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A Hacked-Up Holiday Massacre
Shane McKenzie, Bentley Little, Jack Ketchum, Joe R. Lansdale, Nate Southard, Wrath James White, Lee Thompson, Lesley Conner, Emma Ennis, Marie Green, Boyd E. Harris, Kirk Jones, Matt Kurtz, Steve Lowe, John McNee, Elle Richeld, Ty Schwamberger, Patrick Shand, Elias Siqu
Vampire Most Wanted
Lynsay Sands
Divergent
Veronica Roth
Unbalanced
Kate Douglas
Unbound
Kate Douglas
The Master Undone: An Inside Out Novella
Lisa Renee Jones
Real
Katy Evans
Crash Into Me
K.M. Scott
Fire on Ice
Dakota Madison
Knowing Jack
Rachel Curtis
Fractured Light - Rachel McClellan This book was part of a blog tour, I received a copy for my honest reviewThis book started out with an abnormal girl, who doesn't like to be noticed and doesn't really know anything about her gift. Then we have a guy who knows all about her, he is protective and tells her they can only be friends. There are these bad guys Vykens who kills Auras, Llona has to learn how to use her powers and fight to protect herself. Christian helps her while trying to not to get emotionally involved with her. The beginning of this book started out like so many other young adult paranormal books that I have seen recently, there were a few things that set it apart. The characters were well developed, easy to relate to and had certain little quirks that set them apart from other typical young adult characters. I was interested in the story and while it wasn't something I couldn't put down, it was still a engaging. The writing itself was good, the author created a great world within a world. I would have rated this higher, but I have read another series with a similar plot line. Overall this book was your typical young adult novel; it had great characters, an angsty love story and a conflict. I am going to read the next book in this series, a lot of the time the second book is a lot better than the first.