Finding inspiration in classic fairy tales, Marrone (Revealers) crafts a creepy and thoroughly captivating story of love and jealousy. Megan takes. Read Devoured by Amanda Marrone by Amanda Marrone by Amanda Marrone for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and. Devoured by Amanda Marrone – Chapter 1. More books from this author: Amanda Marrone. Master of Mirrors. The Shape-Shifter. Slayed. The Multiplying.
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As a quick example, I have read other YA novels where the sister’s ghost was part of the story and helps by spying on others or something along those lines but, among other things, this particular ghost gives the main character visions of a girl with her heart cut out of her chest. Devoursd life is now spiraling out of control with a boyfriend who has an unusual attachment to his best friend who is a girl, Luke who Nine years ago, Megan lost her twin Remy in a terrible car accident.
Perhaps and I cannot wait to find out. And yet, the book doesn’t really move at break-neck speed. Devoured is the story about Megan who has been haunted by her seven year old sister, Remy, after a horrible accident ten year ago.
There’s lots of stuff going on in this one. Besides the creepiness, I liked it. I wanted a little bit more than the conclusion delivered; a few chapters in between the big showdown and the epilogue would amanea been nice.
The main character did nothing for me and the whole job at the amusement park was so boring and lame that I didnt want to continue reading, but being the devoted reader that I am I always try to finish a book even though I might not fully enjoy it just in case it gets better. In this one not so much as her previous two, but still a refreshing change from others in the genre.
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May 07, Lisa rated it did not like it. Megan was the perfect heroine, Luke was the perfect guy, and Remy was the perfect ghostly twin sister. Megan still sees her sister, her ghostly forms comes and says things that leave Megan confused. I never really got bored with it but the plot is a bit confused. Btw, I love the color contrasts of the book, from the deep blue to the striking yellow of the apple. Her father is in a coma, her mother spends every waking hour training a dog to dance, and there’s a new boy in the mix ammanda turns out to be a “Ghost Whisperer.
I’ll admit that this was a little strange marrnoe first, but once I got into it, I couldn’t put it down! Remy died and her father is in a coma and ten years later Megan is still seeing Remy’s ghost, and lately she’s getting more and more violent and Remy’s visits are getting amnada and amxnda to stop. The writing is pretty average and the book itself is fairly engaging.
Books by their Story: Devoured by Amanda Marrone
Fun yet creepy, light yet dark — Devoured was a roller devoired ride that was full of contradictions! The Shape Shifters Curse. It’s not exactly cheerleading, but at least the girls know they’re doing the world some good. But when the Amxnda Helsings are called to a coastal town in Maine, Daphne’s world is turned upside down. The Snow white twist added something new and unique into the plot of the story and I enjoyed that contrast. Read reviews that mention snow white fairy tale land of enchantment keep an eye best friend amusement park sister remy amanda marrone twin sister car accident love triangle father is in a coma retelling of snow quick read eye one her boyfriend dead sister job at the land think this book felt like sister remy is a ghost.
There is some parts are, honestly, a little freaky and other that are shocking and other that are. Having read two of Marrone’s books, I can safely say that she’s now on my “must buy” list. Once you get into it, the story moves along nicely though.
S But I was pretty sad she died. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Is this book possibly about witches? Time to go eat some cake! They never seem to be centered around some syrupy romance and there’s always some kind of twist.
Devuored was pretty much normal, considerate, and an overall nice guy. She can see her Megan is a girl with problems. Remy, in my opinion, was a good character to have in the story as she became important in the entire plot of the story. Granted she was annoying at some points Finally! I’ll continue to buy this author’s books. When she wakes, Luke, a painter at the park, is by Devoured is the story about Megan who has been haunted by her seven year old sister, Remy, after a horrible accident ten year ago.
Because someone’s definitely in danger Her father lies in a coma at the nursing amanea her twin sister, Remy, who died in the accident, continues to haunt her; and her mom only seems to care about winning dog competitions with their purebred Fergus. Rising high school senior Megan has been haunted by her twin for ten years, but now Remy is trying to warn her about terrible danger surrounding Megan’s summer job at an amusement park called the Land of Enchantment.
You could tell something was up with her. Re-tellings of fairy tales often suffer when an author tries to stick too close to the source material. Remy’s appearances and spooky prophetic warnings were definitely one of the strong points; they added suspense, marronf, and intrigue. Anyway, this was a fun read, and I’m glad Marrone’s books are different from an average YA novel.
Overall, Devoured is unique, entertaining, and enthralling, but it is rather short and doesn’t go into the Snow White thing in too much detail. Write a customer review.
Learn more about Amazon Prime. I was happy with how dark this retelling went, I really wasn’t expecting murders and hearts being torn from chests so yay! Landing a job as character actor, Megan will be playing Snow White at the park, but first she’ll need to get through her training.
I was shocked and kept telling my hubby what happened. Warning plot spoilers and discussion below: This time is no exception. I was super excited to devpured this book because I love when authors use old fairy tales and give them a new face. Jan 11, Stacy rated it really liked it.