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Saturday, July 6, 2013

Imogen Howson



Elissa used to have it all: looks, popularity, and a bright future. But for the last three years, she’s been struggling with terrifying visions, phantom pains, and mysterious bruises that appear out of nowhere. 

Finally, she’s promised a cure: minor surgery to burn out the overactive area of her brain. But on the eve of the procedure, she discovers the shocking truth behind her hallucinations: she’s been seeing the world through another girl’s eyes. 

Elissa follows her visions, and finds a battered, broken girl on the run. A girl—Lin—who looks exactly like Elissa, down to the matching bruises. The twin sister she never knew existed. 

Now, Elissa and Lin are on the run from a government who will stop at nothing to reclaim Lin and protect the dangerous secrets she could expose—secrets that would shake the very foundation of their world. 

Riveting, thought-provoking and utterly compelling, Linked will make you question what it really means to be human.


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  1. Ehm, not many, since I'm a picky reader, but it would probably be one of my local book, called Goodbye Happiness (Or at least, the only one I can remember, since I'm pretty sure I've read some strange book years ago :D)
    It's a romance, with a K-Pop elements, and Korean setting, and then we got this PeterPan and Tinkerbell concept, and I'm like "Where's the connection between all of them?"
    Any way, thanks for the giveaway!

  1. CK said...:

    So far, it's the Daughter of Smoke and Bone.

  1. I won this book on Goodreads called "Solip" by Ken Baumann and it's a pretty strange and weird book. Very different than something I would read.

  1. Ruthsic said...:

    Genesis by Bernard Beckett

  1. Eveline V said...:

    Uhm, I guess from the YA books Oath of Servitude by CJ Wilson. It's about pixies:)

  1. Isabel C said...:

    Definitely Lord of the Flies. *Shivers*

  1. Zara said...:

    Same here Lord of Flies:)
    disgusting creepy and definitely the stuff of nightmares

  1. bn100 said...:

    animal farm

  1. Most definitely A Room of One's Own by Virginia Woolf. Single sentences that are half a page long just don't work for me. I could not get into her flow at all. Hardest book I ever had to read for school.

  1. Has to be CLOUD ATLAS by David Mitchell.

  1. Veronica Vasquez said...:

    "Wake" by Lisa McMann

  1. books4me said...:

    Alice in Wonderland!


  1. I like reading a bit of non-fiction from time to time because I like to fill my head with really useless information but anyway... The strangest book I have ever read (I dont remember the name) but it was all about the strangest experiments ever performed like the two headed dog experiment (it lived) and trying to bring people back to life with electricity... yah good stuff :D

  1. Gerald's Game by Stephen King. Really, anything by Stephen King is bound to be strange.

  1. Berenice said...:

    Dante Valentine: The Complete Series (Dante Valentine #1 to 5) by Lilith Saintcrow.

  1. Tammy said...:

    LJ Smith's Vampire Diaries got weird at some point.

  1. Klone & I (or something, I don't remember) by Danielle Steel. And it wasn't the good kind of strange either. It was just plain strange and disturbing.

  1. erin said...:

    Grapes of Wrath :)

  1. Oedipus Rex by Sophocles.

  1. Goosebumps... My son wanted me to read it with him. Lol

  1. Amber Hsu said...:

    Strangest book? Probably Lord Loss by Darren Shan for me... seriously creeped me out...

  1. This is a hard one.
    I guess it would be The Memory of After by Lenore Appelhans. It was so weird (and original) and at times really confusing. So it was really weird and strange.

  1. Rain Jeys said...:

    Anthem by Ayn Rand. Usually strange is good, but I wasn't a fan of that one.

  1. Flowers in The Attic freaked me out so much!

  1. Brynna said...:

    Strangest? I really have no idea... I've never really read a book where I thought, "Wow, this is weird." I'm reading Pantomime by Laura Lam, which is kinda strange.

  1. meryvamp said...:

    Blood Roots by Richie Cusick and Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark by Alvin Schwartz. Scary Stories used to scare the hell out of me, mostly because of the creepy illustrations in the book.

  1. The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo Trilogy. Talk about twisted....

  1. Chantelle said...:

    Strangest... maybe Forbidden because I was rooting for a couple that were brother and sister

  1. Arielle said...:

    Lolita I guess?

  1. Natasha W said...:

    I think it would crime and punishment by Fyodor Dostoyevsky. It was required reading for my high school AP English class but at the same time it was one of my favorite school required reads. :)

  1. Anubha said...:

    none uptill now :)

  1. I don't know what it's called but it turned out this girl had multiple personalities. I never saw it coming!

  1. Ileana A. said...:

    I don't remember the name -Sleeping beauty or something like that- but it was one of Anne Rice!

  1. Becky N. said...:

    I would have to say 'Cloud Atlas' ~ by David Mitchell

    ~Becky☆.¸¸.•´¯`♥' //(*_*)\\

  1. The Unbecoming of Mara Dyer. Sooo strange and confusing.

  1. Probably Mr Fox by Helen Oyeyemi

  1. C. said...:

    Zombie Blondes by Brian James. I bought it cause it was cheap at Chapters. I skimmed it within a day and gave it away immediately XD.

  1. Daughter of bones and fume

    very strange but i like it..:)

  1. The Heros' guide to saving your kingdom.
    Or maybe Howl's moving castle, but that was a wonderful kind of strange. Same with Alice in wonderland.

  1. karin said...:

    Some hunger games parody,this book left me scarred :/

  1. Frances said...:

    Horns by Joe Hill, but it was strange in a really really good way!

  1. Sam said...:

    Honestly I can't think of a book as the strangest that I've read. Sure a lot of them are completely different from reality, but I think I've gotten used to these ideas because of how often they are used. Now when I read books they all seem pretty normal to me.

  1. Mr. Penumbra's 24-Hr Bookstore, Betwixt by Tara Bray Smith and Lucid by Adrienne Stoltz. All three good, but very strange.

  1. Jess L said...:

    I've never read this book but it sounds super interesting!