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The characters were very likable, the pacing kept me interested, and the twists and turns were suspenseful.
With all the twists and turns it's honestly really hard to explain the story without giving everything away and I really want everyone to be surprised just as I was!
This is a very cleverly written story that seamlessly meshes the two genres of paranormal mystery and sci-fi dystopia.
I paused mid-way through reading this book, not because it was bad, but because I had to go online to immediately buy book two in the series. Read morePublished 2 months ago by D. Kennedy
I enjoyed this book and as the authors first novel I think she did a wonderful job.
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I like the concept of this book, but it left little to my imagination. I enjoy novels that keep me guessing, and I have a hard time putting them down. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Kindle Customer
Stitch, Book 1 in the Stitch Trilogy, begins life as a good ghost story. Alessa Khole, a freshman at Eastern State University, is living in an old house that is the Zeta Epsilon Pi... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Karen Siddall
I read this book as part of the 'What Tomorrow May Bring' anthology. At first i was really confused, what was a paranormal story doing in the middle of a dystopian set?? Read morePublished 4 months ago by Amazon Customer
After reading this I called everyone I knew to read this book. Unexpected is the word of the day. Samantha is so creative and what I loved the most about it is, this is a whole... Read morePublished 4 months ago by SCole
I received a free copy of this book (included in the boxset "What Tomorrow May Bring") in exchange for an honest review.
WOW, what an amazing read! Read more
I liked the book, I just wish that we could of seen a little more action. I will defiantly read Shudder.Published 5 months ago by Necole
I'll start with the positives - I liked this enough to write a review. I added the second book to my wishlist. I read this in one day... Read morePublished 5 months ago by April Hesler