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As someone called Asher myself and a female, I love this name. His mother didn't like it at first but it grew on her.It's me all over- it's unusual and crazy and all my friends always say it's so uncommon, although I do know 3 other girls called Asher so maybe it's coming into fashion. I think this name has a bit of a "tryndee" feel to it, even though it's not randomly made up or particularly popular, and I also can't really see it as an adult's name. Aside from that, I don't have a problem with it as a male name; I even think it's kind of cute on a child. I heard it on Supernatural the show season one and when checking the baby name book it meant to bring happiness and he sure did and still does. Also, it was a tribute to Ash from Evil Dead whose name was Ashely, but used the nickname Ash which I call my son. What I didn't realize at the time was Isaac in the bible being his father! This name just makes me think of some weird type of job.The book's story revolves around Sierra's friends in Oregon and California, her budding romance with Caleb, and how she balances her lives in Oregon and California.There's no swearing, drugs, alcohol, or smoking, and the sexual content is limited to chaste kisses.is a romance, so it has many descriptions of how handsome, pretty, or date-able characters are. Sierra and her friends discuss dating quite a bit, and a few of her friends are boy-obsessed.There are a few references to characters having made out, but nothing is shown or described.Her girlfriends in Oregon and California are kind and supportive, and there's very little teen girl drama.
My only worry is that it sounds like the type of name that might skyrocket very soon. It sounds like someone who cleans up cigarette butts.Most of the characters are good people, even if they are misunderstood.Themes of loyalty, compassion, love, and friendship figure largely into the plot.(Not that being one of the 12 tribes in itself guarantees popularity.) And I almost forgot to mention, we have a son named Asher who was born in 2002.Asher is a beautiful name and it's great because The Giver is my favorite book. I plan to use it for my baby if it's a boy (expecting next July). All I can think of is Ash, played by Bruce Campbell, from the _Evil Dead_ series, although Ash is short for Ashley in that case.
There's no swearing, drugs, alcohol, or smoking, and the sexual content is limited to chaste kisses.