ePub Need download

by Carrie Jones

ePub Need download
Carrie Jones
Bloomsbury USA Childrens; Reprint edition (December 1, 2009)
Growing Up & Facts of Life
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New York, Berlin, London. Also by Carrie Jones. To Doug Jones and Emily Ciciotte and William Rice-yes, you, William-for doing everything you could to help me succeed.

New York, Berlin, London. I need you all. Phobophobia. Everybody has fears, right? I’m into that. I collect fears like other people collect stamps, which makes me sound like more of a freak than I actually am.

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Carrie Jones is an American author, known for her work in young adult fiction. She has written both fantasy and non-fantasy novels, including the paranormal series Need. Jones has received multiple awards and appeared on the New York Times Best Seller list. Carrie Jones was raised in Bedford, New Hampshire. She moved to Lewiston, Maine to attend Bates College.

Pain shoots through my head. In this creepy, compelling breakout novel, Carrie Jones delivers romance, suspense, and a creature you never thought you'd have to fear. 1 091. Published: 2008. Zara and Nick are soul mates, meant to be together for ever. But that's not quite how things have worked out.

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Little wonder, since she's had a pretty rough life.

Zara collects phobias the way other high school girls collect facebook friends. Little wonder, since she's had a pretty rough life. Her father left when she was a baby, and her stepfather just died. Her mother's pretty much checked out - in fact, Mom's sent her to live with her grandmother in cold and sleepy Maine to "keep Zara safe." Whatever that means. Zara doesn't think she's in danger; she thinks her mother just can't deal.

Zara's wrong. The man she sees everywhere - the tall creepy guy who points at her from the side of the road - yeh, he's not a figment of her imagination. He's a pixie. And not the cute, sweet kind with little wings. Maine's got a whole assortment of unbelievable creatures, like pixies and were-people. And they seem to need something - something from Zara...

  • I read Need a couple years ago and decided to read it again because I couldn’t remember it. I guess there was a reason why I couldn’t remember it.

    The writing is very choppy, there are a lot of single word “sentences”. Sometimes it reads more like notes then an actual book. Details are a bit iffy, somethings are very well described while other times the details are extremely vague. I find that some of the highly detailed scenes could have done with less and then some of the more important scenes could have been expanded on. Transitions between scenes could also use some work.

    The characters are not very likeable. Zara is all over the place. She is all about being kind, helping others, standing up for human rights; then she makes snarky or sarcastic comments, grabs a girl by the arm, and then in the end she makes the decision to trap the pixies, knowing they will fight and kill each other. She does this to rescue her mother from the pixie king. Zara even comments that the pixie king can change his nature and not attack boys and do without claiming his queen, that it’s called being a martyr. However, the one thing that could bring control back to the pixie king and stop the attacks would be to reunite him with his mate, Zara’s mother. I just find it funny that Zara wants the king to change his nature, but in all actuality her mom could just be the martyr and save everyone. I guess it would only be right if the outcome was exactly what Zara wants, she expects others to change their nature so she can keep her mother.

    Nick is a character with a hero complex. Some of the things he does comes off as controlling and borderline abusive. He grabs Zara’s arm several times in the book before easing his grip. Throughout the book he also comes across as arrogant and cocky.

    Grams, Issie, and Devyn are the three most likable characters. They are the most real characters in my opinion. Their reactions to situations seem the most reasonable.

    Overall, the writing is average, storyline is just ok, and the main characters are not memorable or likable. I would honestly choose the pixie king over Zara.

  • Need by Carrie Jones was intriguing it kept me wondering who was actually there to help and who was out for their own agenda. That is what kept the pages turning. You knew everyone was hiding something from the start and Jones kept your wheels turning until the very end. I first picked up the sample to decide if I wanted to invest time and money into this and though the sample did leave me with a sense of wanting to know if I had all the characters figured out it was a tad slow and took some time to pick up any speed and then it did it cruised at a low intensity. Need is a decent read with lovable characters but does leave you feeling like you wanted a little more. I am on the fence about buying the next book because the ending left you with a few question but not enough to think there would be a whole other book. I gave it 4/5 stars it was an intriguing enough stories with enough characters secrets to keep you going.

    Meet Zara her biological father left when she was a baby, she just lost her step-father, she collects phobias to deal with her fears, her mother has checked out since the death of her step father and has sent Zara off from warm Charleston to bitter cold Bedford, Maine that has is hiding a big secret. Zara has been seeing this tall creepy guy who points at her. She saw him when her father died, she saw him in Charleston and now he's followed her here to Maine. Go read Need by Carrie Jones and see what actually going on in the sleepy town of Bedford Maine. There is more to is residents than meets the eye and they seem to be in need of something only Zara can help them acquire.

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  • When Need begins, we meet Zara, a high schooler, who is having a hard time coping with the death of her father. When her mom sends her to live up in Maine, Zara just doesn't understand. It's like her mother abandoned her. As she deals with being the new kid in school, she makes friends and enemies very quickly and why is there a man pointing at her and showing up where she is? What does he want with her? When she learns the pointing man is a pixie, it all seems to be a bit too much, but Zara soon learns that pixies are not the only non-human creature living in her Maine neighborhood. Who can she rely on when the truth comes out?

    I appreciated that this book has a different take on the high school female dealing with different groups of fantasy beings. It added to the enjoyment of the book overall. I won't divulge what the twist is, though, I'll leave that to you to read and discover.

    Reeling from the death of her father, Zara, was a believable character, transforming from the sorrow-stricken teen to a strong protagonist as she comes into her own. Her friends and classmates run the gamut of what you would expect to find in high school, and her closest friends are wonderfully described. I wanted to be friends with them too.

    Need was an enjoyable, quick read. I finished it within a day.

    *Review abridged from my book review blog*