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Exposed (Fearless Series #35) [NOOK Book]

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Instead of choosing the good guy, I chose the bad guy. Instead of warding off the enemy, I moved in with him. And I thought the purpose of fear was to prevent you from doing stupid things.

Gaia must decide whether she should call in the C.I.A. when she discovers an evil business empire plans to sell anti-fear drugs to the U. S. Army.

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Exposed (Fearless Series #35)

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Overview

Instead of choosing the good guy, I chose the bad guy. Instead of warding off the enemy, I moved in with him. And I thought the purpose of fear was to prevent you from doing stupid things.

Gaia must decide whether she should call in the C.I.A. when she discovers an evil business empire plans to sell anti-fear drugs to the U. S. Army.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439121092
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse
  • Publication date: 5/11/2010
  • Series: Fearless , #35
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 563,904
  • Age range: 16 years
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Francine Pascal

Francine Pascal is one of the most popular fiction writers for teenagers today and the creator of several best-selling series, including Fearless and Sweet Valley High, which was also made into a television series. She has written several novels, including My First Love and Other Disasters, My Mother Was Never a Kid, and Love & Betrayal & Hold the Mayo. In writing her stories, Ms. Pascal is inspired by her own memories of growing up and by the experiences of her three daughters.

Francine Pascal lives in New York and the south of France.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 9, 2004

    Exposed: Reviewed by New York Times Book Review Staff Manager, Nicole Higginbotham

    Confident in her ways, it surprises me that Pascal would wait so long to show the weakness fear can embed Gaia in. This book brillantly challenges the conflicts of Gaia's past by making her fully exposed to the public's criticism and dangerous exploits. I am amazed at the way Pascal uses cliffhangers at the end of her novels. It serves as a motivation to read the next book. The highly defined qualities of a human's personality are greatly expressed in this book. Pascal makes each and every personality unique and believable. I give it five stars.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 10, 2004

    1-36

    i have read all the books from the very first one to the most recent one 35 i have also read both special editions. i plan on reading number 36 and i cant wait to find out how it ends. does anyone remember the old gaia? the one with silly supestions like keping pennies in her pocket or the one that cannot feel fear but yet cannot even talk to sam. my fav. is the one when she and mary go to the club and she ends up dancing the whole time with a stranger. i also liked the one when she and mary caught the rapist. i think the last one should end with all her greatest and worst moments.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 19, 2004

    Fearless Series

    I have read every Fearless book also but I do wonder what will happen with Ed and Sam. Which one will she end up with? But what is that Fearless FBI? Is it another super edition? This book is great and I guess all great things have to come to an end. - Melissa

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2004

    fearless has redeemed itself!

    This book was really great. the previous books in the series were starting to get bad. Gaia had gained fear. but this book has some great unexpected twists. i can't wait for the next, and last one, in the series! I'm so sad it's ending!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 26, 2004

    Fearless Gaia Returns! Horah!

    thiss was soo awesome. she cant feel fear again.i think. and like everythig is patched up with her and jake anda ed... but what about sam! i want her and sam to run away togeather in the end. good. all he has to do is come back from not in her life. hahaha.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 1, 2004

    Series End

    I have loved these books ever since I read the first one. It is such a captivating series. When I read the other ones I couldn't put them down. Lately it has still been good and I like them but at the same time when gaia isn't fearless it isn't as interesting as it first was. Now she is kinda scared of everything and that seperates her from the reason she had the procedure to undue the fearlessness. Even normal teenage girls don't get scared of every little thing and gaia has because she has never experienced it before. Don't get me wrong this series is still wonderful and I will be reading until the end but it just isn't the same and I hope she doesn't end the series with Gaia still being afraid. I hope that some way they are able to return her to her normal state which is fearless and a buttkicker.

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    Posted October 14, 2008

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