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Replay (YA Paranormal) [Kindle Edition]

Keira Lea
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Book Description

Kelsee Lewis has a new school, a prima donna best friend, and one week to write a hit play. Throw in a self-obsessed mom and an absent executive dad, and it’s no wonder she has panic attacks—complete with time-warp special effects. When Kelsee meets comic book maven Quinn, she realizes the attacks give her the ability to rewind time.

Replaying life seems like the best way to erase mistakes. But will second chances leave Kelsee flailing in the orchestra pit alone?

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  • File Size: 558 KB
  • Print Length: 176 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B004WE7F7G
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Lending: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,246,830 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Replay May 18, 2011
By Dani
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
If you could change the past, would you?

Sophomore Kelsee Lewis has been accepted to Dallas's premiere art school, Bonne. A talented playwright, she suddenly finds the herculean task of saving the fledging creative writing program, the one to which she has just been admitted, thrust upon her shoulders. And she only has a week to do it. In addition she's dealing with an emotionally-distant mother, a relationship with a bestie that seems to be dissolving, a crush on the cutest guy in school who just might be interested, a new friendship with a boy who believes in the unbelievable and a series of panic attacks that appear to stop time. With all the new changes and pressures in her life, Kelsee suddenly finds her new ability very useful. But what will changing the past mean for her future?

From the first few pages of Replay I knew I was going to like this book. The combination of the unique screenplay-inspired, "setting the scene" chapter intros and the main character's snarky, imaginative internal monologue made this book memorable and enjoyable. I don't often react audibly to books, but I actually found myself hysterically laughing out loud at some parts. I loved Kelsee. She was a great, engaging, dimensional, ultra-quirky character who just jumped off the page and won me over instantly with her awkward, lovable, SNL-inspired humor. Also, the relationships between Kelsee & her mother and Kelsee & Miranda were well developed and I loved the realizations Kelsee came to regarding these relationships as she came to better know herself throughout the story. What she ultimately does with those realizations is very interesting.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Awesome book May 15, 2011
Format:Kindle Edition
I love witty dialogue and this book has it in spades. The dialogue is witty and natural, the plot/storyline is original, the characters are likeable. There is nothing not to like about this book.

The author's originality shines from the very first page... when you see that it is written sort of like a play script. It adds a certain flair to this book that you don't usually see.

Overall, I recommend this book to anyone. It's a nice break from the usual paranormal fare of vampires/werewolves. I look forward to seeing much more of Ms. Lea in the future.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Chronogirl rocks July 9, 2011
By vvb
Format:Kindle Edition
Very enjoyable coming of age kind of story including coming of special abilities. The time travel element worked for me and kept me interested to the end. I look forward to book two to see how the characters progress.

I also liked the introduction to play writing and theatre production. Got to see aspects all around that are involved in a school play.

The style and format of the book helped with the ambiance. Instead of chapter headings, acts and scenes prefaced the chapters which created a sense of reading a script.

A few references to 80s movies were a treat to see as well ;-D
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3.0 out of 5 stars A review for adults July 5, 2012
Format:Kindle Edition|Verified Purchase
As an adult, I occasionally read YA books because I find them fresh and largely free of cynicism, graphic sex and needless violence. Also, it's fun to relive those days without actually, well, reliving them. This book was no exception. The book was fun; written in a breezy first-person narrative. I won't describe the plot, as others have already done so. I have read the preceding reviews, and I don't have a quibble with them.

However. The paranormal aspect of the novel feels tacked on. Kelsee is suffering from classic anxiety attacks, but about a third of the way through the book, she realizes they're not anxiety attacks, they're the ability to manipulate time. I had downloaded this book to my Kindle weeks before and had forgotten it was supposed to be paranormal. The shift took me completely by surprise, mainly because the author had not prepared me for it. It was as if she got bored with her own writing and wanted to pump it up.

At the beginning of the book, Kelsee's mother is portrayed in a very negative light. She is almost a caricature: overbearing, egotistical, annoying. After Kelsee's realization of her power, the mother is more realistically drawn--she is now seen to be hurting by Kelsee's preference for her father, and still smarting from the divorce. This also feels like a weird change. I'd almost bet the author put the book down for a while, then came back, and instead of starting over, wrote a different kind of novel (a better one) for the last two-thirds of the book. Then, at the end of the novel another twist is added in which seems like another tacked on bit, probably suggested by the publisher in case they wanted to add sequels.
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