Books: 6 | Review: 0 | Avg rating: 3.94
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Carrie Ryan

3.79 of 5 Votes: 3
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Books by Carrie Ryan
Pobrežie hrôzy (2011)
3.93 of 5 Votes: 5
*Actual rating is a 3.5*I really loved The Forest of Hands and Teeth. It is entirely different from anything I've ever read and I found myself swept up in the intricate world of the Unconsecrated and those who fought to survive.I expected to like this book as much as the first one. Quality-wise, ...
Temné diery (2012)
4.05 of 5 Votes: 5
Why does every book always have to end in a happy ending? For real...it's not realistic and entirely annoying. The world is overrun by zombies yet you somehow have all the supplies you need to make an escape and your captors are not able to catch you. Everything is just perfectly in place to make...
The Dark and Hollow Places (The Forest of Hands and Teeth, #3) (2011)
4.05 of 5 Votes: 3
This was probably my favorite book of the series. I really liked Annah's personality at times and sometimes I hated it but I really enjoyed having the book in her point of view. Is it just me or did Gabry go through some pretty quick character development or did the author forget her portrayed pe...
Hare Moon (2000)
3.67 of 5 Votes: 4
I appreciate seeing a bit into Tabitha's past and understanding why she's as cold-hearted as she was. The ending even makes sense, and explains why she's so rigid with rules later in life. But she doesn't seem fleshed out in the beginning, or her romance. People just have attraction, she doesn't ...
Infinity Ring Book 2: Divide and Conquer (2012)
3.96 of 5 Votes: 2
Infinity Ring Divide and Conquer was a great book. It is the 2d book in the Infinity Ring series. In this book Sara, Dak, and Riq use the infinity ring (a time traveling ring) and go back to the war between the Vikings and Paris. While Dak is captured by the Vikings and forced to work for them Sa...
Infinity Ring #2 Divide and Conquer (2012)
3.96 of 5 Votes: 2
Better continuity than the first book but it makes the same references to something from the French Revolution which is never explained in either the first or second book. It leaves a gap that really needed to be explained.I do find it interesting that different authors are used for each book. ...
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