Caroline George

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Caroline George, author of THE PRIME WAY TRILOGY and THE VESTIGE, resides in Nashville where she spends the majority of her time in hipster coffeehouses, sipping lavender mochas and undertaking over-the-top projects. She is a two-time Georgia Author of the Year nominee, speaker, blogger and writer for teen magazine PURSUE. Caroline studies publishing and public relations at Belmont University and works as a publicist for local artists.

Average rating: 4.42 · 77 ratings · 34 reviews · 7 distinct works
The Vestige

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The Prime Way Program: Be T...

4.68 avg rating — 22 ratings — published 2013 — 2 editions
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The Prime Way Program: Just...

4.86 avg rating — 7 ratings — published 2014 — 2 editions
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New Arrival: Short Story

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More books by Caroline George…
Have you written a book?
Are you looking for an agent?
As a two-time self-published author now signed with Hartline Literary Agency and past intern of Harper Collins, I have experienced the pros and cons of both traditional and nontraditional publishing.
In this blog post, I will share what agents don’t tell you and offer tips on how to land a contract with an agency.
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Never Say Die by Anthony Horowitz
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Alex Rider will forever be one of my favorite characters!
This book is brilliantly crafted and offers a stunning read. I can’t wait for the next installment.
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Fallen Leaves by Tessa Emily Hall
Fallen Leaves
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Tessa Emily Hall crafts a vibrant, meaningful story focused on the beauty gained through and within change. She once again treats readers to an emotionally transparent novel that explores the reality of loss, self-discovery, and hope for growth after ...more
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A Court of Mist and Fury by Sarah J. Maas
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A Court of Thorns and Roses by Sarah J. Maas
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The Hidden Legacy by Christine  Rees
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~ YA indulgence deserving a YOU WON’T BE ABLE TO PUT THIS DOWN warning label ~

Fill your coffee cups and grab your book lights— you’ll be up late into the night with Christine Rees’s YA thriller, “The Hidden Legacy.” Rees crafts a gritty, fantastical
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The Vestige by Caroline George
“Welcome to the apocalypse. Where make-do is a motto and life seems wrong, out-of-place. Where the weak become strong because they have no other choice.”
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The Vestige by Caroline George
"This book was amazing. Julie went through so many changes throughout the book that helped the plot move along. I enjoyed the twists and the playful love moments throughout the book. I couldn't put it down once I started it. There were shocking mom..." Read more of this review »
"I received a special package from my publisher the other day ... !  It's the paperback of my YA inspirational romance novel, UNWRITTEN MELODY! You can now add the physical copy to your physical bookshelves. Yes, this means you’re free to dog-ea..." Read more of this blog post »
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Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink
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The Vestige by Caroline George
""Mistrusting world. Untold destruction. When the action begins, there is no coming up for air."

I had no idea what was in store when I picked up this ARC. George provides dark twists and curveballs, keeping readers at the edge of their seat and wan..." Read more of this review »
More of Caroline's books…
“Coffee first. Save the world later.”
Caroline George, The Vestige

“Men tend to treat women as fragile creatures, but our bodies were built to withstand pain and hard work, think with profound insight. We were created to do what men can’t. And if that isn’t reason enough for us to be treated equal, I’m not sure what is.”
Caroline George, The Vestige

“There is only one thing in this world worse than dying and that’s watching someone you love die instead—you feel their pain with no final solace.”
Caroline George, The Vestige

“When you find a truth that surpasses your desire to fit trends and meet approval, you can be certain it’s worth fighting to spread.”
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“The truth is crazier than lies because lies are required to stick to possibilities—the truth isn’t.”
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“We know your secret.
And we won’t be made invisible.”
Caroline George, The Vestige

“People have always expected the end of the world to be a dramatic, thematic event: war, disease, a sudden explosion. But what if the end of the world has already occurred? What if our final demise happened slowly, secretly … and we’ve been oblivious to it all?”
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“Sometimes you find a lie, and sometimes it finds you.”
Caroline George, The Vestige

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