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Nancy Werlin
Nancy Werlin has written 9 young adult novels, including New York Times–bestselling fantasy (Impossible), Edgar-award winning suspense (The Killer's Cousin), and National Book Award-honored realistic fiction (The Rules of Survival). Her newest book is Unthinkable, a companion novel to the... show more



Nancy Werlin has written 9 young adult novels, including New York Times–bestselling fantasy (Impossible), Edgar-award winning suspense (The Killer's Cousin), and National Book Award-honored realistic fiction (The Rules of Survival). Her newest book is Unthinkable, a companion novel to the fantasies Impossible and Extraordinary. Nancy grew up in Peabody, Massachusetts, received her bachelor's degree in English from Yale, and now lives with her husband near Boston.

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sensitivemuse
sensitivemuse rated it 1 year ago
I have to agree, this was indeed a page turner. It started off with a bang and it was one event after another until our four characters started putting the pieces together. It got really thrilling at certain moments of the book and even you are left wondering what the heck is going on and you’re fee...
I Live in Many Worlds
I Live in Many Worlds rated it 5 years ago
Not for me. I am very disappointed in this book. It's not what I thought it would be. If you are interested, give it a shot. As for me, I thought the story was too bland and the characters very unlikable. I just didn't care what was going to happen. So I decided not to finish this book. But like I s...
Wrenegade
Wrenegade rated it 5 years ago
Besides the fact that the writing was blah and I couldn't connect with any of the characters and the too-nice fae and when terrible things happened I gave so few fucks... ...she lost me the moment she said "Christmas tree farm in SE Washington". Have you been there? There are cows. And tumbleweed.
Wrenegade
Wrenegade rated it 5 years ago
I read this when it first came out and really enjoyed it, so thought I'd re-read in preparation for the sequel that just came out. Hrm. Sadly, it's much less good than I remember it being. Still an awesome concept, but the execution is poor. There's so little about breaking the actual curse, and s...
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land"
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land" rated it 5 years ago
TW: Rape On the cover it says: A haunting, thrilling romantic puzzle. Just read it I say, don' read it... This is not haunting. And this doesn't have a single "romantic puzzle" bone in it's body!! From time to time I read a book with a story that it's so bad, that it leaves me in a fit of te...
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