Tell Me Everything




      Tell Me Everything
YOUR SECRET S SAFE UNTIL IT S NOTIvy is the shy artist type and keeps a low profile so low that she s practically invisible to everyone at Belfry High School except for her best friend, Harold As sopho year begins, Harold takes up a hundred activities, leaving Ivy on her own Luckily she s found a distraction the new anonymous art sharing app, VEIL.Soon Ivy realizes that one of her classmates is the VEIL user who needs new paintbrushes and another is the one visiting the hospital every week and another is the one dealing with their parents messy divorce While she s too scared to put her own creations on the app, Ivy thinks of an even better way to contribute by making gifts for the artists she s discovered The acts of kindness give her such a rush that, when Ivy suspects Harold is keeping a secret, she decides to go all in Forget gifts Ivy wants to throw Harold a major party.But when all those good intentions thrust her into the spotlight, Ivy s carefully curated world is thrown into chaos Now she has to find the courage to come out of the shadows about her art, her secrets, and her mistakes or risk losing everything and everyone she loves the most. Best Read Tell Me Everything author Sarah Enni For Kindle ePUB or eBook – heartforum.co.uk

Sarah Enni has come a long way from her first writing job, a journalism gig covering the radioactive waste industry She now writes young adult novels and also produces and hosts the First Draft podcast, where she encourages other writers to spill their juicy secrets She lives in Los Angeles with her cat Hammer, and is very likely eating enchiladas right now.


      Tell Me Everything
 By Sarah Enni IBN :  Format : Kindle Edition – heartforum.co.uk
  • Kindle Edition
  • 288 pages
  • Tell Me Everything
  • Sarah Enni
  • 24 January 2018

10 thoughts on “ Tell Me Everything

  1. Kristina Horner says:

    I struggled with this book a little bit Overall, I really wanted to like it I loved the concept young girl discovers VEIL, an anonymous new art sharing app she really connects with, works up the courage to share her art online, etc However, I found so many things off about this book First of all, I found the central conflict around VEIL to highly unbelievable The whole point of the book is I guess freedom of speech And there are all these big moral questions around whether a hateful I struggled with this book a little bit Overall, I really wanted to like it I loved the concept young girl discovers VEIL, an anonymous new art sharing app she really connects with, works up the courage to share her art online, etc However, I found so many things off about this book First of all, I found the central conflict around VEIL to highly unbelievable The whole point of the book is I gue...

  2. Katie Gallagher says:

    Read this review and others on my blogI ve been a loyal listener of Sarah Enni s First Draft podcast since 2014, so I was psyched to pick up a copy of her debut novel Tell Me Everything follows Ivy, a sopho photography nerd who s been struggling with growing distance between her and her BFF Harold To take her mind off her absent, over scheduled friend, Ivy becomes engrossed with the new app VEIL, which allows users to view Instagram style anonymous pictures local to a five mile radius Read this review and others on my blogI ve been a loyal listener of Sarah Enni s First Draft podcast since 2014, so I was psyched to pick up a copy of her debut novel Tell Me Everything ...

  3. Kate ☀️ Olson says:

    I wanted to love this book I really really wanted to However, I definitely think its target audience isin the 7th 8th grade range vs high school, despite the subject matter, and I just couldn t fully buy into Ivy and her character Some of the social media stuff was hard hitting and would be great for kids to read, but some of the other events were just cringeworthy I m eager to hand it to my 13 yo daughter and see what she says my view may just be skewed because of my age and the I wanted to love this book I really really wanted to However, I definitely think its target audience isin the 7th 8th grade range vs high school, despite the subject matter, and I just couldn t fully buy into Ivy and her character Some of the social media ...

  4. E1 Sydney Wang says:

    Tell me Everything is fantastic This book is about how Ivy, an invisible girl, discovered an app called VEIL, where anonymous artists get to share their thoughts and post their art Ivy discovered a few of her classmates and found out their real identity So she started doing random act of kindness Ivy, the main character in this book, has a shy characteristic when facing large groups of her classmates But when everyone s fe...

  5. Abbyforth says:

    This was a fun, quick read While I loved the portrayal of the town and the app VEIL, the themes in this book felt a little on the nose and overly simplistic Maybe this is just a result of me reading older YA and having unfair expectations for a book that s decidedly younger Tell Me Everything is definitely out of my wheelhouse, and I probably wouldn t have picked it up if I wasn t already familiar with Sara...

  6. Kelly says:

    A timely and thought provoking book about social media, anonymity, art, and being yourself for yourself Ivy s voice here is fantastic and the perfect blend of funny, snarky, confused, and insecure This book is absolutely for teens, with dialog that s real and situations that resonate among teens learning how to navigate long time and newly budding friendships At the heart of the story is the VEIL app, which Ivy turns ...

  7. Kay says:

    This whole book feels like one giant meh, and a whole lot of wasted potential I will say, though, that the chapter number pages is that what they re called The first page of each chapter I guess were absolutely gorgeous, with pretty paint patters on them, so there s that to love There were definitely some interesting and important conversations about social media and internet privacy A significant part of the novel concerns the decision of whether or not the identity of someone who makes a This whole book feels like one giant meh, and a whole lot of wasted potential I will say, though, that the chapter number pages is that what they re called The first page of each chapter I guess were absolutely gorgeous, with pretty paint patters on them, so there s that to love There were definitely some interesting and important conversations about social media and internet privacy A significant part of the novel concerns the decision of whether or not the identity of someone who makes a hateful post should be allowed to be revealed, something which Ivy is very passionate about, and even makes comments about...

  8. Janelle Hackbarth says:

    I got an advanced copy from Eldeweiss Plus to review, before getting a physical copy to get signed by the author at a festival.What drew me to the book was the art app after seeing the trailer for the book.I loved Ivy and enjoyed reading about the art aspect of the book, and her working to discover the VEIL users identities and doing surprise anonymous acts of kindness to them I even liked it when one of the acts went wrong, becoming a story that could happen in real life because real life I got an advanced copy from Eldeweiss Plus to review, before getting a physical copy to get signed by the author at a festival.What drew me to the book was the art app after see...

  9. Jennifer says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Not terrible but not great.Ivy is an artist who loves a social media site called VEIL It allows people to post their art anonymously and while she doesn t post anything herself, she figures out who some of the posters are and plans to surprise them with things she thinks they need When an anonymous person starts posting homophobic rhetoric, parents become involved and pressure the creator to reveal who the poster is.That would be enough for most books but the main part of the story is how Not terrible but not great.Ivy is an artist who loves a social media site called VEIL It allows people to post their art anonymously and while she doesn t post anything herself, she figures out who some of the posters are and plans to surprise them...

  10. Gretal says:

    Tell Me Everything follows sopho Ivy who is a shy artist except for when she decides to get into everyone s business, doing good deeds for people whose identities she figured out or thinks she has from posts to an anonymous art sharing app similar to Yik Yak or After School This culminates in her deciding her best friend is gay and throwing a coming out party for him because she thinks he hasn t felt s...

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