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!!> PDF / Epub ✈ Kids These Days (Stories from Luna East Arts Academy Vol. 1) ⚣ Author Chrissie Peria – Eiyo.us

Kids These Days (Stories from Luna East Arts Academy Vol. 1) The Stories From LUNA EAST ARTS ACADEMY Are About Love And Also, Friends, Food, Kissing, Rumors, Mean People, Insecurities, Birthdays, Breakups, Making Up We Set It In An Arts Academy Because We Wanted Everyone To Have A Talent, And Know It Because No One Is Ordinary, If You Know Them Well Enough Who Are You, At LUNA EAST Are You A Popular Kid, A Wallflower, A Drama Club Diva, A Debate Whiz Visit Lunaeastacademy.org To Read Stories From LUNAEAST, And Submit Your Own For Readers 16 And Up.BOOK LINK Luna East Website Lunaeastacademy.orgPaperback Order Form Bit.ly Lunaeastv1

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  1. says:

    The concept of creating a single universe for this compilation is amazing Authors of the different short stories in this anthology had the option for their characters who are all students in Luna Arts Academy to interact or not too.It was nostalgic to read through the different works in this book It makes me miss my high school days Personally, I could relate to so...


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    Review posted at Amaterasu ReadsI always get nostalgic whenever I read stories about high school, given that it was such a fun time of my life And the collection of stories in Luna East Academy brought out a lot of warm, fuzzy feelings in me while I was reading There really is a story for anyone and everyone who ve ever been through the good and the bad times, the crazy ups and downs and the confusing, exhilirating time that was High School.Short but meaningful, each of the stories will bring out a different feeling from the reader the moment they finish reading I started off feeling kilig , immediately responding to that sweetness that started off the stories in Luna East It gradually pulled me in with the myriad of characters I meet in each author s work, each becoming a little interesting as I navigate through the world of high school cliques, the social hierarchies, and the common denominator that binds all of the stories inside friendship and love.I really think the idea behind Luna East is brilliant I love how I get to read works from different authors with different themes and writing styles and you not only get to see the contrasts in their works, but you get to know the lives of those within the fictional Academy that is Luna East You are bound to meet a character that you will like and dislike, read a story that will make your heart ache or jump with joy,...


  3. says:

    It all started at a romanceclass meet up, when Mina mentioned that she dreamed of writing a Sweet Valley esque type of series, but set in the Philippines Everyone who attended that class had read Sweet Valley at some point in their lives, so it was a pretty exciting idea We all started chattering excitedly about it, like where the school would be and the activities, and started calling dibs on characters in the school the jock, the teachers, and the like Stories started getting written over the next few months, a website was set up to house the stories, continuity was established, and now, the first volume of the book is out Well, almost out, because as of this writing, it s still a few days before the launch D The stories in Luna East were cute and fun, and there were no two stories alike I liked how there were so many eyes to see high school in, and so many people to rub elbows with Since this is just volume 1, the stories barely scratch the surface of what could be happening inside the school, but it s a good start to get yourself acquainted with the environment True enough, it felt like the school was a playground for the imagination, and reading through the stories got me excited to finish mine, and mention some of the characters who were alread...


  4. says:

    When I first heard about the Luna East Arts Academy anthology, I was super excited I felt like it was a Sweet Valley book all over again but this time, taking place in the Philippines AND each story is written by a Filipino I thought maybe I could relate to the stories Also, maybe I wouldn t feel so envious that I wasn t, you know, blonde, blue eyed, and can eat anything and still maintain that sun kissed slim bod that the Wakefield twins flaunt in our fatty faces.Well, I was rightand I was wrong I was right because I didn t feel so envious because the characters are people you might recognize in your school I was wrong because I felt envious that these are experiences I wish my high school had And oh, I wish Luna East Arts Academy was real.My high school was pretty ordinary, so I was envious at the numerous activities offered in Luna East We didn t have a swim team much less a swimming pool , we didn t have a football team, and we were so not allowed to have a kissing booth Darn Plus, I went to an all girls school, and now th...


  5. says:

    READ MY FULL REVIEW HERE looks like I finally have a verdict I did not like this anthology of YA short stories at all Which is a shame, because I was really looking forward to reading and liking this book Not just because it s a Philippine YA book and it s the second Philippine collection of YA stories that I read, after Bagets but also because it promises so many fluffy and cute stories, which I m actually craving right now since I m drowning in so many academic responsibilities that I need a breather To the book s credit, it did have a lot of cute and fluffy stories ButI still didn t like the entire anthology nonetheless I already mentioned this in my previous updates while reading the book, but the main problem that I found was that this collection lacked variety This was also a problem that I encountered in Bagets, but my expectations were now high in this book because Bagets was published in the early 2000s, so it was bound to be conservative and derivative Kids These Days didn t suffer from preachiness and forced conservatism however, it did suffer from a lack of variety in terms of tropes and clich s The majority of the stories in the collection follow the same trope, I swear and this trope is the relationship between a campus heartthrob guy and a nobody girl Don t get me wrong I have nothing against this trope I ll b...


  6. says:

    I was hit by memories reminiscent from my high school days it feels like its yesterday to me when I read this anthology All those tears, laughter, heartbreak, swoony moments with your crushes , and many other memorable moments that I ve experienced during my high school days flooded back into my mind I was like looking into a big screen while it played those scenes.My mind didn t register the words I read at first but eventually, I get the hang of it Some of the stories were cheesy but it s not the kind where you cringe at its cheesiness It has the too much cheesiness but it s so fluffy I m gonna swoon kind of feeling into it I fell in love with You Are The Apple of My Eye by Addie Lynn Co and Picture Me Naked by D.R Lee If I have my favorite ones, I also have my not so favorite ones those so so stories for me I prefer not to mention the titles of those stories but the reasons why I don t like them were because 1 I m just not into those kind of theme in a story, 2 left me with a big question mark in mind and 3 a bit bore ish for me The only complain I have is that most of the stories left me hanging the kind wherein you would want to throw something in front of you because you re too frustrated Did all the authors in this anthology planned for their stories to end in a cliffhanger Is there going to be a continuation to the stories or is the stories left to end like that Ugh I want a continuation to all of the stories in this anthology.This antholog...


  7. says:

    I think that the underlying concept of Luna East is brilliant And so are the stories itself in this volume, mind you I liked how the stories are interrelated even if the there are various authors I enjoyed reading the collection because it made me remember my own high school days That first crush, the CAT thingy, the various club activities etc Even the booze, LOL Nope, I didn t drink even if my classmates did I only actually went once, and only because it happened right where I was staying LOL no they didn t coerce those who didn t want to drink It was clean fun there was parental supervision and no, no one was making out at some room and this is why I think that the title of the volume fits and is quite telling , and nope, there were no parties of grand scale such as the ones that Odette and Bianca throw then again, we were from a public school ...


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    I bought this book out of impulse after seeing that it was written by Filipino authors and set in an art school I ve been wanting to read local works, and I found that an art high school is a pretty unique concept I decided to buy it upon skimming through positive reviews here on Goodreads, and I was hoping that the stories would live up to my expectations However, I was disappointed to find that I could not relate to most of the stories despite being a high school student myself Perhaps it s because Luna East High School is a world beyond my own, with its affluent students and Western high school tropes There are some hints of Filipino culture in the stories eating dirty ice cream and almost texting wer na u, to name a few off the top of my head , but after finishing the book, I felt like I just flipped through the novel version of Mean Girls Many of the stories involve partying, underage drinking, cliques, and rumors which I mostly see in Western high school films and books Granted, these themes are present in Filipino high schools, but I was hoping to get a Pinoy feel out of the book.Another thing that bothered me is the almost repetitive characters None of the characters truly stood out to me, and I could see a sort of pattern in the stories If they aren t scholars, they re art prodigies or gods of sports The boy...


  9. says:

    Welcome to Luna East Arts Academy, a place where your teenage fantasies are released, and where you can find yourself or find people who can help you get to know yourself even .Luna East is a collection of short stories from today s talented bunch of Filipino Authors It s a sneak peek about the lives of the students of Luna East Arts Academy, a fictional school where a lot of magic happens.From childhood sweethearts, to love at first sight to Cadet Training memories teenagers trying to go against the Status Quo to not being sure if the person you like likes you back to picturing someone naked getting rid of rumors and being true to yourself Anime Conventions Coffee shop talks and learning to stand for yourself and for the people in your life, this book has it all.What s great about Luna East is that there is a variation of stories no story is the same, but they also intertwine in such a way that you can find some of the characters in one story in the other There s continuity, for sure, but there is also variety, which makes it good, because as you well may know by now, some readers these days...


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    I received a copy of Kids These Days from D.R Lee via a giveaway from her The Perfictionist FB page I was really excited to read this because KTD was my first YA short story collection written by Filipino authors And it didn t disappoint Most of the stories were good, and reading all of them made me wish I had a exciting high school experience, haha XD If you ve read manga, especially shoujo, you ll see similarities in some of the stories but that doesn t take away from the fact that this book has a ton of kilig moments in it I also think it s cool that these stories sometimes intertwine.I have some favorites, and I ll list them here in the order that they appear in the book Yours is the First Face that I Saw by Ronald S LimThis was so adorable And it s twice as good if you watch Teen Wolf, or if you at least know who Scott McCall s actor is YitFFtIS is my favorite out of all the stories in the book It s so funny how Sebastian turns tsundere when he s around Tyler 3 The Letter by M Protacio De GuzmanI...

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