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- Print Length: 188 pages
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B004XWFRCW
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- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 42 customer reviews
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Verity (Cursed Book 1) Kindle Edition
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Perdita is a 16 year old that is struggling with strange re-occurring dreams, an overly strict Father who is constantly battling with her Gran and emotional baggage from being abandoned by her Mother - someone that her Father is determined that she will not be like! Then life begins to change. The subject of her dreams suddenly enrols at her school but he blows hot and cold with her, leaving her feeling more confused than ever. She finds herself followed by menacing strangers, the local neighbourhood suddenly seems to be playing host to a pack of feral dogs and her lifelong best friend, Tammie, starts to behave oddly. Perdita wants to have the freedom to act like an ordinary teenager but this looks less and less likely, as her life spirals out of control around her. The story sees Perdita develop from a shy wallflower into someone who starts to stand up for what she believes is right, to stand up for both herself and for others.
Although I was not drawn into this story as quickly as the Ava Delaney series, I did enjoy the book. One cannot help caring about Perdita, Nathan and Amelia. Tammie's sudden and abrupt change from a caring supportive friend to a vindictive liar is as initially confusing to the reader as it is to Perdita - confusing in a good way, as I wanted to find out what had caused her apparent personality change. There were no real plot twists to the story, it followed a fairly predictable path but I enjoyed this book nevertheless. It was enjoyable because the characters are well written and engaging. I look forward to reading it's sequel, Clarity, when it is published later this year.
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