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The Name of the Star
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February 1, 2012
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February 29, 2012

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Sarah (Catching Books)
Oct 20, 2011 Sarah (Catching Books) rated it it was amazing
What an AMAZING book! This is definitely one of the best books that I have read this year!!
The first thing that caught my eye about this book was the cover! It is very unique! The plot of this novel was very different and interesting! London is one my my favorite cities, so I loved reading about it! I also love to read about boarding schools so it was awesome to read about that as well.

This book kept me on the edge of me seat and I was constantly guessing what would happen next, only to be shock
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Dichotomy Girl
Sep 29, 2012 Dichotomy Girl rated it really liked it
4.5 Stars...I really really liked this! It was a delicious mix of ingredients, that I thoroughly enjoyed consuming!

English Boarding School -- Check!
Creepy Murder Mystery -- Check!
A little Paranormal Twist -- Check!
No Instalove(!!!)or Triangles -- Check!

If I wasn't so stingy I would give this 5 stars...I heartily recommend it!
Jessica (BlogEared Books)
Nov 29, 2011 Jessica (BlogEared Books) rated it really liked it
What a fun book to read! The main character, Rory's parents move to England for business and she decides to attend a private boarding school- to get the whole "English" experience. Shortly after moving in, bonding with her roommate, crushing on a guy, and secretly despising the resident "perfect" girl- tragedy hits London. Someone is murdering people in the same fashion and on the same days that Jack the Ripper struck years ago. Unfortunately, Rory is an eye witness to one of the murders and bec ...more
Ginny
Oct 09, 2012 Ginny rated it really liked it
Maureen Johnson loves London and this is another book that proves it. I couldn't put it down. A little history, a mystery, a little romance mixed in with some paranormal makes this book fun and riveting. The fantasy is a small departure for Maureen but like her other books, the protagonist is sharp, funny and a little awkward. I highly recommend it and look forward to future books in the series.
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