The Girl Who Would Be King
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Separated by thousands of miles, two young women are about to realize the extraordinary powers which bind their lives together in ways they can't begin to understand.
Protecting others. Maintaining order. Being good. These are important things for Bonnie Braverman, even if she doesn't understand why. Confined to a group home since she survived the car accident that killed her parents, Bonnie has lived her life in self-imposed isolation and silence; but when an opportunity presents itself to help another in need, Bonnie has to decide whether to actually use the power she has long suspected she has.
Across the country, Lola LeFever is inheriting her own power by sending her mother over a cliff...literally. For Lola the only thing that matters is power; getting it, taking it, and eliminating anyone who gets in her way. With nothing to hold her back from the world, Lola sets off to test her own powers on anyone unfortunate enough to cross her.
And now they're about to meet.
So Good I Read It Twice
This book was so entertaining and well written. What I love most about this book is the equal development of both the protagonist and antagonist. Their heroic and evil development is gradual and meaningful. Such a great read. I fully recommend it. Would love to see this as a movie.
An excellent read
Really well done, and highly engaging. The characters are nicely opposed, the powers believably implemented. I enjoyed it greatly.
Easily the best book I've ever read
- Category: Sci-Fi & Fantasy
- Published: Oct 18, 2012
- Publisher: 1979 Semi-Finalist, Inc.
- Seller: Lulu Enterprises, Inc.
- Print Length: 579 Pages
- Language: English