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The hunter becomes the hunted . . . .

West Grayer is done killing. She defeated her Alternate, a twin raised by another family, and proved she's worthy of a future. She's ready to move on with her life.

The Board has other plans. They want her to kill one last time, and offer her a deal worth killing for. But when West recognizes her target as a ghost from her past, she realizes she's in over her head. The Board is lying, and West will have to uncover the truth of the past to secure her future.

How far will the Board go to keep their secrets safe? And how far will West go to save those she loves? With nonstop action and surprising twists, Elsie Chapman's intoxicating sequel to Dualed reveals everything.

Praise for Dualed:

"The kind of book Katniss Everdeen and Jason Bourne would devour." --Andrew Fukuda, author of the Hunt series

"Full of unexpected turns. . . . Fans of the Divergent trilogy will want to read this imaginative tale. " -- VOYA

"A fast ride from first to final pages, Dualed combines action and heart ." --Mindy McGinnis, author of Not a Drop to Drink

" Romance and action fans alike will love it ." --Elana Johnson, author of the Possession series

" Stylish , frenetic, and violent . . . the textual equivalent of a Quentin Tarantino movie." -- Publishers Weekly

"A double dose of intensity and danger in this riveting tale of survival, heartache, and love." --Kasie West, author of Pivot Point

" A fast-paced, wild ride of a book. This thought-provoking survival-of-the-fittest story will leave you breathless for more." --Ellen Oh, author of Prophecy

" Clever suspense --here, stalking is a two-way street." -- Kirkus Reviews
Publisher: New York : Ember, 2015
ISBN: 9780449812983


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Dec 17, 2016

I was not impressed with the first book, Dualed. For one, I didn't care much for the main character, West, and had a hard time identifying with her. For another, and more importantly, the author seemed to neglect any substantial world building that could help the reader understand why Kersh was the way it was.

With that being said, I threw those complaints away when I started to read Divided, trying to wipe the slate clean, as they say. Therefore, ignoring the faults of Dualed, its sequel is okay. West is, at least, easier to like, and the reader feels a little more invested in her having once read about how she overcame the events of Dualed. There are also some answers to the world building dilemma, though not enough in my opinion. I didn't dislike this book as much as its predecessor, but it's nothing to write home about.

Jul 26, 2016

I loved this book! I hope they make movies for this series. It's one of the best books I've ever read! Very exciting with romance that doesn't overpower the story, like some books I've read.


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