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Sacrificed Sixteen year old Kass Stathos has it all She s pretty they say She s popular they say She has doting parents Her boyfriend is the star quarterback Her high school experience should be picture perfect

  • Title: Sacrificed
  • Author: Nykki Mills
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 450
  • Format: ebook
  • Sixteen year old Kass Stathos has it all She s pretty they say She s popular they say She has doting parents Her boyfriend is the star quarterback Her high school experience should be picture perfect There s just one thing missing Her ability to feel fear For as long as Kass can remember she s never felt the sensation of fear At least that was true until the littleSixteen year old Kass Stathos has it all She s pretty they say She s popular they say She has doting parents Her boyfriend is the star quarterback Her high school experience should be picture perfect There s just one thing missing Her ability to feel fear For as long as Kass can remember she s never felt the sensation of fear At least that was true until the little girl showed up No one else sees her She wants to show Kass things, disturbing things, and she won t stop until she does Kass perfect life starts to crumble around her Until someone long forgotten crashes back into her life Ian was sent away after his mother s tragic suicide He s the only one who believes Kass wild stories and he s always there when she needs him But could there be to Ian s return than what he s sharing When the haunting turns violent Kass knows she s running out of time In the search for figure out who the girl is, and how she s connected to her, Kass uncovers secrets she could have never been prepared for Secrets hidden behind the mirage of a perfect life Secrets that could shatter everything she has ever known

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    One thought on “Sacrificed

    1. Abbie on said:

      An okay read overall, but there were quite a few bits that bored me slightly, so I didn't love it.

    2. Danae on said:

      I don't normally read in this genre, or YA fiction in particular, but I really loved this book. It's funny, creepy, and keeps you guessing. Kass is a great character and every other character in the book is so interesting that even they could have a book all about them. The story is emotional and serious, but still manages to have a lot of humor. This was one of the only books I have ever read that I laughed, cried, and got scared. Don't pass this one up!

    3. Staci Hart on said:

      Oh how I love Ian! Good lord, that boy.Great premise for this debut novel. Kass is an 'every girl,' just trying to get through high school, trying to figure herself out. Until she is haunted, and then? Well, then she has bigger things to worry about than Homecoming.The storyline is engaging and innovative, great YA debut!

    4. Sarah Fischer on said:

      Recently, the ya, young adult, genre has been taking over book clubs all over the world. What draws people to the most awkward period of life, I’ll never know. But for some reason, I cant look away either.In Sacrificed by Nykki Mills, Kass is a sixteen year old girl who by literature standards, is pretty normal. She has two loving adoptive parents, lots of superficial friends, and a horny boyfriend. However, she doesn’t really feel fear. That is until some very creepy things start happening. [...]

    5. Diana Ames on said:

      How many of us have memories before we're five? Not many, I'd bet. And even the vague flashes are probably more from hearing stories of our childhood than actual memories. What if what you don't remember haunts you and threatens to steal not only your sanity but your life?This book is classified as young adult, but I really wouldn't recommend it for anyone under 16 unless they're very mature and have nerves of steel. There is no graphic sex and the language is a fit for teens, but certain subjec [...]

    6. Theresa Needham fehse on said:

      free book for honest review. juliesbookreviewKass is a 16 and living life like any other teenager. She is a cheerleader and dating Chance, the star quarter back. Can't get any better than that ! Kass will be turning 17 soon and looking forward to a big party. Kass has 2 supportive, adopted parents. They love her more than life itself. They want nothing but for her to be happy and keeping her protected . . . . . . from what ?? from who ?? During a game she spots a scary blue eyed man, not just an [...]

    7. Eating Between on said:

      Let me start off by giving you guys a very fair warning- DO NOT READ THIS ALONE AFTER DARK! i made this mistake and I should add that I live right next to a marsh that already creeps me out. Cut to me making my poor Grandmother check my windows because I thought I heard something…. Yes that really happened….Kass has always felt like there was something wrong or missing. Sure she was a cheerleader and dating the star quarterback of the football team. Sure her parents spoil her. Sure she was o [...]

    8. SB Morales on said:

      I enjoyed the plot line of this story. It got my attention right from the beginning and held my attention throughout. I wish that the uncovering of the mystery began earlier in the book and was more of the focus of the book. For me the romance aspect of the story didn't need to be an important part of the story. I liked her flashbacks and memory recovery scenes. It gave just enough for you to speculate without giving anything away. I'm hoping that Mills releases a sequel, because I am very inter [...]

    9. Wanda Hartzenberg on said:

      CoverBrilliant! Would pick it up in a shop in a heart beat!GenreYA with a fresh twist!Plot The strange little girl was totally freaky and a wee bit scary! Editing and formatWell done, nothing to distract from the bookCharactersLoved Ian. Truly a worthy swoon worthy protagonist. So since I loved most aspects of the book who only a 3 star? Cause I KNOW I WILL LOVE book 2 even more and I cannot show a growing appreciation for the authors growth if I give it a 4 or 5 now! WaAr

    10. Michelle Hillstrom on said:

      I thoroughly enjoyed this book. The characters felt real and even reminded me of some people I knew in high school. The storyline kept me hooked with the scary bits causing my heart to bit faster and the romance causing me to "Aaww." The only downside for me was that the book needs proofreading as there were many spelling errors, incorrect and missing words. But it didn't necessarily detract from my enjoyment of the book.

    11. Rebecca Vradenburgh on said:

      I loved Sacrifice, and recommend you read it. I was on the edge after a few pages. I felt each of the characters come to life as I was drawn into Kass's nightmare. The strange, yet painfully familiar, little girl who beckons her to place filled with evil. will keep you riveted to the last page.

    12. Vanessa Marie on said:

      I couldn't put it down and finished it in two days. Kass is the all american girl, until she finds out she's not and her life gets turned upside down. I love the layers of the story and how unexpected twists kept me on my toes. I really enjoyed reading this and was left reeling once it was over.

    13. Malinda on said:

      I was instantly captivated and awake all night just to finish it! I did not want to put it down! The story and characters were well written and easily related too! Kass is very likable character. Over all this was an amazing YA story! I hope those who read it like it as much as I did!

    14. Patty Johnson on said:

      MUST READ!! The author makes you crawl into the book. Great story line, couldn't put it down! Can't wait for her next one. Would have been just as good without the profanity.

    15. Lee Ann on said:

      This book kept me on the edge of my seat! I love the way the storyline built up, an absolute MUST READ!

    16. Jo on said:

      This story has a decent fear quotient. There is the expected teenage angst, boyfriend issues, and general relationship dramas that are the centre of every teen's world. We've all been there. We all know how all encompassing it is at that age.But then, there is the twist. And what a twist. The paranormal horror element grows steadily throughout the tale until its ultimate climax. It fits seamlessly into the narrative and adds a spooky depth to the tale.The characters felt realistic to me, and the [...]

    17. Samaris Creech on said:

      I received a gift copy of this book in exchange for an honest review. Imagine living your whole life not knowing what it meant to fear anything. Not because you didn’t try to but because you were simply unable to ever feel that particular emotion. This is how Kass has lived her entire life. Never fearing anything when out of the blue something changes and that is the ONLY emotion she seems to be able to feel. Strange things start to happen to Kass and she starts to fear that she is losing her [...]

    18. Cassandra Fear on said:

      This bookwhat else is there to say other than it is amazing! I read Cursed by Nykki Mills first and fell in love with it, so in a way this was like a prequel of that. I really enjoyed learning about Ian and Kass' relationship. There was so much ghostly happenings that I was quite scared reading late at night, but in a good way. Mills has a way of creating so much fear and tension with her words that you just have to keep reading. I'm not going to spoil the plot at all here, but if you haven't fi [...]

    19. Faith Lowery on said:

      **SPOILER FREE ZONE**This book was pure gold. I devoured in just a few hours & could not put it down. It was rich, raw & gritty with an undertone of danger and terror. All that said - it is perfect. It also deserves more than this "at-a-glance" book review. Stay tuned! The actual review is still to come.

    20. Michelle Escamilla on said:

      I started this amazing book at night and have to admit that I had to put it down not because it was bad or anything - cause it was intense really scared me (yes, I believe in ghosts and yes I'm a chicken). I did pick it right up the next morning and couldn't put it down. I really enjoyed the intensity and the characters in this book. I truly recommend this book!

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