Faceless [NOOK Book]

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My name is Brandt Cross, and I died. Again… 

I'm living in the body of a Six named Douglass Cain, a certifiable scumbag whose ability is on Zendean Industries—AKA Denazen's—most wanted list. There’s some serious bad going down, and Ginger, the leader of the Underground, sent me undercover to obtain information because people are dying. 

My cousin, Dez, is dying…

Denazen ...

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Overview



My name is Brandt Cross, and I died. Again… 

I'm living in the body of a Six named Douglass Cain, a certifiable scumbag whose ability is on Zendean Industries—AKA Denazen's—most wanted list. There’s some serious bad going down, and Ginger, the leader of the Underground, sent me undercover to obtain information because people are dying. 

My cousin, Dez, is dying…

Denazen thought they’d found a cure for the Supremacy decline, but they were wrong. That’s the bad news. The good news? Franklin Wentz. 

Wentz, the owner of a genetic research company, is brilliant and just a little bit crazy. He’s unwittingly created a formula that may cure the sick Supremacy kids, and everyone wants it—including Devin, the super hot Resident.

Get the formula. Save the day. Don’t fall for the hot spy. Piece of cake.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781622668595
  • Publisher: Entangled Publishing, LLC
  • Publication date: 3/18/2013
  • Series: Entangled Ever After
  • Sold by: Macmillan
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 175
  • Sales rank: 204,705
  • File size: 167 KB

Meet the Author



Jus Accardo is the author of YA paranormal romance and urban fantasy fiction. A native New Yorker, she lives in the middle of nowhere with her husband, three dogs, and sometimes guard bear, Oswald. When not writing, Jus can be found volunteering at the local animal shelter or indulging her passion for food. After being accepted to the Culinary Institute of America, she passed on the spot to pursue a career in writing and has never looked back. As far as she’s concerned, she has the coolest job on earth—making stuff up for a living.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 19, 2014

    Dionysus's cabin

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 28, 2013

    Wonderful addition to the series

    Wonderful addition to the series

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 30, 2013

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    Is this the second book?

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  • Posted April 28, 2013

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    Lots of fun! I¿m new to this series, and just jumping into the

    Lots of fun!

    I’m new to this series, and just jumping into the most current book. It sort of feels like Heroes meets X-men, but with a more dangerous edge. It took me a minute to get certain terminology down, but once I got ahold of that I was in for the ride, excited about the premise. There were a lot of alliterated names and companies that made it a bit difficult for more to differentiate for me at times. However, the variance of characters and the exciting action filled plot line more than made up for that. 




    The story starts out with Brandt Cross, who happens to be a soul jumper. He’s just jumped into the body of Doglass Cain and he wants to bring Denazen down. His original body was murdered, and he can never go home again. His only future is to hop from body to body, never quite himself. I felt an enormous amount of sympathy for this character, imagining how alone he must feel at times. However, on the plus side, he is able to retain the abilities of the sixers (people with these special abilities) he jumps into. That is a major bonus, and it gives him the ability to do things like enter others’ dreams, and even control them. 




    So who do you trust when everyone has a secret? Well, he starts with Devin, who quickly turns into his love interest. In fact, at one point Brandt describes a kiss with Devin as “rockets to Heaven”. I just loved that. And Devin is this very cool girl who is also doing bad things for what she deems a good purpose, much like Brandt. 




    I found the story to be fast pace and well written. I was eagerly turning pages to find out what would happen next. The cast of characters were colorful and varied, each one lending a certain aspect to the story while bringing in their own set of secrets and agendas. If you are into YA UF, I think you would really like this story. I think it would be easier to have read the series from the beginning, but by going through reviews on the other books and such, I felt I was able to catch up enough to keep up with what was going on with Brandt. 

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  • Posted April 27, 2013

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    Faceless is Brandt Cross,  Dez's cousin's story.  Brandt is a &q

    Faceless is Brandt Cross,  Dez's cousin's story.  Brandt is a "Six."  He is also a "soul jumper."  What that means is that when he dies, he jumps into the soul of the Six that is closest to him at the time of his death.  Not only does he take over their body, he also inherits whatever ability that Six has.  After his cousin Dez becomes deathly ill, Brandt goes in undercover to try to find a cure for Dez and other Six's in the same predicament.  His assignment ends up involving quite a bit more than he anticipated, so needles to say, things get dangerous and complicated, especially when a certain girl enters the picture.




    I found Faceless to be a great installment in the Denazen series.  Being a novella, it doesn't take very long to read.  There was quite a bit of action from beginning to end, as there is in all the books in the series.  I really like Brandt's character.  He has a great sense of humor, and he is an all-around great guy.  I loved his inner rants and the pep talks that he gives to himself.  The love interest in this book is Devin, another Six, who forms a bond with Brandt....the only problem is that Brandt is living in Cain's body, which is definitely a little more than a "bump in the road."  Of course there is plenty of action, danger, and intrigue in the story.  Overall, Faceless is an enjoyable novella, and I really liked getting to know Brandt better.  I am also really looking forward to reading Tremble, the next book in the series




    Favorite Quotes:




    When I was a kid, I imagined death was a lot like Saturday morning cartoons.  Fluffy clouds and harps.  People zooming around with super-charged wings on their backs.  Then as I got older, my idea of death changed.  I was a good guy, so I'd have to be heaven-bound, and heaven meant daily brews with Tony Hawk, Sunday brunch with the family, and all the peanut butter cookies I could eat presented on platters offered by large-breasted Hooter's girls.  




    I hated this place.  Usually ripe with overly buff, shirtless men wearing everything from neon-colored Speedos to pink loin cloths, Ginger Midlen's head was the poster place for ick.




    "My name is Brand Cross, and my life used to be seven kinds of f**ked up....Now it's eight..."

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 6, 2013

    Love it.

    I really liked this book and brandts story. I cant wait for the final book. I have enjoyed the whole series. I cant wait for them to kick some butt.

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    Posted March 26, 2014

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