Deadly Little Games

Deadly Little Games

A Touch Novel

Book - 2010
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Before Camelia and Ben can fully grasp the powerful bond brought about by their psychometry, an unresolved family tragedy resurfaces in Camelia's life, irrevocably changing everything she cares about.
Publisher: New York : Hyperion, c2010.
Edition: First edition
ISBN: 9781423131601
1423131606
9781423134961
Branch Call Number: FIC Stola
Characteristics: 297 pages : illustrations

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Doodles18 May 30, 2014

this is my second time reading through the series. I love the suspense and I love the books. Knowing me, I'll probably read the books for a 3rd/4th time too. Once I find a book/books that I love, I stick with them.

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Sassafrasy
Jun 21, 2013

I liked this book because the first two were just about someone stalking her, but this one they change it up a little.

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Maymuuna
Aug 12, 2012

If you love mystery and suspense and just the right amount of paranormal then this book is for you!

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FWYF
Aug 26, 2011

I agree with Drpepper4ever. In book three, it IS getting repetitive with the stalking and Ben's moodiness. You can sometimes predict what might happen next in the book. The ending wasn't exactly what I had expected, and I'm not really happy with how things with Camelia and Ben had ended... I'm not saying that this book was terrible and not worth reading - it actually was worth reading, and it had some pretty intense and touching parts that make you want to tear up and/or say "awww". Just hoping that book four will be more exciting, and less repetitive. Can't wait until it comes out!

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poetrymiss
Jul 31, 2011

i totally agree with Drpepper4ever except the pattern im sensing is that ben always ends up leaving in all the books which is getting old. I just think that maybe camelia should go out with someone NORMAL like adam sorta. Anywho i still cant wait until the next novel.I hope there isnt another stalker in this one.

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Drpepper4ever
Jul 15, 2011

All the stories just seem to repeat themselves. I enjoyed the crossword puzzles and I'd like to see how the situation between her and Aunt Alexia goes down. However, I am getting tired of Ben's moodiness, and as the reviewer before me stated, I'm liking Adam much better. I don't mind Wes and Kimmie, they aren't extremely deep characters but are necessary for Camelia's character I suppose.
Of course, I'll continue reading the next novel, but just cut the stalker stuff. It was old last time and I can't take one more novel revolving around a stalker.
I hope the next novel is an improvement upon the last two. I hope they elaborate more on her Aunt's conflict, as that was the only intrigue I really felt from the novel.

Ben's angst is annoying me, that's my biggest issue. I read it a while after DLL and in this novel, there was not much romance at all. Not enough tender moments between Camelia and Ben that kept the audience convinced she should keep him over Adam.

So, basically, not feeling the love, but willing to give it ONE MORE shot. :)

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annababyy
Jun 07, 2011

I really enjoyed the first two books in this series, but this one was somewhat of a let down. I'm no longer as in love with Ben as I was and Adam is starting to look better and better. Also, the mystery and intrigue in Deadly Little Games has gone down a notch. I was able to easily predict the "game player" and was not as surprised with the ending as I have been.

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JC_artist
May 08, 2011

I literally plowed through this book. Waiting impatiently for the 4th books, "Deadly Little Voices".

musickluver21 Mar 20, 2011

I love the series but I did not really like this book.

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sunflowerrr
Mar 11, 2011

This book was pretty good. It was the same idea as the other books though. It's kind of getting repetitive. It was still good though.

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Drpepper4ever
Jul 15, 2011

Drpepper4ever thinks this title is suitable for 12 years and over

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