Prophecy Girl (Lacuna Valley, #1)
Pages no: 248
Read this and other reviews at my blog.Samantha and her family have moved around the country all her life, supposably searching for better weather for her father's severe allergies. Lacuna Valley quickly shows itself to be different than anywhere else. She meets a boy who seems to know more about he...
I wasn't sure what to think of this book when I started it- the writing was good, flowed nicely and at a good pace, but I wasn't sure where the story was going. Then I hit Chapter 3- I had a hard time putting it down! I love the situation of this book- the fact that it's real (more than most peopl...
I'm honestly not sure what to say about this one. I got the gist of the story but the writing style didn't work for me. It felt disjointed and just didn't flow right. Maybe it was me, I dunno, but I had a heck of a time making it as far into the book as I did. DNF.
Enter To Win A Copy of Prophecy Girl!!! Review & Giveaway @ Say It With Books“Yes,”she choked out the word. This was always the hardest part, giving her mother what she wanted —unquestioned obedience.There are lot of YA Fantasy books out there with the same cliché plots and cliché characters; honest...
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