The Hidden by Jessica Verday – The heart-stopping conclusion to the New York Times bestselling trilogy that L.J. Smith calls “spectacular!”Abbey knows that. The Hidden by Jessica Verday – A love that knows no bounds Abbey knows that Caspian is her destiny. Theirs is a bond that transcends even death. But as. The Haunted by Jessica Verday – An impossible truth. An impossible love. After a summer spent reclaiming her sanity and trying to forget the boy she fell in love.

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The same boy that must not exist, cannot exist I’m not suggesting that we burn books with suicide, but this book was really pushing it. When Abbey, the heroine, was around Caspian, or even Ben, it thr cliched and she lost her usual sarcastic spunk that I grew to love in the first book.

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It was as brilliant, engaging and colourful as a pantomime; I almost felt like booing when Vincent came on the scene! During the night, waking from bad dreams, Abbey goes to find Caspian at the Cemetery but is attacked by Vincent, he can also see Caspian and tells her he is a Revenant. Abbey has matured alot and her kind and down to earth nature as easy to connect with.

They told her she was Caspian’s other half, his hiddenn half. Jessica has did it again. Want to Read saving…. Not that it was poorly written – not one part of this book is – but that it all happened so fast and felt hiddrn it was rushed.


Her ugh, dress shopping and ugh, school dance attitude reminded evrday of one Bella Swan. Sep 25, Jewel added it Shelves: Thanks for telling us about the problem.

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I cant get over how well written the story and the characters were. But like Abbey said, she lost but also gained.

She will be going home to Caspian at midnight. This is the best book in the trilogy. Just when things start taking off with Hidxen and getting back into the perfume creations, Caspian returns to Abbey. I can’t wait to read the next book to find out what happens in November, and what Abbey’s fate is. This series is so unique and original. It captivated me as much as the first book.

I might read the third one, but This was the shortest book in the trilogy and it definitely felt rushed, not to mention completely insane. They only way she can think to make her parents let her go she tells them she is going to see a college there and she wants to go alone, but they want jesslca to go with a friend. Then with hidven third one you wonder what will become of Caspian and Abbey. Subjecting your parents and no doubt your best friend to the pain YOU ihdden when she “died”?

There were also some weird twists in the plot, by that I mean they were unexpected but in a decent way. I enjoyed how the romance between Caspian and Abbey developed. Anyway, I don’t regret reading the series. Since they are teens, there was the whole teen drama thing, but the author kept that tightly re Ghost stories hiden are not my thing.

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I can’t believe I read this book all in less than 8 hours. I cant get I cant wait for this book to come out. She throws herself into her schoolwork, her perfume verdwy, and her friendship with Ben, her cute and funny lab partner, who just might be her ticket to getting over Caspian once and for all.


The starts breaking her perfume bottles and then breaks the entire cabinet her parents fixed for the perfumes and she is screaming at him. Holiday Hacks By Keith Bradford. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Caspian was kind, loving and respectful toward Abbey, but still boyish enough to be fun.

Her parents seem to go out of their way to make her happy and give her all this amazing stuff yet she’s willing to give up a happy, long life with her parents just to die to be with her dead boyfriend? Jessica Verday, I am not sorry that I hated this book.

Her perfume making wasn’t really as important or written about in this story, weirdly enough given the cover art. What a perfect ending to an amazing trilogy, I couldn’t have asked for anything more. They begin to see and hangout more they are so cute together. She realizes how much she loves him but how she isn’t ready to die. The plot is deeper, with a focus on whether Caspian is real or if Abbey is losing her mind because of the stress of her best friend’s death.

And can anyone keep her safe from the rogue revenant Vincent, who attacked her previously?