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"A thrilling, dark and deeply romantic read." ~ Refracted Light Young Adult Book Reviews
"THE best trilogy I have read EVER since The Hunger Games!" ~ Sharon Hughes
"The plot is very ALIAS and DARK ANGEL-like with X-MEN as its backdrop (awesome combo!)." ~ Sour Skittles Book Blog
"Kinrade's talent lies in weaving stories together, telling multiple points of view with clarity and precision while making you love her characters through their humanity and unwillingness to quit no matter what." ~Patti Larsen, Author
" These characters are ones that will dig into your heart so deeply that you'll find yourself sympathizing with each and every one of them. At times, you'll even root for the bad guys because of the unique circumstances they find themselves. I definitely recommend this series for reading. It's one you'll end up reading time and time again." ~ N. Medina
"I hope this trilogy will be made into movies, because I will make it a point to see all three of them! I'd love to see these beloved people come alive on the silver screen! As good as these books are, I don't think I'll have to wait that long for this to come true, either! Here's my parting advice: dive into these books -- you'll find it very hard to come back to reality, and, in fact, may not want to come back at all!" ~TwilightDreamLover
"I highly recommend you own the complete Forbidden Series and display it proudly on your bookcase. It is a story you won't mind reading over a half dozen times." ~ lilgracielou
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Reminiscent of X-Men, The Forbidden Trilogy introduces readers to seventeen-year-old Sam, a genius artist and student in a special school for children with paranormal powers. The students have been gathered and protected from a world that might threaten them. They learn to control and hide their powers, ready for emergence into the real world at eighteen. But darker themes appear as readers see Sam sent on another Rent-A-Kid spying mission for the owners of the school. Dreams of studying art at …
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