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    The Triplet’s Curse

    I really enjoyed the first book in The Triplet’s Curse series. For a debut novel this was a really good book. The characters were really great and interesting. The storyline flowed and made you want to keep reading to find out what was going to happen next. I really enjoyed Hope’s story and I cannot wait to read the other other two Triplet’s stories.
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    a very suspenseful YA urban fantasy, A+

    Hope has two identical sisters; she's a triplet. Unfortunately, a great evil has cursed the triplets and each will have a battle to face. If they don't win their battles, the curse indicates that a great evil will conquer the planet. Hope knows nothing about this until the triplets turn 16 and she starts having visions. A new guy, Bryce, arrives in town to explain the curse to her and train her, but is he ultimately trustworthy? That's just one of the things that will keep you in suspense as you read Marsha Black's captivating debut novel. Perhaps the thing that I loved most is that Hope and Bryce are very well-written characters. Hope is a down to earth, strong young woman and a protagonist that young women should be able to relate to accordingly. Meanwhile, Bryce is a strong character as well and one that teenage boys should relate to. Of course, great characters need a great story and Black certainly delivers one, the book becoming more and more captivating with the turn of each page. I'm normally a slower reader, but I had to read the second half of The Triplet's Curse in one sitting. I simply could not put it down. Now I'm dying for the next book to be released. Give this one a read you will be, too.

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