Clear Librarian s Note Alternate cover edition for ISBN Stella Ford s grasp on reality is already loose and it s about to come undone When the college junior flees Chicago and leaves her tox

  • Title: Clear
  • Author: Jessica Park
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  • Page: 311
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  • Librarian s Note Alternate cover edition for ISBN13 9781508453420Stella Ford s grasp on reality is already loose, and it s about to come undone.When the college junior flees Chicago and leaves her toxic family behind, she heads for coastal Maine to find the one person who brought her peace years ago Sam Bishop But the Sam she once knew now has painful secrets.Stella isLibrarian s Note Alternate cover edition for ISBN13 9781508453420Stella Ford s grasp on reality is already loose, and it s about to come undone.When the college junior flees Chicago and leaves her toxic family behind, she heads for coastal Maine to find the one person who brought her peace years ago Sam Bishop But the Sam she once knew now has painful secrets.Stella is determined to heal them both Healing, however, is a challenge when the walls of her everyday existence collapse And when Sam s best friend is his worst enemy.When the line between life and death blurs.When an end is just a beginning.When lust and rage rule.Yet during extraordinary chaos, there can be extraordinary love, even if that love comes with a twist.Welcome to death tripping.A thriller, a paranormal, and a passionate romance, CLEAR crosses genres and breaks boundaries.

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    About "Jessica Park"

    1. Jessica Park

      Jessica is the author of CLEAR, The Left Drowning Series LEFT DROWNING and RESTLESS WATERS , the New York Times bestselling FLAT OUT LOVE the companion novella FLAT OUT MATT , FLAT OUT CELESTE, and RELATIVELY FAMOUS She lives in New Hampshire where she spends an obscene amount time thinking about rocker boys and their guitars, complex caffeinated beverages, and tropical vacations On the rare occasions that she is able to focus on other things, she writes Please visit her at jessicapark and on Facebook at facebook authorjessic and Twitter JessicaPark24

    772 thoughts on “Clear”

    1. 4.5 Tripping StarsReaders must go into this book without any “flat out” preconceived ideas of what to expect from this story. It's totally out of the box and nothing like her other books. This story was not only consuming but down right disturbing at times. It most definitely could be considered dark and at times it even got pretty gory. Ms. Park utilizes a paranormal element of what she calls “death tripping” while she brilliantly tied the story together and left me eager to discuss wit [...]

    2. 4.5 Stars"It's a good day to die, my friend."Unique and entertaining. I've always been a fan of Jessica's storytelling, and while Clear is very different from her other work, the flow is perfect and her characters are interesting and engaging.This story won't work for some, but I was completely captivated. A fresh idea in a genre overrun with vampires and werewolves. On a terrible day, Stella meets Sam, and he offers her comfort in her time of need."Everything will be okay. Good things last, and [...]

    3. It's like I walked into a restaurant and ordered a pizzad the waiter gave me a live crocodile.This book started at Point A. Point A was simple. Point A was normal. It seemed like this book was a story about a girl whose mother abused her verbally and emotionally. However, the girl goes on to find hope in her new-found relationship with a relatively hot and quirky guy. Both of them have dark pasts and are trying to work towards a better futuregether. And then we arrived at Point B.The guy isn't j [...]

    4. 4.5 STARSWOW! This is by far the best PNR I've read so far. Since this was my first read by this author I didn’t know what to expect, especially since I knew it will be a PNR. My advice is to give this one a try even if paranormal romance is not your genre of choice. This was definitely more than a PNR. It was a NA/PNR yes, but it has thriller elements and dark elements/themes as well (death and suicide). “Clear” was a very unique, intriguing and intense read. I was engrossed in the story [...]

    5. Gonna keep this short and go with the old its not you its meHonestly my only problem was that I just didn't connect with the characters.I like paranormal. I like the "other wordly." I like a good suspense. I really like the unique. All the those are present. I just didn't quite "get it" quick enough. I was pretty confused initially. I read of a girl who had really crap parents, the relationship was just off the charts weird. Then said girl meets a boy and instant connection developeden he was go [...]

    6. 4 unexpected and mindfucky starsFrom the moment I saw the blurb for this book, I was intrigued. I love Jessica Park’s writing, she writes wonderful romance and when I learned that this one had a paranormal twist, I was a goner. The story is completely unexpected so don’t go into with any pre-conceived ideas. This book is original, imaginative, and quite dark, and it completely sucked me in. I devoured it in one sitting, and it left me reeling. But I must warn that some of the subject matter [...]

    7. ”It feels good to die, doesn't it?”4 STARSGenre: Paranormal New Adult Romance - AngstCover: 8/10 Writing: 10/10Heroine: 8/10Hero: 8/10Humour: 1/10Hotness: 4/10Romance: 8/10Extra book Details: Heroine POV; 1st person. Stand alone. Approx 260 kindle pages.After a chance encounter with the amazing Sam Bishop, Stella Ford's life becomes a confused mess of chaos and order, reality and make believe. After years of dealing with an abusive mother, things finally break when her obnoxious druggie sist [...]

    8. The book that is absolutely impossible to rate…I feel like I just went twelve rounds…with a book, and I lost.What. Did. I. Just. Read!?First we start here. Then we’re there. Then we’re….Where are we? I felt like I was tripping. So thanks Jessica Park for writing a book that I have absolutely no idea what to do with.The great thing about paranormal is that you get to make your own rules because…there are no rules. However, sometimes I felt like this book took its limits too far. Towar [...]

    9. This book started interesting enough with a young Stella Ford in the hospital after her father and sister got into a car accident while out buying her a birthday present. Apparently, there was a fatality and Stella's mother blamed Stella for the reason her husband and daughter are embroiled in this tragedy. Stella's mother begins her reign of terror against Stella.After years of intense of verbal abuse, Stella runs away from her Chicago home to find Sam Bishop, a stranger who once showed her kin [...]

    10. Well not sure how to rate this one. I appreciated the uniqueness of the story, connected with the characters and was pretty much invested in the story the whole time but something didn't quite settle with me. I'll have to think about it.

    11. I hate reading books like this. It actually makes me angry. Why? Because this book is so mind blowing, so fucking unbelievably fantastic but just because it’s a “romance” a lot of people won’t read it. I loved this book. I even hate saying I loved this book because we’ve become immune to people saying they “love” something. How do I explain how original and crazy this book is, how can I make you understand how much it moved me? Because this this wasn’t one of the best science fic [...]

    12. See we are all a little different and hence enjoy different things. As readers, we are the same. It's probably the reason why so many people loved this and I didn't. I wanted to love this, I truly did. The writing is spectacular and has a decent plot. However, I'm not fan of reading sex scenes with other people. Whether it's the hero or the heroine. I'm just not built that way. I'm not saying it's a bad thing, it's just not for me. As a result, I won't be rating this. It just doesn't seem fair t [...]

    13. Clear: A Death Trippers Novel by Jessica Park4.5 stars!!“I love you so mush.”It is no secret that I am a huge fan of Jessica Park, she is insanely talented and I love her writing style. But what Jessica has given us in the past is humour and contemporary always with that underlying romance. Clear is way out of her normal, so I was apprehensive yet excited because deep down I knew that no matter what Jessica wrote, it would be fantastic and I was not wrong.This is one of those WTF have I just [...]

    14. I went into this very open-minded, but I have to say that I think this book is all kinds of wrong for many reasons. 1) Writing:There are moments that are good, but the pacing and plotting aren't executed well. The exposition wasn't developed well from the start. I did have the feeling that the writer was going for a sort of unreliable narrator and that this is supposed to put us on the edge of our seats as we try to figure things out. I get what she was attempting to do, but it just did not work [...]

    15. Let me start off by saying this story felt quite dream like to begin with and it took a little bit of patience on my part to get into the story but I'm glad it paid off.Stella Ford rushes with her mother to the hospital where her Father and Sister have been taken. There has been an accident and Stella overhears a strange conversation between her father and sister Amy. She finds herself on a stairwell where she meets Sam Bishop who is very kind to Stella and tells her to go find her happiness. He [...]

    16. Clear is definitely a departure from Jessica Park's other contemporary romances. This paranormal romance is unique and fast-paced, but it didn't hook me like I'd hoped.After a car accident involving her father and sister, Stella Ford's life takes a turn for the worse.  Her father and sister should have been seriously injured but mysteriously they were barely harmed. That night, Stella has a brief encounter with a boy her age who showed her an ounce of compassion. Following the accident, her f [...]

    17. Unsettling is the best word to describe this book. It was downright weird and not in a good way. I read a lot of dark books but something about this irked me. The characters were so cavalier about death. Their experiences were described thoroughly, but I just couldn't relate. So the first 40% of the book was solidly based in reality. Stella's family hated her. Her mother was a psychotic bitch who verbally abused and manipulated Stella often enough that she thought she was going crazy. Things got [...]

    18. 5 Surging StarsI love being surprised by a book. I ususally don't even read the blurb if it is an author I trust to be amazing. When this one was recommended to me, I jumped because I trust the recommender. I had no idea what it was about. I'm not sure I know what is about now that I have finished it. What do know is that it is FANTASTIC. Stella has a crazy ass mother. As in Crazy Ass. When her dad and sister are in an accident, Stella meets Sam in the hospital stairs. While it is just a fleetin [...]

    19. 2.5 stars rounded up. This was CLEARLY not a book for me. I do LOVE this author and so appreciate someone stepping outside the box. However, In the end i was forcing myself thru the book mostly out of curiosity.

    20. 2.5? I dunno, this started out strong then just took a huge left turn. I just couldn't get on board with this one.

    21. *This was an ARC provided to me for free in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and comments are my own.*I am never disappointed with anything Jessica Park produces. I definitely have to start by saying this book is a total mindfuck. I felt like I was tripping at times. It is bold and unlike anything I've ever read before. The storyline is original and the characters are unique. Prepare yourself to be impressed by a new side of Jessica Park. There is an element of darkness yet something [...]

    22. I will start off by saying a few things: I liked Jessica Park's Flat Out series a lot (even though they were a tad too YA for me); I LOVED Left Drowning (because that book was just so WOW amazing!); I am not really a huge fan of most paranormal/fantasy books (even though that is my own son's genre) and yet, I was absolutely floored by the creativity, sensual and sexual grit and downright crazy cool way this book made me feel all the feels!It started off as a sad commentary about Stella, a young [...]

    23. CLEAR: A Death Trippers Novel needs to come with a warning label because READERS, you'll need to hold on, you're about to go on a wild ride. From the very first pages, in fact the first few paragraphs, I was entranced by what would become one of the most exhilarating books I've ever read. CLEAR will give readers a rush of adrenaline. It's so sensual and erotic, and not just because of the sexytimes (which are awesome!). Park digs deep and delivers an emotionally complicated story. There are mome [...]

    24. Stella and SamFirst 40% of this book I'd give 4 stars, then it took a serious left turn, but OK I can deal. I kept reading thinking the story line would improve. I gave up at 70% You could read a page, skip the next five pages, start reading and it seemed liked nothing new. Skip a few more pages, again, nothing new. You shouldn't be able to do that!I gave two stars because the beginning was good; I couldn't say the WHOLE book was 1 awful star.

    25. I am at a loss for words. This book started off pretty good. Then it took a nose dive straight to my DNF list. I am too heart broken by my current reading drought to write a review. All I have say is this is my 5th DNR this year and its only February. This story was hilariously horrible. I'm just speechless I need immediate help with my reading drought. It's painful!!!!!!!!!

    26. The story starts off with Stella at 16 She's awkward and is abuse blah blah blah! I get that she had to be fucked up in the head to go along with the death tripping Bc any sane person would have walked away when costa slit her throat and Sam was just watching telling her he'd be there Really???? He was a coward and at times I felt he was more into costa than into Stella.

    27. I wish I could un-read this and also un-pay for it ($4!). Jessica Park is awesome. The flat out series is one of my favorites. This book, definitely not so much. The way it's titled leads me to believe it may be a series. I really hope not.

    28. Just for the originality of this story alone, I have to give it 5 stars. I'll have to process this story for awhile before I can write anything coherent about this book. Because all I can think to say is buckle up and get ready for one craaaaaazy ride!!!

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