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"Gaia Moore is brilliant and beautiful. She's trained in three kinds of martial arts, has a reflux speed that's off the charts, and can break codes in four languages. She's also missing the fear gene. All Gaia wants is to be like everyone else. Instead, she's left wondering about her past, her missing family--and the unavailable boy she's falling for. But everything changes when she learns that someone is hunting her down for her special skills, and they'll do anything to get to her"--P. [4] of cover.
Publisher: New York : Simon Pulse, 2012.
Edition: Simon Pulse pbk. ed.
ISBN: 9781442446311
Characteristics: 585 p. ;,21 cm.


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clumene Sep 16, 2014

it's a little confusing at first, because the writing method is different from what i usually read. so the first chapters where confusing, since every now and then it felt like a diary entry or an inside to one of the characters' thoughts.

Jun 19, 2014

Such a gripping story to the cover and end! some content not good for kids though.

Apr 28, 2013

Parents and teachers, this is a really good read. If you want your child or student to get into reading for themselves and out of enjoyment this is the book to give them. This book does have violence, sex, and harsh language but it makes for a read for a good read for young adults. Pascal pulls you in with her characters and keeps your attention. She makes you feel as if you are in the story yourself and you're watching the action take place, she connects you with her main character, Gaia. I would recommend this to mature teenages and youung adults.

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Demigod4Ever Oct 15, 2014

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Apr 28, 2013

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Apr 28, 2013

Gaia is a girl who was born without fear so when situations arise she rises to the occasion. A teenager who was raised by a spy and trained well, she is smarter than the average teenager and antisocial and has a lot of people after her, little does she know. With her father abandoning her and the move will this great change be in Gaia's favor or will her luck finally run out?


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Apr 28, 2013

"Do you know what hell is? I do. It's not fire and brimstone. Not for me, anyways....It's seeing your father-a man you believe was a superhero-for the first time after five long years only to discover he was a dishonorable creek show all along."


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