This second book is pure young adult addiction. I love losing myself in a stupendous YA read and this series is it! Questions, mystery and tons of teenage angst! I have no idea where this series is going to go and I can’t wait to find out!
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Knowing You (Cursed #2) by Rebecca Donovan
Release Date: June 27, 2018
Genre: Young Adult
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|I love these teens! The angst is off the charts, their maturity is amazing and this one has me questioning everything!
I completely devoured this read and need the next book cause even though I picked it apart…I can’t solve the mystery! I love, love Lana! She’s spunky and smart, full of dedication to the people she feels she needs to protect.
There’s a whole group of kids to love here! Someone is set on her destruction, showing her the truth and there’s something up with this school..it’s seriously creepy. I need answers…so many answers and this read played like a perfect TV series in my head.
A young adult read that had me smiling at some of the sweetness of Grant, page turning to solve the mystery and on the edge of my seat piecing the clues together. It’s a elaborate game of Clue and I need to check off some more boxes before I can put it all together!
I can’t wait for the next read!
Under suspicion for a crime she watched him commit, Lana will pay for her silence. Her new lawyer strikes a deal, sending her to a boarding school in Vermont. It’s supposed to be a second chance. An escape from a dead-end life in Sherling. Except Lana doesn’t want to leave those who depend on her behind.
Lana is convinced she has nothing in common with the sons and daughters of celebrities and politicians who attend Blackwood School. But she soon finds out, that they’re all delinquents… just like her. Theirs is a world of contrived headlines and publicity facades, and Lana’s unabated honesty is a keen contrast to their lie-filled lives. She finds herself with new friends, just by telling the truth.
But not everyone is welcoming. Someone is out to destroy Lana, and she has no idea why. The longer she stays at Blackwood, the more dangerous it becomes for her and everyone she cares about. And it will only get worse when Lana discovers the truth.
“If I tell you, they won’t come true.” I stuff a mound of cake into my mouth.
Lily releases a small tinkling laugh. “Do you believe that?”
“Do you believe they’ll come true at all, no matter if I say them out loud or not?”
“I think we always receive what we deserve, and belief has very little to do with it. It has more to do with our character, and how that balances out on the scales of good and evil. Can’t have one without the other, right?”
I look at her curiously. “But isn’t good always supposed to win in the end?” I can barely function, forget about contemplate karmic balance. And we’re going down a strange and windy path right now. Because I know good doesn’t always win.
Optimism seeps from every pore of my body. I truly believe that what’s supposed to happen… will! In that regard, I don’t know how to give up; it’s not part of my biological make up.
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