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I found her to be totally relatable and believable. I continue to cross my fingers in hopes this trend will pass and authors will only be signed to produce one book at a time. Who can she really trust when friends and foes look so much alike In White Chicks, conndena the fake Wilson sisters and their friends against the spoiled heiresses who are willing to sleep their way onto the catwalk.

I don’t know, it was just too lame. Archer is still far away from my head. Sophie gex one of the most funny characters I read about. Preview — Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins. Rachel Hawkins is a queen, when it comes to these terms! Because I love this song and it is perfect for seducing unsuspecting warlocks in a basement this book…. We also get the hate-love plot as a bonus and things happens Three years ago, Sophie Mercer discovered that she was a witch.

Conena becomes best friends with her roommates, Della the vampire and Miranda the witch, and finds herself between two boys that have clearly stolen her heart, while trying to figure out how she is special. The secondary characters were also pretty great. I love that girl! Codena who wish their detentions had been that fun… mmmhmmm. Seriously, what is it with authors and their nasty endings?

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Witchy Woman by Eagles Angst Level. I probably should get some food.

Hex Hall 1. Condena

However, when Anna was attacked, Archer was dancing with Sophie at the ball. How could I not love a lesbian friend in a mainstream YA novel Sophie was just trying to cast a love spell that would make the quarterback ditch his cheer captain date and take the most unpopular girl at school from zero to hero.

The point is, however, that it was marvelous. I was like “WHOA! Dec 07, Rachel E. May 11, Emily May rated it really liked it Shelves: It was basically the supernatural version of mean girls if they had been at a boarding school and I loved it.

Learn more about Amazon Prime. I’m actually more interested in Cal Other books in the series. I’ve read Rebel Belle this year, fell in love and now it is one of my absolute favourites of this year. Elodie [his girlfriend] is stupid and dull.

Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. She’s witty, hilarious and sarcastic at its best.

Hex Hall (Hex Hall, #1) by Rachel Hawkins

So I thought I was snookered. I’ve wanted to be a witch forever. Overall this book is good if you are looking for: The pace dragged at the beginning and the excitement came too little too late for my tastes. YA now is hal, college you, all grown-up and cringing at the occasional photo of your tween self that pops up on Facebook. That was until the end when he suddenly got much more interesting. The narration and dialogue are delightful and easy to read.


The witchy battles are pretty cool, there’s good build-up of the mystique behind the school and behind Sophie’s past and powers, hakl the author does a nice job with creating a variety of different characters with distinctive voices. They looked amazing in the fugly gym uniforms. That would have been cool. jex

It wasn’t spooky enough, or dangerous enough View all 8 comments. On her first day, meets lesbian roommate and hottest boy in school. Very cute book, I enjoyed gall Girl doesn’t want to be here.

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The writing is a more inane version of Meg Cabot ‘s style, filled with cutesy internal monologues and pop culture references. Hex Hall by Rachel Hawkins. Of course, there’s a lot of dead teenagers flying around so it’s a weird mix of older, more mature themes and fairly immature writing.

So, normally I had to read something else by this amazing author. Lovers of paranormal boarding-school romances and mean girl sagas. And Archer is such an adorable boy to crush on even if that makes me a touch pervy.