Wednesday 15 May 2013

Wishlist Wednesday #28

Wishlist Wednesday is a weekly book blog hop hosted by Dani at Pen to Paper where we will post about a book that has been on our wishlist for some time, or just added, that we can't wait to get off the wishlist and onto our bookshelves.
I love the sound of this book- a sci-fi dystopian novel just relesaed this year. I have read and loved The Ghost and the Goth by Stacey Kade, and I think this one sounds awesome too.

The Rules by Stacey Kade (Project Paper Doll, book 1)
Five simple rules. Ariane Tucker has followed them since the night she escaped from the genetics lab where she was created, the result of combining human and extraterrestrial DNA. Ariane’s survival—and that of her adoptive father—depends on her ability to blend in among the full-blooded humans in a small Wisconsin town, to hide in plain sight at her high school from those who seek to recover their lost (and expensive) “project.”

But when a cruel prank at school goes awry, it puts her in the path of Zane Bradshaw, the police chief’s son and someone who sees too much. Someone who really sees her. After years of trying to be invisible, Ariane finds the attention frightening—and utterly intoxicating. Suddenly, nothing is simple anymore, especially not the rules…

1. Never trust anyone.

2. Remember they are always searching.

3. Don’t get involved.

4. Keep your head down.

5. Don’t fall in love.

What do you think? Have you read it already? Send me a link to your review!


  1. YES! This one sounds absolutely amazing :D
    My WoW :)

  2. Oh, I loved this book! It really is great, I hope you get it :)

    My TTT

  3. Looks interesting - hope you get to enjoy it soon!
    Here's mine:

  4. I have seen this book around on a few blogs. It sounds really interesting. I hope you get it soon!
    Brittany @ Spare Time Book blog
    My WW:


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