Vesper (Google eBook)

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HarperCollins, Jan 25, 2011 - Juvenile Fiction - 320 pages
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Emily Webb is a geek.And she’s happy that way. Content hidingunder hoodies and curling up to watch oldhorror flicks, she’s never been the kind of girlwho sneaks out for midnight parties. Andshe’s definitely not the kind of girl who startsfights or flirts with other girls’ boyfriends.Until one night Emily finds herself doingexactly that . . . the same night one of herclassmates—also named Emily—is foundmysteriously murdered.

The thing is, Emily doesn’t know whyshe’s doing any of this. By day, she’s the sameold boring Emily, but by night, she turnsinto a thrill seeker. With every nightfall,Emily gets wilder until it’s no longer just herpersonality that changes. Her body can dothings it never could before: Emily is nowstrong, fast, and utterly fearless. And soonEmily realizes that she’s not just comingout of her shell . . . there’s something muchbigger going on. Is she bewitched by the soulof the other, murdered Emily? Or is EmilyWebb becoming something else entirely—something not human?

As Emily hunts for answers, she finds outthat she’s not the only one this is happeningto—some of her classmates are changingas well. Who is turning these teens intomonsters—and how many people will theykill to get what they want?

  

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Vesper' has a good idea and nice plot. - LibraryThing
The plot was boring and cliche. - LibraryThing
It was incredibly engaging and very easy to read. - LibraryThing
The writing style is fluid. - LibraryThing
Again, the plot and idea are great. - LibraryThing
The plot and the drama in the book was good. - LibraryThing

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User Review  - Emily_Anne - LibraryThing

Okay, I am sorry to say, this just wasn't my book. Terrible characters, cliche plot, forced dialogue, and a setting that was totally one dimensional made Vesper a fail. Some paranormal fans may find ... Read full review

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User Review  - MVTheBookBabe - LibraryThing

Due to copy and paste, formatting has been lost. When I started this one, I had no idea what to expect. I kept hearing that it was good from various people, so I thought that I would check it out. But ... Read full review

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Contents

Cover Title Page Chapter 1 Youre Not Going All Jekyll and Hyde Are You?
I Mean It Could Have Been
Big Ol Fatty Hambeast
What am
The Bubonic Teutonics
Em Cee and Em
Sounds Like a Plan
Thanks for the
Call Me Miss Webb
Not
When Will It Be
Communist Herrings Huh?
The Wolves Must
But First Some Clothes
Nice to Meet You Emily Webb
GrownUp

There Has to Be a Logical Explanation
I Heard What You Did
The Emily and Megan Milkshake Spectacular
Acknowledgments Copyright About the Publisher
Copyright

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About the author (2011)

Jeff Sampson is the author of the first two books in the Deviants series, Vesper and Havoc. He is also a pop-culture fanatic with an abiding love of TV and movies, much like his main character, Emily. Jeff lives in Seattle, Washington.

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