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Outcast - Community Reviews back

by Adrienne Kress
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Scribbling
Scribbling rated it 8 years ago
Actual rating: 2.5 starsIt may not come to surprise you GoodReaders, but I’m an aspiring writer. I have a feeling most of us are, in some form or another; fiction, journalism, cookbooks, or writing book reviews. It kind of goes hand in hand with wanting to read a great deal. And for all of us writer...
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook
Sandra @ My Fiction Nook rated it 8 years ago
Wow. That was simply stunning. With quirky story telling, this somewhat dark and creepy and often laugh out loud funny story is no Angelfall. And that's a good thing. In a small southern town, angels are said to be taking several young people once a year. No one has ever seen the angels, but every A...
Howdy YAL!
Howdy YAL! rated it 8 years ago
To see full review click here.I loved almost everything about this book. In fact, most of my grievances with it are technical. I could praise it all day. And I am.First, it has amazing characters. I loved Riley. I liked how she took charge. How her relationship Gabe wasn't instantaneous, and I...
GizmosReviews
GizmosReviews rated it 8 years ago
*Genre* YA Paranormal*Rating* 4.0*First Thoughts*I really enjoyed reading Outcast and will not be one of those who compares this book to Angelfall. I enjoyed Sixteen year old Riley Carver as the main protagonist. I loved the setting as a small Bayou town called Hartwich which is deeply southern and ...
My Library in the Making
My Library in the Making rated it 8 years ago
(This mini-review was originally posted at My Library in the Making.)Ah, this book. I shall remember all the feels it gave me until the next time I read it, because Outcast is one of those books I'll never get tired of. And thinking about it now, it's really similar to Hush, Hush by Becca Fitzpatric...
Reading with a Vengeance
Reading with a Vengeance rated it 8 years ago
See this review and more at Whitley Reads.My Reaction: This was a very teenager book. And hot-damn, this book owned its teenager-ness. The focus and voice and general attitude of the novel was not only spot-on for teenagers, but was, I think, something that teenagers really need to see more of. ...
JennyJen
JennyJen rated it 8 years ago
Despite that synopsis and the endless comparisons I keep seeing, this is no Angelfall. There really should be no comparisons made. I didn’t even want to bring Angelfall up, but I’d be remiss not to warn you. Outcast, thankfully, stands alone and does a good job putting its own twist on the angel gen...
Unraveling Words
Unraveling Words rated it 8 years ago
This was quite the fun read, while still dealing with the coming of age issue and touching on some religious aspects. I'm gonna right ahead and say that the best part of the book was Riley. She was a spunky, kick ass girl, who would sometimes come off as being a bit of a snob at times, but could sti...
Emily May (The Book Geek)
Emily May (The Book Geek) rated it 8 years ago
“They come out of the sky and take you. Everyone knows that.”So, here's what I want you to know: I enjoyed every single minute of this creepy, funny, very different sort of book. Yes, it is another young adult urban fantasy with angels but the approach - which combined elements of light and dark ton...
To Read Or Not To Read, That's The Question
DNF. I stopped at 27%.
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