult authors can capture the essence of a teenager. Sandra Kring does just that with her novel Running for Water and Sky.The story is broken up into chapters ranging from past to present. The main character, Bless, is confronted with a possibly traumatic situation and she tells her story as she’s processing what’s currently going on. Almost like “my life flashed before my [...]

    • Amanda Uechi Ronan says:

      Uuuuugh, DNF. D. N. F. This book was awful in plot and character structure, but somehow still written well. I made it 2/3 of the way through and just couldn't go any further. The main protagonist, Bless, seemed so rude and horrible to peopleeven ones nice to her like her best friend Maylee. Everything was so up and down DRAMA LLAMA with her and her boyfriend Liam. I think the author intended for it to play out as some sort of psychosis from childhood abuse, but it read more like ridiculous brat. [...]

    • Mrs Mommy Booknerd says:

      Kring has proven herself to, yet again, be able to masterfully tell a story that captures the attention of her audience and to cause the reader to feel deeply and fully about the characters in the book. This time Kring writes a YA novel. Running for Water and Sky still has the brilliance and intelligence of Kring's adult novels and both the younger audience and adult will be able to relate to the story. I adore King's writing. It is beautiful, almost poetic, real and both heart breaking and hear [...]

    • Sonja Yoerg says:

      "Maybe hearts are like toes in that you can't feel them stinging when they're frozen, only when they begin to thaw." It speaks to the gumption of young heroine, Bless Adler, that she found the courage to thaw at all, considering the lousy hand she'd been dealt in life. But Bless is nothing if not plucky, and I was taken with her from the get-go. Kring shows off her storytelling skills in bringing Bless and all of the other characters to life. The action feels immediate and the teen romance is pi [...]

    • Cyndy says:

      A young adult /coming of age novel from Sandra Kring that I missed when it came out in 2015. This is not my favorite of Ms. Kring's novels, but I would still recommend it. A young girl is raised by her paternal grandparents after her mother's death. The grandfather is flat out mean and the grandmother is a mouse. The girl, Bless, hasn't seen her father in years. If I say much more it will give away what happens.

    • A.M. Bostwick says:

      Sandra Kring weaves an amazing young adult, coming of age novel in Running for Water and Sky. This is an edge-of-your-seat suspense, love and family story. With a feisty heroine, an irresistible boy and beautiful prose, Kring’s writing is strong, pulse-pounding and real. As in her previous novels, Kring's way of looking at the world shines through with heart-wrenching characters and scenes that climb off the page. A must read!

    • Teresa says:

      I love Sandra Kring's novels and was so excited when I seen she had a new one out and this one was just as great as her other novels! I loved the story and the characters very much and would love another book with these characters!

    • Kelsey says:

      Loved this book, didn't want to put it down! Just wish the ending would have ended a little differently

    • Nicole says:

      I Love anything by Sandra Kring this is a wonderful story about love and heartbreak this author's stories always draw me in right away. Great young adult read!

    • Maggie Bryan says:

      Sandra Kring writes about wonderful female characters. This book is no exception. I enjoyed it very much.

    • Alyssa says:

      One of the best books that I have read in 2016! I highly recommend it to everyone! Although there are mature topics such as rape and suicide that are covered.

    • heather says:

      Awesome!Great read tally love all Sandra Kring books and this one is awesome! Read all of her books and you will not be able to put them down!

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