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Grounded
     

Grounded

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by Constance Sharper
 
At last, Avery thought that she had made it back to a normal high school life-- except for the death threats on her head and the harpie in her backyard. Trouble never stays far away though, and Mikhail hatches a plan that endangers life as she knows it. Avery is drawn back into a vicious harpie war and is finally forced to confront her relationship with Mason whether

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Grounded 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 28 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Review by slicedopenreviews(dot)com YES! YES! YES! YES! KNOCK OUT! Constance Sharper did it, she REALLY did it. Sharper surpassed every single preconceived notion of mid-series novels I have ever had and/or felt. She must have found the cure for the “mid-series blues” because there was NO sign of it here, I mean none, not even a hint. Beyond that, she created a second book with what I think is a stronger plot than the first. Grounded takes off right where Airborne left us hanging, and yes, I do mean hanging because Shaper also created an AMAZING cliff hanger in Airborne (good thing I got to read both back to back because I’m extremely impatient!). She also ties up somethings in this book for me. I had some strange feelings about our main characters in the first book, not bad feelings, but just really different… So, in Grounded we keep all of the above characters and build a couple other prominent ones that I will get to in a minute, first, let’s revisit each character: Avery: Sharper held strong with Avery, never abandoning the strong sense of who this character is. Mason: Ok I was totally right, I think I started to swoon somewhere in Grounded, but I like that I had to wait and let my feelings for him develop, keeps it real and a lot less “loved you the moment I met you” which is very refreshing in a YA read. Leela: well, I don’t like to include spoilers, but I will try and keep the spoiler rate low here, my strange feelings for her were totally justified and while I still have a love-hate feeling for her, at least now I understand why! In this book we also add Mikhael, Patrick and Adelyn to what I would call the main character pool. Sharper also does an outstanding job with them, keeping up with her ability to create mystery behind each character to keep pulling you in. I’m still a bit floored at Sharper’s development of characters, I find it unique, but simple, she somehow knows when its right to give you just enough about a character to keep you going until she gives you a little bit more, building and building upon each characters background and present. Sharper kept up with her action in this book as well, and dare I say that I was further on the edge of my seat for this book than in the first?! I think I can, because I was surely immersed, ignoring phone calls and all to keep reading! Now I sit, attempting to reign in my impatient attitude, for the release of Windswept…don’t know the official release date yet, but be sure to watch for an Anticipation update for it!
Kasey1395 More than 1 year ago
It is not often when I find a book that has plot twists that the reader wouldn't expect. However, Grounded is FULL of them! Absolutely loved this book, it is an amazing sequel to Airborne! CAN NOT wait for the next book in the series!
icepricess More than 1 year ago
This book is amazing. The plot was grate. Cant wate for the next book. I love how the relationship between Avery and mason did not go to fast like the ya of today were the characters say they love eachother two day into knowing each other. The cover is amazing as well i like how ever has the mark on her arm and the feather is there the background is beatuful.
Elarm More than 1 year ago
This was a good follow of the first book "Airborne". A nice mixture of action, romance and suspense ,the book has some unexpected turns. I look forward to the next one.
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I fell in love with this book. i couldn't wait for to read the next book.
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A glitch move in gen. 1 games only lol
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"Aw. Ok. I guess you win," she said and carried away Luxio on her back.