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I had to take time to think about my review. To absorb all the words in this book because I can relate to these characters. I can understand what drives them to want to live in a fantasy world, a world they can create, with the things they want, the outcome to the story that they want. A beautiful fantasy without the heartache and the pain of their real life. We all want that in some way. To write our own story the way we want it to be. To be the Author of our own life. I think we all read to es I had to take time to think about my review.
I think we all read to escape to some degree, whether it's to escape our real life problems or just to escape in a beautiful fantasy world written by the author. A fantasy full of romance, first kisses, first touches, high school crushes, drama, Angst, horror and pain, or whatever you like to read. But what if you could actually LIVE as a character in one of your favorite novels? Live as they live, experience all those feelings and experiences first hand, would you? We do it every time we pick up a book, in a way. Live as the character does, experience everything through them within the words on the pages.
But it ends.
The final chapter, the find paragraph, the final word. We close the book and go back to our real life. Until the next book, the next story. Emma Hartley thinks of all these things as the idea is formed. She sets to work, driven by a deep loss, she seeks the escape that only her favorite novel can provide Lucid Fantasies, a machine designed to take you on the greatest escape ever, giving you the ability to live inside a book, live as a beloved character and live out the story first hand.
The perfect machine. The perfect escape. The perfect fantasy Until it isn't. Until a secret so dark, it threatens to destroy it all. Tara has a wicked, deviant mind and that's probably why I love her stories so much. Lost in La La Land is a unique story with soul searching, friendship, love, loss, regret, guilt and a grief so powerful it could destroy your entire world.
I totally got swept away in the story, living as the characters, but I know reality from fantasy and that it all ends when the last page turns. Didn't stop me from loving every minute being trapped in La La Land though. If you want a unique and epic tale unlike an other, read this book!
View all 4 comments. Apr 16, Iza rated it really liked it. I guess I should be used to this by now. This feeling of what. Hell did I just read, whenever I'm done with a Tara Brown book. Yet, she always seems to surprise me and I really hope this will never stop. I honestly don't really know how this book could be reviewed, without giving away spoilers and ruin the story. But to simply say, "Read it, you won't be sorry. Let me start with the story line, the plot. It was original. I have never read a book with this plot. The acti I guess I should be used to this by now. The action takes place in the future, during the times of way more advanced technology, when going into your favorite book is possible.
A dream-come-true for every bookworm, I'm sure. I mean who wouldn't want to meet the arrogant Mr. Darcy, or spend a decadent and absolutely hedonistic afternoon with Dorian Gray? Or replace Mina in Dracula's embrace? Or why not, ride on the back of the bike that belongs to your favorite MC character, from a book written in our century? Because reading is escaping. We all know that, we all do that. Sometimes reality gets to be too much to handle and we pick up a book to take our minds off of it. Well, the heroine, Emma, managed to do a lot more by inventing the perfect machine that would take you into your favorite book.
But you see, there's a catch. Like always. Too much of it and it can be bad for you. The author doesn't hesitate to show us the ugly part of day-dreaming, the consequences we might face if we get too lost in this La La Land. I loved how this book read. The future, combined with the world created by Austen, but then a smidgen of Gothic was also added to it.
The style kept shifting and changing on us, making it one heck of a ride. There was also some major swooning because Tara Brown knows how to write her heroes. They're the ones after my own heart and, let me tell you, I will never look at Frederick Wentworth the same way, ever again. Did I like it? Very much so. Do I recommend it? I voluntarily agreed to review an advance copy of this book and am rating it 4 solid stars. Sep 29, Moon Love rated it it was amazing. My initial thought on finishing this book was, "WOW.
It's set in the future and I wasn't sure if it was fantasy, paranormal, horror, or something else, perhaps a combination of multiple genres. However the concept was interesting enough that I couldn't put the book down. Now, towards the middle of the book, things got really interesting. How you ask? Well I was aware of what was happening to the main chara 4. Well I was aware of what was happening to the main characters, and I didn't like seeing it. It was difficult to read, but Tara Brown's writing was so amazing I was hooked! I mean the idea that a person could fall down a rabbit hole that far and see that they'd fallen was astonishing, but so real.
And the rabbit hole is a metaphor for what happens in this book, but I'm a spoiler free kind of girl, so I'm going to be vague.
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Also really interesting was how the story jumped in time, not too far, but still enough to hit home the differences in before and after. I also really enjoyed the romantic interactions Dr. Emma Hartley had. There were one or two that had me flushing they were so hot, and others that had me in tears. I have to give Tara Brown a lot of credit for this book. It doesn't fit into the conventional romance mold, but it's as cerebral as it is realistic and an escape.
I must say that it gave me a better understanding about myself and others too. If you're looking for a novel about loss, and finding yourself then this book is totally for you. Apr 14, Jeni rated it it was amazing. First and foremost let me begin by stating that I received an advance copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
Thank you I love Tara her writing speaks to me, sends me into a world of my own. She has the ability to transport me to the scene, to brand me with each characters, their pain and solitude. Lost in LaLa Land is no different. She begins the story by submerging the reader into the world of Alice and wonderland, sending us into the rabbit hole. At one point during First and foremost let me begin by stating that I received an advance copy of the book from the author in exchange for my honest review.
At one point during the book I really thought we never came out of the hole. While reading I got lost in the worlds, unable to distinguish between the real and the factorial one. I was annoyed at first but as the booked progress I realize it allowed the reader to bond with Emma; to feel and experience her confusion, her addiction, her complete deterioration.
Even the slowness in the first few chapters gives the user a brief window into the world of Emma before Lana. And in true Tara form when you think she is going to make it, she completely stuns you. When you think you know what will happen and how the book will progress she mind-twist you. At the end of the book she leaves you completely mesmerized and satisfied. It was a great read… my one con would be that it needed to be a little longer… The last couple of chapter needed to be stretch a little more I wanted to experience Emma and he road to recovery to her freedom and to herself.
Apr 17, Rachael rated it really liked it.
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The idea that one could enter their favorite book is wonderful, in theory as well as in practice. Brown allows her readers a glimpse inside two worlds: the future and the literary world of Jane Austen's "Persuasion". With a few It was incredible reading about the past as it clashed with the present, and vice versa. I felt like I was able to dip into one world and then the other without whiplash, the scenes being seamlessly interwoven.
I also loved that Brown allowed for two characters to have such extremely different experiences inside the machines. It caused me to wonder: what I would do if I were in their position, which book I would choose, how would I alter the story? Where would my happily ever after be: the real world or La La Land? Brown convinced me to care not only for the characters of the future, but also for the fictional characters of the past.
But she also reminded me to live, love and appreciate life. Jan 08, Ashley Aleshire rated it it was amazing. There aren't adequate words to describe how amazing this book is. From the beginning to the very last word I was hooked. Tara Brown is a mastermind that sucks you into the worlds she creates.
Heartbreaking, beautiful, insane, fantastic, desperate, wonderful, soul crushing are some of the words that come to mind when describing Lost in La La Land. You can't help but feel one with the main character and her grief, guilt, sorrow and desperation.
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The whole time I was reading I kept begging my family There aren't adequate words to describe how amazing this book is. The whole time I was reading I kept begging my family to please let me finish the book because I just couldn't put it down and as a mother and wife, interruptions are bound to happen. But just like the characters I craved the story, I needed more, desperately wanted to lose myself in the world of tara brown. And lost myself I did. Amazingly written, a true storyteller and fantastically disturbing!
Every bookworms fantasy to live in a beloved story. I cried, I loved and I laughed.. Sure as heck cried some more. I recieved an ARC in exchange for a honest and unbiased review Apr 16, Christine Bishop rated it it was amazing. What an amazing story! Tara Brown has done it again! This book jumps out grabs you and pulls you in. Emma Hartley has created a machine that inserts you into a novel.
While your in the machine you live as a character of the story. For some this was a fun adventure but for others it was an escape from reality. This book is completely unique and I enjoyed reading every page from start to finish. Apr 15, Tammy rated it it was amazing. This story was wonderfully unique. As a book lover, the idea of living in a choose your own adventure centered around my favorite books was thrilling! I would never again partake in the real world. Emma would have to turn me a way. This book had romance, suspense, and mystery.
Prepare to get Lost in La La Land. I was given this book in exchange for an honest review. Apr 14, Tracey Milito rated it it was amazing. This was such a wonderful book. It's unlike anything I've ever read. Tara takes you on a brilliant ride of love, loss, and discovery. I was hooked from beginning to end. Oct 16, Liz rated it liked it. A beautiful book cover, once again I was hooked in for the wrong reasons. I loved the idea of this book but unfortunately I wasn't a fan of the execution. It just wasn't for me - sorry. Apr 18, Amber Cichon rated it really liked it.
This was not an easy book to rate. If you are not familiar with Tara's books and think this is just a fantasy romance, you will be greatly mistaken. A widow who gets to live in a Jane Austen world!? Sounds perfect! Knowing that this is not a fluffy Austen fantasy, you will not be disappointed. The reason why the book is not 5 stars is because reading Austen's Persuasion i This was not an easy book to rate. The reason why the book is not 5 stars is because reading Austen's Persuasion is a pretty strong pre-requisite to easily following along.
I've never read the book and have very little background knowledge about her works, so I had trouble keeping up with the characters and the significance of the story changing from the original plot. That being said, most people are familiar with and have read many of Austen's books and this shouldn't be an issue. If nothing else, Wikipedia or watching the movie should be done before hand to fully enjoy the book.
May 01, Sylvia Clail rated it it was amazing Shelves: all-time-favourites. I thought long and hard about this review as it warranted it. This book transported me to a fantasy world. Highly recommended even if it ain't your normal thing it is one worth giving a try as it is magical. Feb 22, Cari rated it liked it Shelves: adult-romance , fantasy , read-in , kindle-unlimited , stand-alone , sci-fi.
Lost in La La Land by Tara Brown is about a neuroengineer who develops a machine that can transport a person into a book of their choice.
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What bookworm wouldn't love to hang out with Alice down the rabbit hole, spend a day on the prairie with the Ingalls family, or like the characters in this book join Rhett Butler and Ashley Wilkes in Gone with the Wind or hang out with Captain Wentworth in a world created by Jane Austen? This machine sounds like what dreams are made of--until it makes users Lost in La La Land by Tara Brown is about a neuroengineer who develops a machine that can transport a person into a book of their choice.
This machine sounds like what dreams are made of--until it makes users unable to cope with reality, a slave to the machine that makes all their wishes come true. This is exactly what happens to Dr.
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Emma Hartley, the creator of the machine and protagonist of the story. This book required a lot of imagination and was a fun, thought-provoking read. Not my favorite by this author, but a page turner nonetheless. Sep 26, Ashley Cestra rated it it was ok Shelves: a-few-books. Tara Brown is a favorite author of mine, I am reading her books slowly so I always have some thing good to read.
I always have the biggest book hangovers with her stories. I just can't enough of her work. I just want all the stories! Lost in La La Land was not my favorite. I am not a Jane Austen fan, and half of the book was in the world Jane Austen created. There was one character I was particularly interest Tara Brown is a favorite author of mine, I am reading her books slowly so I always have some thing good to read. There was one character I was particularly interested in, so I finished the book just looking to see how her story ended.
Sorry Tara. This story does NOT sway my opinion on this author at all. Sep 16, Jillian rated it it was ok. Great premise, poor execution. Book was often repetitive and focused on such small details that overall hardly even matter and it was distracting. I would have thought the climax of the book would have been better, but it was a huge let down. I'm happy I read this for free with kindle unlimited, it'd be mad if I wasted money on this book. You're basically going to be reading a poor mans v Great premise, poor execution. You're basically going to be reading a poor mans version of Inception.
Jul 10, Jennifer rated it it was amazing. Heart moving I love all of Tara Brown's writing! It pulls you in and the next thing you know it's way past your bed time! This was a very enjoyable book. It was dark and real, how life actually is. I enjoyed the not know the next step or if she was going to have some crazy twist in the end. I love how she brought in a lot of other beloved books to the table and expressed them so wonderfully.
I'm simply amazed by her write and will continue to read everything Tara puts out! Hands down top three b Heart moving I love all of Tara Brown's writing! Hands down top three best book authors! Jul 09, Kathleen rated it it was amazing. Who doesn't want to visit their favorite novel?!