A Different Blue

A Different Blue Alternate Cover Edition can be found here Blue Echohawk doesn t know who she is She doesn t know her real name or when she was born Abandoned at two and raised by a drifter she didn t attend school u

  • Title: A Different Blue
  • Author: Amy Harmon
  • ISBN: 9781482658149
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Paperback
  • Alternate Cover Edition can be found here Blue Echohawk doesn t know who she is She doesn t know her real name or when she was born Abandoned at two and raised by a drifter, she didn t attend school until she was ten years old At nineteen, when most kids her age are attending college or moving on with life, she is just a senior in high school With no mother, no fatherAlternate Cover Edition can be found here Blue Echohawk doesn t know who she is She doesn t know her real name or when she was born Abandoned at two and raised by a drifter, she didn t attend school until she was ten years old At nineteen, when most kids her age are attending college or moving on with life, she is just a senior in high school With no mother, no father, no faith, and no future, Blue Echohawk is a difficult student, to say the least Tough, hard and overtly sexy, she is the complete opposite of the young British teacher who decides he is up for the challenge, and takes the troublemaker under his wing This is the story of a nobody who becomes somebody It is the story of an unlikely friendship, where hope fosters healing and redemption becomes love But falling in love can be hard when you don t know who you are Falling in love with someone who knows exactly who they are and exactly why they can t love you back might be impossible.

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    About "Amy Harmon"

    1. Amy Harmon

      Amy Harmon is a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and New York Times Bestselling author Amy knew at an early age that writing was something she wanted to do, and she divided her time between writing songs and stories as she grew Having grown up in the middle of wheat fields without a television, with only her books and her siblings to entertain her, she developed a strong sense of what made a good story Her books are now being published in thirteen languages, truly a dream come true for a little country girl from Levan, Utah.Amy Harmon has written ten novels including the USA Today Bestsellers, Making Faces and Running Barefoot, as well as The Law of Moses, Infinity One and the New York Times Bestseller, A Different Blue Her recent release, The Bird and the Sword, is a Choice finalist in Fantasy FROM SAND AND ASH, her historical romance, will be released via Lake Union Publishing on December 1st For updates on upcoming book releases, author posts and , join Amy at authoramyharmon.

    656 thoughts on “A Different Blue”

    1. Once upon a timeere was a little blackbird, pushed from the nest. Unwanted. Discarded.Amy Harmon, in A Different Blue, has written a beautiful tale of how a lost girl was found. Throughout her difficult and tumultuous journey, this lost girl found love and redemption.Blue Echohawk:Just like trash. And no amount of pretending I wasn’t trash would make me something else.*“I’m nobody! Who are you? Are you nobody, too?”Darcy Wilson:“You’re wrong about one thing, though. Girls like me not [...]


    2. 5 'Different' StarsWho is Blue Echohawk? Even she doesn’t know. Blue is not her real name, she's not sure what that is. She thinks she is 19 or maybe 20, she's not sure. Blue was left with a stranger, Jimmy Echohawk when she was around 2 years old. Her mother abandoned her and was found dead later. Jimmy raised her as his own, but after Jimmy died, Blue had no one. She doesn't know who she is. The first day of her senior year of high school, she will meet someone who will change her. Who helps [...]


    3. ★★★★★! A different Blue (stand-alone) A poignant & captivating tale about a young girl with no past & no hopes for a future!Click here to hear the song Mr. Wilson played on his cello that brought so much joy to Blue!“Once upon a time there was a little blackbird who was pushed from the nest, unwanted. Discarded.”A Different Blue is an emotional and beautifully told story about a young girl with no history, no self-worth and no future. At least that is how Blue Echohawk sees [...]


    4. *A story to savor!*Some stories have the power to change us. Whether it's for a lifetime, or just a moment—its effects are undeniable. The moment a book becomes a channel that reaches into the soul of its reader is one of life's sweetest gifts. For me, A Different Blue is one of those gifts. I'm nobody! Who are you? Are you nobody, too?- Emily Dickinson Blue Echohawk lives in a lonely world that has beaten down and abandoned her. Wearing an armor of attitude and a mask of makeup, she faces the [...]


    5. The e-book of A DIFFERENT BLUE is available on all platforms and has been re-released in paperback with BONUS CONTENT.Get the e-book: KINDLE | BARNES & NOBLE | iTUNES | KOBOGet the paperback with BONUS CONTENT: | BARNES & NOBLE | INDIEBOUND | WORDERY | BOOKS-A-MILLION | BOOK DEPOSITORYGet the audiobook: | AUDIBLE | TANTORThe feeling grew. It wasn’t grief and it wasn’t pain. It wasn’t despair or even remorse. It felt like . . . love.Someone told me once that to create true art you m [...]


    6. Description:The Spencer Hill Press release will have bonus content never before available.Pub Date 30 May 2017 Lifehouse – Brokenyoutube/watch?v=I6cdPProloqueAugust 1993Her face was flushed, and the blanket she lay on had ridden up, and her cheek lay against the plastic seat. She slept on, seemingly unbothered. She was amazingly resilient for such a tiny girl. Didn’t cry often, didn’t complain!!The proloque starts with a young mother who got killed, and with her death the little tiny girl [...]


    7. “I'm nobody, who are you? Are you nobody too?”➦This stand alone novel by Amy Harmon follows a life of a girl named Blue. Strange name, right? Why was she called blue? All the questions will be answered in this wonderful story of a woman who is on a quest of self-discovery.➦The book begins with showing us Blue as a troubled teenager. Having been abandoned at a very young age, Blue struggles with her identity. Wilson, her high school history teacher, helps Blue express herself through wood [...]


    8. I have no idea why I waited this long to read this book. It's beautifully told and quite evocative and I am in awe of Ms Harmon's talent.


    9. ✬✬✬ 5 "I'M NOBODY" STARS ✬✬✬Review @ Vanilla & Spice BooksThe book market is so saturated that it's impossible to read every author, especially with the limited time I have. So please forgive me that this is my first Amy Harmon book. It definitely won't be my last.“I’m nobody! Who are you? Are you nobody, too? Then there’s a pair of us— don’t tell They’d banish us, you know." Blue Echohawk isn't a conformist. She is around 19 years old, she dresses trashy to provoke, [...]


    10. A Different Blue is nothing like I expected, I think it’s safe to say that all of Amy’s books are nothing like you would expect. First, it was pitched to me by my bestie as a student/teacher story. Of course I was downloading the audiobook as we spoke…then she says, well it’s really so much more, just read it you will see. Once upon a timeere was a little blackbird, pushed from the nest. Unwanted. Discarded. Blue Echohawk is lost. Despite being found and raised by Jimmy, a drifter who fo [...]


    11. *******YOU CAN CHECK OUT THE WILSON POV AND INTERVIEW WITH AMY HARMON****** - totallybookedblog/2013/04/*****PLUS!!! CHECK OUT THE EPILOGUE FOR A DIFFERENT BLUE - PLEASE NOTE THIS EPILOGUE CONTAINS SPOILERS IF YOU HAVEN'T READ A DIFFERENT BLUE**** totallybookedblog/2013/04/ 4.5 Stars“Once upon a time…there was a little blackbird, pushed from the next. Unwanted. Discarded”And so begins A Different Blue. Part of the synopsis sums up the story with “This is the story of a nobody who becomes [...]


    12. Felt like having that question on repeat throughout this read.2.5 STARS Yep, that's me in the corner, me in the spotlight losing a good number of marbles reading this because I'm seriously questioning if I'm an emotional block of concrete or I'm just stars-selfish towards NA books or it really just didn't cut it.Honestly, I read this book with some wary hostility because for me, Slammed is untouchable and getting this compared to such a beloved book, well big shoes to fill if books have feet.Sea [...]


    13. “Once upon a timethere was a little blackbird,pushed from the nest.Unwanted.Discarded.”This is the story about a lost girl finding herself. And the guy who took her under his wing. This book takes the whole concept of ‘finding yourself’ to a whole new level. Abandoned by her mother at the age of 2, Blue doesn’t know her real name, doesn’t remember her parents, and doesn’t even know when she was born. She came with no immunization records, no address, no birth certificate, nothing. [...]


    14. 2 StarsOverview: “Why don’t you focus on where you’re going and less on where you came from?” Rating this so low feels weird, because I adored the last Harmon book I read! : Making Faces broke my heart and made me cry ugly tears. This just wasn’t on the same level. Dry characters made for a boring, flat story. I received a free copy of this through Netgalley in exchange for an honest review. Thanks to CreateSpace for the opportunity!Pros:Even though I never connected with the character [...]


    15. July 2017 Re-Read!!!I just love this book ♥June 2015 Re-Read!!!SighI just adore this book. A Different Blue was my first ever Amy Harmon novel, it inspired me to make an "absolute favorites" shelf on my profile (yes A Different Blue was my first favorite book!), and it led me to Ms. Harmon's other amazing work. This story is emotional, humorous, cultural, artistic, spiritual, and beautifully character-driven. This was my second time reading it and my emotions were still on high alert. I was p [...]


    16. 04/23/2013 – Overall Rating = 5 StarsBook Cover / Book Blurb = 4 / 4 = 4 StarsWriter’s Voice = 5 StarsCharacter Development = 5 StarsStory Appreciation = 5 StarsWorth the Chili = 5 Stars [$3.99 on ]This book would never have made it on my radar if not for this website. I would have missed reading this lovely story, would have missed knowing about this author. For me, this would have been an absolute shame. This is a lovely book. It is the story of one girls struggle to figure it all out. Her [...]


    17. Title: A Different BlueSeries: StandaloneAuthor: Amy HarmonRelease date:May 29, 2017 (Publisher re-release)Cliffhanger: NoHEA(view spoiler)[Yes (hide spoiler)]Can you imagine how lost you would feel to not know your own story? Where you came from, and who gave birth to you? Even the most basic DNA of our identity: your own true name and age? This was Blue Echohawk's reality. Jimmy Echohawk, the man who raised her, was a odd sort. Quiet and taciturn. He lived a simple life with her, on the road s [...]


    18. Amy Harmon is "it" for me, I have decided.Every book of hers, just fulfills me completely, withind afterwards I either feel elevated, apprehensive or even sullenbut I always carry a piece of her messages with meAnd this story ain't no different.A story of the search for fulfillment/completion on a journey of self-discovery, self-appreciation, self-esteem of a young girl/woman Blue Echohawk, who doesn't really know who she is, regarding the actual facts in documentation. She has none. She was lef [...]


    19. “Once upon a time there was a little blackbird, pushed from the nest, unwanted. Discarded. Then a Hawk found her and swooped her up and carried her away, giving her a home in his nest, teaching her to fly. But one day the Hawk didn't come home, and the little bird was alone again, unwanted. She wanted to fly away.”Everyone has a story. Every thing has a storyBlue Echohawk and her journey of discovering who she is and what her story is was told in such a way that I now have a new favorite her [...]


    20. Yes, I've read this three times alreadybut I've not been exposed to the bonus content!! For the purposes of this NetGalley review, I will repost my original review for A Different Blue and will add a section to review the generous bonus additions incorporated in this 2017 edition. Book Review:SighI just adore this book. A Different Blue was my first ever Amy Harmon novel, it inspired me to make an "absolute favorites" shelf on my digital bookshelf (yes A Different Blue was my first favorite book [...]


    21. RE-READ: January 2018“He had become the most relevant thing in my life. Redemption, resolution, revelation, and now relevance.” 5/5 starsYep, this is still one of my all time favourite romance books. I had a really bad day yesterday, and I don't know anything that can make me feel better than re-reading an old favourite, so I did. This book just brought back all the emotions I remember from time first time, making my heart bleed for the characters. This is my first re-read of the novel, but [...]


    22. 📚"Başkaları gibi değilim çocukluktan beri,Görmedim başkalarının gördüğü gibiOrtak bir pınardan almadım tutkularımı,Aynı kaynaktan almadım kederimi. Uyandıramadım yüreğimi sevince aynı sesteVe sevdiğim her şeyi yalnız sevdim."📚"Seni tanıdığımdan beri keşke daha iyi daha farklı bir hayatı olsaydı diyorum. Ama farklı bir hayat seni farklı bir Blue yapardı. Ve en büyük trajedi bu olurdu."(❗️Spoiler içerebilir.)İlk 150 sayfasında biraz sıkıldım. [...]


    23. Once upon a time there was a little blackbird, pushed from the nest, unwanted. Discarded. Then a Hawk found her and swooped her up and carried her away, giving her a home in his nest, teaching her to fly. But one day the Hawk didn’t come home, and the little bird was alone again, unwanted. She wanted to fly away. But as she rose to the edge of the nest and looked out across the sky, she noticed how small her wings were, how weak. She was trapped. She could fly away, but where would she go? Blu [...]


    24. Amazing grace, how sweet the sound that saved a wretch like meI didn't know what grace was, but maybe it sounded like the music. Maybe that was what I was feeling. How sweet the sound. And it was sweet, impossibly so. How sweet the sound that saved a wretch like me. Was a wretch the same thing as a bitch? Or a slut? My life was not a testament to being saved from anything. It was not a testament to love—not anybody's love.My head firmly rejected the idea. Grace wouldn't save me. But in the tin [...]


    25. **4.5 Blue Stars**"¡No soy nadie! ¿Quién eres?¿Eres nadie, también?Entonces hay un par de nosotros.No lo digas, ellos nos destruirían, ya sabes."A Different Blue está catalogada como una historia de romance, pero es mucho más que eso, el romance toma segundo lugar y es lo que ayuda a la protagonista a alcanzar la redención que busca. Cuando estaba leyendo se me vino a la mente estas preguntas: ¿cómo se obtiene la redención?, ¿cometiendo más errores o tropiezos?, o ¿con segundas op [...]


    26. A different Blue by Amy Harmon is a sensational novel about growing up, and getting over hardship. It's a tale of a lost soul looking for home, and never finding it. Blue Echohawk is a ninteen years old senior in high school who has a reputation of a slut. Her life has always been miserable, and she dealt with it secretely until a new history teacher arrive to her school, and teach her. This is not a story about forbidden love, but a marverlous novel about healing, and about looking for these pe [...]


    27. I read a lot. A LOT. I don't mind admitting that most of what I read these days is fluff. As an English major, I had enough required reading to last a lifetime. Fluff makes me happy. That being said, I blow through fluff. Like a maniac. It's not uncommon for me to devour an entire book in one sitting. I start it. I finish it. I like it, or I don't, and not much thought is required in that determination. That's why I don't often write reviews. "Yay" or "Nay" does not a book review make. HOWEVER, [...]


    28. I know I have said this a few times lately however I think this is on of the best books of the year. It for sure ranks up there in the top 10 for me and I have read over 100 books this year more like 125. I am honestly taken by surprise by how much I liked this book. It was a very clean book no bad words and no sex although sex was talked about. It was a ya book which I don't typically read I prefer smut and lots of it. Honestly though this book is so good that is didn't need those other element [...]



    29. Sublime!! One of my all time favorite books ever!!! I have read a couple of Amy Harmon's books and they are fantastic but this one is unlike any book I've read. Lovely.


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