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Alexandra Bracken
Alexandra Bracken is the #1 New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of The Darkest Minds series and Passenger. Born and raised in Arizona, she moved east to study English and History at The College of William & Mary in Virginia. After working in the publishing industry, she now writes... show more



Alexandra Bracken is the #1 New York Times and USA Today best-selling author of The Darkest Minds series and Passenger. Born and raised in Arizona, she moved east to study English and History at The College of William & Mary in Virginia. After working in the publishing industry, she now writes full time. You can visit her online at www.alexandrabracken.com or on Twitter (@alexbracken).

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Line Bookaholic
Line Bookaholic rated it 5 days ago
I FINALLY decided to read this book. Honestly it had been on my TBR for ages and with the movie coming out I decided to see if it was worth the hype. And IT IS (I immediately ordered the following book). This is a post-apocalyptic book where teenagers are suffering from a kind of virus that killed...
Obsidian Black Plague
Obsidian Black Plague rated it 8 months ago
Good grief this book was long and tedious. It could have ended at least half a dozen times but it just kept going. I think it was about 500 pages and for most of it my eyes were just glazed over. Not all young adult dystopian novels are equal. The main character Ruby was flat and I didn't care or ...
Wyvernfriend Reads
Wyvernfriend Reads rated it 11 months ago
Children start being psychic, the US government reacts badly. Interesting teen fiction.
Odd and Bookish
Odd and Bookish rated it 1 year ago
When I first started reading this I was thoroughly confused. I had so many questions in the first 100 pages about what was going on. About halfway through, things started making more sense. The middle felt a bit rushed but also a bit slow at the same time (I know that doesn’t make much sense but it’...
A Man With An Agenda
A Man With An Agenda rated it 1 year ago
This new release should appeal to the broad audience of middle-grade horror, especially if they've started to grow out of their Goosebumps collection. We have a clueless, but likeable young man who feels like an outsider and it takes being possessed by a demon and on the run for his life to start fe...
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