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If I Lay Here (Blurring the Lines #3)

4.08 of 5 stars 4.08  ·  rating details  ·  96 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A Blurring the Lines prequel.

Noah has spent his life just slipping by without standing out in grades, skills or even to his busy parents. At almost eighteen and a few months from graduating high school he still hasn’t a clue what he wants to do or be when he grows up. The only thing he does know is that he’s quietly lusted for a fellow classmate since he was old enough to
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4.5 stars
When a viral outbreak has devastating consequences across the world, two young men who have lost everything and everyone they have ever cared for, join together while they struggle to find a safe haven that they can call home. Both men have survived the infection, though not without being physically or emotionally changed by the experience. On their journey, they come face to face with the harsh reality of their new world, having to make decisions or take actions that would have been un
Several flaws of word usage, but a good story I enjoyed.
Note: Technically this is a prequel for Blurring the Lines, but it was actually written last. I would recommend reading it last also, but that may just be because that's how I did it; I don't suppose it really matters if you read this at the beginning or end of the series. Either way, it's pretty much a stand-alone in terms of characters, as it is set some 80-odd years (?) before the start of Blurring the Lines.
Frighteningly believable in that those who are changed (now different) are now feared and treated horribly. 3.5 stars simply because it was difficult to read.
i thought that this book was too sad and not as good as the other two
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The husband and I work for ourselves, no money in it but better than 9 to 5 for some other idiots, and it leaves me time to write. Which, I'm told, is a very good thing.
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