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No One Lives Twice: A Lexi Carmichael Mystery, Book One

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

6 out of 6 people found this review helpful.

I love books told in the first person IF that character has some

I love books told in the first person IF that character has something going that makes me want to visit in their skin for the length of the book. Lexi had it all .. humor, brains, good heartedness and a goofiness that was endearing. Her romantic encounters were sexy wit...
I love books told in the first person IF that character has something going that makes me want to visit in their skin for the length of the book. Lexi had it all .. humor, brains, good heartedness and a goofiness that was endearing. Her romantic encounters were sexy without being sordid, the dangerous situations were alarming without being gory and her thought processes were intelligent and funny. I had a great time reading this book, was able to follow the plot and keep all the characters straight and stayed interested right to the end. I couldn't ask for a more entertaining read.

posted by Eros-Ashima on March 23, 2013

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2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

No One Lives Twice

Lexi Carmichael is a geek, a computer geek to be specific, and works for the NSA. She has no love life to speak of, and doesn't find herself to be very appealing to men. But now her best friend Basia has disappeared and men seem to be lining up to help find her.

I lo...
Lexi Carmichael is a geek, a computer geek to be specific, and works for the NSA. She has no love life to speak of, and doesn't find herself to be very appealing to men. But now her best friend Basia has disappeared and men seem to be lining up to help find her.

I loved the action in this story. It was fast paced and exciting. It was great to see a bunch of computer geeks in action to save the day. In fact, the computer geeks were my favorite part...except for Lexi. Now since Lexi is our main character, that poses quite a predicament. Lexi is just a little too depressing. She complains about her lack of love life, her lack of taste in clothes, and about anyone who tries to help her. She gets a bit annoying at times just because she is always talking herself down.

The action, on the other hand, is fantastic. There are so many twists and turns subtly worked into the story, and they kept me guessing up until the very end.

3/5

posted by Jasmyn9 on March 21, 2011

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  • Posted March 21, 2011

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    No One Lives Twice

    Lexi Carmichael is a geek, a computer geek to be specific, and works for the NSA. She has no love life to speak of, and doesn't find herself to be very appealing to men. But now her best friend Basia has disappeared and men seem to be lining up to help find her.

    I loved the action in this story. It was fast paced and exciting. It was great to see a bunch of computer geeks in action to save the day. In fact, the computer geeks were my favorite part...except for Lexi. Now since Lexi is our main character, that poses quite a predicament. Lexi is just a little too depressing. She complains about her lack of love life, her lack of taste in clothes, and about anyone who tries to help her. She gets a bit annoying at times just because she is always talking herself down.

    The action, on the other hand, is fantastic. There are so many twists and turns subtly worked into the story, and they kept me guessing up until the very end.

    3/5

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted May 23, 2014

    Ghostly

    My name is now ghostly.

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    Posted January 12, 2014

    Nightkit

    Will u b my mom?

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 14, 2013

    R

    Cute but the story was far fetched. Will most likely read the next book in the series.

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