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Saturday, September 15, 2012

REVIEW: Starcrossed by Josephine Angelini

Title: Starcrossed
Author: Josephine Angelini
Series: Starcrossed
Series #: 1
Pages: 512


Helen Hamilton has spent her entire sixteen years trying to hide how different she is—now it's getting harder. She's having nightmares of a desperate desert journey, visions of three women weeping tears of blood. And why is she possessed by the sudden, unstoppable urge to kill the handsome new boy in school, Lucas Delos?
A love written in the stars . . .
A feud started in ancient Greece . . .
A curse not even the gods can break.

Selena's POV:
I felt really let down after I finished this book. I actually thought it was going to be really amazing and all, but it wasn't; not to me at least.

Helen is any normal girl you can find at school. She has a regular life like every regular kid. But she starts getting these really weird dreams, and doesn't know what or who they are about.

Then, once the new boy in school, Lucas, shows up in school, she starts getting this urge to kill him. She attacked him at school, but he fought against her. She doesn't know why she had the urge to kill him.

After that, Helen starts to seek to solve a mystery she never thought was possible for her. She starts to discover what she is, who she is, and how she became that way.

Overall, this book was okay. I just thought it was dragging too much, and that everything was a bit too cocky. If you love & adore this book, I totally respect that! Every bookieholic has different views on different books. ( :

I might read the next book, but it's a very small chance right now that I will read it.

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