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The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer Mara Dyer Doesn T Think Life Can Get Any Stranger Than Waking Up In A Hospital With No Memory Of How She Got There It CanShe Believes There Must Be To The Accident She Can T Remember That Killed Her Friends And Left Her Mysteriously Unharmed There IsShe Doesn T Believe That After Everything She S Been Through, She Can Fall In Love She S Wrong

About the Author: Michelle Hodkin

Michelle Hodkin is the author of the Mara Dyer Trilogy, which was a New York Times, USA Today, and Publishers Weekly bestselling series The trilogy, which includes The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer, The Evolution of Mara Dyer, and The Retribution of Mara Dyer, was described as haunting and dreamlike by Cassandra Clare and darkly funny, deliciously creepy, and genuinely thoughtful by Veronica Roth.

10 thoughts on “The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer

  1. says:

    Warning this review contains flashing gifs and foul language.I ve spent two years avoiding this book I remember in 2011 when I stumbled across that exciting GR description and pretty if slightly creepy and discomfiting cover, but my initial curiosity was quickly dampened by the reviews from my trusted goodreads friends And for nearly two years, I have listened My intentions were to never give this book series another thought,

  2. says:

    Well, let me get this out of the way The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer has nothing whatsoever in common with The Adoration of Jenna Fox, even though their publisher provided plot descriptions are almost identical What it is similar to is the infamous bestseller Hush, Hush, but it is just a tad less offensive So, if you are a fan of that novel, The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is your next natural reading choice.I ll attempt to refrain from exce

  3. says:

    1.5 stars Welcome to yet another teen romance masquerading as a paranormal novel If you re like me, you ve been salivating to read this book for months because of the breathtaking cover and of course, the premise of a girl waking up in a hospital with no memory of how her friends were killed is pretty intriguing I m sorry to say, however, that the maddening phenomenon I m calling cover fraud strikes again, since this is another book whose in

  4. says:

    After feeling this was a 3 Star read based on content that I had a 5 Star time reading, I decided to meet in the middle with a 4 Star Rating Just go with it. All you Mara Dyer haters out there, I get it, there are all the same issues here that people had with Twilight and all the other hyped teen paranormal books of the era I found them too, but I was prepared going in I didn t pick this up until after everyone else had already read it so I knew tha

  5. says:

    HmmWhere do I even start with this book I guess I should start by saying The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer and I have this awkward love hate relationship If this book were a person, it d be the boyfriend I sometimes had fun with, but never wanted to take with me in public because I knew he would do something stupid and embarrass the hell outta me For majority of the first half of the book, I wanted to stomp it into the ground with my pair of patent leather pumps

  6. says:

    This is THE best book I ve ever read I don t rate my books one star to five stars I rate my books one star to The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer People always want to know what my absolute hands down favorite book is And it s funny because when they ask, they always give me that good minute long silence for me to think it over But I never need a minute And I probably never will.This is my favorite book.This book is my trump card whenever my friends and I are talking about

  7. says:

    What a strange book.So strange in fact that I don t know what to make of Mara Dyer.The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer is peculiar It s a paranormal story with scenes that border on illogical and highly infused with sometimes cringe worthy, sometimes heart stopping romance.BUT.It s also thrilling and hard to put down I kept my lights on, as recommended by Rachel Hawkins, and let me tell you that you ll want to do that, too.It won t scare you But it will raise goose bumps on your a

  8. says:

    But without my big mouth, no one would know that a seventeen year old who likes Death Cub for Cutie was responsible for the murders No one would know that somewhere out there is a B student with a body count And it s important that you know, so you re not next This book messed with my sanity It teased it, played with it and then tossed it aside and left me trying to gather my wits, something that felt like catching feathers in a tornado Impossible.I was very hesitant to start t

  9. says:

    You know when you read a book and you can stop rolling your eyes and think I m too old for this shit Well, that was me reading this book The premise was interesting A girl uses a ouija board with her friend She wakes up in the hospital not remembering how her best friend died Paranormal things start happening But there were so many bad YA tropes I just couldn t deal.Conversations that would never happen between teenagers come on nobody will quote a few sentences from Lolita just like that

  10. says:

    I truly have no idea where to even start I m sure if I just said Wow Wow Wow Wow Wow Wow over and over again that it would get my point across just fine, but that might be a little repetitive and inarticulate I m going to try to get my very gushing thoughts in order for you guys.When I opened the pages of The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer I had no idea what to expect The synopsis really doesn t give you much, and I like it that way The vague synopsis, the eerie cover, and the fantastic title really set

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