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Friday, October 30

Review: Invisible I Amanda Project by Stella Lennon



Title: The Amanda Project Invisible I
By Stella Lennon
Reading Level: Young Adult (Ages 12 and Up)
Release Date: 09/22/2009
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Book Description:
Amanda Valentino changed everything.
Callie Leary has exactly one thing, and one thing only, in common with Nia Rivera and Hal Bennett: They were each chosen by Amanda to be her guide. When Amanda arrived at Endeavor High, she told Callie she moves around a lot and always picks one person to help her navigate the choppy waters of a new school. Why did Amanda lie?

Following a course that they suspect Amanda deliberately plotted, Callie, Nia, and Hal piece together some cryptic clues. But they find more questions than answers and quickly realize that before they can figure out what happened to Amanda—the girl who changed their lives—they'll need to solve the most important mystery of all: Who is Amanda Valentino?




The Amanda Project is a good story, and I believe even better for the younger generations. Being a huge fan of YA books I found myself surprised when I become bored in this book. The storyline was a great story, but it just did not hold my attention. I surprisingly finished this story, but only after struggling half of the book.
I will not be reading any more of this series. If you are in middle school or high school this is the book for you. If you are a lover of YA books, but are older this unfortunately may not hold your attention.

Additional Note: Harperteen has created a interactive world that takes you far beyond the book. Check out the website for more information HERE.

**Special Thanks to Harper Teen for the Review Copy of this book.

2 comments:

Jenn (Books At Midnight) said...

Hm, sounds intriguing. Thank you for the honest review! :)

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