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Reap by Christina Channelle
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This review is really hard to go in length about because I would be revealing spoilers but I will attempt! Reap is a one of a kind novella! It is extremely addicting and opens the doors up to a great series. My only problem with Reap was the length, I wanted it to be much longer. Novellas, Novellas, Novellas! The book begins with “Mia” waking up of sorts. You spend almost the entire novel in limbo because she has no idea who she is and you don’t really find out anything about her until the last few chapters. This aspect made it a bit confusing at first but the writing is really so good that all the kinks are smoothed out. The writings draws you in from the first page to the last. The book is broken down into three parts her not knowing who she is, starting to remember her old life, and then finally everything comes back to her! I thought that was really clever. Mia is a really likable character and I immediately wanted her to be with Dante. However, it is hard to fall in love with someone when you don’t even know yourself.I would recommend this book to any YA lovers. There is a hint of paranormal, though it doesn’t happen until the very end. I have a hunch that the rest of the series will be more paranormal based. My last question for you is do you believe that true love will always find it’s way?

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November 1, 2013 – Shelved
November 1, 2013 – Shelved as: 2013-read-books
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