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Colours In Blackness: A New Life

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

This YA novel reminded me a bit of the Marvel ‘X-Men&rsquo

This YA novel reminded me a bit of the Marvel ‘X-Men’ series in that it’s about a group of ‘gifted’ teens who are sent to a special school to help them learn to hone their powers. The main character, Laura, suffers from terrible migraine he...
This YA novel reminded me a bit of the Marvel ‘X-Men’ series in that it’s about a group of ‘gifted’ teens who are sent to a special school to help them learn to hone their powers. The main character, Laura, suffers from terrible migraine headaches and during one of these episodes she sees a horrific vision which then comes to pass. Apparently she can predict the future and so she is sent to the school so that she can learn to control her visions and potentially avert disasters from happening. There are lots of interesting characters at the school, and of course, Laura and her friends begin to suspect that everything is not above board. Without giving it away, danger and intrigue ensue. There is also a healthy injection of sexuality in that Laura and one of the orderlies are attracted to one another, culminating in a relationship. This aspect of the book may not sit well with some, but I think most teen girls will enjoy this book. It’s part of a series, too, which is always popular with teens.

posted by Tracykrausswrtr on July 28, 2012

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5 out of 7 people found this review helpful.

Good read!

A fast-paced story sbout a group of teenagers with extraordinary skills, this book will keep you entertained til the final paragraph. There's a few spelling and grammer issues, but still a goid story. I'll be reading more by this author.

posted by WendyWe on January 1, 2012

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 2, 2013

    Never met its potenial

    Thus story had some goo potentia but te writting quality is terrible. The plot is constantly knterrupted by lustful teenage hormlnes that have nithjng to wth the story itself. And why is veryone so madly in love wit the main character not to mention so emotional?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 5, 2012

    Ahhh

    The notetoselfs made me want to punch the athor they were very irritating

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 22, 2012

    Anmous

    I HATE THIS BOOK IT WAS REATERD STUPID WHAT WAS THE AUTHOR THINKING!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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