Falling Like Ember by Christina L. Schmidt

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" Schmidt has tapped into the real world of high school relationships and narrated the novel in a language her readers will understand—even crave. In doing so, she has transformed what might have been a trite story into something utterly fresh and original."
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                       "...utterly fresh and original." - BlueInk Review   Falling Like Ember asks what if music could fill the infinite between two souls?

Lux Tazo doesn't quite fit in with her picture-perfect family. Her artwork appears messy, her fashion sense resembles a Tim Burton movie character, and the soundtrack to her life begins with a Sia song. She hopes to find acceptance at Briar Heights Academy where she becomes best friends with designer Anya Jensen, and falls for musical prodigy Ember Sweeney -- but misunderstandings keep her feeling like a loner there, too.

Following a downward spiral of self-doubt, Lux is determined to start fresh and fix her relationships. But tragedy leaves her in a coma, with only Ember and Anya fighting for her survival.

Can music fill the infinite between them and save Lux?

Falling Like Ember reveals the beauty and pain of defining relationships, taking chances, and choosing to fight for what you believe in, even if it's alone.
 

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Published September 6, 2016 by Besser House Publishing. 310 pages
Genres: Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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on Sep 05 2016

" Schmidt has tapped into the real world of high school relationships and narrated the novel in a language her readers will understand—even crave. In doing so, she has transformed what might have been a trite story into something utterly fresh and original."

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