How to Be Luminous



How to Be Luminous When seventeen year old Minnie Sloe s mother disappears, so does her ability to see color How can young artist Minnie create when all she sees is black and white Middle child Minnie and her two sisters have always been able to get through anything together growing up without fathers, living the eccentric artist lifestyle, and riding out their mother s mental highs and lows But when they lose their mother, Minnie wonders if she could lose everything her family, her future, her first love and maybe even her mind. Download How to Be Luminous – oldtimertips.us

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  • Hardcover
  • 336 pages
  • How to Be Luminous
  • Harriet Reuter Hapgood
  • 04 November 2017
  • 1626723753

10 thoughts on “How to Be Luminous

  1. Alexa says:

    Still mulling over my full thoughts on this story In some respects, it really was quite interesting especially as a story about grief and anger over the loss of someone beloved.

  2. Jay G says:

    Want to seebookish things from me Check out my youtube channel I was sent a copy of this book by the publisher in exchange for my honest review Minnie and her two sisters have always been eccentric, taking after their artistic mother When their mother goes missing, each sister copes in their own way Minnie finds herself struggling with the loss of her colours, seeing the world in monochrome She doesn t know how she will be able to be an artist Want to seebookish things from me Check out my youtube channel I was sent a copy of this book by the ...

  3. Samantha (WLABB) says:

    All the color disappeared from her world along with her mother While trying to remedy the situation, Minnie worries that she might have inheritedthan her mother s artistic ability.My love for grief and loss books was really satisfied by How to Be Luminous This book was beautiful, heartbreaking, and poignant Hapgood s exploration of grief was well executed, and she did a beautiful job capturing the different ways people deal with great losses.The story was told from the point of view of All the color disappeared from her world along with her mother While trying to remedy the situation, Minnie worries that she might have inheritedthan her mother s artistic ability.My love for grief and loss books was really satisfied by How to Be Luminous This book was beautiful, heartbreaking, and poignant Hapgood s exploration of grief was well executed, and she did a beautiful job capturing the different ways people deal with great losses.The story was...

  4. Ryley (Ryley Reads) says:

    After Hapgood s previous novel, The Square Root of Summer, I was really excited to pick up her latest book While it was well written, I couldn t help but feel like I ve read similar stories and that there wasn t maybe as much originality as I wanted there to be.This book follows seventeen year old Minnie After the disappearance and presumed death of her famous artist mother four months ago, Minnie has lost all the colour in her life Instead of vibrant colours, her entire world has turned gray After Hapgood s previous novel, The Square Root of Summer, I was really excited to pick up her latest book While it was well written, I couldn t help but feel like I ve read similar stories and that there wasn t maybe as much originality as I wanted there to be.This book follows seventeen year old...

  5. Chelsea Girard says:

    When seventeen year old Minnie Sloe s mother disappears, so does her ability to see color How can young artist Minnie create when all she sees is black and white Middle child Minnie and her two sisters have always been able to get through anything together growing up without fathers, living the eccentric artist lifestyle, and riding out their mother s mental highs and lows...

  6. Jill says:

    Thank you to Net Galley and Roaring Brook Press for a digital copy of this ARC in return for an honest review.In How to Be Luminous by Harriet Reuter Haphood Minnie and her two sisters, Niko and Emmy Kate, are suddenly left without their mother Minnie, the middle sister, finds a suicide note in her mother s art studio but no sign of her body Niko has to take over as guardian, Minnie loses all her color, and Emmy Kate is going out at all hours of the night Their mother was an artist, as well a Thank you to Net Galley and Roaring Brook Press for a digital copy of this ARC in return for an honest review.In How to Be Luminous by Harriet Reuter Haphood Minnie and her two sisters, Niko and Emmy Kate, are suddenly left without their mother Minnie, the middle sister, finds a suicide note in her mother s art studio but no sign of her body Niko has to take over as guardian, Minnie loses all her color, and Emmy Kate is going out at all hours of the night Their mother was an artist, as well as the three girls, so losing color makes things very difficult, but Minnie doesn t want to tell anyone, including her boyfriend.I thought this was a really good book about mental illness and suicide, and I thought all the art was really interesting I also love whenever one of the characters is deaf.I thought there might be some sex in the beginning, and I wasn t a fan of that in a YA novel, but it ended up not happening and being okay It was also hard for me to get past some...

  7. Amber Johnson says:

    I won this book through a Goodreads Giveaway The beginning was a little slow for me but once I became invested in the sisters story, I couldn t put it down The author really portrayed the sisters grief well with each of them process...

  8. Cassie says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Net Galley provided me an ARC of this book The plot developed in this book nicely The story moved along at a great pace and I was interested in finding out what happened to all of the characters throughout the story I wasn t very impressed with the main character at times, I didn t feel like I could feel sorry for her or sympathize with her She didn t seem to progress as a person, and I wasn t rooting for her at the end I would maybe categorize this as older young adult I m not sure a midd Net Galley provided me an ARC of this book The plot developed in this book nicely The story moved along at a great pace and I was int...

  9. Katelyn Attanasio says:

    A mix of Where d You Go Bernadette and The Bell Jar, I sometimes felt this books didn t know what it wanted to be Also, other than the age of the main character 17 , I d have a difficult time classifying this as YA, and I don t th...

  10. Lindsay Montague says:

    This book was beautiful From start to finish, I was absolutely mesmerized by the language and prose I was immediately pulled into this whimsical south London town and into the Sloe household Our main character, Minnie, is struggling with finding her place in her family of artists after the disappearance of their art famous mother, Rachel Sloe She s also is hit with one of the worst things that could happen to an artist she s lost her ability to see color.While there are a few other characte This book was beautiful From start to finish, I was absolutely mesmerized by the language and prose I was immediately pulled into this whimsical south London town and into the Sloe household Our main character, Minnie, is struggling with finding her place in her family of artists after the disappearance of their art famous mother, Rachel Sloe She s also is hit with one of the worst things that could happen to an artist she s lost her ability to see color.While there are a few other characters in this book, the focus is on the three sisters Minnie feels alone in her grief and it s slowly sucking her...

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