Hope (2020)

Hope Rhian Ivory Rhian Tracey Hope The summer between school and sixth form college When Hope doesn t get into drama college and her friends do all her plans fall apart She s struggling with anger grief for her father and a sense th
  • Title: Hope
  • Author: Rhian Ivory Rhian Tracey
  • ISBN: 9781910080627
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Paperback
Hope Rhian Ivory Rhian Tracey The summer between school and sixth form college When Hope doesn t get into drama college, and her friends do, all her plans fall apart She s struggling with anger, grief for her father and a sense that her own body is against her She meets Riley on the ferry and his texts give her someone to talk to But this isn t a story about a boy fixing everything It s about tryiThe summer between school and sixth form college When Hope doesn t get into drama college, and her friends do, all her plans fall apart She s struggling with anger, grief for her father and a sense that her own body is against her She meets Riley on the ferry and his texts give her someone to talk to But this isn t a story about a boy fixing everything It s about trying new things and having the courage to ask for help A wonderful, believable read Eve Ainsworth, Seven Days, Crush and Damage Real characters to root for, laugh with, cry for, and a subject that should be widely shared Joanna Nadin, The Rachel Riley Diaries I thoroughly enjoyed this little gem It s out next week You should check it out Cat Clarke, bestselling Zoella Whsmiths Book club author Rhian Ivory s Hope immediately won me over for its ability rare among UK writers to capture the modern Irish dialect without venturing into Oirish territory Her own voice is completely believable and makes this issue heavy story both authentic and engaging Claire Hennessey, The Irish Times
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  1. Bee (Heart Full of Books)

    There wasn t certainly a lot going on in Hope s life With a secret semi mysterious boy texting her, her PMDD diagnosis, the fact she d been fighting with her best friend and didn t get in to drama school She couldn t sing even though her summer job required it and she was retying to stress the importance of organ donation SO MUCH But everything was tied up so it was handled really well I feel like the novel wasn t quite the best format for it, though I could see it was a teen TV show instead

  2. Zaide

    Hope was an inspiring book on how it feels when suddenly your life isn t going how you expected it to Hope Baldi had her future all planned out, but after the recent loss of her father, then her failure to get into the drama college she s always dreamed of, everything starts to fall apart She starts to struggle increasingly with her emotions that often materialise as anger that leaves her regretting her actions, and her words after it s settled What I loved about this story was that it was about [...]

  3. Jess

    For Hope, a 16 year old who lives and breathes her dream of becoming an actress, failing her audition feels like the end of the world For her, with mum unable to find travelling for auditions or visits and dad recently passed away, this means the end of the line with her dream Hope does not know how to process this A chance meeting with an Irish boy called Riley on her ferry home provides a background to the main events of the novel He is both a source of her frustration and a humorous support [...]

  4. Amy (Golden Books Girl)

    received from Firefly Press in exchange for an honest review In this fantastic contemporary YA novel, Rhian Ivory tells the story of Hope, who is having to reevaluate her future plans after being rejected from every drama school she applied to, and is made to work with a singing team in a hospital by her mum to stop her moping I thought the hospital setting was fabulous it s the closest to ones I ve been in that I ve ever read, and I also learnt some new information about hospitals medicine, whi [...]

  5. gem

    I deliberately didn t read anything about this book before reading it, simply because I knew I was going to the launch at Waterstones Birmingham and that I wanted to go into it completely fresh The absolutely ace ChelleyToy hosted the event, and from the outset I was completely captivated Chelley had clearly read and LOVED HopeBook and the questions she asked Rhian made me want to read it asap.The book itself covers a huge range of topics and each one is described with care, attention and Rhian [...]

  6. Charlotte Burns

    Hope starts with an emotional scene where our main character, Hope, swaps numbers with a boy on a boat, ostensibly because he is worried about her This sparks the start of an interesting relationship, which at times borders on being inappropriate, but ultimately seems to be a positive thing for Hope Something has happened and it feels like the end of the world for Hope She has to put her dream on hold to work with her mum, singing in the hospital It is not what Hope wants, but it seems to prompt [...]

  7. Lucy-May

    Hope is a very emotional book that covers a lot of issues that made me very sad very happy Rhian has got teenager interaction between crushes spot on I identify a lot with Hope possibly enough to have a chat with my GP I wasn t too fond of her best friend though This book falls into the contemporary category Rhian has written that part of the book very well the diverse realistic characters their lives all fit together really naturally none of it felt forced or just done to tick a box I think thi [...]

  8. Amelia Volkova

    I m always happy to read book and discover that it s beautiful both inside and out I didn t expect much from it, and I got everything tears of joy and sadness, laughing at cheesy jokes and getting to know some new things that I didn t know anything about I honestly enjoyed every page and I even downloaded app mentioned in the story, and I have to thank the author for that I really want to know about what happens next in the story, but I m also quite pleased by the way it ended.

  9. Alice

    Hope tackles some big topics grief, sickness in children, organ donation, periods and PMDD, which was something I d not previously been aware of I like it when a book teaches me something new without it feeling forced or like a lesson This book is quite an emotional rollercoaster with lots of drama, sadness, and, of course, hope I felt that Hope realistically portrayed fragile teenage friendships and I particularly enjoyed the messaging between Hope and Riley, which felt very natural As someone [...]

  10. Michelle Toy

    A am a huge fan of Rhian s already and when I heard about her new book Hope I just couldn t wait From the tag line Sometimes the end is just the beginning to the way Rhian deals with subjects like organ donation, PMDD, friendship, family and love But most of all this book is about hope event in the darkest and most testing of times when you feel that all is lost There is a touching scene in this book that had me in tears which involves a group called Singing Medicine who are based on a real life [...]

  11. Libby

    This book manages to cover such a range of issues without feeling like they are crammed in for the sake of it Some of these issues are seen as taboo but this book brings them to light and highlights to readers that they are worth talking about and if you have the problems you should find someone to talk to I bought this book before one of my Music college auditions and planned to read it if I didn t get a place Although I luckily did get one, I found that I could deeply empathize with Hope and t [...]

  12. Lauren James

    For anyone who wants representation of periods in books, you need to check this one out Contemporary YA set in the Midlands.

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