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THE NINE LIVES OF CHLOE KING

The Nine Lives of Chloe king:

The Fallen; the stolen, the chosen

 

By Liz Braswell

 

784 pages

 

Publisher: Simon Pulse

 

ISBN-10: 1442435704

ISBN-13: 978-1442435704

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THE FALLEN

The Nine Lives of Chloe king:

The Fallen

 

By Liz Braswell

 

 

Publisher: Simon Pulse

 

ISBN-10: 1442441348

ISBN-13: 978-1442441347

about the fallen

 

Chloe King is a normal girl. She goes to class (most of the time), fights with her mom, and crushes on a boy…or two. But around her sixteenth birthday, Chloe finds that perhaps she isn’t so normal after all. There’s the heightened night vision, the super fast reflexes – oh, and the claws.

As she discovers who she is – and where she comes from – it is clear she is not alone. And someone is trying to get her.

Chloe has nine lives. But will nine be enough?

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THE STOLEN

The Nine Lives of Chloe king:

The Stolen

 

By Celia Thomson

 

 

Publisher: Simon Pulse

 

ISBN-10: 0689866593

ISBN-13: 978-0689866593

about the stolen

 

She argues with her mother. She occasionally skips class. And she alternately crushes on two totally different boys.


But Chloe King is by no means your typical teenager. The girl can scale buildings and see in the dark. Sometimes, at night, she even likes to leap from rooftop to rooftop. Yes, Chloe has the instincts and ability of a cat. And that makes her unique indeed.


It also makes her a wanted woman.


Because the Order of the Tenth Blade does not deal kindly with people like Chloe. It stalks them. Preys upon them. And wants many of them -- like Chloe, for instance -- dead.

THE CHOSEN

The Nine Lives of Chloe king:

The chosen

 

By Celia Thomson

 

 

Publisher: Simon Pulse

 

ISBN-10: 0689866607

ISBN-13: 978-0689866609

about the chosen

 

Despite a rocky few weeks, Chloe King is starting to get it. She's figured out who she is (a girl with catlike superpowers), where she belongs (at home with Mom), and what she wants to do (chill with her friends).

Yes, she's got funky superpowers, and yes, two rival groups think she's some "chosen" leader. But no, she's not buying all that ancient-warrior crap. And she's definitely not developing a superhero alter ego like in those old comic books. For Chloe, being the One means she can have whatever she wants -- i.e., more goof-off time and fewer "cat people" conventions.

Then she finds her friend bleeding in an alley. All at once Chloe realizes that the years of bloodshed are not over. In fact, they never will be. The Mai and the Tenth Blade are going to persist in their dangerous rivalry. Unless Chloe accepts her destiny -- and takes control.