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Void by Rhiannon Lassiter
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it was amazing

** spoiler alert ** > read this book NOW. <
Void is a reprint of the '98-'00 trilogy called "Hex." The originals had atrocious covers. In fact this cover is what originally caught my eye about this book. Void is also a case in point about how much YA books have changed over just the last 10 years. Void had virtually no romance and the characters weren't stereotypical or cliched. (they also used some pretty cute '90's slang lol)
This book's imagery made the Net really come to life for me. It was like watching a better version of Tron Legacy with the added bonus of actually having a plot! I do wish some of the other Hexes had even pretended that their skill level approached Raven's. She's not god, after all, but thats kind of how everyone treated her. I loved Raven after I "got to know" her and her relationships with Ali and Kez grew some. Wraith was lovable in his own way. Gift and Tally completely fascinated me. It seems that their part in the end of the book was a little bit of a letdown, though. The climax of the story was truly heartbreaking. It was thrilling to watch when Raven defeated Darkness for the second time and ended the book with
> let there be light <
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Reading Progress

November 14, 2011 – Shelved
December 26, 2011 – Started Reading
December 28, 2011 –
page 241
36.02% "Book 2: Shadows"
December 30, 2011 –
page 407
December 31, 2011 –
page 490
73.24% "Book 3: Ghosts"
January 1, 2012 –
page 736
100% "> let there be light <"
January 1, 2012 – Finished Reading

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