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Toxic Part One (Celestra Series Book 7) by [Moore, Addison]
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Length: 366 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
Page Flip: Enabled Age Level: 12 - 18 Grade Level: 7 - 12

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About the Author

Addison Moore is a New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author who writes contemporary and paranormal romance. Previously she worked as a therapist on a locked psychiatric unit for nearly a decade. She resides on the West Coast with her husband, four wonderful children and two dogs where she eats too much chocolate and stays up way too late. When she's not writing, she's reading.

Product Details

  • File Size: 963 KB
  • Print Length: 366 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1519362919
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Addison Moore Publishing (October 7, 2012)
  • Publication Date: October 7, 2012
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0983478287
  • ISBN-13: 978-0983478287
  • ASIN: B009N7OVTW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Word Wise: Enabled
  • Lending: Not Enabled
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #239,201 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Highly disappointed in this book. There just does not seem to be accurate words to describe how much Addison's writing style has changed. I felt very lost at times during this book. I have to admit that I did not finish. =( I made it to 67% and gave up.

The book is all over the place, and hard to follow. I think she really tried to take the series to a new level, but unfortunately she failed for me. I also think due to all that goes on with the series, her spacing the books out so far, is a hindrance for the reader. So sorry Addison, but you dropped the ball this time, I have no desire to finish the series. I also have to agree with another review, lots of loose ends to tie up.
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By Marie on November 2, 2012
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First this author has talent and lots of it. I liked the first books immensely, then after book 4 it just becomes way overdone. I mean come on how many times are you going to beat a dog when it is down! No enemies die there numbers just increase. It's hard to believe Skyla is anyone's hope. I hate the way females are represented in these books.Not to mention any parents that are depicted. The whole put her on pysche drugs when she has a mom who is into researching everything and doing things natural insist she takes drugs that could kill her (actually even promoting that was sick). I have a hard time believing this will be made into a movie.If it is the story will have to be changed so much for it to be any kind of success. I hate this whole let's pass Skyla around to every male to solve some problem. I am to the point I think all the males in her life should be dropped and a new one that doesn't want to use her or force her on someone else while demanding she feels nothing for them. Ecspecially Logan and Gage, every time she's finally with one of them and things are okay the guy she's with insist she talks with the other one, which just screws her up and then the guys get upset, there is now way to win there. The only one who seems to be honest is Marshall, he's been upfront from the beginning what he wants to use her for.I realise at this point the author is just filling the books with junk to draw out the series in an effort to make money, I just don't know how ethical that is and what sort of karma is coming back around because of that.I also think the author is a little irresponsible with the whole let the boys have sex at home and get girls pregnant. I'm not sure that should be promoted to the YA market like yeah this is how life is!
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TOXIC Part One (Celestra Series #7) by Addison Moore

TOXIC is the next to last instalment in Addison Moore's Celestra series. I am not sure where to begin. I have both enjoyed and been disheartened by this series. The premise is interesting-a young girl who would be the savior in a centuries old war between good and evil, but apparently no one is willing to tell her what she is to do or how to do it. So, along the way she comes up against impossible odds, and throws everyone into a war that the Celestra are quickly losing. Without guidance, Skyla flounders in what can only be described as `teens gone wild' movie premise, as she tries to convince the others they have the wrong girl.

Skyla Messenger is back in the 7th storyline along with the entire cast of Counts, Fems, Celestra, mean girls and love starved teens and yet the storyline doesn't really progress any further along than the previous book. Skyla is still in love with Gage, Logan and Marshall, and they too, are in love with her. The angst of this particular love nest is pushing my proverbial button. I am not sure how Addison will be able to justify the eventual pairing because throughout the series each love interest has either tried to kill, killed or hurt the object of their affection more than once. As the dueling cousins, Gage and Logan are at the top of the love food chain, but each has hurt Skyla with their twisted attempts to both save and guard the young woman who is destined to rule the Celestra kingdom. And Marshall, although appearing to be a pervy old man, comes across as her knight in shining armor albeit with an ulterior motive. And I am not sure whether his motives are necessarily altruistic or something else.
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I am so caught up in this series that I find myself waiting to see what Skyla and her entourage are up to all the time. It is almost like finding your best friends' diary and have been allowed access to the most intimate aspects of her life....but her life before you full of characters you don't know in life, but have become so ingrained into your life that you find yourself literally seeing/feeling/smelling/partaking in their activities. I am glad that I found this series and was able to read from start to finish without wait, but I am actually sad that I am starting the final book. Hopefully, Ms. Moore can find a way to keep the adventures of this group going somehow. It would be interesting to have a prequel where Skyla's mother and father came to be together and a series based on the same group but during Chloe's days, before Skyla's arrival. Please, Ms. Moore, feed us more Logan, Gage, Marshall....even the bitch squad! Eagerly awaiting more....and oh how I will miss my new friends in Paragon.
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