Wired (Fearless Series #33) [NOOK Book]

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Back when I was fearless, it went like this:

Gaia meets boy. ...
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Wired (Fearless Series #33)

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Overview

Back when I was fearless, it went like this:

Gaia meets boy. Gaia falls in love with boy.

Boy gets hurt.

now that I feel fear, it goes like this:

Gaia meets boy. Gaia falls in love with boy.

Boy gets hurt.

Some things never change.

"Gaia meets boy. Gaia falls in love with boy. Boy get hurt. Some things never change."--P. [4] Cover.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781439121122
  • Publisher: Simon Pulse
  • Publication date: 5/11/2010
  • Series: Fearless Series , #33
  • Sold by: SIMON & SCHUSTER
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 224
  • Sales rank: 669,830
  • 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 May 27, 2006

    Could have Been Better

    I once loved fearless and then in two weeks it all changed. Ever since Ed was out of the picture I stopped .The theme of the book changed. Her not being fearless was a bit of a bore.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2004

    Trevisa EX Gaia lover

    I used to loveeeeeee fearless, and i kinda still do, but its that Gaia used to kinda be like my imaginary idol, i used to want to be Fearless and be able to fight like her, but its getting on my nervessss about how shes a little scardy cat now, i HATE that. I hope this series goes up to about 50, but Gaia needs to become fearless again because her being normal is boring and if shes going to be normal then theres no use of the book being called 'fearless' if shes not fearless

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 27, 2004

    Scarier than FvJ

    I agree with Jake: The idea of Gaia being scared like this is the most frightening I've ever read, because if that can be done to her, what chance do the rest of us have? I know Gaia sought this challenge to confirm or assuage the one fear she had before, and I can see the rate of acclimation progress in her battle situations, but I still hope she reverts to her original pitbull biting state soon, one way or another.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2004

    Expectations

    I think this book was not Francine Pascal best. The part when Gaia started liking Skyler and when she went with him to his dorm. I lost all my respect for Gaia. I'm a shame to call myself her fan. Francine Pascal I'm really disapointed.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2004

    Wired (Fearless Series #33)

    I am very dissappointed. The books have started sucking. I think Pascal should've just not put those strings on book number 24 and let it end there.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2004

    I think they should change the title of the book

    Reading this book was very dissappointing. Gaia isn't fearless anymore and it makes her out as a wuss. Good thing that this story was later on in the series or people wouldn't have continued reading it. I hope that the stories get better and that her gene is fixed, because this scared Gaia thing is not working at all. She needs to take invince or something so she is fearless again. I'd rather see the old Gaia back than to have a chicken fighter.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 31, 2004

    dont give up

    i beleive that the point of the series is gaia's journey to being normal. i think in the end of the series gaia will still have the fear gene but she will be able to control it. that way she can be happy and normal but still be able to protect herself and others.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 14, 2004

    Wired (Fearless Series #33)

    The whole book made me disappointed. Gaia is being so annoying with this whole fear thing. It's like Pascal has forgottened to write about something besides Gaia and Jake's relationship. If it wasn't for the last sentence, I would maybe give up on the sentence. And I loved reading the except and I am intersted in finding out what's up with Skyler. But I really want Ed and Gaia to become a couple again, because Jake is sorta annoying, even though I am learning to love him, but I don't trust Skyler. Gaia needs to find a way to un-do her surgery and get back to kicking butt.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 3, 2004

    NEVER STOP!!!!!!!!!!!

    Please dont stop writing these books they are great i would recommend them to and girl how enjoys reading or is looking for a book to get them interested

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 2, 2004

    Just Finished

    Just finished Wired and it was pretty good. As much as I have loved these books ever since they first came out, I'm not sad that there will only be four more books. (In case you don't know, it's printed on the cover of #33 that there will only be four more in the series.) I find myself driven to buy the books as soon as they come out and find out what is going on with Gaia & Co.; however, lately the series has been dragging a bit. All in all, this was a great book and I would reccomend it to Fearless fans.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 15, 2004

    Great Series

    I would agree with Hot Toddy, but I don't give all the credit to Francine Pascal. She may be the creator, but whoever it is that actually writes the books should have an award. Or at least some recognition. These books have me hooked from the first page and I am never disappointed when I read one; it actually makes me want the next one to come out sooner. They should have more series like this.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 12, 2004

    What happened to the strong Gaia?

    I have been an avid reader of the series since book #1, I own every copy but I have to say I am a little disapointed with #33. I don't like this new whimpy Gaia, the one who jumps at her own shadow, what is up with that? And since the series is coming to an end I hope to see the old Gaia return. For all of our sakes, it would be a travesty to end the series with Gaia in a constant state of panic.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 8, 2004

    Can't Wait

    I love these books no matter what anyone else says. They capture me. If I put it down I go crazy with anticipation. It is good to finally get a book that you go crazy if you don't read it all the way through. Not many books can do that to me anymore. When the series does end and I am not saying that I know that they will soon, I will be sad to see such a captivating series end. I think that Francine Pascal obviously did something right because she made us all want to read to the end.I hope that this series goes for a few more books at least.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 20, 2004

    Gaia Fever

    This books rock! Usually I just get books from the local library when they come out, but I have to buy these the first day they come out b/c I can't wait to read them!

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