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Anastasia Hopcus
Anastasia Hopcus wrote her first book in the 2nd grade. It was entitled Frederick the Friendly French Ferret and was seven pages long. During high school she wrote numerous short stories and started (but never finished) three screenplays, all as an alternative to doing actual school work. At the... show more

Anastasia Hopcus wrote her first book in the 2nd grade. It was entitled Frederick the Friendly French Ferret and was seven pages long. During high school she wrote numerous short stories and started (but never finished) three screenplays, all as an alternative to doing actual school work. At the very wise age of twelve her career ambition was to drive a Mack truck, but when that didn't pan out, she tried acting, bartending, and being a receptionist in a dojo before finally returning to writing. Anastasia loves horror movies, Joss Whedon, obsessing over music, and British accents. She lives in Austin, Texas and Shadow Hills is her debut novel. You can visit Anastasia at her website www.anastasiahopcus.com.
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Bemused Bookworm
Bemused Bookworm rated it 9 years ago
4 stars for a awesomely original story, prefectly written characters and a burning hot romance. I had to deduct 1 star for the underaged drinking and the reference to cigarettes, partying, pills, pot and sex. I sometimes fell like the morality police when i write things like that in a review... but ...
Woman Reading
Woman Reading rated it 10 years ago
I'll admit, in the beginning I was sure that this book sucked. Here are a few examples of why...1. When getting busted breaking into a friends room she makes up a lame story about how his mother is sick and that she's trying to get him a message in order to get his roommate to leave and go find him...
Bibliophilic Monologues
Bibliophilic Monologues rated it 10 years ago
So. Before we continue with this, let me insert a disclaimer to any publishers/authors who might be sniffing around my blog. I want to take this moment to insist that I, despite evidence to the contrary, am not a hater. I love YA novels, particularly paranormal YA (though I am developing a love for ...
Zemira Djedović
Zemira Djedović rated it 11 years ago
Meh. Nothing special. I picked this up because it had an awesome premise and as usuall I end up disappointed. What I especially hated was that inside dialog that Phe had like: "I feel connected to Zach even though we know each other for a day and he was in my dreams so we are meant to be for sure." ...
isamlq
isamlq rated it 11 years ago
I wanted to like it, and for while I did, but it got boring… and I got distracted so instead of focusing I had to start this book TWICE! Said fact did not bode well. Let me start with been there and done that. There are a lot of things familiar in this book, but I won’t bother with a rehash. The go...
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