Everything Leads to You

Everything Leads to You

Nina LaCour / Aug 07, 2020
Everything Leads to You I want you to do something with the place Something epic After being entrusted with her brother s Los Angeles apartment for the summer as a graduation gift Emi Price isn t sure how to fulfill his one
  • Title: Everything Leads to You
  • Author: Nina LaCour
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  • Page: 138
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • I want you to do something with the place Something epic After being entrusted with her brother s Los Angeles apartment for the summer as a graduation gift, Emi Price isn t sure how to fulfill his one condition that something great take place there while he s gone Emi may be a talented young production designer, already beginning to thrive in the competitive film ind I want you to do something with the place Something epic After being entrusted with her brother s Los Angeles apartment for the summer as a graduation gift, Emi Price isn t sure how to fulfill his one condition that something great take place there while he s gone Emi may be a talented young production designer, already beginning to thrive in the competitive film industry, but she still feels like an average teen, floundering when it comes to romance But when she and her best friend, Charlotte, discover a mysterious letter at the estate sale of a Hollywood film legend, Emi must move beyond the walls of her carefully crafted world to chase down the loose ends of a movie icon s hidden life, leading her to uncover a decades old secret and the potential for something truly epic love.
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      • Nina LaCour

        Nina LaCour grew up in the San Francisco Bay Area Her first job was at fourteen in an independent bookstore, and she has since worked in two others She has tutored and taught in various places, from a juvenile hall to a private college She now teaches English at an independent high school.Of Hold Still, Nina says This book is about loss, and it s also about art The loss part comes from a classmate s suicide I didn t know him well, but learning of his death remains one of the most profoundly sad and confusing events of my teenage years The art part comes from my mother, a high school photography teacher A girl in one of her student s photographs inspired the character of Ingrid While I was writing, I learned how to develop and print black and white photographs in a darkroom Nina lives in Oakland, California with her wife and their two cute cats Visit her online at ninalacour.


    1. Also posted on Hit or Miss Books.Everything Leads to You is definitely not a BAD book It was actually my first lesbian YA romance details later read and I think I may continue with this genre and try to seek some gems out there because there always are The story revolves around Ava, the granddaughter of a well known celebrity who died and left her a letter telling her how much he wished he knew her and that he left her A LOT of money she can use at her sake Now here is the thing I thought Emi wa [...]

    2. THIS BOOK IS AMAZING SO BEAUTIFUL AND THE FEELS AND IT S ALL ABOUT MOVIES AND LOVE JUST AHHHH Check out my video review here youtube watch v 5hTh4s

    3. Este libro fue una sorpresa absoluta, empec a leer sin tener una idea de que se trataba, ni siquiera lo hab a visto en ning n blog ni en ning n canal de youtube as que esta virgen con respecto a la historia.Una de las cosas que mas me gustaron de este libro, es como lleva el tema de la homosexualidad, de una forma tan natural, tan simple, no es ning n hecho sorprendente o novedoso que la protagonista tenga novia, es algo totalmente normal en la historia, que esta centrada en un tema totalmente d [...]

    4. Without a doubt, this is LaCour s best novel by far While I ve loved and taken away something different from every one of her books, I was still blown away by this which, believe me, is no easy task.Film What I appreciate about LaCour s writing style, in general, is the fact that she never writes down to her audience Instead of depicting young adults whose lives revolve around school, she imbibes each and every one of her protagonists which a passion In Hold Still it was photography in The Disen [...]

    5. 3.5 Stars Because in the conversation beneath this one, what we re really saying is I am an imperfect person Here are my failures Do you want me anyway Awww, this was so cute Seriously a nice palate cleanser in between all the angst and fantasy This story revolves around Emi, who works set design in LA and unravels a mystery involving a classic film star and the troubled Ava There s this really fantastic element on movie magic, and it was great reading about all the behind the scenes work that g [...]

    6. You know what was better than gasp realizing that girls can like other girls and it s a perfectly normal thing in the world Reading about girls who like other girls Young Mar was shooketh.

    7. 3.5 starsWith a mixture of Deb Caletti s quiet storytelling and Sarah Dessen s eye for detail, Nina LaCour writes the tale of Emi Price, an aspiring production designer who just graduated from high school We first encounter Emi after her brother leaves her his polished Los Angeles apartment His only instructions to her do something amazing with the place Emi feels at a loss until she and her best friend Charlotte stumble upon a mysterious letter at the old house of a deceased Hollywood legend Th [...]

    8. 3.5 stars Everything Leads to You is a book about movies and love It didn t impress me as much as I d hoped, but this was by no means a bad or negative read I m sure many will love it it just didn t do much for me The main character, Emi, is an aspiring film worker I loved the descriptions and depictions of her sets I m not a movie person, but if I were, this would ve been amazing Anyone who loves the movies will LOVE this book Even without loving cinema, LaCour s writing was visual enough that [...]

    9. This review appears on Happy Indulgence Check it out for reviews It s not often I rate a contemporary 5 stars, but Everything Leads To You deserves every accolade As a completely enchanting, elegant exploration of movie making in LA, it s a story of hope, a young starlet and a designer, artistic passion and love that only grows when you give it a chance.The novel starts off with a mystery, where Emi and her best friend Chantelle stumble upon a movie star s inheritance letter, which leads them t [...]

    10. Well Technically I would give this a 2 star rating but the Hollywood setting was just amazing I had to give it another star.I m a huge, HUGE movie buff And not the type that just binge watch films I look at everything the direction, acting, lighting, sets, cinematography, the details So this book really hit home for me The fact that the protagonist is a budding set designer just fascinated me I loved the way the book describes the world she s in and her job so vividly.However, that is the only t [...]

    11. My problem with Everything leads to you is how incredibly one dimensional and shallow the story is.Everything is either modern and chic or vintage and charming , polished to perfection There is very little realism I always welcome diversity and was happy to see a a lesbian mixed race main character However, you re telling me she has never experienced discrimination, rejection or any type of struggle I don t buy it.We ve all been there Someone said you can t do it because of something irrelevant [...]

    12. I received this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review 4.5 starsI really enjoyed this book This was my first book by Nina LaCour and I loved her style and the tone overall The only problem I had was I felt like it was just a touch slow in the middle, but it picked up and I really enjoyed it I loved the plot surrounding film making and of course the mystery they encountered I really enjoyed all of the characters in this book, especially the mysterious Ava These characters were f [...]

    13. Yes, I am giving Nina LaCour yet another well deserved 5 star rating I ve read 3 of her books this past week and I can t get enough, they are all beautiful, and so, so heartbreaking This review will probably be an emotional mess because I am literally still crying, but I ll try my best I picked this book up expecting a sweet F F romance, with a bit of mystery and lots of movie magic, but I got so much I should know by now that LaCour takes every expectation and flips it on it s head This was no [...]

    14. Check out my blog for reviews and other bookish posts This is a spoiler free review Everything Leads To You has received many positive reviews and We Are Okay by Nina LaCour is one of my favourite books of 2017, so I had expected to love this novel as well Unfortunately, I didn t This is by no means a bad book, I just had expected something profound.My main problem is that this is a young adult contemporary, yet it is neither realistic or relatable Emi is an eighteen year old set designer who [...]

    15. Everything Leads to You was the last of my summer reads and I chose it over We Are Okay, a story that sounds a lot sadder and darker I ll save it for autumn I finished Everything Leads to You a couple of weeks ago and I still remember how film aspect of the storyline made me feel I adored it I love the idea of being a set designer like Emi, our talented protagonist, and Nina LaCour tackles every little detail She enables the reader to really understand and picture the work that goes into set des [...]

    16. So, this book, in lack of a better word, is awful.There are so many problems with this book that I lost count while reading it so I m going to try my best to be not spoilery andce.I was told that every Nina LaCour book was good, but I don t think I ll be picking up another one anytime soon because her writing style is very similar to an amateur fan fiction writer Oh, Ava says, looking at the screen The internet is locked or something You just need a password The front desk will give it to us Ava [...]

    17. Okay yes I am DNFing this at like 30% I KNOW I KNOW I AM BLACK SHEEP WHEN IT COMES TO THIS I liked the writing I did I liked the brother And I love the LGBT aspect Emi likes girls and that s that which was refreshing to read But this book was just boring me I am sorry It was putting me to sleep I read only like 80 pages and they were all whiny about an ex and break up And nope No thanks.Sorry I m sad though though I REAAAALLY WANTED TO LIKE THIS It sucks this book has been on my tbr for over a y [...]

    18. First off, this is good I promise It really is.But it s nowhere near as fantastic or epic or mindblowing as I hoped it would be And the main reason why I m a bit disappointed is the fact that there are so few F F YA books that every time I start one I hope it will be good enough to make up for this tragic shortage And then, often than not, it s just good, and I feel let down than I would have felt if it had been a paranormal romance or a thriller or a fantasy just one out of a million similar [...]

    19. Disappointing read Waste of money and time There s not much to the story where two people finding new locations as well as exploring them for their films and other stuffs and most of the time the characters go bonkers about who is whom or about messy relationships Moreover, it s not that it is first time that I m reading about a Lesbian relationship, somehow the author couldn t project that relationship so flawlessly or with enough intensity And when the characters are so boring and nonchalantly [...]

    20. This book was perfect in every way and I ll write a better review when I m ready to stop feeling so giddy at the presence of a multiracial gay character whose ethnic makeup and sexual identity aren t major dramatic plot points they re just part of who she is finally is it sad that I feel so grateful for this little bit of not one hundred percent straight white representation

    21. Challenge 9 a book by a female author popsugar reading challenge 2015 This was an amazing book I think that it is one of my new favorites

    22. Ilovedthis book I wasn t quite sold in the beginning, but somewhere in between 50 pages and 100, I was smitten This book does one very important thing it normalizes non heterosexual relationships The main character, Emi, prefers women, and this is never a a personal struggle for her She already knows who she is and how she feels and her friends and family know Ava, the love interest, does have difficult issues relating to her sexuality, but over all, this novel is just about two girls falling i [...]

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