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Another Jekyll, Another Hyde (Another #3)

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An elusive stalker is targeting Marlowe kids -- and something unearthly has gotten into its wealthiest student -- as the Another series builds up to a fiendish finale.

When his billionaire father marries French governess Nicola Vileroy, high society is all abuzz -- but Thomas, the most popular student at Marlowe, is just plain high. Ever since his girlfriend Belle dumped hi
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published March 13th 2012 by Candlewick Press (first published March 1st 2012)
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Mar 12, 2012 rated it liked it
“Three Stars: A modern day retelling of an old classic with a sinister villainess.
Another Jekyll Another Hyde, opens with a strange and creepy nurse skulking home late at night, but as she walks her features are morphing, changing into someone else, a beautiful governess. Nicola Vileroy has transformed herself into a seductive and charming governess, with manipulative plans to seduce and marry a wealthy banker. Nicola, is in reality, a centuries old demon. She maintains her beauty and disguises
Nicola Mansfield
May 02, 2012 rated it it was amazing
Reason for Reading: Next (and last) in the trilogy.

Before this book was published I heard it was going to be the final book, in what was now being called a trilogy. I was quite upset to hear that this would be the last of the series but it was with great anticipation I looked forward to its publication and my reading. I really loved this book and thought it was an entirely satisfying end to one of the smartest, intelligent YA paranormal trilogies I've read in years.

This series is quite different
Jul 07, 2017 rated it liked it
3.5 stars

Enjoyable but definitely not my favourite from the series. Liked the first book the best I think. Really cool concept and liked most of the characters
Dark Faerie Tales
Oct 29, 2013 rated it really liked it
Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales.

Quick & Dirty: The evil step-mother returns in this dark teen drama to take on a new victim, from the inside, and she’s never been more desperate to succeed.

Opening Sentence: A two-faced moon hung over the black-and-white city, in turns shining as bold as the sun and hiding, shamed, behind the veil of cirrus clouds.

The Review:

The best part of this book is probably the idea for this book. The storyline is extremely well-thought out, as is every book in the
Lisa Mandina
Jan 11, 2012 rated it it was amazing
First I want to thank both Netgalley and Candlewick Press for the chance to read this egalley. I don't think I reviewed either of the first two books on Goodreads, you'll have to go to my blog at to find those reviews. But I really enjoyed the first two: Another Faust and Another Pan by Daniel and Dina Nayeri. And so, I was so excited when I saw this 3rd one on Netgalley, I immediately requested it. It seems like it was forever before they accepted my request, I beg ...more
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I have been so excited to read Another Jekyll, Another Hyde because with the way Another Pan came to a close, it left readers wondering what would happen next. What happens to the governess Vileroy? Who will be the main character? What will the plot be? While I can’t give you the exact answer to some of those questions (seeing as how I want this to be as spoiler free as possible), I can tell you that the main character is Thomas who, if you have read the first novel you probably remember him, wa ...more
Jan 29, 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: imm-janii
Review first posted at Bewitched Bookworms

I’d first like to clarify that although this is part of a series it totally can be read as a Standalone. In fact, I read it without having read the other two books. The stories are not connected to each other, so I just realized today ( that it’s part of a series.
When I saw this book and read the synopsis I was intrigued! I loved the Jekyll and Hyde story and I loved the idea of setting in into the modern world with a Teenage boy. I liked the c
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Wow. This is an awesome end to a really fun trilogy - even though I still haven't read book 2, I have read the first book and now this final book (or, at least it feels like the final book) really kind of wraps up the entire story with villainess Vileroy in a really satisfying way. The Nayeri siblings really know how to do modern retellings of classics and old tales in a fun and entertaining way, and the explosive end of "Another Jekyll" is just proof of that.

However, it did drag in a few place
Jan 20, 2012 rated it really liked it
Thomas finds himself with a very undesirable stepmother. Desperate for relief from the situation he turns to a new drug. Something isn't quite right as he begins to have unexpected side effects. Time begins to slip through his fingers and a voice emerges in his mind. Dangerous things are happening and someone is behind them. Thomas might be the culprit.
The villain is more believable. Her depth of evil so strong it can plant seeds of despair right into the marrow of your bones. I haven't done the
Apr 07, 2012 rated it really liked it
What an awesome end to the Another series. I don’t think I’ve ever read a Jekyll and Hyde adaptation that I didn’t like, even the Arthur music video and R. L. Stine’s Jekyll and Heidi … ok, maybe not that one, but the story of a mild mannered man (or teen) dealing with a monster within properly done is almost always a good one. And this book was both a very good, modernized adaptation of the classic and a fitting conclusion to the series.

All the major players from the previous two books, Wendy a
Jul 04, 2015 rated it liked it
To be honest, I read this because I felt obliged to after Another Faust and Another Pan.

Unlike Another Pan, this book draws reference back to Another Faust much more closely. After Belle's hasty departure, Thomas is left dealing with the aftermath and Vileroy has weasled her way into becoming his stepmother. I felt disappointed that although there was so much teasing in relation to the Faust children, the Nayeris seem to have given up on them. This book is quite simply a one-man, or two-men depe
Jasmine Rose
Dec 13, 2011 rated it it was ok
Shelves: 2012-books-reads
The “meh” reviews are always the hardest to write and, sadly, Another Jekyll, Another Hyde turned out to be a “meh” book for me. I was hoping for more going in since it’s the final book in the Another series, but in the end I was going “that’s it? That’s the end?”

Somehow everything about Another Jekyll, Another Hyde just felt incredibly predictable. I’m not sure if it was the predictability or if I simply didn’t connect with the characters, but I ended up not giving a damn what happened to anyon
Maryam Dinzly
Nov 04, 2014 rated it it was amazing
Have you read the first two books before this book? Another Faust and Another Pan. Because if you haven't and you're about to read this book, DON'T. PUT DOWN THE BOOK AND GO SEARCH FOR THE FIRST TWO BOOKS. Because trust me, you won't be able to enjoy the book like I did. Another Faust is an introduction. Another Pan is a completely different story that would make you go "HUH, another kid." THEN Another Jekyll, Another Hyde, it puts both books together and FINALLY they're connected and viola! It ...more
Courtney (Storybook Slayers)
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Without reading the first two novels I must say that I was able to follow along with the plot without getting lost. I call that an accomplishment, though I should get my hands on the first two novels. For the moderate read it was, I had been able to finish in a few hours during my long car ride to my spring break destination.

It was a fun read, characters I was able to see brought or talked about back from previous books like the Faust c
Feb 28, 2012 rated it it was amazing
!!!!!!!!! This last book is a lot better and more bad-ass then the rest of the last two! Or maybe because I love The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde so much! When I find out that it is the last book, I was devastated. But I glad that I read it because it had the best and scary adventure. The story is so beautiful and mystery written that I just want to jump in! I might think of buying this book if I have a chance.
It had been almost a year since Thomas had been dump by his ex, Belle. Ev
I really enjoyed Another Jekyll, Another Hyde, I enjoyed the mystery. It was like we were finally getting to see Vileroy be defeated, because you already know who (how) she is from Another Pan. It's like each book was building you up to another level of her evil. My favorite part about this book was when Thomas, or another character, would mention a past character, or talk to a past character(s). I don't know why I enjoyed that so much, but I liked seeing how my favorite characters were doing I ...more
Giselle (Book Nerd Canada)
An unsolicited Advanced Reader Copy was provided by the publisher for review. Quotes have been pulled from an ARC and may be subject to change.

I believe it's safe to say you can read this book as a standalone and not get confused. The main character in this one is Thomas, who is in the first novel Another Faust who plays the part of Belle's boyfriend. Handsome and wealthy his new step mom is Madame Vileroy. Boy, does she never stop. Being the master of death, I'm guessing she is evil incarnate w
This is (I'm assuming) the final book in the Another series and I think it's the best of the three. I've never read the original Jeckyll and Hyde so I can't really make comparisons. I like how in Another Jeckyll, Another Hyde everything ends up coming full circle. The whereabouts of the Faust children were finally revealed if not their final fates. I would have liked an epilogue on ehat the children all ended up doing after Vileroy was gone, although you do find out one thing about Christian. I ...more
Phoebe Jeziel
Sep 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
I love this series, I feel that it is so unique and mystical that it immediately draws you in. I loved this book, and I appreciate the ending for Nicola. The only thing that leaves me unsatisfied is not knowing what happens with the other characters. I'm a sucker for happy endings, or at least knowing the ending fate of the characters I've followed, and I just wish it were a little more clear for Thomas. But I really loved how you gradually began to see the the changes in Thomas to Edward, it wa ...more
Apr 09, 2012 rated it it was amazing
So I gave this book 5 stars, ok, it's more like 4.5 but they don't allow that option on here.

I really enjoyed this book, and unlike Another Pan, I couldn't put this book down. Another Faust is still my favorite book in this series, however.

I enjoyed the way that this book incorporated all the characters from the other two novels, but also added new characters just for this novel. I also enjoyed the take on the Jekyll/Hyde story in this book. It dealt with drug use, but in the end, when you think
Roxanne Sukhan
Dec 19, 2011 rated it it was ok
I received a digital copy of the book from netgalley to read and review. I've not read the first two books of this, the Another, series. I found it interesting , the way the authors weaved the historical background of the antagonist into the book. The problem I had with this book is that it's not really about Jekyll and Hyde, so much as it's about Nicola Vileroy, the evil stepmother prepared to go to any length to achieve immortality. This made the book a disappointment for me.

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Mar 24, 2012 rated it liked it
Another Jekyll another Hyde (3)
A loose retelling of an All-time favourite classic of mine we see the finale of this series. Again following the same villainous Boogey man versus the good-ish we see the conclusion of a very well love series.
With a new “person” on the scene it’s safe to say we know why the book is called “another Jekyll another Hyde” This entertaining re-telling feature the evil Nicola Vileroy whom I might just dub my favourite villainess.
Sad to see this series end but A must r
Oct 16, 2013 rated it really liked it
Shelves: reviewed, children
I never had the chance to read the previous books in the series, nor have I read the original Jekyll and Hyde. Even so, this book has given me a basic idea on them. It wasn't really explained what happened before and the explanation wasn't fully needed. I got a good enough outline to figure out the details, which is always a good thing-many books over explain stuff you don't need to know to piece it together. This was a semi-quick read and definitely fascinating, keeps the interest and I was sur ...more
Aug 16, 2011 rated it really liked it
This was one of the most creative, unique and interesting series I've ever read. It's been three years since I read the first book and two years since the second one, but the minute I started this one I was right back in it. Madame Vileroy never fails to be an intriguing antagonist, and these are just so well-written.

This last (?) book in the series was just as good as the first two, and tied a lot of loose ends together. I am assuming this is the last of the series, but I would definitely love
Mar 28, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: favorites
If you are wanting to read these books and expect them to be exact modern day retellings of the original stories then these books are not for you. The books have some similar ideas of the classical tales, but the authors used a lot more of their own ideas. Just keep an open mind when reading this series because they really are amazing books. I'm sad to see this series end but this is a must read for ANOTHER fans.
May 24, 2012 rated it it was amazing
By Far MY favorite of the "Another Series" I felt it did well wrapping up the Faust's story however my only issue is that i felt there were so many stories to tell that they could have kept the series going with 5 or 6 books...and i really would have enjoyed more strong female characters other than that i would suggest this series to anyone who is into the dark, and macabre but also likes legends and tales...

Very Very Well Written
Cathrine Bonham
Aug 10, 2012 rated it really liked it
Of the three books in the Another series this one felt the closest to the novel that inspired it. If you absolutely loved R.L.S.'s The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Then I think that you will find this modern remake a worthy holder of the name. Though you really should read the other two books in the Another Series first as the Story holds you more if you already care about the characters.
Kathy  D.
Dec 18, 2011 rated it liked it
Shelves: ya, 2012, review-copies
3.5 stars. The best of the three "Another..." books. Readers will want to reacquaint themselves with the plot of the first book before starting on this one. This one ties the first two together and seemed to flow more fluidly. Characters from each of the three books appear, with the focus on a minor character. It was still a bit clunky, but enjoyable.

An electronic review copy of this title was provided to my by the publisher through
Cecilia Rodriguez
Aug 22, 2016 rated it it was ok
The story is set in New York at Marlowe, an exclusive private school.
In the final novel in the series, Daniel and Dina Nayeri bring back several characters from the previous stories.
The body of the plot is a modern version of Robert Lewis Stevenson's: "The Strange Case of Doctor Jekyll and Mister Hyde."
The authors maintain Stevenson's cautionary theme of drug addiction and the decent into madness.
A good conclusion to an interesting series.
Jun 27, 2012 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2012-reads
This was a creepy, sometimes amusing end to a wonderful trilogy (Another Faust, Another Pan). Where the first two books were more companion books then true sequels, this brings both back together and finishes the stories begun there. I really liked the main character, Thomas, even when I wanted to slap him upside the head (which was often). It was a well done ending to a well done series and is highly recommended.
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Daniel Nayeri is a writer and editor in New York City. He wrote and produced “The Cult of Sincerity,” the first feature film to be world premiered by YouTube. He has had all kinds of jobs around books, including book repairman, literary agent, used bookstore clerk, children’s librarian, Official Story-Time Reader Leader, editor, copy-editor, and even carpenter (making bookshelves). He’s also a pro ...more
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