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Betrayed (Fingerprints #5)

4.0 of 5 stars 4.00  ·  rating details  ·  661 ratings  ·  15 reviews
It all started with strange thoughts racing through her mind and a bomb that nearly killed her. Now Rae's searching for the truth -- about herself, her mother, and the danger she can't escape. But all of Rae's searching can't answer the most important question: who wants her dead?Rae is about to come face-to-face with the person who has been after her -- or so she thinks.
Mass Market Paperback, 240 pages
Published October 3rd 2001 by Avon Books (first published January 1st 2001)
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Actual rating - 2.5

I'm getting really bored with this series.

Believe it or not, someone said Rae was a smart girl.
People that have read this series, will more likely to agree with the person that said she was an idiot.

I liked Yana in the other books, but in this one, my opinion totally changed.
She made such a bitchy move. The phrase "Who needs enemies when you have friends like those" defiantly sums Yana up in this installment.

The ending was okay, but it still never got me that interested.

(Source: I own a copy of this book.)
Someone is still after Rae, and she’s determined to find out who.

This was another okay story, Rae continued to make some stupid decisions, although she did use some common sense at one point. She did keep doing things that put her in harms way though which was pretty stupid.
The storyline continued to be about whoever was after Rae, and we got a bit more information about her mom and how she died.
There was some romance in this one with Yana, Rae, Anthony, and M
Rebecca Roberts
Who needs enemies when you have 'friends like Yana & Anthony?
Brandi ;)
The book nearly drove me crazy for the first half. I was sooooo sick of hearing Anthony whining about Rae. He wasn't good enough for her, she deserved someone better, she could never really like him, no one really liked him, he was only good for his abilities in football, blah blah blah. He was as bad as a girl. He never asked Rae what she felt for him or if she liked him, he just assumed and we all know what happens when you assume (make an ass out of u & me). He got on my nerves so bad I w ...more
So I must preface this by saying that I've now complete the entire series, having read books five through seven in one sitting, and am now coming back to plug in my reviews. Admittedly, of the seven books, this is my least favorite. I'll also say that it's still worth the read and books six and seven are out of this world great! You'd also need to read this book to keep up with the plot, so if you've made it this far, don't stop! It's totally worth it.
So here's why this is my least fav
I picked up this series secondhand and had a burst of reading through this series.

A great little paranormal mystery for YA's. Rae's ability to hear things through touch has screwed up her life making her an outcast in school. She finally agrees to attend a support group and things start to look up a little... and then someone tries to kill her.

Really glad I had the others in the series to read after this as this was a quick fix for me. Great suspense and action though and not too whiny a charact
As I assumed and thought was pretty obvious from the beginning, Yana was the culprit! Surprise Surprise. All through the books, I pinpointed her to a negative view and so it became that much more obvious that she was the crazy girl.
However, there were certain parts where Metz had me second-guessing who it was, but only rarely.
The relationship between Rae and Anthony was a drag. I can't believe high school kids are so....un perceptive these days.
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After piecing together the puzzle about her mom, this book ended with the demise of the person who's been after Rae from the start.

But we all know that there's one other person who's not stopping from getting their revenge on Rae. God knows why.
Ahhhhh! I always do this each time i read one of the books from this series. I get so into it and then, it ends and I'm hanging off a cliff... Great story, must get sixth book asap. Four stars
it was sooo good. a bunch of teenage drama mixed up in there. it was sooo good. i can't wait to read the next ook in the series.
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wow what a twist the series is great
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