Splintered (Splintered Series #1) : Splintered Book One
Alas for Howard, she published the book in , and this particular party was pretty much over by , but honestly it does not appear to have hurt her sales.
Writer of Wrongs: Review: Unhinged by A.G. Howard
Here we go: Sign up for more newsletters here. I also had a fluctuating love and hate for Morpheus. I saw that he had feelings for her and that they shared a connection, but I never thought it would go further than that. I could point out the way mental illness is sensationalized for a bit of drama and Alyssa's mother is just put in a straitjacket and wheeled off to a padded cell, even though straitjackets and padded cells haven't been used much since the introduction of psychotropic drugs in the s and especially not for someone in her This book literally made my jaw drop.
Sure, she's dating your best friend aka the guy you like, but that's no reason to be a bitch to her. S I sure wish now that I'd taken the blue pill and not read this book Pages and Panels: Look, I should have known. She was selfish enough to want to marry Tommy and give birth to a daughter, knew the consequences of that all.
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Unlock the Secrets to Splintered: Characters
I wasn't exactly thrilled with him having so much say in the matter. Since Alyssa's a virgin and this is a detail that's repeatedly expounded upon by Jeb , he decides he's too much of a bad boy for her and doesn't want to spoil her innocence. My favorite part of this book Buy this book on: It side-stepped a lot of the cliches, I thought, and the premise is just so incredibly interesting that it was impossible for me to not fall head-over-heels for it.
Book no. Splintered (A.G. Howard) Tanya's
Should I continue this book? The darker descriptions and original characters smoothly cover and re create a unique world even greater than that of Alice and Wonderland!
It made it hard for me to even finish it. This book would never happen, because he wouldn't let her do a single thing that he personally didn't consider "safe".