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An incredibly rich book...Anderson's writing is effortless and compelling...complex, deep and wonderfully written. Birmingham Post An incredibly rich book that is packed with mystery and hints of paranormal... Effortless and compelling. Birmingham Post Completely unlike any teen novel you've read. SugarScape I'm a huge fan of teenage and genre-busting books like Ultraviolet. Derby Telegraph --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
R. J. Anderson isn't trying to hide that she's female, she just thinks initials look cool. According to her mother she started reading spontaneously at the age of two; all she knows is that she can't remember a single moment of her life when she wasn't obsessed with stories. She grew up reading C. S. Lewis and J. R. R. Tolkien, watching Doctor Who from behind the sofa, and hanging out in her brothers' comic book shop. By the age of nineteen she had written her first novel, an epic fantasy/SF crossover featuring a spacefaring librarian, a herd of unicorns with poison horns and razor-sharp hooves, and a sword-wielding princess cursed with fatal beauty. Mercifully, Ultraviolet is not that novel.
I really liked this book, yet I find it somewhat difficult to decide on a rating... The premise of the story is interesting, as is the dreamlike feel to it... Read morePublished 27 days ago by Rikke Lerche
The characters were so poorly developed. The author *tells* the story through dialogue as no reader could predict the ridiculous action. Totally unlikable main character. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Corrina Milito
An amazing insight to all of our deepest darkest fears. Who wants to be labeled as "crazy"? This story transports the reader into the very life of a girl who struggles with... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michelle Carrell
I had such an incredibly hard time writing a review for this. There are so many things I want to say about it, but the words just wouldn't come. Read more
The first 75% of the book is quite and what keep you going is the question "what the he'll is really happening here? I don't really mind slow book but this book, OMG! Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Ordered this book for my daughter. Arrived on time as described.Published 10 months ago by Courtney H.
Loved this. Bought it for my daughter then became so engrossed in it I had to finish it.Published 10 months ago by Karen Sider
Ultraviolet was quite a trip. At first I thought they’d gone a little overboard with the extent of Alison’s synesthesia and types of synesthesia, but I was quickly proven wrong. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Kelley (Oh, the Books!)
Most of this book is an interesting foray into being committed into care and trying to navigate what is real and what happened. Read morePublished 12 months ago by K. Peterson