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Radiance by Alyson Noel
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Jul 30, 11

it was amazing

This book is funny and well written.

I love the way Reily tries to come to terms with that she had to die as a 12 year old girl and that she is to be an apprentice to become a Soul Catcher and that her teacher, Bodhi, is a goofball (according to Reily).

She doesn't show him any kind of respect and she really acts as a spoilt brat who says what she wants without thinking about anybodys feelings.

She's a real teenager at 12.

Bodhi takes her to her first assignment with "The Radiant Boy" at a castle in England and she handles the task as expected, but it's really a niiice piece of work she does for a first timer.

I giggled many times during the book and I must say that I love the tension between Bodhi and Reily and her dog Buttercup is a nice and wonderful touch to the team.

Ms. Noel's writing is fluid and flawless. She truly captures the thoughts of a 12 year old girl - I loved her inner monologues and the way that Reily tries to conceal her thoughts for everybody.

Read it and enjoy it :-)

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