Essentially a step up from the Braille-only books, these are simply the former with the printed text no pictures or illustrations on the left page and the accompanying Braille text on the right page.
When I first started to review young adult horror, author Amelia Atwater-Rhodes's name came up as a must read author for teens.
The second follows Bliss, who finds herself sharing her body with her father who is Lucifer, as she desperately tries to get help.
Adult readers may also enjoy Amelia Atwater-Rhodes' books.
This book will appeal to a wide YA audience, as well as many adults.
Once a young girl captured by the vampires, Turquoise must deal with her tormented past and face her old vampire master in order to complete her mission.
Marked is heavy-handed at times in its enthusiastic presentation of goddess-based religions, while god-based religions are represented as intolerant.
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No wonder the place is so weird.
The Blue Bloods series is better written than the Vampire Beach books, with a stronger plot and better character development.
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Something big is about to go down, and the paranormal happenings are revving up.
Cal has to track courage for homosexuals all of his former girlfriends and the girl who had infected him, while dealing with his feelings for Lace, a journalism student that he meets during his search.
Beautiful, intelligent, and with superhuman abilities, she lives among humans incognito.
The first title, Witches of East Endwill be coming out in the summer of
Dangerous girls by SteinR.
The reader shares in Franklin's trials and triumphs and gains marvelous insights into the business of being a child.