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Name Name On Your eBook #9734 on your wristIn Corin's world your carpinomen the name of your soul mate marked indelibly on your wrist from the age of two or three is everything It's your most preciously guarded secret a piece of knowledge that can give another person ultimate power over you People spend years even decades searching for the. Trigger warnings suicide self harm mental health car accident death of a parent Look I m not going to lie I picked this one up solely because it s basically a soulmate fan fic And I m trash for a good soulmate fic However this turned out to be dystopian story than anything Basically at some point in childhood a name is tattooed on your wrist It s taboo to show the name to anyone but it s common knowledge that it s the name of your soulmate Once you re of age you can start looking for your soulmate Corin is incredibly cynical about all of this She s dated a string of boys simply because it s frowned upon to do so She spends hours cultivating relationships online just to ge

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The Name On Your Wrist

On Your eBook #180 It’s the first thing they teach you when you start school But they don’t need to your parents tell you when you’re first learning how to say The Name Epubyour name It’s drummed into you whilst you’re taking your first stumbling steps It’s your lullaby From the moment it first appears you don’t tell anyone the. It s a rare treasure when you find a book with such a uniue concept that it captures your interest immediately and doesn t let go Until the conclusion that is but I ll get to that laterI ve said it before and I ll say it again dystopias are hit or miss for me I m still making my mind up about this book in general but I can t doubt that the world was beautifully created Everything that you needed was well explained in order to look at its conseuences for the characters That s also where this book is different from others while dystopias like The Hunger Games and Divergent are written in trilogies allowing time for an oppressed protagonist to change th

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One they're supposed to be withBut what if you never find that person Or you do but you just don't love them What if you fall for someone else someone other than the name on your wristAnd what if like Corin the last thing in the world you want is to be foundThe gripping debut novel from the winner of the inaugural Sony Young Movellist Award.. I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was a good read but had a few plot holes and lacked explanationsKeeping the name on your wrist to yourself is the biggest secret you will haveThis is why i found it difficult to understand why you d get branded with a name at the age of threeSurely if it s meant to be top secret you wouldn t get your name until you re old enough to fully understand how big of a deal it is Corin s opinions about soul mates kept on changing which was really annoyingOne minute she d think that the soul mate thing didn t really work Though the next minute she d be utterly shocked that someone she knew knew someone who went a


10 thoughts on “The Name On Your Wrist

  1. says:

    Source I received a digital copy of this book for free on a read to review basis Thanks to Random House Childrens Publishers UK and Netgalley19 year old Corin lives in a society where everyone has a name on the skin on the inside of their forearm This name is the name of their soul mate and they must find this person and marry them The name

  2. says:

    Imagine that your soul mate your carpinomen knew who you were and vice versa Helen Hiorns has created a world were this is possible each person has a name on their wrist of their soul mate it is only known to them

  3. says:

    It’s a rare treasure when you find a book with such a uniue concept that it captures your interest immediately and doesn’t let go Until the conclusion that is but I’ll get to that laterI’ve said it before and I’ll say it again dystopias are hit or miss for me I’m still making my mind up about this boo

  4. says:

    Trigger warnings suicide self harm mental health car accident death of a parent Look I'm not going to lie I picked this one up solely because it's basically a soulmate fan fic And I'm trash for a good soulmate fic However this turned out to be dystopian story than anything Basically at some point in childhood a name is tattooed on your wrist

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    I met Helen last year at the Sony Young Movellist award ceremony because she won and we were lucky enough to bump into each other while she was having some very swishy meetings and I was at work experience at Movellas H I couldn't wait to get my teeth into her book but somehow I never got around to reading it until this week and I was so glad that I finally got around to it I think this is going to be my top

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    I was sent a link to an eGalley widget to this book saw that it was about soulmates and downloaded it assuming that it would be a nice sweet story about forever teenage love I probably wouldn't have downloaded it if I'd realised that it's nothing of the sort that in fact it's one of the bleakest and most uncompromising Dystopian novels I've ever come across but that would have been my loss I'm glad I read it

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    I received a copy from Netgalley in exchange for an honest reviewThis was a good read but had a few plot holes and lacked explanationsKeeping the name on your wrist to yourself is the biggest secret you will haveThis is why i found it diffic

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    I received a copy of this book via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Thanks to Random House Children's Publishers UK and Helen HiornsThe name on your wrist is set in England in a future where the name of your soul mate is tattooed on your wristI liked Corin the main character despite her aggressive personality She

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    Once an avid reader in recent years I have fallen out of the loop with up and coming authors instead preferring

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    I love books that still have me thinking about them days after I’ve finished The Name On Your Wrist is an impressive debut and I for one can’t wait to see what Helen Hiorns comes up with nextThe name of your soul mate appears on your wrist this person is destined for you – but Corin doesn’t want to find her soul mate The story of her older sister Jacinta didn’t end well and after the death of Corin