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It was nice to learn more about the terms in gymnastics and how incredibly demanding this sport is.
What didn't click for me was the actual romance. I never felt like Ryan was invested. The exchanges were cold and short. View all 5 comments.
A gold medal read for all gymnastic fans! This might be the perfect book to tie you over until next year hopefully. Hannah Orenstein has spun a fun and uplifting tale.
Avery was an elite gymnast who just fell short of making it to the Olympics. Knowing nothing else bud gymnastics Avery went into a deep depressi A gold medal read for all gymnastic fans!
Knowing nothing else bud gymnastics Avery went into a deep depression and this led to some destructive behavior. She has moved back home and it is time to start over.
When Ryan, an old crush and fellow gymnast reaches out to her with a offer to Coach Avery jumps at the chance. Now Avery is back in the same gym she trained in years ago coaching Olympic hopeful Hallie.
I really loved the bond between Avery and Hallie I think it was nice that Hallie had someone in her corner that truly understood.
Why this book will not be getting a perfect score from me is because of the romance. Not to mention Ryan did a few pretty shady things.
She had such a great energy and was so supportive to not only Avery but to Hallie as well. All opinions are my own.
My two girls were elite gymnasts but had great coaches and knew when it was time Great review but don't believe everything you hear about gymnastics.
My two girls were elite gymnasts but had great coaches and knew when it was time to move on with their lives : They are in their 30's now and still miss it all of the time.
For them it was a great experience from age 7 to 18 : But, yes, there were some definite shady things going on with the gymnasts aiming for the Olympics, glad those things finally came out.
My girls were no where near that level!! Jun 25, PM. Isn't it funny how the world works? When Hannah Orenstein wrote this novel, it never in a million years would have crossed anyone's minds that the Olympics would be postponed.
In the history of the games, they have only been cancelled three times due to both World Wars.
Hannah addresses this in her forward for her story, stating that no-one could have foreseen the advent of a global pandemic that would push back the greatest sports competition in the world.
Her novel is set in the run up to the Olympics for a promising gymnast and her coaches. It's a story of what could have been, a story of hope and promise, and I think that's a message that truly resonates with the current times, regardless of its accuracy.
Avery is a former elite gymnast who's dreams were shattered following a career ending injury that resulted in a spiral into alcohol abuse and depression.
When her whole life's obsession came to an abrupt end, she felt lost and without a true purpose in life. This wasn't helped by the presence of an overly abusive coach who instilled the idea that she was worthless without the sport.
Following a breakup which results in a move back to her old town, old memories resurface for Avery that she has tried so hard to forget.
When a fellow former pro, Ryan, asks her to help coach a promising new star to the sport, Avery struggles with her feelings of resentment mixed with her overriding need to protect her new pupil from the harm she suffered.
It also doesn't help that Ryan is a former crush who seems to have got better with age. This wasn't your typical romance novel, and I loved the fresh approach to the genre.
Avery and Ryan spend a good portion of the novel training their pupil Hallie while struggling to separate their feelings for each other from their roles as coaches.
It creates a lot of angst and tension that lends itself well to the story. There's a lot of history between them that they share, a lot of stories about being an elite gymnast and the sacrifices this entails that naturally draws them towards each other.
They just understand what the other has been through, and Ryan can appreciate that Avery has given up so much. By taking on this job of coaching Hallie, she's essentially reliving her youth.
A childhood that not many people would understand. Gymnastics is an integral part of the plot, often even to the extent of forcing the romance into the background.
I think that if you go into this expecting the normal formulaic approach to a romance novel, you will be disappointed.
There's no smut. Nothing is particularly graphic. And it doesn't need to be. The author clearly has a passion for gymnastics, and this shines through with a lot of the plot dedicated to describing specific moves and training methods, as well as the social and psychological traumas that gymnasts face.
It's a refreshing take on the genre, and one I greatly appreciated. I will say that if you perhaps don't have a basic grasp on some famous gymnastic moves ie the Pak Salto they you may struggle to visualise some of the descriptive training sessions.
I would defiantly recommend going on Youtube to look up some of the more complicated moves, and really immerse yourself in this world.
I will say that I wish more time had been dedicated to explore Avery's old coach Demitri and his behaviour.
A lot of his actions are described by the characters, or seen in very small flashbacks, but I think it would have been more impactful to have seen his behaviour play out throughout the story.
He's rather enigmatic, and rarely speaks 'on the page' but rather through the voice of another character, and because of this he looses a bit of his power.
I also thought that the subplot with the Dr and the metoo movement is glossed over and not dealt with to the full extent I would have liked.
Hallie seems to forget what happens in her in her goal to reach Trials which is understandable , but also felt a bit of a let down.
At times I also thought that the conflict between Avery and Ryan felt a little forced, and too easily resolved especially on Ryan's side.
I really enjoyed this sports heavy look into a fascinating world. It plays to my love of the sport without relying too heavily on romantic relationships.
It's more about the relationships between coaches, pupils, colleagues and friends in an intense and unique environment that few will ever understand.
Adding human elements of love and betrayal only strengthen the emotional connection to the story, and helped immerse myself in this world.
A great read for all gymnastic lovers. Jun 08, Olive rated it liked it. Eight years ago, Avery Abrams lost her chance of achieving her life-long dream in one instant.
After training her whole life to become a part of the Olympic gymnastics team, a major injury that she sustained during the most important competition of her life, the Olympic trials, ended her career as an athlete.
A years-long relationship with a famou Eight years ago, Avery Abrams lost her chance of achieving her life-long dream in one instant.
A years-long relationship with a famous American football player kept her grounded for a period, but the spark between them inevitably fizzled out.
No relationship, no career, and now, no home - she was living with her boyfriend and has no place of her own. Avery chooses what so many somethings out of options do: she goes home again.
Her talent and trajectory back in the day made her something of a hometown hero. She really needs a job, first of all.
Because she lives inside of a novel, Avery gets a phone call from a gymnastics coach at the gym where she trained throughout her young life.
Returning to her former gym stirs up lots of feelings and memories, but she commits to the job. Avery returns to the gymnastics world, only as a coach this time.
Avery and her former crush Ryan start to catch some feelings. Avery must confront her childhood friend who did go onto the Olympics and achieved everything Avery dreamed of doing.
The past in general comes back to haunt Avery as she thinks about what might have been, but also is still feeling the effects of the verbal and emotional abuse of her own former coach, who is still a prominent name.
And finally, she and all the rest of the gymnastics world must figure out how to confront a massive, upsetting scandal that erupts.
Knowing the author wrote this and the publisher scheduled this to line up with said summer Olympics, was a bit awkward. And sad, really.
The main issue with this book is breadth over depth. The author was highly ambitious in what all she wanted to include, but because of that, no one element is explored fully.
Everything is muted as a result. I had to look up YouTube videos to see what actually would have been happening during these parts.
The female characters were a little same-y and Ryan has barely any personality. Dairy Queen Vanilla. Not even Breyers level or, what Breyers used to be before they ruined it.
Apr 28, Chris C - A Midlife Wife rated it it was amazing Shelves: gallery-books , womens-fiction , best-of , contemporary-fiction , clean-romance , reviews.
This book is so amazing. I could not stop reading it and I just love how it champions women in sports.
I simply consumed the story. I could not put it down. Maybe it was the fact it was written in first person so you just become a part of the stor This book is so amazing.
Maybe it was the fact it was written in first person so you just become a part of the story. Maybe it was because the author just created a character with multi layers of vulnerability, shame, strength, and incredible insight to others.
You connect with all of the emotions she lays out. The author added so many levels into this book that it just pulls you forward page by page.
The highs and the lows then ultimate healing and finding yourself again made for a terrific story.
She even got a few tears out of me at the end. I loved this story! View all 6 comments. If I don't think my own book is worth five stars, there's a problem.
Apr 19, Sherwood Smith added it Shelves: fiction. While I have zero interest in team sports, I love those that combine music and grace, such as gymnastics and ballet, and also fencing.
I'll gladly read fiction about these three. In this novel that focuses on women's gymnastics, Avery is an ex-Olympic contender--that is, she didn't make it past Olympic trials.
I thought Orenstein did an excellent job with the psychological damage of knowing that your professional life which is going to be very short anyway is over at age nineteen.
After spendin While I have zero interest in team sports, I love those that combine music and grace, such as gymnastics and ballet, and also fencing.
After spending every waking moment training. She is dumped by her pro football boyfriend, who feels she isn't going anywhere, and she moves home to mom and dad, a washed-up has-been in her twenties.
But then she gets a call from a high school crush, Ryan, who was training in men's gymnastics, to help coach a rising star of sixteen years.
Once we get to that part of the story, I was in it hard. I loved how Orenstein balanced the characters: Hallie is a very convincing girl, driven, determined, with ambitious but wary parents behind her.
Not the insane parents who live through forcing their kid into being a prodigy, which is a different sort of story.
Avery recognizes herself in Hallie's absolute commitment, and though she is not a trained coach, she is reaching into her own experience of abuse from a trainer lauded as the best, and trying to find a way to bring Hallie to excellence without the toxic psychological fallout.
A secondary thread of sexual abuse of these teenage athletes runs alongside the story, weaving in deftly.
So much rides on these girls, and their time in the sun is so brief, but so exhilarating if they make it to the top.
Avery has to come to terms with a new life, which brings us to the romantic thread. She has a lot of baggage, not helped by Ryan's obliviousness to how very different the training is for girls, and the emotional scars it causes.
In fact, the present tense, which seems to be The Thing now in YA fiction, really hurts the start of the novel when so much is backstory.
Present tense flashbacks, unless actual scene rather than summary, draw too much attention to narrative "tell. I wish the author had begun with that devastating failure, then present tense would have unleashed its full strength.
But once Avery started her new job, I was with this story all the way to the gracefully achieved end. I really like the note the book ended on, in fact.
Overall, a solid look at the cost of talent plus drive, and how those don't always equal agency. Copy provided by NetGalley View all 3 comments.
I haven't come across many books focused on gymnastics and was very excited to read Head Over Heels.
The cutesy cover drew me in, but I knew from the blurb that it would also be an emotional ride. Avery was a very relatable heroine.
I think all of us, at one time or another, have felt lost and not quite sure where we fit in the world. Avery really comes into her own through the co I haven't come across many books focused on gymnastics and was very excited to read Head Over Heels.
Avery really comes into her own through the course of the book and I appreciated that the author showed all of her struggles as well as her triumphs.
It's not an easy road. There are missteps and stumbles, but it made every step forward so much more meaningful.
Her romance with Ryan was very sweet and added some nice push and pull though it was fairly predictable , but I liked that it wasn't the main focus.
I thought the more serious issues were addressed and highlighted very well in the book. It's not often that the mental and emotional toll that elite athletes face is discussed or considered.
Head Over Heels really showed all sides of the world of gymnastics. The ending wrapped up a little quickly, but overall, it was an enjoyable read that left me feeling hopeful and my heart happy.
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