The Unbecoming Of Mara Dyer (2011)
The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer (2011)
4.12 of 5 Votes: 4
Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers
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I had high expectations on this book, The cover looks enticing and most of my friends gave 4 or 5 stars but I didnt find something else that would make me run to my mom or scream. I am easily scared but I never felt creeped out even once. The first pages were good, mentioning a quija board is creepy, but I think it needed follow up. Many things aren't clear to me. I hope I will find more on the second book.I liked Mara when she saved Mabel. She took pity on the dog even though it's dirty, emaciated and probably has mange.The Spanish teacher made my blood boil and what happened to her maybe too much but just suits her! I enjoyed Mara and Noah's exchange of witty lines and Noah having a floor to ceiling shelf made me fall for him. Actually characters who have a great and diverse collection of books always impress me! This book was amazing. It was by far my favorite book and I'm really not much of a reader but I read this in three days and absolutely fell in love. It's written from a perspective of a 17 year old girl who moves to a private school and it is really cool because I can relate to all the characters. I would not recommend reading this if your younger than 13 because there is some more mature language and gory details. I would defiantly recommend this to my friends and any girls above the age of 13.
I love the book but it's a bit confusing because sometimes I don't know what is real.
Mysterious, dark, romantic and thrilling. I love it and can't wait to devour more.
woah good ending, I did not see that coming!
Oh my gosh, the fucking ending
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