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The Becoming (Daughters of the Moon #12)

3.98  ·  Rating Details ·  3,063 Ratings  ·  52 Reviews
Lately Tianna has been feeling unsettled and she can't understand why. She has a great boyfriend, good friends, and for once a good foster situation too. But she just can't shake the thought that something, or someone, is after her. At a skateboarding competition she runs into Justin and Mason-now Outcasts who no longer seem to recognize her. They keep telling her that the ...more
Hardcover, 273 pages
Published August 16th 2004 by Volo Books by Hyperion Books
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Annika
Apr 15, 2017 Annika rated it liked it
Things happened. Realizations are made. Enemies were vanquished.
Britney (BookDrunkSloth)
This has to be the best of this series thus far. It made Tianna my favorite of the girls. She wasn't completely distracted by boys, which was so refreshing. She was very protective of those she loves. It was also nice to see that the five Daughters actually got together and spent time trying to figure out what was going on. In all of the previous books, they would talk about it for like five minutes and then walk irrationally into danger.

After this reread I can now see why Lynne Ewing thought th
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Katie Iupe
Jun 02, 2017 Katie Iupe rated it liked it
Eh. I would write more but there isn't really much to say. It's the same old same old. It's a good series, but it's just like, the same thing with every book.
Koorihime-sama
CHECKED OUT THE BOOK FROM MY PUBLIC LIBRARY.

APART OF THE GOODREADS 2011 READING CHALLENGE.

2ND REVIEW. 1ST REVIEW IS HERE.

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5 out of 5


Tiana is starting to feel very unsettled, but she has no idea as to why since everything is going great for her. However, when she feels something watching her and Jason and Mason say she’s “becoming”, she starts to worry even more. What is becoming? And, does that mean her dark side is taking over her?

I decided to do a better review of the Daughters of
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Alex
Jun 15, 2009 Alex rated it really liked it
So I'm a bit torn with this book. From what I understand, this was supposed to be the last book. It was written in 2004. Book 13, which I just started, was written in 2007 and has a note in the beginning that says something along the lines of "After 3 years of being bombarded with people wanting another story, I wrote this one."

Okay. So for three long years, people thought this was the last book in the series. But since I know NOW it wasn't, I'm torn how to rate it.

If this had truly been the las
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Sarah Crawford
Jan 15, 2016 Sarah Crawford rated it really liked it
This is the first book in the series. Vanessa is a young girl who has the ability to become invisible by removing the molecular attraction between the atoms making up her body. She can fly through the air and move among groups of people without being seen.

Catty, her friend, we learn has the ability to travel back and forth through time. She takes Vanessa with her at times, something which scares Vanessa quite a bit.

Serena is introduced as a young girl who has the ability to read minds and Jimena
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Chelsea Gouin
Sep 13, 2015 Chelsea Gouin rated it it was ok
Dear glob...I am way too old to enjoy these. But, I have one more book to painstakingly chug through before this series is done. This book is from Tianna's point of view and she is probably the stupidest girl that's ever graced this series. She acts pretty tough...until she needs to. She literally ignores everyone's advice to leave L.A and just makes matters worse. On the flip, no one ever *did* tell her any information and expected to follow their instructions blindly. After people tell her she ...more
Tara Day
Mar 31, 2012 Tara Day rated it it was ok
This installment to the series is intense. Despite what all the other Daughters have been through, I found myself feeling most sorry for Tianna. With what happens with Derek, her powers, and her foster family, she seems to me the Daughter who gets cut off from everything before jumping into the climax.

This one also has sexier details - like Tianna's thoughts as she embraces her destiny and meets the Atrox. Although I wasn't fond of how easily she fulfilled her destiny, I did like that the autho
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Laurel
Oct 20, 2009 Laurel rated it liked it
Shelves: 11th-grade
This is the last book in the Daughter of the moon series and it wraps up the plot. This book focuses on Tianna, who plays the herione. In the story, Tianna has been feeling unsettled and she can't understand why. She has everything she wants; a great boyfriend, good friends, and for once a good foster situation too. But she just can't shake the thought that something, or someone, is after her. At a skateboarding competition she runs into Justin and Mason (ex- Atrox followers) - now Outcasts who ...more
Cynthia Flores
Dec 10, 2008 Cynthia Flores rated it it was amazing
These books are just great to read. They have a great formula for wanting to continue to the next book. The girls are right at their age level. Smart, interesting, have lots of fun along with that goddess element that I think every girl/woman has inside of her already. They share an unbreakable bond with each other even though they all have completely different backgrounds. I gave this one a five because it truly deserves it. If a series can keep me going 12 books along and wanting to read more. ...more
Anahi Velazquez
Aug 29, 2012 Anahi Velazquez rated it it was amazing
Tianna has ben feeling unsettled, and she can't understand why- she has a great boyfriend, good friends, and, for once, a loving foster home. But still, she can't shake the thought that something, or someone, is after her. At a skateboarding competition she runs into two of her most feared enemies, Justin and Mason. Only now, they claim they've come to help Tianna- to warn her of her becoming. She has no idea what they mean, but deep down. Tianna senses herself changing. She knows that every Dau ...more
Raee Bascom
Jul 16, 2010 Raee Bascom rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Lately, Tianna has ben feeling unsettled, and she can't understand why- she has a great boyfriend, good friends, and, for once, a loving foster home. But still, she can't shake the thought that something, or someone, is after her. At a skateboarding competition she runs into two of her most feared enemies, Justin and Mason. Only now, they claim they've come to help Tianna- to warn her of her becoming. She has no idea what they mean, but deep down. Tianna senses herself changing. She knows that e ...more
Lizette
this book as wierd but a good weird. even thogh the series of the daughters of the moon is ending tis book was a good one. tianna is my fav but i didnt expect this to happen. i was soo into the book that i finish it in a giffy. i am excite to read more books by this amazing author. good book to almost end the series.
A*Writer*in*Time
Nov 03, 2010 A*Writer*in*Time rated it liked it
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Tania8f
Mar 24, 2008 Tania8f rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: To whoever likes books about fantasies like Harry Potter because its very good and interesting.
Shelves: already-read
This book its great it has a good mix of non_fiction and fantasy. Its based on teens in high school going through hard times. But mostly because they have magic powers they had to hide from many bad people who wanted to hurt them. This book was mostly about one of the daughters of the moon which after all she wasn't.
Khalia Hades
May 14, 2011 Khalia Hades rated it it was amazing
Shelves: books-i-own
I loved this book. You learn so much about Tianna. I was so surprised to find out Mary was a follower. I kind of wanted her to turn evil though. It left me wonder if any of daughters will let their dark side take over. I can't wait to resd the final book, but part of me is sad to have the series end. I have also the read the series "The Sisters Of Isis" which was a good and short series.
Kathryn
Jul 29, 2011 Kathryn rated it liked it
I actually surprisingly liked this one. Tiana was a lot less obnoxious, and learning about her past, where she came from, and how she got her abilities was neat. I realized that this author, though not the greatest, clearly set this up when she first introduced this character, and knowing Tiana had a past that explained so much if the crap that annoyed me about her made her a LOT more tolerable.
Cristi
Feb 17, 2013 Cristi rated it liked it
Can't remember how I found this series, but I liked it. I have yet to tread the last, but I want. It is just really interesting a and i love the whole thing with the bad guy. I recommend this for anyone who likes paranormal-y books.
Nidah (SleepDreamWrite)
Mar 24, 2014 Nidah (SleepDreamWrite) rated it really liked it
What is with the cool dresses on these covers? Anyway, I remembered I stop reading after this and was like, when's the next book coming out? Yet again, this one is good, even if I don't like this character
Vaalys
Jul 09, 2011 Vaalys rated it really liked it
I really love this series. I first read them when I was younger and fell in love with the characters, their relationships, everything. Now I can sit down and read through them in a flash, but I still haven't read the 13th one! I should get on that... or maybe I just don't want it to end
Kelly8e
I decided to read this book because when I read when I read the title it sound interesting for me "daughter of the moon". More More...
Celeste
Mar 17, 2008 Celeste rated it it was amazing
It was intersting learning where Tianna came from and how she is connected to the Atrox. I absolutly loved it. I never expected what happend to happen.
Dani Moore
Aug 01, 2010 Dani Moore rated it really liked it
#12 in the Daughters of the moon series. Dark, but good triumphs in the end. So starts a new year.
Jessica
Jul 20, 2008 Jessica rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: young girls
what fans thought was the end for a long time and an ending that makes you go "wait, did that really just happen?"
Jaime
Feb 28, 2008 Jaime rated it it was ok
Shelves: youngadult
Quick candy for those who enjoy a good fantasy read with a strong woman for a protagonist.
Krista
Nov 10, 2007 Krista rated it it was amazing
Recommends it for: anyone who like mysterious things happening
In this book the main character is being warned of something that is to happen somewhere in the future.
Joyce
Nov 13, 2010 Joyce rated it it was amazing
LOVED IT! but it was a whole lot sad.
stephanie
Sep 28, 2009 stephanie rated it it was amazing
i would have never guessed that this book would be so amazing. all the twists and turns it kept on the endge of my book haha.
Greekgirl
May 13, 2008 Greekgirl rated it really liked it
The ending is sad but many of my anwsers about some charaters were not anwsered. I believe she needs to write another book telling what happens to the other daughters of the moon.
One step at a time
One if my friends said that it was a good book and I hope to read it and maybe evenread the series.
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Lynne Ewing is an American author and a screen writer.

She always had to move around a lot when she was growing up because her father was in the Marine Corps. She has two sisters. Lynne graduated from high school in Lima, Peru after attending seven other schools. While she was in Peru, she learned to speak Spanish. She attended the University of California at Santa Barbara. When she was 30 years ol
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