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The Pattern Scars by Caitlin Sweet
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Oct 12, 2012

it was amazing
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Recommended to Nighteye by: Anna Bark Person
Recommended for: Anyone and persons who like not so typical Fantasybooks
Read from October 07 to 10, 2012 — I own a copy

"Predicting the future dosen't mean you can prevent it..." are the words on the backcover and these words are mirroring the book well!

I meet the auhtor at Swecon and then read her book, we talked a bit about the book after I've been reading a bit into it. The book is about a young girl who's mother sells her to a brothel when she discovers that her daughter is a seer, a person who can foretell the pattern of the future for a person .
Then she lives there a time, dreaming to come to the chaste, and then a person come that says that he will give her a chance to go to the chaste if she only follow him... and after that nothing is the same any more.


It's a good book, I really love it for several reasons and here are some of them: first of all it's difficult to say what will happened next (which I like), as soon as you think you'll know what will happen then something totally unpredictable happens and you are lost again...
It's a lot of twists in it, especially the sequel surprised me a lot and in the last half of the book there are twist after twist. Another thing I like are that it constantly happens things all the time, like in trudi Canavans books, and I would like to read more books like that!

And in almost every chapter there are small clues of what Nola are doing right now, who I really liked and were searching after, sometimes it's only a sentence or two of words who says something about it but if you are looking closely you will find them...
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