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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

Great read!

This is the best book I have read in a while. It was suspenseful, and truly surprised me and kept me guessing. I am really looking forward to reading more from this author!

posted by 1281134 on June 30, 2013

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

I don't know how to start this review to be honest. I'm still no

I don't know how to start this review to be honest. I'm still not sure what I think of this one! Maybe by the end, we can figure out my feels together. LOL. I don't typically read horror, but I was so intrigued by this one, how could I pass it up?!

I think my biggest i...
I don't know how to start this review to be honest. I'm still not sure what I think of this one! Maybe by the end, we can figure out my feels together. LOL. I don't typically read horror, but I was so intrigued by this one, how could I pass it up?!

I think my biggest issue with this book was that I had a lot of trouble understanding the layers of what was going on. In fact, my brain was starting to hurt from trying to get everything straight and figure it all out! And maybe that's the genius behind this book. Needless to say I couldn't just read this one straight through. I'd read for a bit and then find myself easily distracted because I was a bit lost.

Kate did an amazing job writing-wise. The way that she incorporated Annaliese's poems into this story was nothing short of brilliant. Not to mention, it really foretold a lot of what was to come. So make sure you read them!

There is jumping around back and forth between 'girls' so it did take a minute to get my head wrapped around that, but all in all Kate did a good job of bringing it all back and tying everything together.

This book is definitely not for the light-hearted. It is an emotional read and at parts a bit twisted. It is also a bit drawn out. It is a very slow build up to really get to the heart of the matter where things finally start making some sort of sense.

The main character, Annaliese, is not really Annaliese Gordon, who was thought dead after going missing after a party. I definitely want to keep this spoiler free, so I won't add anything to that. This girl goes by Anna, and tries to fit herself into Annaliese's former life. However, she is confronted with overprotective, oversensitive parents; a boy who feels guilty for what occurred the night of the party and is trying to make amends; and the next door neighbor, another boy who is always with his video camera. I felt for Anna's character. Here she is bombarded with all of these outside factors, when she doesn't remember that life at all. It is bad enough she keeps getting these visions and to add to her confusion further, a different boy pops up claiming to know her and be in love with her and that he knows what is going on and what is happening to her.

I did like Dex, the boy next door. He also has a special gift, but he wants to help Anna and get to know her, even though she knows it's a bad idea for both of them. He is known as an outcast, a freak by many, but Anna finds her solace in him many times throughout the book.

Again, there is so much to say about this book, but it would definitely give everything away, so I will be brief. Definitely give this one a shot if the above factors I stated do not bother you.

*I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review*

posted by LovinLosLibros on June 15, 2013

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  • Posted June 15, 2013

    I don't know how to start this review to be honest. I'm still no

    I don't know how to start this review to be honest. I'm still not sure what I think of this one! Maybe by the end, we can figure out my feels together. LOL. I don't typically read horror, but I was so intrigued by this one, how could I pass it up?!

    I think my biggest issue with this book was that I had a lot of trouble understanding the layers of what was going on. In fact, my brain was starting to hurt from trying to get everything straight and figure it all out! And maybe that's the genius behind this book. Needless to say I couldn't just read this one straight through. I'd read for a bit and then find myself easily distracted because I was a bit lost.

    Kate did an amazing job writing-wise. The way that she incorporated Annaliese's poems into this story was nothing short of brilliant. Not to mention, it really foretold a lot of what was to come. So make sure you read them!

    There is jumping around back and forth between 'girls' so it did take a minute to get my head wrapped around that, but all in all Kate did a good job of bringing it all back and tying everything together.

    This book is definitely not for the light-hearted. It is an emotional read and at parts a bit twisted. It is also a bit drawn out. It is a very slow build up to really get to the heart of the matter where things finally start making some sort of sense.

    The main character, Annaliese, is not really Annaliese Gordon, who was thought dead after going missing after a party. I definitely want to keep this spoiler free, so I won't add anything to that. This girl goes by Anna, and tries to fit herself into Annaliese's former life. However, she is confronted with overprotective, oversensitive parents; a boy who feels guilty for what occurred the night of the party and is trying to make amends; and the next door neighbor, another boy who is always with his video camera. I felt for Anna's character. Here she is bombarded with all of these outside factors, when she doesn't remember that life at all. It is bad enough she keeps getting these visions and to add to her confusion further, a different boy pops up claiming to know her and be in love with her and that he knows what is going on and what is happening to her.

    I did like Dex, the boy next door. He also has a special gift, but he wants to help Anna and get to know her, even though she knows it's a bad idea for both of them. He is known as an outcast, a freak by many, but Anna finds her solace in him many times throughout the book.

    Again, there is so much to say about this book, but it would definitely give everything away, so I will be brief. Definitely give this one a shot if the above factors I stated do not bother you.

    *I received a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest review*

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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