Untouched - Robert J. Crane Reviews
Description:ISBN 1479140023 / Paperback: 234 pages / Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform / Published: 21 Aug 2012 / Language: English
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Robert J. Crane Untouched: The Girl in the Box, Book 2
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by - written on 02/09/13, updated on 02/09/13 (Very useful, 44 readings)
***Why I wanted this book?*** After reading the first book of Robert J. Crane called Alone, which is in the series of The Girl in the Box that is urban supernatural book I wanted to read the second part of the book (there are seven parts all together) and carry on the story that I was hooked on. I thought The Girl in the Box series would not interest me in the slightest but I find I cannot put them down and now I have read one and two I want to carry on until the end. ***About the Book*** Untouched follows the main character Sienna Nealon through her world of being a meta (super human). Finding out her powers, other metas and their ... Read the complete review
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