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Watermarked by [Titone, Jessica]
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Length: 566 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1525 KB
  • Print Length: 566 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B01GT454S8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,262,427 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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When I read the blurb of this book, I knew I would enjoy reading the story and glad it didn't disappoint my high expectations!. I like literary fiction with its own unique quirkiness (as this is the style I like to write in) so the format drew me in straight way.

I loved the style of this novel, told by four different people. The novel captures the gritty real life situations that these unique characters face. The characters all had their individual flaws that I found made them more realistic and endearing. Although I did find it hard to warm to the immature Ray. The story totally sucks you into the New York City world, and I enjoyed being part of this world. I found Watermarked to be a thoughtful read, seeing how your actions not only affect others but how they are seen in others eyes. Sometimes this way of portraying the characters POV makes you lose the overarching storyline, but I enjoyed how I was able to see the characters from views of others and think the author worked hard to keep the thread of the story alive.

I would have liked to have seen more romance develop as this was truly gritty and painful at times to see how the characters muddle their way through their lives, however maybe this would have made the book lose its impact on me. The end did leave me still having questions and wanting to know more, but maybe there is a sequel on its way.

Good, thoughtful read and I look forward to reading more from this author.
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Watermarked was another one of those books that had me thinking about the characters long after the book was finished. It reminded me of A Little Life in some ways - the characters were damaged but with a beauty and connectivity that made you watch, helplessly, as they headed towards their distinct destinies. The book was powerful in its portrayal of the mechanisms by which we reach out, identify and engage with the people who are brave enough to meet us where we live, emotionally. There were so many moments in the book where I had to pause and absorb a bit of evocative narrative or reflect on an aspect of the characters that mirrored similar ones I've observed in friends or family members. The are only two reasons I can't give this a perfect five star rating:
- There were times when I felt the writing was circuitous and the author kept using different scenes and events to hammer home the same observations about the characters. I think the book could have been more potent if several of these scenes had been omitted. The last third of the first half and the first third of the second half suffered because of this.
- Ray was pretty much insufferable for me for most of the book. I think her behavior was meant to come across as quirky and interesting but a lot of her actions were just juvenile and sophomoric. She was often self-centered, reactive and aggressive in a way that showed her lack of understanding of boundaries than it did anything else.
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I loved how this book pulls you in. For example I live Norfolk UK surrounded by open fields yet each time I picked up this book I felt that I had been transported to New York city. The backdrop of New York makes it the fifth character, having spend 3 days there 10 years ago I can remember the feeling of being so alone among so many people. As for the characters I don't want to leave any spoilers but I would like to say that well rounded and many levels to them. There are also many subjects covered here including painting photography and dancing and it gives an insight it give an interesting insight into to worlds of these professions and the pressure that comes with it. Naturally being from England I identified mostly with Audry. In the begging the character I disliked most was Flynn, however Flynn began to grow on me and very quickly became my favorite. The only downside to this book is that it leaves you wanting more. This is incredibly well written and I can't wait to read Jessica Titone's next book whenever that may be.
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