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No Intention of Dying (The Internment Chronicles Novella 1.5) - Lauren DeStefano
No Intention of Dying (The Internment Chronicles Novella 1.5)
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Before Morgan, there was Daphne, the girl who asked too many questions and changed everything... This original e-novella set in the world of The Internment Chronicles is a gripping prequel to Perfect Ruin. In this look back at Daphne, before her subversive paper led to her murder by order of the... show more
Before Morgan, there was Daphne, the girl who asked too many questions and changed everything... This original e-novella set in the world of The Internment Chronicles is a gripping prequel to Perfect Ruin.

In this look back at Daphne, before her subversive paper led to her murder by order of the king, Daphne witnesses her seven-year-old sister Amy having a seizure-like event, a result of injuries sustained when she wandered too close to the Edge. Government doctors insist these seizures are punishment for Amy’s bad behavior, but Daphne disagrees. Obsessed with finding out what lured her sister out there to the Edge to begin with, Daphne leads Judas, her betrothed, a young man with his own secrets, on an expedition near the Edge to reconstruct her sister’s fateful event. But how close is too close?
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Format: kindle
ASIN: B00BAWE7R4
Pages no: 14
Edition language: English
Series: The Internment Chronicles .5 (#1.5)
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4.0 The two novellas of the Internment Chronicles
No Intention of Dying (The Internment Chronicles Novella 1.5) - Lauren DeStefano Daphne was a character whose presence haunted the characters on the first book of the trilogy.This short story describes a scene from her past. She is one of my favorite characters, so I liked this short short novella!...
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1.0 Daphne's story...
This short novella was suppose to be about Daphne's story and her beliefs about the edge. Unfortunately though, there was absolutely nothing in the novella about Daphne that wasn't already said in the first book, Perfect Ruin, and that wasn't very much at all. I was so disappointed! I was really hop...
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