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As Dead as it Gets (Bad Girls Don't Die series Book 3) Kindle Edition

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Length: 453 pages Age Level: 10 - 14 Grade Level: 7 - 17

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About the Author

Katie Alender, the author of the Bad Girls Don't Die series, is a graduate of the Florida State University Film School. When she's not writing novels, she can usually be found in her sewing room, making things for her friends or her dog (or her friends' dogs). She also enjoys reading, eating delicious high-calorie foods, and hanging out at home in Los Angeles with her husband and her very spoiled Cavalier King Charles spaniel, Winston.

Visit her website and blog at http://katiealender.com

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Katie Alender was born and raised in Florida with her three siblings. She attended an arts high school, focusing on writing and video production, and continued her education at Florida State University, majoring in Film. She currently lives with her husband (her college sweetheart) and her Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Winston, in Los Angeles, CA, where she works as a freelance producer/writer. For several years, she produced televised dog shows, and she can probably tell you more about dogs than you would ever want to know. When she's not working, she can usually be found at her sewing machine, making quilts and other gifts for friends and readers.

Katie's first brush with publication came in 1991, when her article "So You Want to Live On Mars?" was published in Sassy Magazine's Reader Produced Issue. She loves dogs, the color red, good food, practicing yoga (emphasis on "practicing"), hanging out with her friends, and (of course) reading. She is a Gemini and would probably be a Ravenclaw if she went to Hogwarts. Her favorite authors include Amy Tan, Paula Danziger, Jane Austen, and Stephen King.

"Bad Girls Don't Die" is her first book.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Abby on September 21, 2012
Format: Kindle Edition
This is and amazing book!!! A follow up to the last two, this one is scarier than the others. Alexis's true colors start to show. Loved it!!! I shall never sleep again :)
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mom of Awesome on November 10, 2012
Format: Hardcover
After reading the first book in this series, I wondered how it was going to be possible to continue without the same story over and over again. That is definitely NOT the case with this series. Every book is different while staying with the same paranormal theme. This one was by far my favorite.

Girls that Alexis knows start disappearing and ending up dead. She is also looking like the main suspect thanks to the not so friendly ghost of her old frenemy Lydia. But Lydia swears that it isn't her causing all of the ruckus. Now Alexis is on the hunt to find out why these girls are being murdered and why whoever is doing it wants it to look like she's the bad guy! The story is addicting and the end will surprise you! I don't think it could have ended any better, actually. I don't know if there will be another one, but if there is I will be waiting!

I've probably said this already but Katie Alender is one of my favorite authors now. The ONLY thing I don't like about these books are the covers, but even the first cover is what caused me to pick it up in the first place. They don't make sense in the beginning but then after you read them you completely understand the meaning behind them. I loved this series, and I'm sure you will too!
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 29, 2013
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I love this book so much I got a feeling of hope and sorrow but most of all I could really relate to the characters in the books. I felt Alexis pain of being an outcast, because I am. But I love how at the end she became the best she could be and that's a lesson we all have to learn.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Deanna on May 19, 2014
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Am I the only one who disliked this book, in contrast to the other two? It was underwhelming, and was chaotic and all over the place.

As Dead as It Gets takes place right after the events of book 2. Alexis Warren can now see dead people, including Lydia Small (who had died three months ago, in the second book). This causes her to give up her hobby of taking photos.

Now that Carter Blume has broken up with her, and has started dating some girl on the student counsel, Alexis has moved on and started dating Jared (in my opinion, Jared was really sweet and lovable character in the last book), while still pining for Carter.

Girls are disappearing and two of them have been found dead so far. Every time a girl disappears, Alexis keeps on finding yellow roses.

What I really enjoyed in the past two books have been Alexis' dynamic relationship with her sister Kasey, Carter, and her best friend, Megan Wiley.

In this book, we get to see none of that.

Megan and Alexis' relationship is strained due to Megan's wanting to not be associated with the paranormals anymore. She evens gives Alexis an ultimatum when it comes to their friendship: to give up the paranormals and come to her seminars (full of people from cult worshipers to other random extents) held by a man hellbent on preaching people to give up their ways.
Megan was an amazing character in the first book, and while she wasn't as involved in the second, I had hoped that she'd at least be a pivotal character in the third book (since things have returned to normal after the events of the second book). It didn't.

Carter had decided to take a break from Alexis in the second book, and has moved on.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By His Girl on February 20, 2013
Format: Hardcover
After reading the first book in this series, I was hooked, as I might have mentioned earlier. All the books in this series were captivationg and amazing. There was never a boring moment in any of the books. MUST READ. One of my favorite series!

Girls that Alexis knows start disappearing and ending up dead. She is also looking like the main suspect thanks to the not so friendly ghost of her old frenemy Lydia. But Lydia swears that it isn't her. Now Alexis is on the hunt to find out why these girls are being murdered and why whoever is doing it wants it to look like she's the bad guy! This story ending will surprise you! I don't think it could have ended any better, honestly. I don't know if there will be another one, but if there is I'm waiting.
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By Laura Barthol on April 26, 2014
Format: Paperback
Katie Alender has done it once again... blown my mind. She has an amazing gift and this book is probably the best one in the series. (though i couldn't tell because they are so fudging good) I like how Lydia Small is put into this book, and it is just plain awesome that even though she dies in From Bad To Cursed... You can't Kill Lydia Small. (TAKE THAT VERONICA ROTH!!!!!) she comes back, and though she is sort of evil in the beggining... She manages to find a way to help Alexis Warren defeat a poltergest... which from all the things I've seen and read, are hard to kill.
I like how all the killings (though they are sad) are fully revenged in the end (did i use that correctly?) and though Jared Elkins dies... his character is really sweet and kind in the beginning... and I like that about him. Alexis Warren gets Carter back (man i was really hoping for that) and everything ends well. Poor Elliott was fulfilled in her life when Marley and Chad come to sit by Alexis in the end... and that's what I like most about the book. Elliott was one of my favorite people in the book... so I was really glad when her death was revenged.
Lastly, I like how Alexis was able to confront her boyfriend Jared, and even though she had to push him off a cliff in the end, it was one of those I-punched-a-werewolf-in-the-face moments (my favorite part of twilight) and i can't even think of any bad things to say about this book. I enjoyed and I hope everyone else will too.
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